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it's a fair price for 2017 model year flagship smartphone, compared with same era other major competitors: Note8 iphoneX Pixel2 etc
(samsung s9 released in 2018 with lower configuration, used to be $300 in costco)

also, based on the feedback from huawei mate10 user forum, updated OS EMUI166 intentionally limited the performance of camera and network connection to increase battery life.


huawei banned then lifted, due to trade war/national security. Take your own risk if it gets no more android updates.
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Trump lifted the ban already.
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Trump lifted the ban already.
So the question is whether Huawei continues down the Android path or switches to their own 'faster' OS? Or maybe both will be an option?
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Still too expensive for what it is.
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Could easily put it back in place. Plus worrying about backdoors China put in there etc
Oh yeah? What backdoors you talking about?
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Phone prices are getting out of hand. I hope the unban of hauwei puts some competition in the market to lower prices. Chinese spying aside lol.

$50 a month for the latest and greatest phone out or out right paying $1,000-1,200 out of pocket for a device with a non-replaceable battery aka planned obsolesce is crazy talk.
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Good deals, in 1
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Phone prices are getting out of hand. I hope the unban of hauwei puts some competition in the market to lower prices. Chinese spying aside lol.

$50 a month for the latest and greatest phone out or out right paying $1,000-1,200 out of pocket for a device with a non-replaceable battery aka planned obsolesce is crazy talk.
I agree. Unfortunately there's plenty of suckers out there who are okay with the current phone prices and practices.
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Does anyone know if these phones have locked bootloaders? After the Moto Z2 fiasco, I'm wary of manufacturers pulling support and being stuck with paperweights.
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Huawei #1
Taiwan #1 HUEHUEHUE
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