Today (on April 8), Wang Chenglu (the President of Huawei‘s Consumer Business Software Department and Director of AI) has announced yesterday that Huawei’s upcoming Harmony OS will be publicly tested in June, and many new models will be upgraded to it. He also said that the Harmony OS would power at least 300 million mobile phones, tablets, and other IoT devices.
Today, the Chinese blogger “@Chrysanthemum Factory Pictures Fans” (on Weibo) has revealed that Huawei P50 and MatePad Pro 2 are expected to be postponed to June as both devices need to adapt a better version of the Harmony system and also need time to increase stocking. There are other new product launches except for Harmony OS, which will be a month for Huawei’s multiple activities.
It can be said that the Huawei Harmony system will roll out the beta versions for some models at the end of this month (currently, only developer beta versions). This might include Huawei Mate X2, P40 series, and Mate40 series, and will launch officially on a large scale in early June.
Previously, we already reported that Huawei MatePad Pro 2 had been listed on the famous Chinese TENAA Certification site with Harmony O. Reports also claimed that Huawei HarmonyOS Beta3.0 has been pushed to developers at the end of March. It is expected that everything will not be too far away.