At the Huawei 2020 Developers Conference on September 10, the Huawei Hongmeng OS 2.0 system was officially unveiled. The Beta version of the mobile phone will be released in December 2020. Next year, Huawei smartphones will be fully upgraded to support Hongmeng 2.0.
Wang Chenglu, president of Huawei’s consumer BG software department, recently stated that Huawei plans to provide developers with a Beta version of the mobile phone version of Hongmeng 2.0 in December this year. Some mobile phone users will be open to upgrading the Hongmeng system in January and February next year. The initial upgrade will be verified for several months. After that, the upgrade was fully released.
According to the Weibo blogger, the Huawei Hongmeng OS adaptation process has been leaked. Kirin 9000 is the first batch; Kirin 990 5G is the second batch; Kirin 990 4G (part)/985/820 (part) is the third Batch; Kirin 820 (partial), 980, 990 4G (partial) is the fourth batch; Kirin 810, 710 (partial) the last batch.
Prior to this, Yu Chengdong also announced Hongmeng’s open-source roadmap: September 10 for memory 128KB-128MB terminal equipment open source, next April for memory 128MB-4GB terminal equipment open source, in October next year, fully open source for all devices above 4GB.
According to the news, the Huawei Mate40 series mobile phones will be released in mid-to-late October this year, equipped with Kirin 9000/9000e processors. In addition, Huawei tablets will also be equipped with Kirin 9000 chips.