1. Mafiatounes's Avatar
    The US bullying the world economics for its own benefit made me buy a Huawei P30 Pro which should arive today. Really US politics are the worst they think they can do whatever they want but at a certain point a lot of nations will start to retaliate i am sure of it
    07-23-2019 07:25 AM
  2. Golurk's Avatar
    I feel that whatever the security concerns about Huawei’s 5G tech are, such an indiscriminate blanket ban is regrettable as it hurts consumers.
    09-08-2019 08:24 AM
  3. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    We have so many choices here that I don’t think most USA consumers really care. We’re really more interested with other bigger issues.
    09-08-2019 09:03 AM
  4. chanchan05's Avatar
    Vodaphone in EU found in 2009 and 2011 that Huawei equipment had backdoors on it that would allow them unauthorized access to internet data of consumers. They reported it to Huawei who assured them that it would be fixed.

    Fast forward 2018 when the USA found vulnerabilities in Huawei equipment, leading to the eventual trade war. Further investigation stated that those backdoors Vodaphone found remain, yet they continue to outsource their equipment from Huawei.

    It's not like it's unfounded. The phones however are caught in the crossfire because it wasn't the phones that were problematic with backdoors but the infrastructure equipment.
    The US bullying the world economics for its own benefit made me buy a Huawei P30 Pro which should arive today. Really US politics are the worst they think they can do whatever they want but at a certain point a lot of nations will start to retaliate i am sure of it
    09-13-2019 12:30 AM
  5. Golurk's Avatar
    Vodaphone in EU found in 2009 and 2011 that Huawei equipment had backdoors on it that would allow them unauthorized access to internet data of consumers. They reported it to Huawei who assured them that it would be fixed.

    Fast forward 2018 when the USA found vulnerabilities in Huawei equipment, leading to the eventual trade war. Further investigation stated that those backdoors Vodaphone found remain, yet they continue to outsource their equipment from Huawei.

    It's not like it's unfounded. The phones however are caught in the crossfire because it wasn't the phones that were problematic with backdoors but the infrastructure equipment.
    UK intelligence services have ruled out Chinese State Interference with Huawei communications technology. The problem are software flaws and bugs which have been and are being fixed.
    09-21-2019 01:09 AM
  6. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    UK intelligence services have ruled out Chinese State Interference with Huawei communications technology. The problem are software flaws and bugs which have been and are being fixed.
    Can you post a source link for everyone?
    09-21-2019 10:58 AM
  7. Golurk's Avatar
    Sorry, that was badly worded. I should’ve said ‘can be contained’. My apologies.

    Here id the link:

    https://www.theguardian.com/technolo...hina-eavesdrop
    09-22-2019 04:03 AM
  8. Mafiatounes's Avatar
    Vodaphone in EU found in 2009 and 2011 that Huawei equipment had backdoors on it that would allow them unauthorized access to internet data of consumers. They reported it to Huawei who assured them that it would be fixed.

    Fast forward 2018 when the USA found vulnerabilities in Huawei equipment, leading to the eventual trade war. Further investigation stated that those backdoors Vodaphone found remain, yet they continue to outsource their equipment from Huawei.

    It's not like it's unfounded. The phones however are caught in the crossfire because it wasn't the phones that were problematic with backdoors but the infrastructure equipment.
    I agree it is a possibility it happened however this is happening with a lot of companies US or international ones, Intel, MS, Google and so on aside from this what about Wikileaks, Snowden and so on it seems like the guilty one is blaming another guilty one to me.
    11-18-2019 12:27 PM
  9. ptkelly's Avatar
    The US bullying the world economics for its own benefit made me buy a Huawei P30 Pro which should arive today. Really US politics are the worst they think they can do whatever they want but at a certain point a lot of nations will start to retaliate i am sure of it
    Really? You buy electronics for political reasons? If politics drove my purchasing I wouldn't have anything made by Google or Apple.

    I bought a Hauwei p30 pro because of the absolutely fantastic camera and I haven't had so much fun in years.
    11-30-2019 10:01 AM
  10. Mafiatounes's Avatar
    Really? You buy electronics for political reasons? If politics drove my purchasing I wouldn't have anything made by Google or Apple.

    I bought a Hauwei p30 pro because of the absolutely fantastic camera and I haven't had so much fun in years.
    Yes indeed wanted the phone before any ban took place, at that time it was not very clear if they would ban Huawei completely from selling anything. And it is not as you insinuate i wanted this phone for the cam, battery life and so on off course.
    12-07-2019 07:52 AM
  11. ptkelly's Avatar
    Yes indeed wanted the phone before any ban took place, at that time it was not very clear if they would ban Huawei completely from selling anything. And it is not as you insinuate i wanted this phone for the cam, battery life and so on off course.
    Insinuate? I don't insinuate. I respond appropriately to direct statements such as, "The US bullying the world economics for its own benefit made me buy a Huawei P30 Pro ...." That statement, combined with the fact that the post was not in the Huawei forum but rather the political forum led me to clarify that I bought the Huawei P30 Pro not for politics because it's a fantastic camera and a very good phone with a less than comfortable EMUI.
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    12-13-2019 06:57 AM
  12. Golurk's Avatar
    Either way, the P30 (Pro) is a fantastic and class-leading device. 5x periscope zoom, RYYB (instead of RGB) and a ToF sensor are examples of some of the headline and brilliant features it introduced into the mainstream industry (Honor is more niche and part of Huawei, even though they introduced the ToF sensor first).

    Would I buy a phone for political reasons? No. But regarding the P30 Pro, it is indeed an awesome device...so political reasons could be a bonus?
    12-17-2019 09:06 AM
  13. Mafiatounes's Avatar
    Insinuate? I don't insinuate. I respond appropriately to direct statements such as, "The US bullying the world economics for its own benefit made me buy a Huawei P30 Pro ...." That statement, combined with the fact that the post was not in the Huawei forum but rather the political forum led me to clarify that I bought the Huawei P30 Pro not for politics because it's a fantastic camera and a very good phone with a less than comfortable EMUI.
    This is in the political part because it was about the political side of things related to Huawei. A post about me liking the phone and its features is not suposed to be in the political forums i guessed..

    Just to be clear it did indeed made me buy the P30 pro and i will not buy a phone just to make a point (since it won't) if i don't like the product and it's features, i liked it a lot hence my decision to buy in first place, the politics started at that time so it accelerated my decision to buy the phone before any ban took place (which at that time was not clear if there would be an impact on existing phone models GMS/Playstore).

    So these are facts and you could of asked normally more info which was missing in the first post since it was a rant.

    Again in youre mind you thought you had it worked out (insinuated)...
    12-19-2019 03:23 AM

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