Huawei’s Harmony OS 2.0 has advanced to the development of this public beta version, and plans to upgrade it for ordinary consumers in June. It has a high degree of completion, and it has a number of advantages in comparison to EMUI 11 and iOS 14.
A few days ago, we found a video about the comparison between Harmony OS 2.0 Beta 3 and MIUI 12.5.
In the video below, you can see that all background apps are cleared and only after this author compares the app opening speed and the likes. From the perspective of Honor of Kings, Weibo and other programs, Harmony OS 2.0 is indeed weak in terms of speed.
Of course, it needs to be pointed out that after all, Harmony OS 2.0 is still in the development stage. So in the final version, we hope the company will improve this and other parameters as well.
In addition, we have also seen another video, in which Harmony OS is compared with EMUI 11. Though this video and the one above don’t showcase that Harmony OS is smoother or faster, there have been many Huawei users claiming in certain scenarios Huawei’s own operating system. A well-known Weibo blogger has tested the performance of Mate X2 running on the Harmony OS 2.0. He played two most-popular mobile games of ‘Honor of Kings’ and ‘Peace Elite’. Both games were tested at the highest picture quality of ultimate picture quality and HDR anti-aliasing mode, respectively. As the blogger proves, the fluency and stability are better than those of EMUI 11. Plus, the power consumption is also lower.