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Android Smartphone arrived with malware: See the Full List of Smartphone

       The world of Technology is no more safe day after day, there has been tenth of attach reported on line per day. Attack caused by hackers, malware, virus and infected Operating System. I am not taking it as a weakness but a challenge to the whole world to produce  the most and secure platform on Technology for communication an economic growth, Technology has become a backbone of Economic Growth due to everything we do now consist Technology to succeed. The number of people who are using Smartphone are growing....and the produce Competitive Advantages to the firms which produce the product(smart-phone). Recently has been reported an Android phone which are coming with Malware!!! Yes, Malware, they are infected from the start  of the process. The following are the list of Infected Android Smartphone with there Malware APK.

SmartphoneMalware APK
Asus Zenfone
Google Nexus 5com.changba
Google Nexus 5com.mobogenie.daemon
Google Nexus 5Xcom.changba
Lenovo A850com.androidhelper.sdk
LG G4com.fone.player1
OppoR7 pluscom.example.loader
Samsung Galaxy A5com.baycode.mop
Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy Note 2com.fone.player0
Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Note 3com.changba
Samsung Galaxy Note 4com.kandian.hdtogoapp
Samsung Galaxy Note 4com.changba
Samsung Galaxy Note 4air.fyzb3
Samsung Galaxy Note 5com.ddev.downloader.v2
Samsung Galaxy Note 8com.kandian.hdtogoapp
Samsung Galaxy Note Edgecom.changba
Samsung Galaxy Note Edgecom.mojang.minecraftpe
Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy S4com.kandian.hdtogoapp
Samsung Galaxy S4com.changba
Samsung Galaxy S4com.changba
Samsung Galaxy S4com.mobogenie.daemon
Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2com.example.loader
Vivo X6
Xiaomi Mi
Xiaomi Redmicom.yongfu.wenjianjiaguanli
ZTE X500com.iflytek.ringdiyclient

To avoid this incident I recommend you install only trusted APK on your Android Phone which are from Google Play. iOS has been good to this for not allowing third part software to be installed to there devices, it maintain security and trust from their customer. I wish Android should do the same.
"According to the findings, the malware were already present on the devices even before the users received them," Check Point explained. "The malicious apps were not part of the official ROM supplied by the vendor, and were added somewhere along the supply chain. Six of the malware instances were added by a malicious actor to the device’s ROM using system privileges."