On June 2, Huawei’s HarmonyOS 2.0 was officially released. According to Huawei’s official data, since HarmonyOS 2.0 started the upgrade, it only took one month and the number of users has exceeded 30 million, an amazing speed. China To this end ago, he said that this year there are 300 million devices equipped with the OS obscurity, of which 200 million from Huawei, another 100 million from partners.
It is understood that after upgrading HarmonyOS 2.0, users can find that there is an extra horizontal line under some App icons on the desktop. Swipe these App icons from bottom to top to call out the universal card. Click the pushpin in the upper right corner of the card to call up the universal card. The card is fixed on the desktop.
As one of the most interesting features of the new HarmonyOS 2.0 desktop, the universal card can display relevant information in a personalized way. For example, the weather card can display the weather change information of the day, and the sports health card can display the number of steps.
A few days ago, the official account of Huawei HarmonyOS developers announced that the HarmonyOS Application Service Partner Summit will be held in Hangzhou on July 30, and the HarmonyOS Developer Day is also scheduled to be held in Hangzhou on July 31.
It is worth mentioning that in the new technology speech session in the event arrangement, “the HarmonyOS card game you never think of” appeared, which seems to imply that Huawei will launch a HarmonyOS card game.
In this regard, some users said: Does Huawei want to enter the game industry?
According to media reports, in April this year, some netizens discovered that Huawei was releasing information related to game development. The positions included game planning and game production. Judging from the recruitment information, Huawei has the intention of entering the game industry.
Some analysts say that a high-quality game may deepen users’ stickiness to Huawei’s software and hardware ecology. The purpose of Huawei’s self-developed game may also be to verify the possibility of “distributed games” based on the HarmonyOS.