HarmonyOS 3.0 significantly improves privacy protection – to launch on July 27


With the release of the developer beta version of Huawei HarmonyOS 3.0, there are more rumours about this new system. According to previous reports, the official version of HarmonyOS 3.0 will arrive on July 24th. However, this launch date is only speculation. The latest report from popular Weibo tech blogger@Changan Digital Jun claims that HarmonyOS 3.0 will arrive on July 27th. The report claims that Huawei will hold a press conference on this date. The tech blogger claims that if Huawei does not officially release the the new system on July 27th, it will announce the official launch date on July 27th. Either way, we will get good information about HarmonyOS 3.0 on July 27th.

Huawei HarmonyOS 3.0 gets an official launch date

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HarmonyOS 3.0 – a decent improvement from its predecessor

This system should come with new UX features and new performance features. Furthermore, it will also incorporate new privacy and security features. All these possibilities will be official at the July 27th event. There are reports that HarmonyOS 3.0 will pay more attention to privacy protection, and widgets will also an update. The new widgets can view the usage of cameras, microphones, and location information.

Judging from the functional experience of HarmonyOS 3.0, in addition to the privacy interface update, this new system also adds clipboard privacy protection, fuzzy positioning, and a redesigned App permission access record interface. At the same time, the system has a built-in anti-fraud function. The new Huawei system has made a big improvement in privacy protection. In other new features,it also adds functions such as super desktop, lock screen card, adjustable folder size and so on.

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Furthermore, the Huawei HarmonyOS 3.0 eliminates bloated parts of 2.0. Thus, the new system is more streamlined. When using the new algorithm daily, this system will be smoother than 2.0. In addition, the new system decentralizes the flow of multiple devices. Obviously, the first set of devices to try out the new system update will be Huawei’s latest flagships.

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