Tuesday July 14, 2020

Huawei is losing the trust war

The Chinese giant is launching top gadgets, but another security scare has now undermined its attempts to crack the western market

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
7th April, 2019

Huawei really just can’t help itself, can it? A week ago, these pages lauded the P30 Pro as the most important phone since the first iPhone and described it as having the muscle to make US consumers demand access to it.

It was exactly the type of statement Huawei needed to make after a second half to 2018 that saw lots of questions asked about the safety of using its devices. The one...

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