A long stage of creating your own brandoperating system HarmonyOS by Huawei is approaching a logical finale. According to Huawei executives, from the beginning of June, the first users of the flagship smartphones Mate 40, P40, Mate 30 and Mate X2 lines will officially receive the consumer version of HarmonyOS. Currently, the developers have opened public beta testing of the operating system, and demos have appeared on the Internet describing the technical capabilities and design features of the HarmonyOS interface.
YouTube channel creator Creator Studio has markedvideo review of the latest version of HarmonyOS 2.0 on the Mate 40 Pro smartphone, in which he immediately noted that certain system functions are clearly borrowed from the iOS operating system. So the completely revamped Quick Settings Control Center can be invoked by swiping down from the top right corner of the screen. By "pulling" down the left side, the user will get access to the global search on the Internet and the device, and a swipe in the center will display notifications.
Separate app icons on the Mate 40 Pro screenhave been underlined with a horizontal line. This highlight in HarmonyOS 2.0 indicates that after swiping up the app icon, the user will have access to the app data widget.
Huawei has less than a month tobug fixes found during beta testing of HarmonyOS. With the beginning of summer, branded smartphones of users from China will begin to receive consumer versions of the operating system, which is positioned as a replacement for EMUI based on Android.