Huawei: HarmonyOS 2.0 users have reached 30 million!
On July 8, during the Huawei HarmonyOS UX design exchange, Huawei revealed that the number of Huawei HarmonyOS2.0 users has reached 30 million. Huawei launched the new HarmonyOS 2.0 in early June 2021, and announced that several smartphones can be upgraded to the latest HarmonyOS 2.0.
The first batch of devices include Huawei Mate40 series, Huawei P40 series and Huawei Mate30 series smartphones. Tablets such as Huawei MatePad Pro can also be the first to upgrade to HarmonyOS 2.0.
In less than a week after its release, HarmonyOS 2.0 has exceeded 10 million users. This time, in more than a month, Huawei HarmonyOS2.0 users have reached 30 million.
Previously, Huawei said that at least 300 million devices will be equipped with HarmonyOS this year, of which 200 million will come from Huawei and the other 100 million will come from Huawei’s partners. (quietly)
69 models upgraded to HarmonyOS 2.0
On July 7, some media reported that, according to Huawei’s disclosure, HarmonyOS 2 has supported a total of 69 model upgrades since it was officially released and upgraded on June 2.
Another data shows that among the first batch of devices to be upgraded with HarmonyOS 2, Huawei’s newer two models, the Mate X2 and Mate 40 Pro, performed well. 40 Pro upgrades also account for more than 30%.
Previously, Huawei announced that “hundreds” of Huawei mobile phones, tablets and other “hundreds” devices will start the HarmonyOS 2 upgrade one after another. Including HUAWEI Mate 40 series, Mate 30 series, P40 series, Mate X2, nova 8 series, MatePad Pro series and other devices.
Huawei has stated many times before that it is expected that at least 300 million devices will be equipped with the Hongmeng system by the end of this year, of which 200 million will be Huawei’s own devices.