Guangdong, China-headquartered Huawei recently unveiled its flagship phablet, the Mate 9, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Huawei Mate 9 isn't a brand new device as the company launched it in November 2016 in Berlin. At CES 2017, the company announced the availability of the phablet in the United States as well.
Though the White House has cleared that Huawei has not been spying for China and, it is a growing business in the field of mobile and technology, some concerns have always been remained with the US.
Not a long time has been passed when it was being revealed that the US has been serious threat from China for cyber-attacks. A report has been prepared by the House Intelligence Committee on the same issue.
It has been recently revealed in a report that the firm Huawei isn’t too happy with the decision of the company by the Australian authorities from the National Broadband Network. This is a huge network that is worth a total of the 36 billion Australian dollars roughly. This makes it all the more an issue of prestige for companies to be a part of it.
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