These are the first devices that will receive Harmony OS next mont


There is little left for the awaited date in April, as Huawei will finally release the first release of its new operating system Harmony OS 2.0, for millions of smartphone users around the world.

Harmony OS or Hongmeng OS in Chinese is the new multi-scenario operating system that Huawei develop to work on every device that exists, from wearables to smart TVs to IoT devices to PC and mobile smartphones.

Huawei It has already been announced that Harmony OS will come to smartphones too at its developer conference last year, It has also released two beta preview versions of the system for developers so far, and It had confirmed during the launch event of her foldable phone Mate X2 that the latter will be among the first devices that will receive the Harmony OS Next April.

Since then, rumors have continued about whom the smartphones and tablets will get Harmony in April too, and today we finally got the answer.
In a post on Weibo (a famous social network in China, it's like Twitter), Blogger Júchng yngyè Fans has published an image showing all the devices that will get the new Huawei system starting from next month, which are:

  • ‌Huawei Mate X2
  • ‌Huawei Mate 40
  • ‌Huawei Mate 40 Pro
  • ‌Huawei Mate 40 Pro+
  • ‌Huawei Mate 40 RS Porsche Design
  • ‌Huawei P40
  • ‌Huawei P40 Pro
  • ‌Huawei P40 Pro+

The picture also notices that Huawei will roll out Harmony OS 2.0  to the EMUI 11 and Magic UI 4 devices except Honor V40 For being released after the separation of Huawei from Honor.

Also, some of the company's other phones that only run EMUI 10.1 or Magic UI 3.1 like Huawei Nova 7 SE, Honor 30S, and Honor X10 will jump directly to Harmony OS without passing by EMUI 11 or Magic UI 4.

The image also confirmed that these devices will receive this update depending on the type of its processors, which means that Huawei may start by upgrading the flagship devices, then the mid-range, and then the budget ones.

Júchng yngyè Fans announced also that Huawei's smartphones that are powered by MediaTek (MTK) chips are not included in the company's plan to upgrade the new system, but this may change in the future depending on Huawei's desire.

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