The stable version of HarmonyOS now available for 65 models – full list


The upgrade method for the HarmonyOS system was officially provided today by HarmonyOS. Currently, the update is available for over 80 Huawei and Honor smartphones. Only 65 people on this list, however, have the stable version. Huawei Mate 40 series, Huawei P40 series, Huawei Mate 30 series, Huawei nova series (certain models), Huawei Mate 20 series, Huawei Enjoy series, Huawei tablets, Huawei MatePad series, Honor mobile phones, and other products are among those eligible for the stable upgrade.


  • Go to  “My Huawei” App – upgrade early adopters – check immediately
  • Honor smartphones can be upgraded in two ways. In addition to upgrading using the “Services” App, you can also upgrade through the “Member Center” App’s home page.
  • Please note that you must upgrade your app to the newest version, whether you’re using “My Huawei,” “Honor Services,” or “Member Center.”

Huawei Consumer Business CEO Yu Chengdong announced at the Huawei P50 series launch event that HarmonyOS 2 has had over 40 million users since June 2nd. This equates to eight users upgrading every second. He also claims that several older devices, such as the Mate 9 and P10, will receive the upgrade. According to Huawei, this upgrade will be available for over 100 devices before the end of the year. In addition, HarmonyOS is expected to be installed on 300 million devices. Huawei will account for 200 million of them, while third-party enterprises will account for 100 million.


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