Huawei CEO Richard Yu shared a glimpse of what to expect from the latest edition of HarmonyOS. Huawei’s in-house developed operating system, HarmonyOS has been in existence for some time now after the company was enlisted on the United States entity list in 2019. The Operating system received a well welcoming by most Huawei users.
Before the end of 2021,Huawei reported that HarmonyOS 2.0 has been fully installed on over 300 million devices. But the operating system was only released for the Chinese market. Global users and Huawei enthusiasts were eager to get their share of the HarmonyOS. Huawei however made it clear that the operating system was not ready for global market yet. Global users had to settle with the EMUI12 rather, at least for the time being.
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What to expect from the HarmonyOS 3.0
Huawei has scheduled July 27th for the release of the latest version which is the HarmonyOS 3.0. Ahead of the launch, Huawei CEO for consumer BG, Richard Yu shared a short video. The video shared on Weibo showed a glimpse of what to expect from the latest edition of the mobile operating system.
He caption the video by explaining that most Huawei users are fond of HarmonyOS. This is because of its unique universal card, smart folders and other functions. He went on the explain that those features will even be more fluent on the HarmonyOS 3.0.
From what we observed in the video, we can suggest that the HarmonyOS 3.0 will allow users to adjust the size of the of the desktop folders. Over all, the HarmonyOS 3.0 will bring extra fluency, security and enhanced performance.
As expected Richard Yu may outline the update role out order for the supported devices. We will share with our readers and followers as soon as we get any information on the global update.