With the launch of Harmonyos 2, Huawei currently has EMUI and Harmony OS on the phone side by side. Considering that the Harmony 2.0 upgrade covers early to Kirin 960 models, it’s not hard to see that Harmony will be the most important OS for Huawei in the future.
Does this mean that EMUI is on its deathbed?
Now here’s a surprise. The latest version of Huawei Computer Manager mentions the EMUI 12 system more than once.
One guess is that Huawei hasn’t given up on Android-based EMUI, after all, something might turn up in the future. There is also a view that Harmony has become an unstoppable trend, and EMUI 12 May be a clerical error in software development, but it is actually EMUI 11.
Considering EMUI’s official account has changed its name to Harmonyos, the second option seems more likely.
Currently, EMUI 11 is deeply built based on Android 10, while the major version of Android system has been pushed to Android 12, and the public Beta is open, and it is expected to become official in July.
Of course, time will tell.