At a time when the vast majority of European countries are investigating possible threats posed by the use of Huawei products, controversial UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has given Huawei an "unofficial" vote of confidence.
During his presence on the popular ITV This Morning show, Boris Johnson was "caught" taking a selfie with presenters using a Huawei P20. According to an official representative, the smartphone does not belong to the Prime Minister, but everything indicates the opposite.
National security concerns grow in the UK
Obviously, this would be one of the smartphones that no one expected to see the Prime Minister use, especially at a time when investigations are being carried out on Huawei.
Boris Johnson himself had already mentioned his opinion about a possible permission for Huawei to be primarily responsible for implementing 5G networks in the UK.
The Prime Minister said he does not want the country to be unnecessarily aggressive about possible investments from abroad. He also stated that, on the other hand, they could not neglect national security.
So it seems that your choice of a Huawei smartphone like yours daily driver gives a great vote of confidence to the manufacturer. However, it is important to note that Boris Johnson is quite controversial in the UK, being involved in numerous bad decisions over the years.
In addition to their involvement in the development of 5G networks in the UK, they are also considering whether they will allow other Huawei products to be imported. Most likely, the decision should be revealed after the next elections.
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