DEAL: ZTE Axon 7 Mini at Best Buy for $199 ($100 Off) Starting December 4

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Beginning this Sunday (December 4), folks can head to Best Buy and get big savings on an Axon 7 Mini from ZTE. Typically priced at $299, you can purchase the device in Ion Gold for just $199, which is $100 off. For the Platinum Grey model, you will save $50, bringing the total to $249. 

The Axon 7 Mini is the little brother to the Axon 7, featuring a 5.2″ 1080p display, Snapdragon 617 processor, 3GB RAM, 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, SD slot, fingerprint reader, USB Type-C, and Android 6.0+.

At $199, this phone is a steal.

Again, this deal launches December 4 and runs through December 10. Bookmark the below links for those dates if you are interested in grabbing a Mini.

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