Kriegsherr, 25 Mar 2019A FACT is a FACT. It has nothing to do with racism. The ethical practice is different in diffe... morewhile i partially agree that politics is somehow connected. i do believe that as a tech website, what our major concern here are well the marvels in technology and innovation. we must establish a fine line between the tech we are talking about and the politics that is connected to it. while i am not saying that huawei or any chinese tech is innocent, i do believe that some shady things could be in the works(who doesnt anyways, america included) . however as i enter this website or any tech website, i set aside those presumptions because frankly thats not what i came here for. here in this tech website, i see tech at face value, its features and innovation. thats why i also give respect for these companies for the contribution and work they did for the tech world.
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2019First, this is a tech website. If you want a political debate, go somewhere else. Second, what... moreA FACT is a FACT. It has nothing to do with racism. The ethical practice is different in different parts of the world. China is not out of this world. If you can't agree, its your problem. Not mine.
And about politics: zte getting support from their government is not a hidden issue. So even though it's a tech related matter, it's not unrelated to politics too.
Kriegsherr, 22 Mar 2019If you can take the subsequent steps of the debate on spying allegation, open world is not for... moreFirst, this is a tech website. If you want a political debate, go somewhere else. Second, what you said about Chinese people's ethics was pure racism, which does not belong to anywhere. Third, the so-called spy allegations against Huawei have never been proved by anyone. British and Germany have been testing/monitoring Huawei's devices for many years and never found any evidence supporting the allegations. The wireless carriers in Europe said the US government failed to provide evidence too. All the Americans said is Huawei "could" do so.
Anonymous, 22 Mar 2019Keep these political racism agenda to yourself and get out of this tech website.If you can take the subsequent steps of the debate on spying allegation, open world is not for you. Lock the door and sit tight.
Kriegsherr, 22 Mar 2019Nope. I am not. But i am saying based on the reality.the ethical standards in china arw differ... moreKeep these political racism agenda to yourself and get out of this tech website.
Anonymous, 22 Mar 20195 camera in square shape haha I look forward to seeing that phone So do I. They might just make it a rectangle
xXENDER FREAKXx, 22 Mar 2019Well, these are the types of people you'll usually see here, regardless of what brand it may beHuawei and Apple get most of them...Huawei especially attract all kind of people with political agenda witch is pointless on tech site like gsma....go figure ?
Shui8, 22 Mar 2019Lol i thought so its not Nokia 9. While it nails on photography, it fails a lot on video recor... moreThe Xperia 1 is actually pretty good, but it's actually a different phone with 5 cameras coming late in the year
Nick Tagataka, 22 Mar 2019Then it must be Mate 30 Pro.Ha, not bad. You got it right in the first shot. Well done dude
Vasra, 22 Mar 2019No, Sony can't do that and LG? Don't make me laugh 😁Neither actually
Whackcar, 22 Mar 2019I'm stumped. You might as well tell me this time. :) Nick is actually right, it's the Mate 30 Pro. The combination of the Kirin 990 and five fu:king cameras should be quite the beast
Having spent some time with a prototype Xperia 1 recently I can say that while it won't match the P30 Pros amazing zoom capabilities it will certainly give it a run for money in actual image quality. A lot of people are writing Sony off and I don't blame them, the XZ2 and XZ3 cameras were extremely poor but they are about to surprise a lot of people with the X1.
MadMel, 22 Mar 2019gathering place for all kind of weirdos...Huawei somehow attract them.Well, these are the types of people you'll usually see here, regardless of what brand it may be
Anonymous, 21 Mar 2019Note: Huawei has stopped providing official bootloader unlock codes for its devices. Therefore... moreThis is pretty much irrelevant to what the article is saying, but nice try though
Kriegsherr, 22 Mar 2019Nope. I am not. But i am saying based on the reality.the ethical standards in china arw differ... morehmm. i dont really care which country my phone or its oem is domiciled. either ways, these devices collect information about me. its not like im into porn or anything. not the end of the world for me. but tell me, if huawei is not china based, would this security concerns cease? because if it will, dont you think its a lil bias, simply because they operate different from the norms. dont lecture me on chinese laws. im a lawyer.
BigDisplay, 22 Mar 2019I guess u are from US...Nope. I am not. But i am saying based on the reality.the ethical standards in china arw different than the rest of the world. They don't even care about those. If your support for China comes from the hatred/dislike towards west, i have nothing to say.