The stable version could quite possibly be launched in June and Huawei P50 could be the first device that provides a Harmony OS experience. Huawei will be quite possibly implementing the Harmony OS into other devices as well such as the Huawei Mate 40, Mate 30, P40, and Mate X2 Series phones.
Reports suggest Huawei Harmony (also known as the Hongmeng 2.0) OS plans to adapt to the Qualcomm platform. Hongmeng has a plan for adapting to the Qualcomm platform very early and will also be switching to the Mediatek.
Hongmeng has begun to gain traction amongst users and manufacturers alike, many manufacturing entities have plans to adapt to it. Hongmeng could soon be a reality in home appliances, automobile products and smartphones.
The future of the Android era does not necessarily represent the future. Smartphone maker Xiaomi has not revealed any intention of switching to Hongmeng as of now. Oppo, Vivo and Meizu will be following up with Huawei regarding adapting Hongmeng.
Huawei has confirmed that the Harmony 2.0 UI is EMUI 11 and is adaptable to both Harmony users and Android users. You can still run Android apps in their OS.
Huawei aims to seamlessly integrate the up-and-coming smart devices for a fast connection, in a 4-minute video leak of the Harmony 2.0, we get to see that it does hold considerable promise. Will it live up to the hype? It is yet to be seen.