OPPO's latest effort in the 5G space — its top-level smartphone that is built on Qualcomm's latest silicon — is a beautifully crafted device, one that feels much lighter than its 207 grammes and one that sits very comfortably in the confines of one's hand.
It is curious in the extreme, that only one man, the hard-nosed Bernard Keane who writes for the news site Crikey, was able to tell the public the truth about the great defence announcement by Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday: it was all smoke and mirrors. Or if you prefer a more direct word: BS.
Restrictions placed on American firms to prevent them from playing a role in helping China roll out 5G networks are being neutralised by Japanese companies who have leapt into the breach and are filling their pockets while supplying the needed gear.
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