Fake Best Buy reviews show just how desperate Huawei is to sell phones

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2018 was meant to be the year that Huawei finally cracked the US market. The Chinese company, which has risen to become the second-biggest smartphone company in the world by sales, designed a killer Android phone that would appeal to the US market, set up key distribution deals with AT&T and Verizon, and planned a $100 million ad campaign to accompany the launch.

Unfortunately for Huawei, Congressional leaders were concerned about a Chinese tech company pairing with US networks, and lawmakers stepped in at the last minute to block the deal. That completely derailed Huawei’s 2018 roadmap, leaving the company with a bunch of US inventory and adverts, but without the support of the wireless carriers that traditionally sell 85% of the smartphones to consumers.

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