Even if Samsung manages to pull off an August launch alongside the Galaxy Note 10, the Mate X is likely to be welcomed with open arms in September for a couple of reasons. That impacts Huawei's ability to acquire components for its phones as well as the software that powers its devices. Samsung gave it a try with Tizen and Microsoft's mobile efforts with Windows didn't workout either, so it's no surprise that Huawei has been busy with its own solution that's been under development going as far back as 2012.
The company has denied its products pose a security threat.
Since then however America's trade war with China has exploded, with Huawei one of the main victims, and the company has now told CNBC and The Wall Street Journal that it was postponing the launch to September, up from its earlier target of June.
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Huawei has not yet revealed the details about its OS but the applications to trademark the operating system show that it wants to use Hongmeng for gadgets ranging from smartphones and portable computers to robots and auto televisions. The AppGallery is said to have seen the involvement of more than 560,000 developers.
The operating system being developed by Huawei will need to run across its desktop and mobile platforms to ensure that it can continue to deliver smartphones and PC hardware to customers without the support of Microsoft and Google.
Huawei says its place on the Entity List doesn't impact the Mate X's ability to use Google's Android operating system, since the phone was announced well before the US government took its latest action against the company.
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The Global Times also recently reported that Huawei's upcoming operating system would be much faster than Android. If all the phones do get the update, Google risks losing significant Android market share.
Initial rumors pointed at Huawei's in-house Ark OS and it's supposed to go out sometime in October but sources familiar with the matter state that the Chinese tech giant is considering another alternative as well - Sailfish OS. It suggests that the Chinese firm may soon launch the 5G enabled Mate X foldable phone in China. A spokesperson for Huawei told CNBC that the company is now running more tests for the device after Samsung's foldable device broke down.
Huawei accounted for around 4 per cent of the company's overall sales past year.
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