According to a Chinese source, users of Huawei smartphones will receive an update from HarmonyOS in early June, said Wang Chenglu, head of Huawei’s consumer software department. Previously, this was indicated by rumors from various sources, but now there is an official confirmation.

Goodbye Android.  Huawei smartphone users will receive HarmonyOS instead of Android and EMUI in early June

HarmonyOS 2.0 in Beta 3 is currently available to software developers, and this is the last pre-release version. Thus, Huawei still has about a month to fully finalize the OS and start distributing it over the air to consumer devices.

According to the first reviews, HarmonyOS 2.0 turned out to be even better than Android with EMUI: the interface, although slightly retouched, remained the same, but the picture quality in games is higher, and the battery power is consumed a little more economically. The Mate 40, Mate 30 and P40 smartphones will be the first to go to HarmonyOS 2.0.

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