Google quickly withdrew Huawei's right to use Google services in Android - Android being open-source, but the value in the operating system to customers being access to services like Google Play and Google Maps. But Chen said the company intends to continue using the Android OS for its smartphones.
That has meant just one thing: that the speculation over whether Huawei will ditch Android and go its own way stays. However, turns out that the said operating system from Chinese giant Huawei is not meant for smartphones but rather it will be used for industrial purposes as the matter was discussed at a roundtable conference in Brussels earlier this week.
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The HongMeng OS was confirmed by the company soon after it was banned by the United States government. "We're very happy being part of the Android family, but Hongmeng is being tested, mostly in China", he said.
He also told Die Welt it was working on a "Plan B" operating system in case it could no longer use Google's Android or Microsoft's Windows. Although the situation with the trade battle between the US and China has calmed down a bit recently, it still doesn't eliminate the chances of any future events where the company could once again find itself in a big mess that's nearly completely out of its own control.
Building a new mobile operating system from scratch, with all the drivers working correctly, a user interface that consumers are comfortable with, and an app store with a reasonable number of apps in is no small task.
However, this latest update refutes all the claims made by Andrew Williamson, VP of Huawei Technologies' Affairs and Communications.