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Almost a month after the phone made its official debut, Huawei have finally confirmed that they'll begin selling their P20 Pro smartphones in Australia via "local partners" from the 18th of May.
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The High Court of Australia has dismissed a special leave application by US-based games company Valve to appeal the decision made by Full Federal Court to uphold the $3 million penalty issued over breaches of Australian Consumer Law.
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