The HarmonyOS 3.0 upgrade, which aims to optimize four crucial performance areas, will be available to Huawei's routers, the company has announced. This upgrade will be accessible on the Huawei Router Q6 series, QX6, and AX3 Pro, and using it will necessitate using HarmonyOS 2.0 or higher mobile devices.
The addition of a children's online care service card is one of the upgrades' key new features. With just one click, parents can disconnect their children from the internet and check their kids' online status in real-time on their mobile phone desktop. Huawei mobile phones and tablets running HarmonyOS 2.0 or higher are required for this feature, which is currently in the public beta stage.
The support for one-click import of floor plans and network coverage visualization is another new feature. The need for manual editing of network coverage heat maps has also been eliminated thanks to improvements to the visual intelligent diagnosis function. These maps, which cover 160+ cities, can now be generated automatically based on the type of property and support 1 million+ real estate and 12,000,000+ house type data.
For multi-device internet access scenarios, the upgrade also includes triple algorithm optimization, which enhances memory management and CPU scheduling. A new self-healing algorithm has also been added, and it is said to increase network stability by 50%. The upgrade also enhances the signal tracking and positioning algorithm, which can precisely direct Huawei smart home devices to better distance and signal connections with routers. This includes Huawei HarmonyOS Connect accessories like cameras, smart sockets, and smart door locks.
A children's online care service card, one-click import of floor plans, visual intelligent diagnosis function, triple algorithm optimization, and improved signal tracking and positioning for smart home devices are just a few of the new features and improvements that the HarmonyOS 3.0 upgrade for Huawei routers brings.