Still, he stressed that would only happen if the company were completely stopped from using Google's and Microsoft's software.
A memo seen by the BBC is said to have told staff they were no longer allowed to "provide support, delivery technology (whether software, code, or other updates), engage in technical discussions, or otherwise discuss technical matters" with Huawei. However, the destiny of the new phones seems to be in peril with regards to the OS.
The Department of Commerce softened the measure Monday with a 90-day waiver for Huawei to upgrade software on its existing smartphones, but speculation is rampant that Intel, Qualcomm, and other United States suppliers will follow suit and cut off business ties with Huawei. Huawei's response to Google's decision may indicate that it's working on its own OS.
And according another Huawei exec-Richard Yu, CEO of its business consumer group-the Huawei-made operating system could debut as soon as this fall but might not arrive until spring 2020 at the latest. It means you can probably abandon any hope of seeing Android Q on any Huawei devices.
Now that Huawei's Android license has been revoked, the company is accelerating its operating system development efforts but per a new report from The Information, the platform is nowhere near completion.
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Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump on Monday threatened Iran with "great force" if it attacked US interests in the Middle East . Iran said on Tuesday that it would resist USA pressure, declining further talks under current circumstances.
"Who would dare to buy another Huawei phone again without Android, YouTube, CHPlay or Gmail?" asked another account named Khoa.
Additionally, putting another app store on Huawei smartphones doesn't solve the problem of missing Google Play Services support, which runs independently of the Play Store.
Whether Huawei can actually release this pan-device operating system as early as later this year, well, that claim is suspect, unless they've been working on it for some time.
The US restrictions that blocked Google from conducting business with Huawei, the second largest smartphone vendor in the world, will have negative repercussions on the company as well.