Australian Defense Depart to Phase Out Chinese Smartphones

By The European Union Times

The Australian Department of Defense has announced that they will no longer be using any phones from a pair of Chinese phone manufacturers that have both been accused of allowing the Chinese government to conduct espionage through their products.

The companies in question are Huawei, the third-largest phone manufacturer in the world after Samsung and Apple, and ZTE. Australia’s DoD announced Wednesday that they’ve stopped using Huawei phones and are phasing out the ZTEs as they fail.

“Defen[s]e has a quantity of aging ZTE mobile phones in service that are used for unclassified voice and text purposes. Existing ZTE mobile phones, when [READ MORE HERE]

Source: EU Times

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