Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Telecommunications appears unlikely to be allowed to provide equipment for 5G networks in Australia, due to alleged national security concerns, a report claims.
After the news OPPO has given up on Blu-Ray players, its new direction is "cutting edge research in software, hardware and mobile standards" including AI and 5G.
Chinese telecommunications provider Huawei is facing another setback in the US, with the multinational electronics corporation Best Buy deciding to take its phones off their shelves in the next few weeks.
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