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Huawei Mate 10 Pro Unlocked Phone, 6" 6GB/128GB, AI Processor, Dual Leica Camera, Water Resistant IP67, GSM Only - Midnight Blue (US Warranty) $549.98

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I bought this phone two weeks ago and absolutely love it! Now it dropped $100 more so jump on it! I was waiting for the P20 Pro but decided this would be a more affordable choice and so close in features. Considered the Samsung S9 Plus but this phone beat it in many tests and I have to say I'm impressed. Beautiful design, awesome screen, super battery life (4000maH), I like 98% of the improvements they've made with the OS that make it must easier to use with many shortcuts. Super fast and sharp camera was a big plus. Bestbuy also has it for the same price right now.

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Been reposted couple of times,
reason for TD,just so you know
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Been reposted couple of times,
reason for TD,just so you know
OP's name explains the reason for the repost.
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OP's name explains the reason for the repost.
Yup,lol
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No bixby no deal ....


That said I'm wary to buy Chinese tech after what we just found out chinese government received a lot of info from the above manufacturer

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www....ersecurity [google.com]
That info is on Google. Hmm, I wonder why Google a phone manufacturer wouldn't want us to buy from competition.
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That info is on Google. Hmm, I wonder why Google a phone manufacturer wouldn't want us to buy from competition.
I searched for the article with google search engine..but you can find it with yahoo...bing..ask jevees or ask a friend as well

it was reported by bbc, reuters, AP and other news organizations...I picked a random publisher

here is without google https://www.theverge.com/2018/6/8...ersecurity
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I searched for the article with google search engine..but you can find it with yahoo...bing..ask jevees or ask a friend as well

it was reported by bbc, reuters, AP and other news organizations...I picked a random publisher

here is without google https://www.theverge.com/2018/6/8...ersecurity
I understand but I've had my info stolen from other phones, credit cards, and thieves who steal it while we use it
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That info is on Google. Hmm, I wonder why Google a phone manufacturer wouldn't want us to buy from competition.
You clearly didn't even click the link. It's not from Google. It's a link to a Google search result which goes to a non-Google site. But it can be confirmed from many other sources as well.

I mean, it's your identity and you can do what you'd like with it of course. But this just comes across as willfully lazy.
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You clearly didn't even click the link. It's not from Google. It's a link to a Google search result which goes to a non-Google site. But it can be confirmed from many other sources as well.

I mean, it's your identity and you can do what you'd like with it of course. But this just comes across as willfully lazy.
What I am trying to say is if you're worried about stuff stolen then don't give your card in a drive thru, in a restaurant. Heck some places have a reader attached under the machine and you don't even know if it's being stolen. What I am saying is if you gonna not buy the phone for those reasons than you should use only cash as a method of payment
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What I am trying to say is if you're worried about stuff stolen then don't give your card in a drive thru, in a restaurant. Heck some places have a reader attached under the machine and you don't even know if it's being stolen. What I am saying is if you gonna not buy the phone for those reasons than you should use only cash as a method of payment
Yeah, I get that you're saying that. And it's lazy, and wrong.

There's a difference between a company purposely giving it away and a place getting hacked. A big difference. And you didn't even care enough to click the link to educate yourself about it. Just "hurr de durr, I'm going to be a victim anyway, may as well pay them to do it on purpose!"

I've had my card stolen once in about ten years. Know how I perform this black magic? I don't give my info to places that are known and famous for selling my information. You apparently don't care, and we see where it's gotten you.
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Yeah, I get that you're saying that. And it's lazy, and wrong.

There's a difference between a company purposely giving it away and a place getting hacked. A big difference. And you didn't even care enough to click the link to educate yourself about it. Just "hurr de durr, I'm going to be a victim anyway, may as well pay them to do it on purpose!"
You do what you have to do. Take it easy
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All Chinese companies, private or state owned, are under Chinese government control. Do not use their devices even if they are free.

I know how they work because I was born and raised there. There is no privacy for its citizens at all under Chinese government control.
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Actually a very very nice phone, but with them backing away from the US market, even negelecting all the government stuff, updates are probably going to fall away. Would not really recommend when there are other phones at similar prices.
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