In many regions around the world, Huawei phones are easy to come by. They’re sold through carriers, and available in stores. That’s not the case in the US, where Huawei does not officially sell its devices and no carriers offer them. If those things aren’t a deterrent, you’ll likely have to go online to buy one, and even then, the list of retailers that stock Huawei-made devices, including its Honor phones, is shrinking as a result of the US federal government’s recent action against Huawei. The Microsoft Store and Walmart have recently stopped selling Huawei devices, and Adorama, a smaller operation, recently delisted them from showing up via search in its online store. More sites will likely follow suit, either by hiding or completely wiping store pages for Huawei’s phones, tablets, and laptops. Still, there are a few places where you can find them. We’ve listed those retailers below, and have included a note on the range of devices available at each retailer. Keep an eye out for warranty information while you shop, as many Huawei phones sold in the US are imported. Depending on the third-party service that provides the warranty, there might not be a simple recourse, or a recourse at all, should it ever break. It will be up to the warranty provider’s discretion if and how warranty owners are compensated, should you be out of luck with a broken phone. eBay is one of the places on the internet to buy just about anything, so it’s… [Read full story]
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