The announcement confirmed a report by German business newspaper Handelsblatt, which stated that a review of the current draft of security requirements permits Huawei to provide 5G services in Germany.
According to Huawei's Q3 2019 report, the company has signed more than 60 5G commercial contracts with the world's leading operators.
Its newest Mate 30 smartphone - which lacks access to a licensed version of Google's Android operating system - started sales last month. But the impact of trade restrictions on the company's earnings is not expected to be fully felt until the end of the year.
Huawei's high-end devices, priced at over 4,000 yuan, did particularly well. That's a significant number, given the company's smartphone shipments were stagnant at 59 million units for the first two quarters each.
"The Q3 result is truly impressive given the tremendous pressure the company is facing".
The stability in the vendor's mobile phone business has surprised many, with shipments exceeding 185 million units in the first three quarters of 2019 - up 26 per cent year on year. Based on the company's previous statements and estimates from market research firm Strategy Analytics, that indicates a 29 per cent surge in third-quarter smartphone shipments. That was faster than the 23.2% gain reported for the first half.
"Our continued strong performance in Q3 shows our customers' trust in Huawei, our technology and services, despite the actions and unfounded allegations against us by some national governments", Huawei spokesman Joe Kelly told Reuters.
The decision comes after heavy pressure from the U.S.to urge worldwide allies to resist partnerships with Huawei over fears of espionage, fraud, and intellectual property theft.
The contrast could not be more striking between industry enthusiasm for Huawei's products and U.S. allegations - denied by the company - that its gear contains "back doors" open to cyber spies.
Several 5G networks in the United Kingdom have launched with Huawei technology in the last few months, despite concerns expressed by MPs over national security.