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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possibility of Huawei loosing its Kirin processors, UK 5G network delayed and more.
Vodafone UK's CTO talked about the consequences the carrier would face if the government went ahead and banned Huawei's 5G tech.
After Telus Canada and T-Mobile Poland, it's time for Vodafone to defend Huawei, as the carrier's CEO talks about consequences of a Huawei ban.
In an interesting twist of events, after a 12 year strategic partnership, Vodafone is pausing the deployment of Huawei 5G equipment.
It's been O2 all the way since the OnePlus 3, but this year, the doors are being blown wide open with more carriers and stores.
Huawei provides critical telecommunications infrastructure for major carriers inthe United Kingdom, so this recent report comes as a stunner.
Those who buy the phone before May 27 will also get two weekend passes to the Austrian Grand Prix. That and other goodies go with this exclusive phone.
Qualcomm will be at the forefront of 5G innovation, alongside smartphone manufacturers like HTC, LG and Xiaomi, as well as a long list of global mobile operators.
It's a transfer of the Enjoy 7S phone that launched in China in December and a mid-range exclusive for the red carrier. All details will come in February.
China Telecom, Vodafone UK and Telecom Italia are the carrying partners for the foldable smartphone while ZTE and JD in China fly the unlocked banner.
The deal is pretty exclusive, though, with email invitations going out to a select group of UK residents. But it's still a nice offer.
The Chinese manufacturer has been busting other brands for a while in the US, China and Latin America. Not Australia, though. That's about to change.
HMD's highly anticipated Nokia-branded Android smartphones are all coming to the UK by mid-August, priced between £120 and £220.
ROM developers in Europe will now have access to the full source code for the HTC U11. Hmm, Europe. What is it with opening up to Europe?
Amazon seems to be the go-to place for customers to grab this TCL oddity, as shipment times have collapsed down to one or even two months.
A company representative responded to a customer's query on its software update post for last week. It appears not to be the 7.1.1 that Pixels have.
It's definitely Nougat, alright, but is it Android 7.0 or 7.1.1? Will we get Secure Folder on the S7 and S7 edge? Vodafone's testing it out.
We presume that other Nexus 6P units and Nexus devices will also get the update at around the same time. But this is where we're learning of it first.
The exact cause of Google Nexus 6P's Nougat delay remains under wraps, but Vodafone Australia claims Huawei is working to resolve the "issue" ASAP.
It's probably time to put all branding speculation to rest. The iPhone 7, not 6SE, is most likely coming on September 7, despite its minor upgrades.
Android Nougat updates for Nexus devices could begin today, later this month or at another point in the near future, as "issues" have been discovered.
All the specs of Vodafone's new Smart Platinum 7 look quite like the yet-to-be-released Alcatel Idol 4s. And the former's about to be sold for £300.
In a hurry to grab the just-unveiled Huawei P9? If you live in the UK, you should definitely buy it from Vodafone, as you're offered a free Huawei Watch too.