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Deal: The feature-packed Huawei Mate 9 (refurbished) is on sale at Best Buy, save big!



Are you looking for a great flagship smartphone that won't demolish your budget? Well, look no further, because we just located a killer deal from Best Buy!

The big US retailer has listed the refurbished 64GB version of the Huawei Mate 9 for $379.99. Buying a new one on Amazon will cost you $599.99, while both refurbished and used versions on the e-commerce site go above the $450 mark. 

The store does guarantee that the units on sale have been repaired and restored to a "like-new" state, either by one of Best Buy's in-house repair centers, the manufacturer or a third-party refurbishment company. You might find some minor wear and tear, but you shouldn't have any problems while you're using the device. If you're not happy with your acquisition, you'll be able to return it within 14 days from the purchase date. Keep in mind that this is the unlocked North American version - it will work with GSM carriers, but it's not compatible with CDMA ones like Sprint or Verizon.

With that out of the way, let's see what's so special about the Mate 9. Released in early 2017, this Huawei handset comes with proper flagship specs. Some of its most notable features include a sleek, all-metal design, a big 5.9-inch 1080p display, the powerful Kirin 960 processor + 4GB of RAM,  a Leica-branded dual-camera setup, and a massive 4,000 mAh battery. For a more detailed look at the Huawei Mate 9, make sure to check out our dedicated review

If you're interested in this deal, the above link will lead you straight to Best Buy's listing. Make sure to act fast, though, as supplies are limited.

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