UPDATE: Huawei reached out to Digit.in and said that lock-screen images which were displaying ads are now taken down from its servers and they shouldn't be appearing on lock screen of its phones anymore. However, some images with ads might have already been downloaded on a handset, which can be deleted manually by the user by swiping up on such an image and navigating to the operation toolbar. One can then tap on the "Delete" button and click "Remove" in the confirmation box that shows up. The company has not revealed whether this was an inadvertent mistake or was it trying to introduce ads on its phones in a not so subtle manner. However, it has apologised for the inconvenience and says it will continue to improve its services.
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