Huawei and Honor old Users will Start Public Testing of HarmonyOS in July

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Huawei held the Hongmeng operating system and Huawei’s full-scene new product launch conference, and the long-awaited HarmonyOS 2 was officially released.

At the press conference, Huawei officially announced the HarmonyOS 2 upgrade “100” machine renewal list, including the Huawei Mate40 series, Mate X2, P40 series, Mate30 series, and MatePad Pro, and other equipment.

Today, according to a blogger, old Huawei and Honor users can upgrade the Hongmeng system in advance, one quarter faster than the announced plan. The blogger said that because of the smooth development, Huawei’s P30 series mobile phones and the Honor 30 and V30 series will start the Hongmeng system internal testing in June, and all the public testing of HarmonyOS will begin in July.

It is worth mentioning that the blogger also revealed that Huawei is expected to announce an early upgrade plan tomorrow. Earlier! It is revealed that Huawei and Honor’s old users will start public testing of HarmonyOS in July. It is understood that HarmonyOS 2 brings a brand-new UI interaction method, a large number of card-based designs, such as the unified control center, HarmonyOS desktop, etc., are simple to use and simple in the interface.

At the same time, the HarmonyOS 2 system also uses a large number of distributed technology, supports multi-camera mode, multi-device combined photography, mobile phones, tablets, watches, and even drones can all be interconnected.

In terms of performance, Huawei has made a lot of optimizations on the bottom layer of HarmonyOS 2, which has increased its performance by 42% while saving more power.

Read Also: Huawei officially Released HarmonyOS 2 and a Number of New Products

In addition, according to the laboratory data given by Huawei, on a device with a total capacity of 128GB, 36 months of use, and a remaining capacity of 5GB, HarmonyOS 2 can guarantee sequential read and write and random read and write speeds of only 4.5% and 0.9% respectively. , 3.4%, 4.8%, almost no impact on user experience.

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