Honor 30, Honor V30 and other 8 devices launched

According to Huawei’s official news, 8 devices including Honor 30 and Honor V30 have started to upgrade to the official version of HarmonyOS 4, and Huawei Router AX2 Pro and other devices have also started pollen beta recruitment.

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Official version upgraded models:

  • Honor 30

  • Honor 30 Pro

  • Honor 30 Pro+

  • Honor V30

  • Honor V30 PRO

  • Honor Play4 Pro

  • Huawei router AX3

  • Huawei Router AX3 Pro

Upgrade method: Mobile phone users open Settings > System and Updates > Software Update and check for updates and upgrades; router users open the “Huawei Smart Life App” on their mobile phone or tablet > Router > Device > Upgrade Management > Check for updates.

Pollen Beta Recruitment:

  • Huawei Lingxiao sub-mother router Q6E

  • Huawei router AX2 Pro

Upgrade method: Open the “Huawei Smart Life App” on your phone or tablet > Router > Click on the upper right corner > Try the upgrade.

According to previous reports, Yu Chengdong, Huawei’s Managing Director, CEO of Terminal BG, and Chairman of Automotive Intelligent Solutions BU, announced on Weibo at the end of last month that the number of devices upgraded to HarmonyOS 4 has exceeded 100 million, making it the fastest upgrade in history . HarmonyOS version.

According to the previously announced upgrade plan, Huawei P30/Pro, Huawei Mate 20/Pro/RS Porsche Design, Huawei Mate 20 X/X 5G, Huawei nova 5 Pro, Honor 20/PRO, Honor V20, Honor Magic 2 and other models HarmonyOS 4 will be upgraded in the first quarter of next year.


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