Huawei MatePad Pro receiving HarmonyOS 2.0 beta update globally

Recently, Huawei has released the HarmonyOS 2.0 beta update for the Huawei MatePad Pro tablet running on the EMUI software versions. The company has already started HarmonyOS 2.0 beta testing in the overseas market for its tablet devices.


Huawei has recently dispatched the same update for the MatePad 10.4 tablet. To be mentioned, this beta update is only available to download for users, who have participated in the beta testing activity in the global market.

According to the new information the Huawei MatePad Pro HarmonyOS beta update is rolling out with build number and weighs 4.27 Gigabytes.

It brings brand new features to HarmonyOS that provide a completely new user experience over the EMUI versions. It brings a fresh user interface, Super device section in the control panel, new font adjustment functions, a smart folder, and much more.

If you are eligible to install the beta then check for updates manually by visiting settings >> system & updates. For more information, you can check the complete changelog below.

HarmonyOS 2.0 changelog:

Home-screen: Swiping up on the app icon generates a service widget, which can be resized dragged to a new location, or added to your custom home screen.

Control Panel: Swiping down from the upper-right edge of the screen takes you to Control Panel. Device Control access has been added to the shortcut switches panel so that you can control all of your devices with the same ease as navigating on your phone.

Smart Folder: HarmonyOS adds support for app categorization and management. By pressing down on a standard folder displays a large folder, which offers direct access to desired apps.

HarmoynOS Fonts: HarmonyOS brings support for step-free font Weight adjustments and adjusts the size of the font itself.

Seamless Performance: All operations, including touches and swipes, are smoother and more natural, with images and videos loading more quickly as well.

Task manager: Support task status saving infrequently used apps, meaning that even after you’ve switched to another app, you can pick up a previous task right from where you had left off.

App Guard: The App Guard mode is enabled by default, to ensure that all apps are subject to deep scans for malicious behavior, security vulnerabilities, privacy risks, and other related behaviors while being installed.

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