The LG V30 may have been announced, but it still isn't for sale in the US. Until then, last year's V20 reigns as the newest LG V-series phone you can purchase stateside. And now, you can get an AT&T/unlocked model for just $329.99 on NeweggFlash through seller Breed.
If you're in the market for the Axon Pro from ZTE, Newegg has a deal for you. The device is typically priced at $350, but has been marked down to $250. However, if you use the coupon code 0210CLS03 at checkout then you can knock another $50 off the total price.
Newegg currently has the 64GB Unlocked ZTE Axon 7 on sale for $50 off bringing the price down to $349.98. Newegg is also including free shipping while giving away a pair of JBL Coach Wireless Headphones to those who purchase the device. The deal lasts today only, so you'll want to act quickly if...
Newegg is teasing its Black Friday deals for this year which include $350 ZTE Axon 7, $250 ZTE Axon 7 Mini, $180 ASUS ZenFone 3 Laser, $220 ZTE Axon Pro, and $200 Huawei Watch.
Those are the most notable deals in mobile, but Newegg will also have discounts for PC parts and peripherals, too.
Multiple retail locations have started accepting pre-orders for the LG V20, and both Newegg and B&H have just joined in. If you pre-order the V20 from these two outlets though, you also get a free LG G Pad tablet with your order.
If the ZTE Axon 7 is too much phone for you, ZTE has announced the ZTE Axon 7 Mini is now available for pre-order at major retailers. The Ion Gold color is exclusive to Best Buy for the first 60 days, while Platinum Gray is available at Amazon, B&H Photo, Best Buy, Newegg, and ZTE's own website...
Huawei and Honor recently launched the Honor 8 in the United States, and now we're starting to see deals pop up for it.
At Newegg, if you use the coupon code BTEENFG23, then you can get the Honor 8 for just $360, or you can use the coupon code BTEENFG22 to get the white version for that price...
Until now, those of us in the United States could only pre-order the Honor 8, but now it's available for purchase.
You place your order at a number of websites including Best Buy, Amazon, B&H Photo, Newegg, and even Honor's very own website for $400.