But should the situation get worse, the Chinese tech giant is prepared to use its own proprietary operating systems in its many mobile products. In April 2018, ZTE, also from China, was banned from receiving exports from U.S. suppliers including Qualcomm chips and Google Android OS for its phones, effectively shutting it down until the ban's lifting in July 2018.
A Huawei exec has told German news site Die Welt that it has made a backup OS for PCs and smartphones in the event that its troubles with the United States government prevent it from using Windows and Android on their PCs and smartphones.
"We have prepared our own operating system".
In response to a query whether Huawei has thought about developing its own operating system if the company's products need to become non-reliant on Google and Microsoft, Yu responded positively and revealed that the company has already done so.
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Meng is wanted in the USA on fraud and conspiracy charges related to accusations of violating sanctions on Iran - allegations China has dismissed as a politically motivated attack.
The OS has been rumoured for years, but Huawei confirmed its viability with the South China Morning Post saying it could be used if the company were cut off from Android or Windows. He added that Huawei's customers love Android and Windows and it will always remain its first choices.
Australia has made its sovereign decision, says Marise Payne. "We don't expect to use them, and to be honest, we don't want to use them", the Huawei spokesperson reportedly said.
The US has long accused Huawei of spying at the behest of the Chinese government, but tension between the two has reached new highs since the start of 2018, culminating in the recent arrest of CFO Meng Wanzhou-the daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei.