Huawei claims it has already sold over a million Mate 30 phones

01 October 2019
That's Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro combined. Things peaked at 100,000 in a minute. As a reminder, these are available only in China right now.

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CrunchLife, 17 Oct 2019More like Trump is the one who is flipping with decisions r... moreThat's also my fear and most of the Huawei users though legally, Google can't breach any old issued license or approval against any Android OEM. So if they allowed Mate 30 series to have it and there's another Trump ban again then it'll only affect P40 and Mate 40 series.

Dominique, 16 Oct 2019Guess you know the MS phone story back then compared to Hua... moreMore like Trump is the one who is flipping with decisions rather. Google is sandwiched in between because of Trump. I will be very glad to get myself a Mate 30 Pro if the ban is lifted for good. Just afraid that Trump may change his decisions again suddenly.

CrunchLife, 08 Oct 2019Well, MS invited developers to their long gone Windows Phon... moreGuess you know the MS phone story back then compared to Huawei now. BTW, recent update looks like Google will be allowing new Huawei phones starting from the Mate 30 series to have their apps again as they know that they'll be losing revenues as well.

[deleted post]Part C:

They also mention "forced use of Google DNS", by a Google owned app, as malware behavior. By this strict standard indeed there is no place on earth without malwares, YET, this standard does not help your Huawei ***-kissing. Your source swings all over the place and does not paint Apple in particularly bad light, since it's all bad.

You attempt to whitewash Huawei by badmouthing Apple, in this sense your link fails you. Also you cow(decensor)ardly evaded all Huawei's lies apart from the privacy concerns covered by the GNU, which is only one aspect of many. In those other aspects, Huawei is the clear king of lies. Your link only proves that nobody's clean, you did not disprove that Huawei is especially dirty, and I proved that. Actually you're living proof of my argument's authenticity.

[deleted post]Part B:

"In some areas, Apple is ahead. Most of Apple's own apps and services take care to either encrypt data or, even better, to not collect it in the first place. Apple offers a privacy setting called "Limit Ad Tracking" (sadly off by default) which makes it a little bit harder for companies to track you across apps, by way of a unique identifier for every iPhone.
And with iOS 12, Apple took shots at the data economy by improving the "intelligent tracking prevention" in its Safari web browser."
Right from the article your citation came from.

"More than 73% and 47% of mobile applications, from Android and iOS respectively share personal, behavioral and location information of their users with third parties."
Again notable advantage on the iOS side. Apple is quite clearly the lesser evil.

[deleted post]Your lies are still here, but at least I saved my rebukes, so you deserve to have them posted again.

Part A:
I'm not done with you, your link to the GNU's mess not only mentions universal backdoors, in which all mobile devices would be equal, but also mentions a specific Baidu library backdoor in tens of thousands of apps(Chinese, it so happens, as nobody else uses a Baidu library), which would be very hard to avoid if you specifically choose Google-less Huaweis thinking they're "secure" without Google!
Also mandatory backdoors that would be in Huaweis:
https://www.the inquirer.net/inquirer/news/3062910/lenovo-companies-working-in-china-may-have-to-install-local-backdoors
Yeah it may be in the NEX too, but certainly not in Apples.

johnwick, 07 Oct 2019Behold a Chinese hater. Huawei is an innovative company. Ma... more"Mate30 Pro beats any DSLR on market."
lmfao...anti-intellectual, brazenly presumptuous, scatterbrained boasts of Huawei which know no limits, you're the perfect specimen of a Huawei troll, no more need be said.

Ah, and FYI Ahlan/Kifu already tried framing me as "Chinese hater" and failed as I linked to my post weeks ago of me considering only a Vivo and an Asus as my next purchase, and if you don't consider Asus to be Chinese, you'll be in trouble with many more Chinese than you are in now.

For this current situation, guess I'll just be using my P30 while looking for other smartphone brands for my next upgrade. One thing is sure though, Sammy is still not on my list while options would be Sony, One+ and Nokia.

Dominique, 07 Oct 2019You may also add that Huawei is now inviting all those deve... moreWell, MS invited developers to their long gone Windows Phone platform too. But look where is WP now? Dead.... Do you think devs will even be keen on HMS comparing to the world wide usage of GMS?

