The official account of HarmonyOS has just announced that 65 devices from the Huawei and Honor portfolio are now eligible for a software update. The stable OS is available to an extended list of phones and tablets, but only for their Chinese variants that come with extra pre-loaded apps.
Huawei had promised around 100 devices to switch from Android to Harmony OS 2.0, and it is good to see that almost two-thirds are now ready to receive the stable version. It is worth noting that the list includes phones such as Honor 20 and Honor View 20, sold with GMS in overseas markets.
We expect the list of eligible devices to expand in H1 2022 with older phones from the Mate 10, Mate 9, P20 and P10 series. Hopefully, we’ll have more information until then on what to expect on the global scene and when global devices running EMUI will switch to Huawei’s own OS.
Source (in Chinese)