Huawei’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ren Zhengfei said in a statement, that upon terminating the business terms and agreements of Google with Huawei, the Operating System giant can lose the 800 million users and this won’t stop Huawei from growing and taking on the 5G.
Huawei has been facing drastic news since the start of this year, being banned their Android license from Google, ending of their business with Qualcomm, Snapdragon and other U.S manufacturers and tech companies.
He also added in the statement that ending the terms with the Chinese Tech Giant, will put Google at a great loss as they will lose 700 to 800 million customers.
Huawei is looking forward to launch their new OS, HongMeng OS (Oak OS in other Countries except China),
Other reports are also suggesting that Huawei is also in talks with the Russian firms, to license Avrora OS as the possible replacement for Android.
Ren Zhengfei further stated that the Chinese Tech-giant decision on Android replacement, will slow down their growth and hinder in the Company’s goal of beating the competitor Samsung in Sales.
Huawei will start using its own in its products by the end of December, as the OS is expected to launch in September and October of 2019.
The new Huawei HongMeng OS will be compatible with all the android apps, and to feature the Android apps, Huawei is in talks with the Portugal Aptoide store to create apps for Huawei’s own apps store.
In the recent news around the globe, Huawei has also managed to be the biggest supplier of the 5G equipment worldwide, with a total 50 commercial deals around the globe.
The Chinese company has shipped more than 1,50,000 base stations around the world to set up 5G networks, up from just 1,00,000 stations just two weeks ago.