The Chinese telephone company Huawei has broken all relations with the United States denouncing the government for preventing the sale of its devices and services in the North American country.
Such has been the dispute that Huawei is already working on a plan B to completely disengage from all US companies if necessary, as reported by Xataka .
The CEO of Huawei, Richard Yu, has confirmed that they have their own operating system, as an alternative to the classic Android that until now have housed all their mobile phones. What might be called Kirin OS could be the starting point for new smartphone models and different home automation devices.
The operating system is now ready and could be used in both mobile phones and personal computers, for which the Chinese company is betting with its MacBook laptops, as reported by German media Welt.
“We have prepared our own operating system, if it ever happens that we can no longer use these systems (Android and Windows), we would be ready, that’s our plan B. But, of course, we prefer to work with the ecosystems of Google and Microsoft.”