The HarmonyOS 2.0 closed beta program will begin for the next 6 Huawei phones that are one of the popular choices for budget and mid-range consumers. The confirmation also begins the countdown to the final testing phase of the Huawei operating system.
Following the information, Huawei will start the eighth phase of HarmonyOS 2.0 closed beta for 6 phones in early October. HarmonyOS closed beta for 6 Huawei phones includes:
- Huawei Nova 3i
- Huawei Nova 2s
- Huawei Maimang 9
- Honor V9
- Honor Play
- Honor Note 10
After the official recruitment, the company will also reveal the rollout dates for HarmonyOS 2.0 on the respective phones that will come with key features and a new set of features.
These phones are popular and have created their audience in both the domestic and global markets. Nevertheless, the initial rollout will bring joy among device owners.
Recent Closed, Public, and Stable announcements:
Huawei has completed the seventh phase of HarmonyOS 2.0 closed beta for 10 Huawei phones including P10, P10 Plus, Mate 9, Mate 9 Pro, Mate 9 RS Porsche Design, Nova 3, Enjoy 9 Plus (Huawei Y9 2019), MediaPad M5 Pro 10.8 declare. MediaPad M5 10.8, MediaPad M5 8.4.
HarmonyOS 2.0 public beta added new faces – Huawei P20, P20 Pro, Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Design, Mate RS Porsche Design, Nova 4, Enjoy 10S, Enjoy 10 Plus, Honor 9X, 9X Pro, the 20S, 10, V10 and Play 4T Pro.
In addition to these two, Huawei also announced a batch of models that now moved on to the stable rollout. These are – Nova 5i, Nova 4e, Honor 30S, 30 Youth Edition, X10, X10 Max, Play4.
On June 2, Huawei announced a brand new mobile operating system for smartphone devices that comes with a new user interface and features that enhance the user experience for the consumer. At the event, Huawei unveiled a roadmap for shipping HarmonyOS 2.0 to mobile devices and it includes over 100 Huawei models including both phones and tablets.
The company has rolled out HarmonyOS 2.0 for almost all eligible Huawei phones listed so far and is moving quickly to end HarmonyOS 2.0 testing in China. However, the OS is yet to reach the global market and there is no confirmation as to when it will actually make its way to consumers.