Huawei’s Android replacement is a paranoia project for 7 years

Huawei’s Android replacement is a paranoia project for 7 years
Written by Colin Newlyn 
The relationship between the government of the United States and Huawei is very sensitive now. Huawei has been blacklisted by the United States because of the trade war going on between them and China. Huawei has been in the business in the United States for a long period of time. The United States has made an unwelcomed barrier for Huawei. The phone maker made use of Android AOSP free. Huawei will still have access to Google Play, Gmail and other applications like YouTube. Huawei is now facing the prospect of being cut off from the chip maker if they’re the United States based. The Chinese firm has previously removed from the membership of associations that control memory card along with technologies like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. According to the report from the South China Morning Post, everything has not been rushed. Huawei now has a dedicated team so that they are able to build the operating system which is very much friendly and are compatible with all the phones from Huawei. The increase in tension between China and the United States has been the reason for the problems of Huawei. Huawei was just in between the crossfire of both the countries. Huawei has been focusing on security with its new operating system. These were basically blocked by pessimistic predictions which end up increasing the tension between both the countries. There is a special set of staff of the company who are working on external devices. Huawei has invested a lot of money on the operating system over the years, but they did not have any kind of intention of using it in their mobile phones. Huawei always planned for using Android as its operating system.
“As we have noted before, Huawei does have backup systems but only for use in extenuating circumstances,” a spokesperson told the Chinese paper. “We fully support our partners’ operating systems – we love using them and our customers love using them. Android and Windows will always remain our first choices. In the meantime, we will do everything within our power to protect the interests of our customers.”

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Colin Newlyn 

Colin Newlyn is Founder and CEO of Main Street Mobile. He looks after the work done by all the reporters. He manages the entire blog and makes necessary updates on the blog. He is an Aspiring Pirate as well as Skier.

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