Following a successful developer beta test in the P50 and Mate 50 series, Huawei is getting ready to issue its eagerly awaited HarmonyOS 3.1 software update. According to reports, HarmonyOS 3.1 development has advanced quickly, and the business is on schedule to release the software as early as April.
With new animations and fluid movements in the control panel and notification panel, HarmonyOS 3.1 is expected to significantly enhance the software’s general fluency. Huawei has also improved the shape selection for its widgets and introduced new media management options.
Due in part to HarmonyOS Design, a new design framework, the software claims to deliver faster task execution and application launches. With the help of this framework, animators can create improved animations using gravity-based physics systems.
The ArkTS development language, which is built on TypeScript (TS) and complements the ArkUI framework, is available in HarmonyOS 3.1. This framework is used to create distributed app layouts that are flexible enough to run on various platforms and gadgets. The Ark translator has also been enhanced to facilitate quicker and more effective app development.
With a flagship debut later this month, Huawei is anticipated to introduce the P60 series as the first device to run the HarmonyOS 3.1 software. After that, the firmware for older devices will be made available to the general public, first for the Mate 50 and P50 series and then for additional models.
HarmonyOS 3.1 is anticipated to be a substantial improvement over its forerunner in all respects, promising faster and smoother performance, better tools for app development, and an enhanced user experience. A significant player in the smartphone market, Huawei is expected to further solidify its position as a result of its continued investment in software development.x