Huawei has appointed the date of the presentation of its OS

HongMeng OS to beat Android and MacOS in terms of performance, claims Huawei

And while we all know the Hongmeng OS has a lot of storm to weather, the company's CEO and founder, Ren Zhengfei in a recent interview expressed confidence that the OS would have major issues with the popular OS.

One thing's for sure, we'll nearly certainly see more of HongMeng OS in the next month or two.

It's no secret that Huawei is working on its own OS, which it could employ on smartphones if the USA follows through with its Huawei ban, a ban which would see the Chinese manufacturer lose access to Google's vital Android services such as the Play Store, security updates and suite of Google apps.

Zhengfei's latest comments come shortly after Huawei received a big relief with the US President Donald Trump easing export controls on the American companies The brief ban on Huawei is expected to have a big financial impact on the Chinese company. The US seems to be pretty ambiguous about whether it will continue to ban Huawei from US goods and to what extent. Our employees are all very competent, so they would resign and start their own companies, leaving me alone to pay off our debts.

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With Huawei seeming likely to regain access to United States suppliers, the incentive to develop ones own operating system might seem reduced. When exactly that will happen remains unclear, as Huawei appears to still be blacklisted by the Department of Commerce. "I would rather die".

In an interview with Financial Times, Zhengfei denied that being added to the U.S. entities list have would much impact on its business since the most advanced part of its operations lies in the chips it makes, such as its Kirin processors.

Huawei, for its part, has consistently denied these allegations, and now, Ren Zhengfei, the company's CEO is trying once again to assuage the doubts among consumers about the company's data privacy practices.

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