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    Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS‌ June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family?
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    There are only a few days left until June 2, 2021, when the Huawei HarmonyOS event will take place; The event, as its name implies, focuses more on providing the company's Harmony software platform for different devices, and will likely feature a variety of devices equipped with the operating system (at least two tablets, two watches and possibly a flagship family). In the few days left until the event, apart from unofficial sources and unconfirmed news, Huawei itself has provided information about what can be expected from this meeting with advertising teasers. In the following article, we will summarize this news and discuss the expectations from this event.

    https://mobiletony.com Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family?

    After Huawei was blacklisted by the US Department of Commerce in May 2019 and Huawei was banned from accessing Google services, Huawei is trying to get out of The shadow of Android accelerated and shortly after, in the summer of 2019, the company's new platform called HarmonyOS was unveiled; The operating system, originally described as a micro-kernel or minimalist set of software for running an operating system, is suitable for use in a wide range of categories, from smart speakers, cars and computers to smartwatches, smartphones, tablets and, of course, smartphones. Apparently, it is still based on the Android operating system, but it offers a different structure from Android equipped with Google services. Huawei recently announced the official introduction of HarmonyOS at the end of March 2021 and introduced the Mate X2 as the first recipient of this platform.

    https://mobiletony.com Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family?

    The first rumors about possible products presented at the June 2 event started a few weeks ago, where unconfirmed reports indicated the introduction of two tablets and two smartwatches at the meeting. The tablets mentioned this time are two products from the Matepad family with the possible names of MatePad 2 and MatePad Pro 2, the first of which is apparently a 12.2-inch model and the second one has a 12.6-inch display. Other unconfirmed reports of a larger tablet this time include the Kirin 9000 processor and a new user interface called PadOS, the latter of which appears to be a custom version of the Harmony platform for tablets. Other details from the regulatory documentation for this tablet show that it is equipped with 5G, with a 40-watt wired charger and a 27-watt wireless charger, all three of which are common to a Huawei flagship device.

    https://mobiletony.com Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family? HarmonyOS 2.0 screenshots on Huawei MatePad Pro 2

    In one of its latest teasers for the event, Huawei released an image of an M-Pencil pen that previously speculated to support at least one tablet (possibly MatePad Pro 2) from The pen makes the device a reality. Other expected features for these tablets also include the ability to work with other Huawei devices, including smartphones and Windows 10 laptops of this brand, through which the image of the smartphone can be displayed on the tablet and controlled.

    https://mobiletony.com Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family? According to previous news, Huawei will also unveil two smartwatches at the event, which news sources introduce as Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro. The two smartwatches, which will be unveiled on June 2 according to Huawei's teaser, seem to be equipped with a special version of the Harmony operating system with an image of a button next to the watch, which offers a different look from Huawei's previous experiences in this field. One of the expected changes in one or both of these watches is to equip them with an electronic SIM card or eSIM option, through which you can make calls separately and independently from the phone. Although this option does not seem to be very beneficial in terms of battery consumption, but news sources have reported promising battery life for this series.

    https://mobiletony.com Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family? This is not the whole story of the June 2 event, and after a long wait and a delay of one or two, it seems that it is finally the turn of the Huawei P50 series flagships. The news, which has been announced unofficially many times, has now become official with the new Huawei teaser with two circular protrusions of the camera lens indicator, and we can speak with confidence about the presence of the P50 family in this event. How this presence will be, of course, is not yet clear, and different scenarios in this field, from the full unveiling to the brief mention of this family as recipients of the HarmonyOS platform, have been proposed.

    https://mobiletony.com Take a look at Huawei's HarmonyOS June event with two tablets, two watches and a flagship family?

    We've seen the protrusion of the camera lens on the P50 many times before in the images attributed to this phone, and their presence in the Huawei teaser has practically no meaning other than confirming the previous designs. According to unofficial news, the structure of this series uses a 1-inch sensor (apparently Sony IMX800) for the main camera, which was used not only in the Sharp Aquos R6 a few days ago, but also the presence of Huawei's longtime partner Leica with Sharp is bad news. It counts for Huawei.

    Huawei has announced that it will equip nearly 300 million devices worldwide with the company's Harmony operating system by the end of this year; The number, which apart from the devices in the unveiling queue, also includes a large collection of current Huawei phones and tablets (which will be equipped with this operating system through an update) and is a kind of extensive effort of Huawei in the software department to deal with the damage. Has been informing this collection for the past two years.







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