On June 02, the Chinese tech giant Huawei has released its self-developed operating system HarmonyOS 2.0. Also, the company has shared the official roadmap of the HarmonyOS 2.0 which provides all the status when the OS reached the Huawei devices.
On the other hand, consumers who waited for the new device of HarmonyOS 2.0, so have also got lots of new Huawei devices such as Huawei MatePad Pro 2, Huawei Watch 3 series and Huawei 4G devices.
Now, in this article, we are providing some great smartphone wallpapers which belong to the HarmonyOS 2.0. You can apply these wallpapers to give a better look to your smartphone home screen. Whether your device has received HarmonyOS or not, you have a Huawei device or not, these things do not matter to download these wallpapers. Below you can check the download link.
WHAT IS HARMONYOS 2.0?
If we saw from the last 2 years, Huawei has suffered a major setback, after two sanctions and being kicked out of the cooperation list by Google, Huawei’s market share has fallen successively. Also, the new Android system no longer supported Huawei devices. Now seeing all this, the Chinese tech giant developed its self-developed operating system HarmonyOS (Hongmeng OS).
In August 2019, Yu Chengdong announced Huawei’s self-developed operating system “HarmonyOS”. Also, Yu said at the time: “If the Android operating system becomes unavailable, you can enable HarmonyOS into your devices at any time.”
Although after 2019, Huawei was supporting the Android system but now the time has come when it has launched its new operating system in the market.
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HarmonyOS 2.0 is not a simple operating system only for the smartphone but it has a more precise, full-scene distributed operating system. The HarmonyOS 2.0 “smart terminal operating system built for the Internet age”. Its functions are supportable for smartphones, smartwatches, smart TVs, tablets, PC and more devices even electronic cars also.
If we can summarize, HarmonyOS operating system has three core functions. The first is to help different devices “unify the language, the second is to realize hardware mutual assistance and bring consumers a super terminal experience and the last is to support application and service developers. Accordingly, it has a one-time development with hardware partners, multi-terminal deployment, and cross-terminal circulation.