- Huawei has launched a Concord OS 2.0 developer beta.
- The beta is on the market for the P40 sequence, Mate 30 sequence, and MatePad Professional.
Huawei revealed its home-grown Concord OS platform final yr, and adopted up by exhibiting off Concord OS 2.0 earlier this yr. Now, the corporate has launched a developer beta for the platform.
The Chinese language model confirmed that builders can join through the Huawei builders web site, though this appears to be restricted to its residence marketplace for now. The Mate 30 and Mate 30 Professional, P40 and P40 Professional, and the MatePad Professional are the one supported gadgets at this juncture, the agency famous on its developer portal.
Need a telephone that’s purpose-built for Concord OS? Huawei govt Yang Haisong reportedly reiterated that the corporate will launch smartphones based mostly on the platform subsequent yr (h/t: ITHome).
The Chinese language model didn’t give us a superb have a look at the developer beta on a smartphone, however a video just lately posted to Weibo (noticed by Huawei Central) purportedly provides us an honest thought of what to anticipate. The clip allegedly reveals the Concord OS 2.0 developer beta trying quite a bit like EMUI 11, that includes the identical icons and a card-based multitasking display screen. Take a look at the video beneath.
In any occasion, Huawei claimed that over 10,000 builders have already joined the Concord OS ecosystem. However a significant take a look at will come when the model inevitably decides to push the brand new platform outdoors China.
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