The system developed by Huawei is now available in a couple of consumer electronics products, now the mobile launch gun can rumble.
Huawei will host an international HarmonyOS show next Wednesday, coupled with the unveiling of a couple of fresh products. It is due at 2 pm Hungarian time, online and an event broadcast in English also received a hilarious poster, with a horse’s foot sticking out from under the veil: a monitor, TWS earphones and a clock can be seen. Of course, the most exciting may be what was left in the cover: the GSM Arena, for example, the MatePad 2 is expecting its tablet premiere at the summer season opener, of course now with HarmonyOS.
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It’s likely that the P50 family won’t be ready to launch, but devices on the market, say, upgrading the flexible Mate X2 to the new system will, and Huawei aims to have HarmonyOS running 300 million devices by the end of the year. There are still questions about whether the name will be given to the system, the interface, or the entire Huawei software package, in any case, HarmonyOS is already running on some TVs, and the platform-independent package can be found on watches, tablets, mobiles, and other gadgets. Details abound in a week.