Take a look at Harmony OS’s first batch of upgrade models

Huawei has previously announced that it will hold a press conference on June 2 to officially launch the Hongmeng OS system. At that time, it will also release a variety of products equipped with the Harmony OS. Of course, many old users are most concerned about whether their equipment can be upgraded to this system.

According to the details disclosed by the digital blogger, Huawei will announce the first batch of upgrades of the Hongmeng system at the June 2 press conference, and the archive will start on May 31, and the upgrade will be synchronized on June 2.

The upgrade time of each batch will be announced gradually. The first list includes eight models: Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, Mate 40 RS, Mate X2, Nova 8, Nova 8 Pro, and MatePad Pro. According to the blogger, Huawei’s model upgrade to Harmony will be faster in the future. Although there are more models, the official has made sufficient preparations.

Join Our Huawei & Honor Channel On Telegram

Huawei expects that by the end of 2021, the number of devices equipped with the Hongmeng operating system will reach 300 million, of which Huawei’s equipment will exceed 200 million, and the number of various terminal devices for third-party partners will exceed 100 million.

According to Huawei, Hongmeng OS was an operating system for the Internet of Things era at the beginning of the project. It provides a unified language for the intelligence, interconnection and collaboration of different devices. It can be used in mobile phones, cars, wearable devices, and TVs. And so on almost all hardware devices.


If you like our news and you want to see such news even further, then follow RealMi Central on Telegram (RealMi Central, Xiaomi, Apple, Realme, Samsung, Microsoft, OnePlus, Huawei/Honor, Android 12), Twitter, Facebook (Page) (Group) & Instagram.

Leave a Comment