As a result of Huawei’s abandonment of the Android platform, the development of Harmony OS 2.0 began. Harmony OS 2.0, which will appeal to the end-user, was seen in a Chinese video.
Video showing Harmony OS 2.0 design
The four-minute-long video, uploaded to YouTube today, details the features of Harmony OS. Since we expect the software to be introduced next month, the fact that the video leaked on this date should attract Huawei’s attention.
The video shows the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. If we talk about design details, we can say that the most important detail is the control center in the upper right corner. The control center, one of the famous features of iOS, also came to Xiaomi devices last year with MIUI 12. We see that this design has also been adopted by Huawei.
To the left of the homepage, we see a page that allows you to search and quickly access widgets. A similar page was included in EMUI, which is based on Android.
On the home page itself, the folder icons are resized based on the number of applications in them. The animations also look pretty good.
The most notable detail in the video was the opening speed of the applications. Because apps open fast as if they were open in the background. But in the video, we only see Harmony OS stock applications. Third-party apps may not be opening that fast.
To summarize the appearance, there is a design that is quite similar to EMUI 11. Harmony OS doesn’t seem to be lagging behind the designs of today’s other mobile operating systems.
The new operating system will not be the only product that we will see at Huawei’s event in June. We also expect to see surprises such as the Huawei Watch 3 and P50 series.
What do you guys think of the design of Harmony OS 2.0?