At the Huawei Pollen Annual Conference in January this year, the president of Huawei’s Consumer Business Software Department stated that 2021 is the first year of Hongmeng OS’s launch.
Currently, Huawei’s smart screen TVs are equipped with Hongmeng OS. Developers Also received the Hongmeng OS 2.0 push of the mobile phone. Wang Chenglu said that the Hongmeng system can be opened to third-party developers, and it is expected that Hongmeng OS will be officially equipped on Huawei mobile phones this year.
According to the news of digital blogger Changan Digital King, Huawei’s last EMUI version EMUI 11.1 is tentatively scheduled to go online in March, with the Harmony kernel as the kernel. After this version, EMUI may no longer develop new versions, and the follow-up will be relayed by the Huawei Hongmeng system.
The Hongmeng core carried by EMUI 11.1 should be regarded as a front stop for Hongmeng. Of course, the Hongmeng system and this are cross-cutting.
According to the news, Huawei Hongmeng OS mobile version is expected to have some internal test quotas at the end of February or early March.
According to the official website of Huawei Hongmeng, HarmonyOS is a distributed operating system for all scenarios in the Internet of Everything era.
Huawei hopes to work with equipment manufacturers and application developers to create a super terminal experience for the Internet of Everything era. In December 2020, Huawei released the HarmonyOS 2.0 mobile phone developer Beta version.
The Huawei P40, P40 Pro, Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro and MatePad Pro users are testing the HarmonyOS 2.0 developer Beta version.