Huawei now claiming OS won't replace Android

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Part of Huawei's stand at the Ai Everything event in Dubai on May 1, 2019. Photo credit: Ben Mack

Huawei is now claiming its operating system (OS) won't replace Android.

The claims were published by China's state-run Xinhua news agency.

Huawei has faced increasing suspicion around the world - particularly in Western nations - over its alleged ties to the Chinese government and military.

Huawei denies the allegations.

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