Huawei schedules a new product launch event for October 21

11 September 2021
It's expected to announce the P50 series for the global markets.

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  • Anonymous

Avon B7, 11 Sep 2021Almost all the US Command's communications in Afghanis... moreYou are spreading disinformation, the US military, and most other allies banned Huawei back in 2015, when intelligence first connected Huawei with the Chinese military. So, no, no military coms use Huawei in Afghanistan. Huawei is effectively banned from secure networks from Japan to Australia, to Germany, Italy, and Finland. The UK banned Huwaei in 2020 and the US just did, officially, this year. All for good reasons.

zrik, 11 Sep 2021Well, one good thing happen after all this US ban: they fin... moreYou never used Kirin chipset if You pull this crap. I am going to buy P50Pro, but ONLY with Kirin.

Anonymous, 11 Sep 2021Google spies on you. Good joke. Any proof?? Stop Spread... moreIt does. There is nothing that doesn't spies you.

Shui8, 11 Sep 2021Definitely a global P50 launch. Maybe with EMUI 12 (Android... moreIt's worth noting that that is true of smartphones only. HarmonyOS is already shipping on tablets, TVs, watches, routers etc outside China.

Avon B7, 11 Sep 2021Almost all the US Command's communications in Afghanis... moreWell said!

Great opinions Fella.
We all knew what US wants - PROTECTIONISM

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

[deleted post]Google spies on you. Good joke. Any proof??

Stop Spreading lies

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]If they don't want Spyware they will just buy an android phone and install a custom rom. No need to shell extra hundreds of dollars for a company which is about to dissappear.

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]Anyone who want third party apps won't buy Huawei phones.

Anonymous, 11 Sep 2021No, what I understand is that you are making unsubstantiate... moreAlmost all the US Command's communications in Afghanistan were over Huawei infrastructure. What does that tell you about 'national security'?

You can purchase Huawei routers in the US.

National security is not why Huawei has been 'banned' by some countries. National security is simply the excuse that some are using and some of those countries were literally bullied into banning Huawei. The UK's about turn is a classic example and is costing it billions in a slower roll out of 5G, forced rip and replace and having to pay more with basically only two providers to choose from.

Over 30 years of Huawei serving a third of the world's population's communications needs and nothing has ever appeared which would be considered a national security issue. The US has tried very hard to find some real evidence for over a decade and never found anything. When asked outright by a German official, the reply was 'a smoking gun is not necessary'.

Huawei is the most scrutised ICT company on the planet. Its ICT related source code in inspected continuously by governments like the UK government. A back door has never been found. You will find plenty of 'claims' on the Internet but you won't find the back doors.

Huawei offered its ENTIRE 5G technology stack for licencing to a US consortium. Source code included. Everything. The offer was rejected, and with it any notion of national security issues.

Current legal efforts within the US are based on re-opening previously settled civil cases. That's how desperate the US is.

In the extradition case for Huawei's CFO we now know that the US deliberately excluded slides from the famous PowerPoint presentation that effectively prove Meng's innocence. The US has even tried 'sting' operations against the company. Everything has failed.

In fact, such is the Keystone Cops nature of US efforts against Huawei, that if you go way back to when legal proceedings began, the US included a company that had no connection whatsoever with Huawei but simply had the word 'Huawei' in its name.

The irony of the US calling for 'clean' networks is not lost on the rest of the world when the US has proven to contaminate networks in virtually every way imaginable.

Then of course with have information about Operation Shotgiant etc.

In the meantime, Huawei is still allowed to operate in many Western countries. National Security? No.

This is protectionism, pure and simple. The US simply doesn't want China to overtake it in some areas. So it is trying to destroy Huawei (the Chinese tech champion). The effort will (in fact, is already) backfire in dramatic fashion as Huawei and China in general accelerate its plans for technological independence. An organisation representing the interests of over 1,000 US companies in the semi conductor industry wrote directly to the White House warning of the damage the Huawei ban would cause. That damage is now done but it will take a couple of years (Huawei claims around two) for the bigger impact to be registered.

  • Anonymous

Nick Tegrataker, 11 Sep 2021"The intelligence agencies in virtually every major We... moreNo, what I understand is that you are making unsubstantiated claims about matters you have no clue about.

Huawei is a company close to and partially funded by the Chinese military. Why would any western democracy employ its products in areas of national security? Because it's cheaper? That's stupid.

And don't make assumptions about what Western countries care about while spreading your conspiracy theories.

  • JT

YaY more harmony OS phone :)

  • TabMaster

Shui8, 11 Sep 2021Definitely a global P50 launch. Maybe with EMUI 12 (Android... moreNew huawei tablets have global version of HarmonyOS outside of china.

  • Galaxy Note10

Far aways happens 😶 To what me Genreal.

Anonymous, 11 Sep 2021No GMS is a bonus for me and othersFor me it's just no 5G

  • Anonymous

Shui8, 11 Sep 2021Definitely a global P50 launch. Maybe with EMUI 12 (Android... moreBut Huawei is already selling HarmonyOS-powered tablets and smart watches globally. So no HarmonyOS for phones only is strange.

Definitely a global P50 launch. Maybe with EMUI 12 (Android 11). No HarmonyOS outside from China currently.

Anonymous, 11 Sep 2021The intelligence agencies in virtually every major Western ... more"The intelligence agencies in virtually every major Western democracy have advised against using Huawei equipment in sensitive applications"
You do understand that it's mainly due to the fact that the US government has strongly pressured those countries not to use their equipment, right?

"facilitating spying on opposition figures in Zambia and Uganda"
That's not what the western countries are concerned about (which is the company allegedly spying on them in place of the government). Moreover, the said story has been originally released by WSJ and WSJ only - the validity of the news has not been confirmed by 3rd party organisations.

Anonymous, 11 Sep 2021Punished for spying. Lmao that couldn't possibly get furtherer from the truth.

Anonymous, 11 Sep 2021The intelligence agencies in virtually every major Western ... moreWhat information are you referring to that I presented as "spreading disinformation"??