According to some HarmonyOS users in China, the battery health system of Huawei’s HarmonyOS is now improved and gets a setting option. You can see that there is a “maximum capacity” in the battery setting options. The system can evaluate the current battery capacity of the device so that users can understand the battery health of the device.
Huawei HarmonyOS 2 had previously launched the battery health system, but it was offline after a version update. It was said that the previous battery health system had a bug, and it will now be online again.
According to the information, on August 25th, Huawei HarmonyOS 2 upgrade users reached 70 million; in just a few days, Huawei Harmony OS 2 upgrade users have now exceeded 90 million! Huawei’s HarmonyOS upgrade is currently in process with stable and beta form. On June 2, 2021: Huawei officially launched the Harmony OS, its in-house operating system, a replacement for Android. The company announced a new watch – Watch 3 Series, a new tablet – MatePad Pro 10.8 & 12.6, and a new phone powered by HarmonyOS. The company has also shared a list of 100 different Huawei phone models to upgrade with Harmony OS over the next year.