The Chinese multinational tech company Huawei is one of the top leading smartphone brands in the world. The company also manufactures telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics.
Recently, Huawei devices were banned from using google apps and services and as a result the Huawei users were having a tough time. This pushed the company to speed up its development process for new OS.
Huawei launched its own customized OS called HarmonyOS last year in August. The new HarmonyOS comes with features like Smooth functionality, High security, unification, Multiplayer motion game controller, AI based network security, Distributed Virtual bus pools technology and many more.
According to the news coming from the Chinese microblogging website Weibo, Huawei’s vice president Mao Yumin has announced that the new HarmonyOS (known as Hongmeng in China) will adopt a new and innovative design language with full-scene experience. The release date is confirmed to be December 16,2020 and Huawei Mate 40 series will be receiving the first beta update as priority update. Have a look at the post: –
(Source: – Weibo)
More details about the HarmonyOS new design is expected to arrive soon.Initially,the update will be available to limited users before rolling out to all users. The company is also planning to gradually replace the existing Android OS with its new HarmonyOS to avoid the disrupting caused to the users post ban. The company will keep keen observation on how the android apps are running on the new HarmonyOS.
Talking about company latest flagship models-Huawei Mate 40 series, they are powered by HiSilicon Kirin 9000 and Kirin 9000E processors running on Android 10 based EMUI 11. Huawei Mate 40 and 40 pro comes with triple camera setup while Huawei Mate 40 pro + comes with quad camera setup. The devices are backed by 4400 mAh battery and supports fast charging.