No details were provided with Best Buy telling the site: ""We don't comment on specific contracts with vendors, and we make decisions to change what we sell for a variety of reasons."
In January, a deal for AT&T to sell Huawei phones on plans was cancelled at the last minute.
And following that, Verizon was reported to have yielded to pressure from the US Government to stop selling Huawei devices.
In February, US intelligence chiefs warned against the use of Huawei equipment, with the head of the FBI, Christopher Wray, telling a US Senate hearing: "We’re deeply concerned about the risks of allowing any company or entity that is beholden to foreign governments that don’t share our values to gain positions of power inside our telecommunications networks."
An indication of the level of paranoia about Huawei in the US can be gauged from the fact that the NSA hacked into the company's servers in Shenzhen in 2010, according to documents released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in 2013.
The US has also put pressure on Australia to cut out the use of Huawei products in any future 5G deployments.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was warned, during a visit to the US in February, not to allow Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to supply equipment for any future 5G networks, indicating that there are security risks involved.
Canberra denied Huawei any role in supplying equipment to the country's national broadband network project about six years ago, following advice by ASIS, one of its spy agencies.