Earlier this week, heads of the FBI, NSA, and CIA in the United States announced that they do not condone any U.S. citizen purchasing a phone made by Huawei. The United States has expressed a disinterest in Huawei many times in the past, and we saw this have a serious impact on the company as pressure from the U.S. government thwarted plans for Huawei's Mate 10 Pro to launch on AT&T and Verizon Wireless later this year.
The head of the FBI claims that there's concern allowing a company like Huawei to "gain positions of power inside our telecommunications network" due to the U.S. and China not sharing the same values.
This backlash against Huawei has caused a stir with many consumers, and commenting on this matter, this is what some of our forum users had to say.
With that said, we'd now like to pass a question on to you — Will you continue to buy Huawei phones despite all the backlash from the U.S. government?
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