Huawei develops own OS to be used in the event of a future ban

March 18, 2019

Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies confirmed that it has a proprietary operating systems for both smartphones and computers, which the vendor plans to use in the event of an eventual ban by the U.S. government, German publication Die Welt reported, citing Huawei’s mobile chief Richard Yu Chengdong.

Huawei started building its own operating system after a U.S. investigation into Huawei and compatriot vendor ZTE in 2012, according to a previous report by the South China Morning Post, which cited an anonymous source familiar with the matter.

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