TheProperGentleman, 18 May 2018Look, no one cares if the Chinese are spying on us. People care about a good phone, they won't... moreNot only that, but this Chinese stereotyping needs to stop. These Chinese manufacturers are businesses just like any other, just out here trying to make some money. It's one planet earth and we need to stop acting like anyone is lesser than the other.
Anonymous, 17 May 2018Honestly, no one cares as long as the phone is good, which it is.Agreed. Have my honor 9 for almost six months, with no lags. Got Oreo about two months ago and it's still like brand new. Their phones just work. I guess that's to be expected though when a company makes its own soc's and software.
Romie Lee, 17 May 2018whether this is true or not, the first things we should really worry is.. the security and rep... moreI have an Honor 9. Its works as intended, and its got the standard android security. I also haven't noticed anything out of the ordinary. Huawei doesn't seem to be interested in that stuff anyway. Seems like they just want people to like their phones, and we do.
Anonymous, 18 May 2018I guess Europe likes chine design LOL forget Rolex buy seikowhat do you know about seiko? it is from japan. obviusly nothing. seiko has tech swiss can only dream. my friend is omega certified for repair watches. he said seiko is years ahead with tecnology swiss cant make it.
Why is US still fighting China about privacy violations?
Anyways, this is a good start for the company to gain more profits.
I guess Europe likes chine design LOL forget Rolex buy seiko
Romie Lee, 17 May 2018whether this is true or not, the first things we should really worry is.. the security and rep... moreLook, no one cares if the Chinese are spying on us. People care about a good phone, they won't give a damn about privacy. To be honest, the US is spying on the whole world and you don't see people complaining. Heck, the FBI hacked an iPhone without having a backdoor from Apple. So before you complain about how the Chinese government is spying on you, you should think about the US government. I study in the US, and I own a P10 Plus. I know that my data is known by the US spy agencies.
If you care about your data, don't use a smartphone. It's this simple.
Romie Lee, 17 May 2018whether this is true or not, the first things we should really worry is.. the security and rep... moreLol. US is doing much worse than what China is "supposedly" doing in installing spyware. US is the biggest privacy violator in the world (thanks to the leaks from Snowden and Wikileaks) with US companies like Facebook being the biggest offenders, as well as US government agencies. US wanted to ban Chinese brands because they won't allow their phones to have US spyware and backdoors to spy on customers.
Lots of promotion BS....The 64 GB phone in any color still available from every major retailer here in France for 400 €...
But no memory card, so no buy for me. I will get the P20 lite even with lower specs...
I'd get it if it had Bluetooth 5.0 and USB Type-C wasn't just 2.0 speed
Romie Lee, 17 May 2018whether this is true or not, the first things we should really worry is.. the security and rep... moreHow about what the US government and the EU are doing with their tech products? It's not only the chinese gov!
Anonymous, 17 May 2018These claims are nothing more than marketing.Honestly, no one cares as long as the phone is good, which it is.
whether this is true or not, the first things we should really worry is.. the security and reputation of these chinese manufacturers. we should pray that they were currently no partnership between them and the Chinese government and the cheap price utimate package thing isn't a trap like a Trojan horse. Not hating Chinese OEM's/brand companies etc.. I just thinking and worrying about these possibilities. No and never a Chinese phone for me!
These claims are nothing more than marketing.
Anonymous, 17 May 2018Phone is good(specs wise) with ok price but i wish that is smaller and more pocket friendly.Its the most compact flagship