Huawei has had to set up its own operating system for its smartphones and this has led to there being a wider range of use cases. After two major releases, the company is now launching the latest iteration of HarmonyOS in China. A message on the company’s official Weibo account has indicated that the launch of the next-generation HarmonyOS 3 will be taking place on the 27th of July.
Here’s what we know about Huawei Harmony OS 3:
The upcoming update will bring a bunch of new features apart from adding to the already existing features. A better experience for connections, pages, collaboration, and other aspects of UX have been prioritized.
In terms of market share of the OS, it is steadily growing as Yu Chengdon of Huawei had previously claimed that there are over 300 million devices that run HarmonyOS, including 200 million devices in the ecosystem and 100 million third-party products from its partners.
The company previously released the developer beta version and opened public beta recruitment for the upcoming HarmonyOS 3 last month. It supports the P50 Series, the Mate 40 Series, and the MatePad Pro 12.6″ 2021.
Along with this, we will also get some more products such as the brand’s first Smart TV that will also be powered by the latest software. Huawei will be holding a launch event where apart from the updated OS, we will also get to see the MateBook X Pro, MatePad Pro 11, and the Change Enjoy 50 Pro release.