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20 thoughts on “Huawei – AT&T deal is off, Triple Bluetooth Battery Life – Galaxy J2 Pro Official

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  2. With Lobbyists in our politicians back pocket I wouldn't be supprised if Samsung and Apple had something to do with this awful decision just to protect their sales. It's a shame because Huawei has great and innovative products. Glad I could pick up my Mate 10 on Ebay but the majority of buyers go through carriers that have limited choices.

  3. America is a free country,I doubt it.China has opened the door many year.Apple,intel has earned so much money in China.It’s surely trade protectionism.I’m shamed of that.

  4. What I personally think ? Apart from realising that the Cold War isn't over, I was thinking that we should all do our best to get along with everyone on this planet, regardless of belief, age, sex, race, nationality and other such particularities.

  5. Sorry but the Racism comment is the stupidest thing I have heard you say. What phones aren't made in China? I will give you credit you tied the "republicans" into the racism quite quickly. I had no idea you are a moonbat

  6. I'm disappointed that you brought racism into the reasoning of why the US government might get involved between Huawei and ATT. It just boggles my mind. If that is they case then why does Alacatel sell their phones via T-Mobile and ZTE via ATT? Or maybe more likely these committee people have info that we don't that says we should be worried about Huawei specifically. And wasn't it not long ago another Chinese phone manufacturer was caught skimming data off of users phones?

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