Huawei has developed its own proprietary operating systems that are ready to implement if the lawsuit in the US leads to an export ban on US-made products and services such as Android and Windows.
"We Are Prepared If it turns out that we can no longer use these systems, we are ready and have our Plan B," said Huawei CEO Richard Yu in a recent interview with Die World . Huawei began working on an Android replacement back in 2012, when the US opened an investigation against Huawei and ZTE, according to [South China Morning Post] and further developed the system in 201
Recently, Huawei sued the US in response to a ban that prevents the use of its technology in "federal networks" and effectively prevents the use of Huawei devices by large governmental entrepreneurs. "According to a report by The Verge Colin Lecher. Huawei's lawsuit states that the US has singled Huawei "unconstitutional" for punishment, "and a Huawei ban would put America behind other regions in the race to build 5G networks.
Yu said that Huawei "would prefer to work with Google's and Microsoft's ecosystems" but would be willing to switch to its internal operating system if the legal climate worsens.Huawei manufactures the Kirin processors in most of its smartphones, it would be in a much better position ZTE, which was banned for three months in 2018, prevented ZTE from using Google's Android operating system and receiving exports from US companies to develop its smartphones.
Even though Huawei was using a Huawei would have to find new hardware partners because it relies on Intel processors in its Windows laptops Since Intel and Qualcomm are off the mark, and MediaTek processors are generally reserved for lower-priced, low-power devices such as Chromebooks, Huawei may need to start developing their own laptop processors.