NotAnOpinion, 17 Nov 2020And just a few days ago, Huawei still lied about the Honor sell off by stating: “It is stil... moreNo real reason for a ban though as honor isn't involved in the 5g network business so it can't realistically be considered a security threat just from selling consumer goods
Dominique, 17 Nov 2020Will they be acquiring it back if the new US President lifts the BAN?As many times that has been answered everywhere, if you still have to ask, don't worry about it. Your mind won't allow the truth.
And just a few days ago, Huawei still lied about the Honor sell off by stating:
“It is still in the rumor stage"
The bad news is, Honor's new owner also has ties to the CCP, so, I don't see any new relieve from the USs sanctions to supply 5G, etc. to this new Honor thing here.
This is not a victory for Huawei, if anything, the shit just now really hit the fan.
Will they be acquiring it back if the new US President lifts the BAN?
I bought an Honor because it was always supported by Huawei. Now the future of this brand is always unclear. So bad to hear it
They had no option. Their phones are almost all out of stock in China due to lack of components and prices of the ones that are available are more expensive than they were 6 months ago due to the severe shortage of supply
Sold to another entity to avoid any ban further for a sister brand but with a straw man/woman at the helm ?