[deleted post]Stop linking the same gru "news" over and over again. That article DID Not caught Apple red handed like Huawei. Those are just groundless claims declared by some self-praised "gurus". "We Germans know that US is making S*** up." Well, perhaps! So do you have proofs that US is making those up?? NO! So stop acting like you are the insider of all these. You are just an outsider reading news from everywhere like everyone else.

But the fact is, LZPlay can promote their APK to the read-only system partition in Android, WITH the SIGNED legit keys from Huawei! LZPlay is not part of Huawei and Huawei already denied everything about LZPlay. So how in the world can LZPlay get the SIGNED legit keys from Huawei to promote their unverified apps to be system level apps? This proved that either Huawei has leaked the keys on purpose or Huawei has been doing such backdoors crap since the very beginning before the trade wars fiasco. If this is not being caught red-handed, then what is it? Do you think we will believe all those BS articles which you have linked instead?

S Yu, 03 Oct 2019Behold, a typical Huawei troll who lies in the face of fact... moreBehold a Chinese hater. Huawei is an innovative company. Mate30 Pro score the number one spot on DxOmark. Mate30 Pro beats any DSLR on market.

CrunchLife, 07 Oct 2019There are already techies around using Mate 30 Pro FYI. Tho... moreYou may also add that Huawei is now inviting all those developers to share their works on this new horizon.

Dominique, 02 Oct 2019Risk takers for what? Phones in China are not using Google ... moreThere are already techies around using Mate 30 Pro FYI. Those are the risk takers. They were so proud of LZPlay in the very first place and they felt like they have outsmarted Google until Google plugged the backdoor.

[deleted post]Well, but they are not caught red-handed like Huawei did. And that's very dumb of Huawei because we all know these backdoor apps have private keys which are only available from Huawei. Also, Google and Apple will not misuse their "backdoors" which is very different from LZPlay because we have NO IDEA what this unknown source is going to do to our phones. Don't just follow blindly with the rest dragging Google and Apple along with this fiasco.

  • Anonymous

Probably half of those are on eBay for US and EU customers to buy.

  • Riezzow

LOL. Those who bought it must be working with their government. It's compulsory for them to buy it.

I hope they launch it outside of China.

[deleted post]Part C:

They also mention "forced use of Google DNS", by a Google owned app, as malware behavior. By this strict standard indeed there is no place on earth without malwares, YET, this standard does not help your Huawei ***-kissing. Your source swings all over the place and does not paint Apple in particularly bad light, since it's all bad.

You attempt to whitewash Huawei by badmouthing Apple, in this sense your link fails you. Also you cow (another boring censor) ardly evaded all Huawei's lies apart from the privacy concerns covered by the GNU, which is only one aspect of many. In those other aspects, Huawei is the clear king of lies. Your link only proves that nobody's clean, you did not disprove that Huawei is especially dirty, and I proved that. Actually you're living proof of my argument's authenticity.

[deleted post]Part B:

"In some areas, Apple is ahead. Most of Apple's own apps and services take care to either encrypt data or, even better, to not collect it in the first place. Apple offers a privacy setting called "Limit Ad Tracking" (sadly off by default) which makes it a little bit harder for companies to track you across apps, by way of a unique identifier for every iPhone.
And with iOS 12, Apple took shots at the data economy by improving the "intelligent tracking prevention" in its Safari web browser."
Right from the article your citation came from.

"More than 73% and 47% of mobile applications, from Android and iOS respectively share personal, behavioral and location information of their users with third parties."
Again notable advantage on the iOS side. Apple is quite clearly the lesser evil.

[deleted post]This isn't posting properly again, another try.

Part A:

I'm not done with you, your link to the GNU's mess not only mentions universal backdoors, in which all mobile devices would be equal, but also mentions a specific Baidu library backdoor in tens of thousands of apps(Chinese, it so happens, as nobody else uses a Baidu library), which would be very hard to avoid if you specifically choose Google-less Huaweis thinking they're "secure" without Google!
Also mandatory backdoors that would be in Huaweis:
https://www.the inquirer.net/inquirer/news/3062910/lenovo-companies-working-in-china-may-have-to-install-local-backdoors
Yeah it may be in the NEX too, but certainly not in Apples.