Huawei’s operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0, seems to be quite successful in China, because it has reportedly passed 10 million users aka active devices using it. Previously, HarmonyOS was announced in August 2019.
Huawei celebrated that achievement with a uniquely designed cake. In the image circulating, the cake is round blue with gold star ornaments. In addition, there are also decorations in the form of Huawei products, ranging from smartphones, smartwatches, TVs, to earbuds.
HarmonyOS, codenamed HongMeng, is a platform designed for various devices on the Huawei cake. The company from the Bamboo Curtain country claims that with the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the operating system is indispensable.
Update for HarmonyOS 2.0 now available for Mate 40, P40, Mate 30, and MatePad Pro series smartphones in China. While the P30, Honor 30 and V30 series will get a closed beta this month and a public beta in July.
It will be interesting to see how the company handles the transition to HarmonyOS outside of China, on international devices. However, the number of products running the HarmonyOS version is sure to grow in the future, after this good start.
Huawei actually hopes to reach 360 million active devices running HarmonyOS by the end of this year. The company convinced 1.2 million developers to release apps for its platform.
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