Huawei, despite facing several sanctions from the United States government, continues to launch new products and expand its business in an attempt to regain the market share in China as well as globally.
An employee of Huawei recently revealed on Weibo that the company is planning to host a couple of launch events at the end of April with the theme “Wisdom Connecting Everything, Wisdom and Hundreds of People” and “Art Deconstruction, No Prophet”.
The event is expected to launch the HarmonyOS 2.0 for smartphones, which is expected to have its Beta 3 released in the coming days. The new version is already under testing and should be released for commercial use in the near future.
It’s noteworthy that the previous reports have mentioned that the Huawei P50 series of flagship smartphones have been delayed and could go official in the month of May. But there’s a possibility that the announcement could take place in April and the devices be made available for purchase a month later.
However, the new report claims that the Huawei P50 series may get further delayed and could be made official in June later this year. This is mainly because of the supply chain and production issues that the company faces which is a result of the sanctions imposed on the Chinese giant by the United States.
The reports about HarmonyOS, which is called HongMeng OS in China, have been making rounds for quite some time and it’s pretty clear that the software will be released for general use next month.
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