"We have prepared our own operating systems, if it turns out we can no longer use these systems, we will be ready and have our plan B", Huawei mobile chief Richard Yu Chengdong told Die Welt, a Germany-based newspaper. And in response to that Huawei hit back at US Government by calling the ban "unconstitutional". Various company's have attempted and failed to break the duopoly by launching phones with different operating systems.
There is also the matter of processors for its laptops, as its Matebooks are powered by the US-made Intel processors.
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However, if Huawei did use its own operating system, such a move will only mark the start of the company's problems. "That's our plan B. But of course we prefer to work with the ecosystems of Google and Microsoft", he reportedly said, according to a translation.
Despite Huawei fighting the US government in court, the company is preparing for the worst.
Wanzhou faces fraud charges in the USA, where an indictment unveiled in January accused her of deceiving banks into approving transactions that may have violated unilateral U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Having its own OS to power its laptops and smartphones as substitutes for Windows and Android safeguards Huawei's ability to keep operating. That Huawei may face a similar ban is not out of the realm of possibility. Huawei already makes its own smartphone processors as well. He added that Huawei's customers love Android and Windows and it will always remain its first choices.