Huawei Suddenly Strikes At Google With New ‘Fight’ To Beat Android. According to Wikipedia, Huawei technologies Ltd is a multinational technology company in China. The company designs develop and sells telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics. It was founded by Ren Zhengfei, a former deputy regimental chief in the people’s liberation army, in 1987.
The company also expands its business by including building telecommunications networks, providing operational and consuming services and equipment to enterprises inside and outside of China, manufacturing communications materials for consumers. In 2012 it overtook Ericsson as the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer across the world. As of December 2019, it has more than 194,000 employees.
Huawei Suddenly Strikes At Google With New ‘Fight’ To Beat Android
According to Forbes, Huawei chairman Guo Ping told employees during a pep talk that “ The world has been suffering for a long time” referring to the lock Google has on the Android ecosystem. He ended the executive silence on President Trump’s latest the salvo, cutting Huawei’s access to the chipsets powering its flagship smartphones. Guo Ping admitted that “the new sanctions would cause certain difficulties, most especially for high-end mobile phones,” he assured employees that he believes they can solve them.
Guo Ping remarks center on Huawei’s answer to the loss of google from those mobile phones. An alternative has been in the works since last year- part HarmonyOS operating system that can run across phones and other smart devices. But mostly the HMS replacement for Google mobile services, the apps, and underlying services that drive the Android ecosystem. Huawei currently has 600 million users on its ecosystem. This is the change that impacts all of those who stay with the brand.
Guo said “ the world is also looking forward to a new open system. And since Huawei helped Android to succeed, why not make our own system successful?” This devil is very much in the detail here. HMS may be bigger, brighter, and bolder, as Huawei claims, but the timing of its full HarmonyOS deployment on a smartphone remains unclear. However, reports that this would happen by the end of this calendar year, thus as soon as with the launch of the imminent Mate 40, have been denied.
He said to rally his audience “ HMS must have a foolish old man moving mountain spirit, no matter how high the mountain is, dig an inch or less, persist and fight for a long time, we will definitely succeed.”
What Is New In The HMS Remarks?
Furthermore, there’s nothing especially new in bullish HMS remarks. What is new, though, is the idea that anything can still be on track despite the admission from the company that it’s stockpiled custom chipsets will only see it through the launch of the Mate 40, with analysis assuming depletion early-ish next year. Currently, there’s no Plan-B, given that Trump has cut access to third-party alternatives.
Guo said “Don’t waste an opportunity in crisis?” he said that the latest US attack, telling his audience that Huawei will invest greatly in HiSilicon to overcome the impact of the US ban, albeit that will take time. He continued “ HiSilicon will grow stronger in several years,” suggesting that the US had created a situation that would ultimately work in Huawei’s favor, as long as everyone seized upon it. He also described the company’s decision to launch HMS as brave, and that it was not an easy decision for us, as a smartphone company, to develop our own Huawei mobile services ecosystem. It’s very challenging and difficult however we delivered a better than expected script for the first year.”
The company has maintained throughout its time on the US blacklist that it wants nothing more than a return to normal, where normal is google restored to its new devices. Although the longer this situation continues, the more one can assume Huawei isn’t going to backtrack on HMS, not given that it secures a future for the company’s smartphones that’s not reliant on the US tech.
However, Huawei execs have been notably diplomatic over the loss of google and their preference being to restore the relationship between the two organizations. Which makes these comments so remarkable. Thus, it’s a hard stance with surprisingly emotive language to take over google and the competitive landscape that may now emerge.
Google Is hard replacing, so lots of analysts suggest it is near impossible, that the chipsets problem is much worse. Although Huawei looks intent on playing a long- game, with the balance sheet to do so.
Based on the report by China’s state-controlled Global times, Guo compared cultivating HMS as a protracted war that Huawei is destined to win in the end, telling his audience (and Google) that it’s plausible to have two systems in a world. And also, Huawei will be able to survive and take the lead even in a hostile environment.