Huawei has finally started pushing the first official version of HarmonyOS 2 to users after the end of public beta testing.
Eighteen Huawei models, including the Mate40 series, can already start getting the official HarmonyOS 2 update, Huawei announced Wednesday.
Huawei officially released HarmonyOS 2 on June 2, meaning it has finally become an official product for the market after a long period of testing.
The latest models to receive the official update include the Mate40, Mate40 Pro, Mate40 Pro+, Mate40 RS Porsche Design, Mate40E, Huawei folding screen phone MateX2, and Huawei P40 series, Mate30 series, and Huawei tablet MatePad Pro.
Huawei also announced the models that could participate in internal testing before Honor was sold, including 12 models：Honor V30 series, Honor 30 series, Honor Paly4 Pro, Honor 20 series, Honor V20 series, Honor Magic, and Honor Tablet V6.
According to Huawei's previous plan, 300 million devices are expected to be equipped with HarmonyOS by the end of 2021, including 200 million Huawei free devices.
HarmonyOS 2 has a cleaner interface, a smarter experience, support for new universal cards, and multiple combinations of multiple sizes, making it easy for users to create their own desktop style.
Huawei has previously stated that HarmonyOS 2 can continue to run smoothly for at least 36 months, and its graphics stack technology allows for a better gaming experience.
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