Huawei has also scrapped a new laptop launch this week because of its current position on a U.S. trade blacklist.
The move to launch its own mobile operating system comes following the USA government's decision last month to plonk the Chinese company on an "Entity List" and bar it from doing business with American firms without prior government approval.
Now a company official, in the person of Andrew Williamson, vice president of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's public affairs and communications, confirmed Huawei's plans to potentially roll out the alternate operating system.
"Today, Huawei, we are still committed to Microsoft Windows and Google Android".
Washington's sanctions, which prompted Google to scale back access to Huawei for the Android system and popular Google apps, are believed to have prompted the Chinese tech giant to accelerate plans for rollout of its own OS that has been in development in secret for years.
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This is a possible solution which would result in the new operating system being compatible with Android applications, but Huawei will still be unable to pre-load Google apps and services on its devices.
Both firms had unveiled the devices in February but Huawei said it now wanted to be "cautious".
In the letter to the FCC, the company objected to being banned on the grounds of national security threats.
In China, Huawei had reportedly applied to the intellectual property administration in August past year, and received an affirmation last month. Which would, of course, present a whole new series of concerns.
Huawei's latest system in its flagship smartphones is EMUI 9.1 on top of Android 9 Pie system.
Huawei has come under mounting scrutiny for over a year, led by USA allegations that "back doors" in its routers, switches and other gear could allow China to spy on US communications. According to FunkyHuawei, the company is already intensely testing this system.
According to recent reports, the platform is referred to as HongMeng, but it could launch as Ark OS.