Chinese manufacturer, Huawei officially announced that it will hold the HarmonyOS and Huawei full-scene new product launch conference on June 2. At this event, the company will officially unveil the HarmonyOS 2.0. At this event, Huawei will also announce the first batch of devices to get this update. According to reports, the first batch of devices will include the Huawei P40 series, Mate40 series, MateX2, nova8 series, and MatePad Pro. However, these will not be the only devices to get this update. There will be a second and even a third batch of devices to receive this update. Interestingly, Honor smartphones will also be eligible for this update.
At the June 2nd conference, the company will also announce the update time for the different batches. Looking at the models in the first batch, it is obvious that only Huawei’s latest smartphones will get the HarmonyOS update for now.
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The release time and category will give priority to series like the Mate, P, nova, and others. After these, Honor Digital and V series will also get the update. Huawei considers old Honor users as an integral part of the company. According to the Chinese manufacturer, it will not forget these users. Huawei assures Honor old users that their HarmonyOS version is ready. On the June 2nd conference, we will get more information about HarmonyOS for Honor smartphones. When we say “Honor Old Users”, we mean users of Honor smartphones that were released before Huawei sold Honor.
Furthermore, Huawei will place the HarmonOS on display at its experience store. All Huawei users can get a feel of this system at Huawei’s experience store.
As early as the end of April this year, Huawei launched a small-scale public test of HarmonyOS. This testing was only for a few developers but the results attracted so much attention in the industry. The company has been increasing the number of developers that get the beta over the past few months.
HarmonyOS (Hongmeng) trademarks are ready
Huawei has been applying for several trademarks related to HarmonyOS and HongmengOS. Hongmeng is actually the Chinese version of HarmonyOS. While “Harmony” trademarks had no issues, the Hongmeng did not pull through initially. There were reports that after filing for the “Hongmeng” trademark in 2019, the status of the trademark was changed to a review of refusal in 2020. However, the issues with the refusal are now a done deal. Huawei has officially settled the trademark issues with Huizhou Qibei Technology.