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Huawei has updated 65 devices to HarmonyOS 2.0, its users exceed 50M worldwide

The tech giant recently reported that with around 8 million consumers upgrading to Harmony OS per second.
Huawei has updated 65 devices to HarmonyOS 2.0, its users exceed 50M worldwide
File photo: Huawei Nova 8 with Harmony OS 2.0

Huawei delivers HarmonyOS 2.0 in Mate and P series phones

Huawei officially released HarmonyOS 2 for smartphones in June 2021. The operating system is designed for several devices and settings but it was first introduced on IoT devices.

Also, it is also known as the mobile brand's substitute for Google's OS. To recall, Huawei was banned from using Google's services because of the ban imposed by the Trump administration.

On its Weibo post, Huawei has announced an update regarding the rollout of HarmonyOS 2.0, its most recent operating system. Basically, HarmonyOS 2.0 replaced  EMUI on smartphones and Lite OS on smartwatches.
List of devices with Harmony OS 2.0 upgrade
List of devices with Harmony OS 2.0 upgrade

Allegedly, HarmonyOS 2.0 has now reached more than 65 Huawei and HONOR devices, including the latest flagship smartphones from Mate and P series.

According to the source, Huawei targets to roll out HarmonyOS 2.0 to over 100 devices, as far back as the Mate 9 or P10. However, they noted that there's no definite timeline by when older devices will get the  HarmonyOS 2.0 upgrade.

So far, Huawei has announced that it has a goal to finish upgrading devices to HarmonyOS 2.0 by the middle of 2022. In addition to this, there's no solid time when the company will launch HarmonyOS 2.0 worldwide. There's an assumption that it will arrive globally after Huawei has upgraded most devices in China, like what they did with EMUI 12.5. 

Meanwhile, there are more than 300 partners in terms of ecosystem development. This includes home appliance manufacturers Midea, Supor, and information technology firm iFlytek. The tech giant made an estimate that more than 40 mainstream Chinese brands will join HarmonyOS in 2021.

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