Huawei was placed on the US Entity List last month, prohibiting companies like Google and Microsoft from conducting business with the Chinese manufacturer. On a brighter note, the Huawei Mate X has reportedly received the mandatory 3C certification in China, which means its market release is on the horizon.
This isn't Huawei's only concern, though, as it's also being forced to battle the ongoing effects of the U.S. trade ban, which this week forced it to cancel the launch of its next-gen MateBook laptop due to its inability to use Windows or Intel chips.
Huawei said for the launch they would target countries with more established 5G networks.
President Donald Trump's administration last month put Huawei on a blacklist that barred it from doing business with USA tech companies such as Alphabet Inc, whose Android OS is used in Huawei's phones.
"Today, Huawei, we are still committed to Microsoft Windows and Google Android".
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Meanwhile, Huawei is already struggling following the United States ban.
"Presumably we'll be trying to put trademarks", he added.
The company is developing its own OS plan B, dubbed Hongmeng in China and Ark outside it.
Huawei has been placed under increasing scrutiny in the a year ago, a pressure driven by USA allegations that "back doors" in its routers, switches and other gear could allow China to spy on communications.
Now, two reports show how Huawei is busily preparing the Android replacement operating system, which it is reportedly calling Hongmeng.
Huawei also anticipates a roll out of its Hongmeng operating system, which is presently in the testing phase, within the next nine months, Mr Pang told Reuters.
Global Times reports that companies like Tencent, OPPO, and VIVO sent employees to Huawei to test the new internally-called HongMeng operating system. The software is said to be compatible with all Android apps.