Huawei is distributing a new mobile operating system that is not only a competitor to Android but will also power Huawei’s entire ecosystem of mobile, wearables, and smart home devices. This operating system was developed by Huawei to run on multiple devices.
According to the source, it was recently reported that Huawei has upgraded its 141 devices with HarmonyOS 2.0 software update in which 135 models are upgraded to the official version update including Huawei Mate 9 series and P10 series. Whereas 6 Huawei models are upgraded to public beta.
This is a considerable promotion by Huawei for consumers. Even if the same software upgrade is not launched for the global market, consumers are still under Chinese territory. The141 devices list includes almost all possible Huawei smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs that have been launched in the past. Therefore, this is huge progress made by Chinese technology manufacturers.
Let’s have a look at the list of 141 devices which includes smartphones, tablets, Smart TVs.
Huawei’s HarmonyOS 2.0 comes with a bunch of new features that make the device operations easier in all scenarios. It HarmonyOS feature includes a new user interface, intuitive UX that is so interactive and interesting for smartphone users compared to EMUI software based on Android.
How to Update:
- Open My Huawei App
- Upgrade Early Access
- Then View Now” or “My Huawei
- Tab on Service
- Quick Service
- Then Upgrade Early Access
- Open settings
- Then click on system and update
- Then software update
Note: Before updating take a backup of mobile data, your devices should have around 10G of internal storage space.