There’s no better time of buying a phone than a few months following its official launch. If you have been looking to buy any of the LG G6, Huawei Mate 9 or even the budget Huawei Honor 6X, this is the perfect time to get any of these three phones.
The LG G6 has been around for several months now following its official launch back at the MWC 2017, which was held in February. If you have been eyeing the flagship, you can now get one at Sprint for as little as $14.75 per month. This contract will run for 18 months and there’s no upfront fee needed in order to get the deal.
For a phone that had a launch price of about $700, this is just great. It also means that you’ll only be parting with a mere $265.50 by the time your contract comes to an end. This massive discount comes at a time when the Korean tech giant has only a month or so before it unveils its ultimate 2017 flagship, the LG V30.
If you are a fan of Huawei, the company’s high-end Mate 9 is also available at a discount. Similar to the LG G6, the phone hit the U.S. market earlier this year with a launch price of about $600. But Amazon has slammed a cool discount of $121 on the phone, which means you can now have it for as little as $479. Not bad for a high-end phone with top-of-the-table specs and features huh! The phone is unlocked and thus compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile, among other GSM carriers.
Of course, there are those who will see these deals on the LG G6 and Huawei Mate 9 as unfavorable. Where the former is locked to a carrier that is not the most popular in the country, the latter might still be a little pricier for some, which is where the Huawei Honor 6X comes in.
The budget phone, which is one of the few in this category that comes with a dual-lens camera on the back, is now available for a lowly $199, down from the original price tag of $249. You can have it in either gold or silver color variants. This deal is available via the official Honor website for the U.S. market.
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