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Huawei’s launches next-gen “HarmonyOS 2”

At the “Huawei All-Scenario New Product Launch Conference” on June 2nd, Huawei released several new products equipped with the latest “HarmonyOS 2”.

This new release includes the new versions of the HUAWEI Mate 40 series, the new version of the Mate X2, the HUAWEI WATCH 3 series, the HUAWEI MatePad Pro along with other mobile phones, smartwatches, and tablet products.

HarmonyOS is a new generation of intelligent terminal operating systems created by Huawei, which provides a unified language for the intelligence, interconnection, and collaboration of different devices.

Based on the capabilities of the traditional single-device system, HarmonyOS proposes a distribution concept based on the same system capabilities while adapting to multiple terminal forms, which can support mobile phones, tablets, smart wearables, smart screens, car machines, PCs, smart speakers, Headsets, AR/VR glasses, and other terminal-based equipment.

At the press conference, Huawei first released the MatePad Pro equipped with HarmonyOS 2, starting at $780 USD. With the full-scene distributed capabilities of HarmonyOS 2, the Huawei MatePad Pro series expands the boundaries of tablet productivity and creativity by opening cross-screen collaborations between tablets, mobile phones, PCs, smart screens, and other Huawei full-scene terminal products.

At the same time, the Huawei P50 series, which is expected to be released within this year, also made its debut at this conference. Judging from the introduction video, the appearance is light and thin, and the imagery of the mobile phone may have new improvements.

Now, 300+ application and service partners, 1,000+ hardware partners, and 500,000+ developers have participated in the construction of the Hongmeng ecosystem.




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