Huawei has been through a lot lately. It faced a blanket ban from American tech companies, including Google. Rumor mills suggested that future Huawei phones won’t come with Android’s upcoming unnamed Q OS. This didn’t deter Huawei in any way. Rumors claimed that Huawei started developing its own operating system, which came to be known as Hongmeng OS. It even went on to win the award for Best Smartphone 2019 Award of Asia Mobile Awards at MWC Shanghai.
Last week, a Huawei executive confirmed that Huawei is ready to roll out for its users. Anonymous reports claim that the software could roll out as early as October 2019. As it turns out, Huawei has got an “extension” from Google. What it means is that Huawei is unbanned for 90 days and can claim temporary licenses for using services.
Another report claimed that Huawei’s phones have made it to the early list of Android Q upgrades. Huawei’s 2019 flagship, the P30 Pro dethroned Google Pixel 3 as the best smartphone camera. It sports a quad-lens boasting various lens and POVs.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said, “Huawei’s 5G will absolutely not be affected. In terms of 5G technologies, others won’t be able to catch up with Huawei in two or three years. The current practice of US politicians underestimates our strength.”
It’s yet to be seen if Huawei will be permanently unbanned from the US.