Huawei is still "far from ready" from launching its own operating system, according to a report. The internal project to launch a Huawei OS "has had ups and downs and is far from clear," sources said.
earlier this week. On Tuesday, the US Commerce Department received the Chinese Technological Giant to update existing devices, temporarily ease restrictions on Huawei's access to US components and software entering the phones.
Despite the fact that Google's ban Huawei said Tuesday that the latest smartphone.
CNET's understanding is that Huawei does not have immediate plans to launch its own operating system and that the company is looking to launch one only if Android is permanently removed as an option for its smartphone customers.
Read: Huawei's Plan B Smartphone OS: What It Needs to Succeed
More than a year ago, CNET's sister site TechRepublic reported that Huawei had been working on its own operating system since 2012, in In case it was banned from Android.
Last week,and President Donald Trumpund signed a . Microsoft has also removed Huawei's MateBook laptops from its online store.
CNET can get a commission from retail.