HarmonyOS 3.0 has been officially announced to be released on July 27th, and the developer beta test version has been pushed. This version continues the full-scene smart experience and brings comprehensive improvements in interaction design, multi-device interconnection, performance, and user care.
According to the news of the previous Weibo pollen super talk host OU Shi Xiaojian, HarmonyOS 3.0 will start the first batch of pushes on July 27, including 9 models. The second batch will be launched in early August, including 13 models.
According to reports, the first batch of models to be launched on July 27 include:
Mate X2 Mate Xs
HUAWEI Mate 40 RS
HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro +
HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro
HUAWEI Mate 40
HUAWEI P50 Pro
HUAWEI P50 Pocket
MatePad Pro 12.6-inch 2021 model
The second batch of models in early August includes:
HUAWEI Mate 40E Pro
HUAWEI Mate 40E
HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro
HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro 5G
HUAWEI Mate 30E Pro 5G
HUAWEI Mate 30 RS
HUAWEI Mate 30
HUAWEI Mate 30 5G
HUAWEI P40 Pro
HUAWEI P40 Pro+
HUAWEI P40 (4G)
The blogger OU Shi Xiaojian said that the upgrade of HarmonyOS 3.0 will be directly pushed to the early adopters, and the Honor brand model will be pushed in mid-August, but it is still uncertain.
As can be seen from another leaked picture, Huawei HarmonyOS 3.0 is expected to support ” multi-device communication sharing”. After it is turned on, you can use nearby devices logged in with the same Huawei account to share the local network to access the Internet and assist the local machine to make calls and send and receive text messages.
It is worth mentioning that in addition to HarmonyOS 3.0, Huawei will also bring a series of new products, such as the first smart screen equipped with Hongmeng 3.0 system, color printer PixLab V1, MateBook X Pro laptop, 2022 Huawei MatePad Pro 11-inch Tablets, FreeBuds Pro 2 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, and more.
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