Tensions between the US and China do not seem to come loose, and Huawei continues to be in a rather awkward position, having had to give up the Google app on their Android smartphones. To be heard is now the founder of the company, Ren Zhengfei, the World Economic Forum currently being held in Davos, Switzerland.
Zhengfei highlights how Huawei's managers have received training from numerous American experts, with substantial investments. In this way they learned the best way to manage a company as large and constantly expanding. The company's success has depended on short, also from the United States, who are in some way by exporting their management skills worldwide. Zhengfei invites Trump and Americans not obsess on Huawei's success, but does not deny it expected more hostility from the United States.
Despite the difficult situation with the Americans, the Android smartphone Huawei continue to sell and, above all, to be very well received by the trade press. The top of the range hardware feature of the highest level, with processors internally products (Kirin line Hisilicon) that do not have much to envy to the American Qualcomm Snapdragon. Huawei does not depend on anyone in terms of hardware, and is perfectly capable of producing the components of its smartphones.
Some doubt more for software, with quell'Harmony OS that people are talking about, but that still was immediate. The company's operating system will clash with Android in the near future, but for now are only promises and conjectures. First of all, the Huawei want to create lighter versions, designed for the Internet of Things and able to work on wearable devices. The way to achieve a comprehensive and complex ecosystem like that of Android is long, and costs much. Huawei certainly has the resources, but it will still have time.