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Huawei Mate 30, Mate Pad Pro, and P40 can now run Harmony OS

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Huawei Mate 30, MatePad Pro, and the P40 Smartphones can now run Harmony OS as per the latest beta developer release of the custom mobile operating system. After its launch earlier at HDC 2020, Huawei revealed that Harmony OS will support over 200Million devices by 2021, and at the moment, a pinch of these can run the long-awaited operating system.

Harmony OS 2.0 mobile beta developer version is currently the available variant that can be installed to these devices. Additionally, a public beta version will be released in the coming days with hopes of a full Harmony OS Smartphone set to leave the launch pad in 2021.

With the Huawei Mate 30, Matepad pro, and P40 elgiible to run Harmony OS 2.0 at the moment, the operating system brings to play new features and new device platform support including:

  •  15000+ APIs (support the development of mobile phone/PAD, large screen, wearable, car, and machine applications.
  • Distributed application framework
  • Distributed UI controls
  • DevEco Studio 2.0 Beta 3

However, the new operatign system doesn’t differ by much as compared to Android which has powered Huawei Smartphones for years now.

Huawei Smartphones that can run Harmony OS 2.0

Since 16th December 2020, Huawei Mate 30, Huawei P40 and Matepad Pro owners are able to taste the developer beta version of the operating system before 2021 shines with wide support for multiple devices. Nonetheless, here is the full list of Smartphones that can run Harmony OS at the moment.

  • Huawei P40
  • Huawei P40 Pro
  • Huawei Mate 30
  • Huawei Mate 30 Pro
  • Huawei MatePad Pro

Hence, Harmony OS 2.0 is finally off the rumor board and now available for installation inline with Huawei’s plan of supporting millions of devices from Smartphones, Smart TVs, Refrigerators, Cars, among other products by early 2021.

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  1. James Snowden says

    Can I run google play store on my p40 with Harmony OS 2.0?