Huawei has launched its latest flagship smartphones – P50 and P50 Pro – for the market in China, and some of the phones have been built on Snapdragon 888. The launch also marks the launch of first major phones running on HarmonyOS.
Huawei launched a range of smartphones, smart watches, and tablets powered by its new HarmonyOS 2 operating system earlier today, including the HUAWEI WATCH 3 Series. HUAWEI WATCH 3 Series features a curved glass screen and 316L stainless steel case, complete with a brand-new 3D rotating crown that senses different levels of pressure and provides haptic feedback in response to user input.
Huawei has launched a range of smartphones, smart watches, and tablets powered by its new HarmonyOS 2 operating system, including a new version of the HUAWEI Mate 40 Series and HUAWEI Mate X2, the HUAWEI WATCH 3 Series, and the HUAWEI MatePad Pro.
Huawei has confirmed that HarmonyOS – a brand-new mobile operating system designed to rival Google's version of Android will launch in 2021. The new OS was first announced back in summer last year, with a beta for the operating system recently launching ahead of a full release in the new year.
Huawei has confirmed that in 2021 HarmonyOS will be getting its general release for smartphones, with the software arriving on new devices as well as being available as an upgrade to existing ones.
At the 2020 Huawei Developer Conference, Huawei Executive Director and CEO of Consumer Business Yu Chengdong announced the launch of HarmonyOS 2.0 and the official open source of HarmonyOS. Yu Chengdong announced that Huawei will officially release the Beta version for mobile phone app developers in December 2020 and that Huawei smartphones will fully support HarmonyOS in 2021.
At the 2020 China Auto Forum Huawei unveiled three car OS systems: the Harmony cabin operating system HOS, the intelligent driving operating system AOS and the intelligent vehicle control operating system VOS. The company also unveiled a cross-domain integrated software architecture dubbed Vehicle Stack.
Huawei has unveiled two new smart televisions, the first products to use HarmonyOS, the company's own operating system. The televisions will be available from August 15 in China and marks the first use of HarmonyOS, chief executive George Zhao said, adding that it will be marketed by its mid-range brand, Honor.