I own two Huawei phones & my wife owns one. The second one I just bought because I figured I should get it while the getting's good so to speak. Besides, the price was right & if
they do ban the devices, it'll be on new products, making existing product's see a potential price increase.
Either way, Huawei phones trounce the crap out of Samsung & Apple in terms of performance & battery life, not to mention materials: aluminum frames on the Huawei's vs plastic for Samsung & Apple (I think they are plastic anyway, they sure were "bendy" last time I handled one).
I doubt that Huawei is "spying on me" through the phone, especially because everything that I don't use I either uninstall or disable. I'm more concerned with the fact that my wife uses Facebook messenger because her sister & friends do, which is about as secure as sending an SMS message, maybe even less so.
As far as the comment by The Robot: "All Chinese phones have vendor/third-party spyware preloaded and buried deep down." I would add that so do Samsung & Apple devices & depending on if you purchased your phone through your wireless carrier & which carrier that is, the practice is industry-wide.
The ban on Huawei is nothing more than monopolistic manufacturer's using their influence & market share to reduce competition by keeping superior products which aren't ridiculously overpriced out of consumer's hands & off their radar. As far as the US Government banning Huawei devices, consider this: remember the Furby? That creepy ******* doll or whatever the hell it was? Well the CIA had them banned from their offices because Furby could record audio & it was assumed to have the potential transmit it as well.
As far as I'm concerned, the US Government is skeptical of any product which they deem might be a potential threat/means of doing the same thing they do themselves. If it ain't sanctioned, contracted, or carried out by a company HQ'd in America or one of Her allies: No way, Jose! Only Uncle Sam, Big Brother & govt approved companies are allowed to spy on civilians without their knowledge or consent, Fourth Amendment & right to a reasonable expectation of privacy be damned.
Now none of this applies, of course, to information which people freely give out through social media & other "public" means. That is all fair game... Wait, that includes public forums such as Overclock.net, doesn't it? Oh, crap. We're screwed!