Data from Statcounter suggests that Huawei has been holding steady at roughly ten per cent of the global Mobile Vendor Market Share, lagging behind Samsung at 31% and Apple at 25% market share.
Still, that is an impressive number, especially when you keep in mind that the company’s sales have been significantly impacted due to the tension between them and the United States.
Huawei has recently renamed the WeChat channel of EMUI to HarmonyOS and introduced a fresh boot animation video of HarmonyOS 2.0.
The following HarmonyOS 2.0 and product launch will be worldwide, and the company has published an official teaser, which you can see here.
The company may also be named HM OS, as the company worked on a new logo.
A recent report suggests that the company has kickstarted the HarmonyOS 2.0 public beta for the P40 and Mate40 models in China.
The list of compatible devices can be seen in this report.
Also, some reports suggest that there is a chance that OnePlus may feature HarmonyOS on its future devices.
Huawei aims to upgrade more than 100 smartphones to the newest HarmonyOS 2.0.
Eighteen of those have already received the update.
The company started pushing the stable HarmonyOS 2.0 update for the Mate 40, P40, Mate 30, and MatePad Pro in batches as version 184.108.40.206.
One of the quirkiest details about HarmonyOS is that Changan automobiles announced that they would be introducing more EVs later this year with Huawei’s operating system at the base.
We expect Huawei to publish some more news about the operating systems soon, so stay tuned for more pieces of information on the subject!