Get the Huawei Mate 20 on eBay for a lower-than-Black Friday price while you can

Get the Huawei Mate 20 on eBay for a lower-than-Black Friday price while you can
Last we checked, both the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping events had technically ended at most major US retailers, but it looks like some eBay sellers may have missed the memo, still charging remarkably low prices for great smartphones. 

Case in point, the factory unlocked Huawei Mate 20 at top-rated seller Sobeonline1, which believe it or not, is currently cheaper than the same device offered by a similarly reputable e-commerce company in an early Black Friday deal last week.

If you thought a $600 Mate 20 was a bargain (and it certainly was), we can’t wait to hear your opinion on this deeply discounted new $549.99 listing. The usual words of caution apply, of course, as the US-based seller can’t hook you up with a valid warranty.

Keep in mind that the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are not even officially released stateside, nor will they ever be, which in a way, makes this special offer that much sweeter.

Signaled as a Cyber Monday deal, even though it’s already Wednesday, this is unlikely to last much longer, with black and blue color options listed as out of stock at the time of writing. That only leaves the “Twilight” model available in “limited quantity” right now, which shouldn’t be a problem given how stunning that particular gradient finish looks. 

Under the hood, the “regular” Huawei Mate 20 packs the same blazing fast Kirin 980 processor as the Pro variant, along with 4GB RAM, and 128GB storage space. An in-display fingerprint reader and 3D face scanner are arguably the biggest feature omissions here compared to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, but the latter’s absence allows the 6.5-inch Mate 20 to sport a more discreet and stylish “Dewdrop” notch.

Sold “brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged”, the discounted “international” Huawei Mate 20 comes with dual SIM connectivity and full support for US GSM networks. Obviously, there’s no compatibility with Verizon or Sprint, though.

Check out the deal here

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