The American website CNBC quoted Richard Yu, chief executive of the company's consumer division, as saying that the launch had been planned but had been put on hold.
Yu said the reason for the launch being put on hold was because the company was put on the US Entity List on 16 May.
That ban, imposed on Huawei and 68 of its affiliates, prevents the company from importing components from American companies without government approval. Some of the affiliates are in other countries like Canada, Japan, Brazil, the UK, Singapore and others.
The Information, a website which first reported the laptop yarn, said Huawei had planned to launch the new Windows laptop at the CES Asia trade show in Shanghai which runs from 11 to 13 June.
Yu said: "We cannot supply the PC", and added that the situation was "unfortunate".
A later launch was dependent on how long the Entity List would be there, he said.
Like most consumer and business PCs and laptops, Huawei's hardware also runs Windows. On 22 May, iTWire reported that Huawei laptops running Windows appeared to have disappeared from the Microsoft Store online.
Neither Microsoft nor Huawei responded to requests for comment at the time.
iTWire has asked Huawei for comment on the delay of the laptop launch.