Huawei today unveiled a new version of the HUAWEI Mate 40 Series and HUAWEI Mate X2, as well as the HUAWEI WATCH 3 Series and the HUAWEI MatePad Pro, all of which will be powered by the company’s new Harmony OS 2 operating system.
Huawei also unveiled the HUAWEI FreeBuds 4, its next-generation open-fit Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) wireless Bluetooth earbuds, as well as the HUAWEI MateView and HUAWEI MateView GT, two high-end monitors at today’s event. Huawei also said that almost one hundred other Huawei devices, including smartphones and tablets, will be upgraded to run on Harmony OS 2, providing customers with a unified intelligent experience across numerous devices in a variety of settings.
The Harmony OS is big news for both users and developers, as it makes apps easier to use and create. There are now a growing number of developers using the Harmony OS to create apps, including games and utility options. Users of Huawei devices can look forward to a range of different apps to make their lives easier and more fun, including casino online apps and social media platforms.
One of the main impacts of the Harmony OS 2 is that it will address the intelligence and interconnectivity of smart devices. We have more smart devices than ever before, but the experiences they give aren’t always smart. Siloed systems make interconnectivity and operations more difficult, resulting in a fragmented user experience.
Harmony OS was created to solve this issue, according to Huawei. This next-generation operating system for smart devices provides a common language for different types of gadgets to connect and interact, making life easier, smoother, and more secure for users. It makes use of distributed technology to address the diverse needs of a wide range of devices with a single system, allowing for simple and easy use as needed. Harmony OS also integrates all hardware and resources into a single “Super Device” that allows users to freely use features they want based on their current needs.
The Huawei Watch 3 Series: An innovative smartwatch with the capabilities of a smartphone
This is Huawei’s flagship smartwatch, and it is designed to be functional as well as stylish. The device has a curved glass screen and a stainless-steel case, as well as an innovative crown that rotates and provides haptic feedback to the user. In addition to this, it can also detect different degrees of pressure, making it much easier to use than a standard smartwatch. You can use the same phone number and data plan as your smartphone to make and receive calls while also listening to music and taking advantage of other apps.
The Huawei Watch 3 Series is powered by Harmony OS 2, which enables it to work in tandem with Huawei smartphones to act as a multipurpose travel companion. All ride-hailing and flight information is available at a glance as information flows directly from your smartphone to your wrist. If you’re taking public transportation home from the airport, your watch and phone will both alert you when you’re approaching your destination. You’ll never have to be concerned about missing a stop again. This is just one of the many functions that a smartwatch provides, and it’s easy to see why these devices are growing in popularity.
Thanks to the Huawei Harmony OS 2, these devices have more function than ever and there are a growing number of apps available. Whether it’s for fitness, work, travel or even gaming, a smartwatch can offer loads of benefits in making our lives easier. The watch also has an incredibly long battery life, lasting five days in smart mode and up to 21 days in ultra-long battery life mode.