Huawei wants to supply over 100 smartphones and tablets with HarmonyOS. This also includes many old models that would not get an update for Android anymore but receive the new operating system from Huawei. A decisive advantage in the performance of such smartphones has now been discovered.
HarmonyOS: Older smartphones run faster
While Android smartphones are getting slower and slower after a few years and updates, this should not be the case with HarmonyOS. Huawei’s operating system should offer high performance for years and run well across all price ranges. In China, a new phase of beta testing of HarmonyOS has begun, where older smartphones are also supplied. These include not only models such as the Huawei P20 Pro, which of course, have enough power, but also models such as the Nova 5, where there were minor performance problems under Android. With HarmonyOS, that’s history (Source: GizChina).
Accordingly, the performance of older smartphones should improve “significantly” after switching from Android to HarmonyOS. Just recently, it became known that HarmonyOS also consumes less storage space on the phone. If the performance also increases now, this would be another tangible reason to turn your back on Android. At the same time, it is also generally a good signal for Huawei that HarmonyOS works so quickly and efficiently.
When is HarmonyOS coming to Kenya?
So far, Huawei has limited the tests of HarmonyOS for various smartphones only to China. When the new operating system also starts internationally is still unknown in Kenya with the Huawei Watch 3 Pro, a Smartwatch with HarmonyOS to buy. Soon a tablet will follow. We can only hope that HarmonyOS will also be launched soon to benefit from the many advantages of the operating system. Since Android apps continue to work, you don’t have any major disadvantages.