Huawei reportedly has its own operating system on standby in the event the company is ever banned from using Android or Windows.
Huawei at a press conference held recently at its headquarters in Shenzhen, China, confirmed it has slammed a lawsuit against the USA authorities over the former ban on its telecommunications equipment.
The question asked was, "Are you thinking about building your own operating system so that your smartphones are not Google-based and computers are not Microsoft-dependent?"
Chinese technology giant Huawei filed a lawsuit against the USA government last week as a "last resort" to get a federal ban on the use of its products lifted.
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Although Huawei pursued a plan B by developing their own O.S. just for the backup, YU said that the company would prefer Android and Windows over its own platform if the tensions between the United States and Huawei don't force them to.
Huawei's statement comes days after the company chose to sue the US Government over a ban imposed on its products. While an outright ban on ZTE was a devasting one, Huawei with its wealth of engineers has better chances of getting around such ban.
Having its own OS to power its laptops and smartphones as substitutes for Windows and Android safeguards Huawei's ability to keep operating.
A Huawei spokesperson quoted by the South China Morning Post confirmed the interview quote, also echoing Yu's sentiments regarding their continued preference for the US-made OSes. However, he mentioned that Huawei likes to work with its partners like Google and Microsoft, which provide the Android and Windows operating systems for Huawei's smartphone and laptop portfolio. We heard more about this OS in 2016. "To be honest, we don't want to use it". Other nations will make their own.