Huawei has officially announced that the HarmonyOS 2.0 users have reached 30 million. Huawei launched the new HarmonyOS 2.0 in early June 2021, and announced that many smartphones can be upgraded to the latest HarmonyOS 2.0.
The first device including the Huawei Mate 40 series, P40 series, and Mate 30 series of smartphones, tablet PCs such as the Huawei MatePad Pro upgrade can lead to HarmonyOS 2.0.
Less than a week after the release, the number of upgraded users of HarmonyOS 2.0 has exceeded 10 million. This time, in more than a month, Huawei’s HarmonyOS2.0 users have reached 30 million.
Previously, Huawei had stated 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.
69 models upgraded to HarmonyOS 2.0:
Since HarmonyOS 2 was officially released on June 2 and started the upgrade, it has now supported a total of 69 model upgrades.
According to other data, among the first batch of devices to start HarmonyOS 2 upgrade, Huawei’s newer two models, Mate X2 and Mate 40 Pro, both performed well. Among them, Mate X2 users have the highest upgrade ratio, reaching 32.82%, while Mate 40 Pro upgrades accounted for more than 30%.
Huawei announced that Huawei’s mobile phones, tablets and other “100” of devices will successively launch HarmonyOS 2 upgrades. 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 equipment.