Huawei’s own operating system could be ready this year if cut off from US tech, top exec says

Chinese technology giant Huawei could introduce its own operating system, for smartphones and laptops, this year if the company is banned from using Google and Microsoft software due to pressure from Washington. The head of the company’s consumer division Richard Yu told CNBC the operating system could be ready for use in China by the fourth quarter of this year, while its international version will be available in either the first or second quarter of 2020. “Today we [Huawei – Ed.] are still committed to Microsoft Windows and Google Android. But if we cannot use that, Huawei will prepare the plan B to use our own OS,” he said.Also on ‘Stupid economics’: Attack on Huawei tells world to avoid doing business with US - Prof. WolffThe company’s own app store, known as the App Gallery, would be available on its own operating system, Yu added. “We don’t want to do this but we will be forced because of the US government. I think this kind of thing will be bad news not only for us, but also for the US companies because we support the US b ...Read more

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