During the NATO Summit this week, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had hinted that Britain could be toughening their stance towards certain Huawei’s technologies.
However, shortly after that, the Prime Minister had been spotted taking a selfie with what seems to be the Huawei P20 Pro after his interview on ITV’s “This Morning” program.
PA has spotted that Boris Johnson used a Huawei phone to take his This Morning selfie with Holly & Phil pic.twitter.com/OSr92JUP6M
— John Stevens (@johnestevens) December 5, 2019
But as many have expected, the phone in fact doesn’t belongs to the Prime Minister as it was said to be borrowed from a staff member.
- Huawei Nova 6 made it’s official debut with Kirin 990 SoC under the hood
- Huawei Nova 6 SE with quad-cameras goes official as well
- Huawei Nova 6 5G tops the chart for DxOMark selfie category
Given his pivotal role in the country and the global scene, the Prime Minister surely wouldn’t jeopardize his hard-fought position by using a Huawei smartphone.
Even if he indeed uses a Huawei smartphone, we believe it will at least be a P30 Pro or Mate 30 Pro instead of last year’s P20 Pro.
Hopefully, the selfie quality of the P20 Pro is able to impress him.