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China's Huawei to offer smartphone for high-end market

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So with this cellphone the Chinese Army will be able to not only make lots of $$ but also spy on us??

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The US Congress last year warned network equipment supplied by Huawei could be used for spying and called for its exclusion from government contracts and acquisitions.

Sort of sounds more like the US government can't listen in on these devices so has made up some story about them

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For most people phones aren`t just about the hardware - software is key. Are these new models still using Microsoft OS?

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For most people phones aren`t just about the hardware - software is key. Are these new models still using Microsoft OS?

Android 4.2

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I got an Ascend G510 because I needed something temporary for a year while I was back home. It's a decent phone. Big screen which is very accurate with its touch sensitivity, Android 4.1, decent batter life, and way cheaper than HTC, Sony and Samsung; can't complain about it really.

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I won't support anything high end from China starting today. Here in Canada, the chinese are hiring only chinese. I've heard similar things from Japanese, Korean, American and European locals.

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EastAsiaForeigner: The best bet is not to buy anything made in China at all, starting from all household items, computers, gadgets, clothing, shoes, etc.

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Are these new models still using Microsoft OS?

Ive had two of their models and they never used MS as far as I know

the chinese are hiring only chinese.

Of course its only Chinese that do that kind of discrimination isn't it? I think not.

The best bet is not to buy anything made in China at all, starting from all household items, computers, gadgets, clothing, shoes, etc.

I agree, I'm going to trash every thing I have made in China, oh wait a minute, thats just about every electrical item in the entire world if you include non Chinese made items that contain some Chinese parts.

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