Huawei has been releasing its HarmonyOS update for millions of Huawei and Honor devices. As of now, no less than 120 million Huawei and Honor smartphones have this update. While older devices are getting the update for the first time, flagship devices are getting upgrades to HarmonyOS. Today, the company announced that Huawei Mate X2 is now getting HarmonyOS 188.8.131.52 update. The version number is C00E206R10P3 and the total size of the update is 1.1GB. The update is now available for Mate X2 users to download.
The update log shows that the task center adds cross-device management functions. It also adds portrait clustering for universal cards in the gallery. As usual, the Chinese manufacturer recommends that users should get the update.
Huawei Mate X2 HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206 changelog
Update package 1
- Adds cross-device task management function. In the task center (you can enter from the bottom of the screen by swiping up), you can view and use the historical tasks of the same WLAN network.
- Adds a universal card for portrait clustering (up-slide gallery application icon, which can be added to the desktop). You can rotate the photos, click on the avatar to change the person, and click on the photo to jump to the clustering album of the person.
- Adds a quick download icon for the Xiaoyi input method application (click to download and use it directly). The Xiaoyi input method can bring you a simple and safe input experience.
- Optimizes the smart voice function. Users can easily and smartly activate this feature.
- This update comes with general improvement for the basic experience such as volume, screen, and so on. This update also optimizes the touch and face icon magnification functions. Furthermore, the update optimizes the system power consumption in some usage scenarios.
Update package 2
This update optimizes the user experience of memos, universal cards, and system power consumption. At the same time, the 5G switch shortcut in the shortcut panel (5G switch position: set mobile network, mobile data) is removed, and it is recommended that you update. According to the company, this new HarmonyOS 2 update will make the foldable smartphone operation smoother.
In February this year, Huawei officially released the Mate X2 foldable smartphone. In June, Huawei released new versions of HarmonyOS 2 and the Mate X2 was immediately equipped with HarmonyOS 2. The Huawei Mate X2 comes with the Kirin 9000 chip and supports 4G full Netcom.