|Huawei's growth has been driven by delivering premium|
feel handsets at mid-range prices.
Tizen hasn't had the greatest gestation period and it isn't the greatest leap to see a difficult future for the Samsung backed platform. Yu's words might cause a little more concern at Microsoft, Huawei having been one of the OEMs that have struck with Windows Phone over the last couple of years. Yu's thoughts that Microsoft's platform is a tough sell isn't going to make great reading in Redmond.
Yu's comments are noteworthy given that Huawei now sits as number three OEM behind Samsung and Apple and at its current rate of growth looking to pass Apple for number two within the next twelve months.
Yu does identify some concerns with having to rely on Android, however I'm sure the recent announcement that the Chinese government is sourcing its own desktop and mobile platforms to reduce reliance on the rest will ease some of those worries.