When the world is yet to feel the actual flavor of 5G technology, the Chinese telecom giant Huawei has started working on 6G cellular technology.
According to reports, Huawei confirmed The Logic that it had started the work on 6G cellular network or sixth generation cellular technology in its Canadian lab.
Huawei has reportedly talked to Canadian university researchers about developing the technology; however, an official of the company said, working on 6G is part of evolving the upcoming 5G technology.
After Trump once again made public that his government will not work with Huawei, though he might think otherwise if talks with Chinese counterpart went well for him, Huawei isn’t certain about working with Google and the rest of the US companies that provide Huawei hardware and software support.
To counter the effect and maintain the planned growth trajectory, it launched its own operating system for mobile phones and other devices, in case, Android stopped working on its phones.
Huawei also announced a 24% growth in mobile phone shipments in the first half of 2019 despite the ban but its founder Ren Zhengfei predicts a short term dip of revenue in the coming months.
Although the research work has started, Huawei forecasts 6G cellular technology can not be implemented before 2030, however, its plan to hire nearly 200 Canadian researchers for 6G technology that was made prior to the US ban is well in progress.