Huawei stripped the curtain back on Harmony OS 2.0 yesterday, denoting the second emphasis of its homegrown operating system. The organization likewise said it’s meaning to launch cell phones with the new platform in 2021.
Presently, a Huawei agent has affirmed to Android Authority that you won’t really need to purchase a new cell phone to encounter Harmony OS when it in the long run comes to cell phones.
“Yes, devices running the new distributed-technology based EMUI 11 will be eligible for upgrade to Harmony OS in the future,” the representative told us via an emailed response.
It’s indistinct if the upgrade to Harmony OS will be accessible to all gadgets running EMUI 11 or if Huawei will just offer the upgrade to specific gadgets running its new Android skin. It’s likewise muddled if this will be an obligatory change or a discretionary update. It nevertheless makes for a truly fascinating suggestion, and it could be a charming elective platform for Google-free gadgets like the Mate 30 series and P40 series.
We despite everything haven’t seen Harmony OS 2.0 on a cell phone presently, so we’re not completely sure what’s in store. Nonetheless, the firm has previously promoted cross-device integration and data transfers, smarter voice recognition, and improved security.