Once Huawei OS Harmoney will Become Operational, It will Affect Google- Huawei CEO

The CEO of Huawei Ren Zhengfei, has once again threatened the US government. He said that the company is working on the Harmoney Operating System. Once this operating system will become operational, it will have bad effects on companies like Google. He also said that its influence will be so widespread that there will be no turning back from there. For the very first time, the company has revealed how US trade ban and its sanctions have hurt it badly. He said the absence of Play store and other big apps like Maps, was too much and Huawei was not expecting this kind of unjust from such a big country. However, it has learnt now and worked on Huawei OS Harmoney, which will break all records of the past.

Huawei OS Harmoney will Break all Records

While giving an interview, Huawei CEO said that if the US government keep on restricting US companies to do trade, it will only keep on gaining more competitors. He clearly said that if Huawei will not be allowed to work with US suppliers, it will work on their alternatives and when they get mature they will pose a serious competition to US companies.

He said:

If Huawei is forced to resort to alternative” to Google, it will only harm US companies. It  is a critical moment for all of us, I hope the US government can consider what’s best for American companies,”

 

Ren further said that becoming top players in the Android world is totally possible it will just need some more time. He further added that what the US government did with Huawei was Unlawful.

The story of Huawei trade ban is old now and it’s been more than nine months and every time the company get an extension to continue trade with the US companies. Only time will tell when this drama of jealousy and rivalry will end.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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