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Original Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro Prime 5.5" 1080p Android Smartphone £112.42 delivered from AliExpress (MC-MART)

£112.42 @ Ali Express
Lower priced than the current GearBest deal and will probably ship much faster. Also includes 12 month UK warranty. This price is for the gold version but the other colours are available for a … Read More
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Lower priced than the current GearBest deal and will probably ship much faster.

Also includes 12 month UK warranty.

This price is for the gold version but the other colours are available for a slightly higher price.
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13 Likes
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.

World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.

Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
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sam_of_london
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sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold

Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.

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2 Likes #1
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
4 Likes #2
willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).

With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.
2 Likes #3
willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
Good info
2 Likes #4
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willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).

With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.


What's wrong with o2?

I can't get a 4G signal with anyone else in my house.
1 Like #5
krisward7955
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willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.
What's wrong with o2?
I can't get a 4G signal with anyone else in my house.

Their ridiculously overpriced and their customer service is poo. That's just two reasons from the top of my head.
#6
2 or 3 GB version?
#7
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krisward7955
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willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.
What's wrong with o2?
I can't get a 4G signal with anyone else in my house.
Their ridiculously overpriced and their customer service is poo. That's just two reasons from the top of my head.
No worse than EE CS. at least o2 don't charge you to speak to someone in less than an hour.

Plus, o2 priority rewards are brilliant use for some. Skipping queues at gigs is a huge bonus :)
#8
teggl97
No worse than EE CS

Not going to argue there. That's the network that I hate the most.
#9
jimbobwalton
2 or 3 GB version?
thats the price for the 2gb/16gb the 3gb/32gb is 147.00
#10
willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).


Or also the 800mhz (band 20) 4G that Three use for their "Supervoice" and some data.
1 Like #11
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krisward7955
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willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.
What's wrong with o2?
I can't get a 4G signal with anyone else in my house.
Their ridiculously overpriced and their customer service is poo. That's just two reasons from the top of my head.

CS is poo from all of them. I don't think there's much difference between any of them. They are all more interested in profit margins than reinvesting in infrastructure.
2 Likes #12
tesco £5 pm very happy kids phones all capped
#13
Dragon32
willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).


Or also the 800mhz (band 20) 4G that Three use for their "Supervoice" and some data.


And the same band that Vodafone use for a large amount of their 4g
1 Like #14
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
13 Likes #15
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.

World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.

Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
#16
is this upgradeable to MM?

states "OS MIUI 7 (Based on Android 5.1) " on site
1 Like #17
absolutely brilliant phone. got the 32gb version to replace my galaxy note 2 about 6 months ago. No regrets at all.everything works perfect. Best thing battery last me about 3 days.
#18
I notice they list this phone as pro prime, they've definitely made prime models in the past, but not seen a pro prime model, is it the correct name for the phone or one that isn't yet listed on device specifications? This is the closest spec I can find and might be the same phone >

http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model/5cad3973
#19
barbiegirl
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krisward7955
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willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.
What's wrong with o2?
I can't get a 4G signal with anyone else in my house.
Their ridiculously overpriced and their customer service is poo. That's just two reasons from the top of my head.
CS is poo from all of them. I don't think there's much difference between any of them. They are all more interested in profit margins than reinvesting in infrastructure.

I get 80Mb/40Mb 4G connection from EE on my phone and I live in a sh:tty lincolnshire town, I also have EE Broadband which is 40Mb/20Mb and they upped my 4G 4GB data allowance on my mobile to 10GB a month because I moved from Sky Broadband to EE broadband, so far couldn't be happier with EE.


Edited By: fishmaster on Nov 03, 2016 19:15
#20
Tesco 4g is the same as O2
#21
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sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.

World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.

Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.


Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold
10 Likes #22
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold

Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.
#23
fishmaster
I notice they list this phone as pro prime, they've definitely made prime models in the past, but not seen a pro prime model, is it the correct name for the phone or one that isn't yet listed on device specifications? This is the closest spec I can find and might be the same phone >

http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model/5cad3973


As far as I know, there's no such thing as the pro prime, it's just what some folk call the 32Gb/3Gb version. It makes no mention of pro prime on the xiaomi website, it just mentions that 2 versions are available.
#24
does this comes with google play?
#25
eliHd452
does this comes with google play?

It will do, yes.
1 Like #26
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krisward7955
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willyvwade
Worth noting this version isn't compatible with O2 4G or any of it's MVNOs (giffgaff, Tesco, etc).
With the exception of GiffGaff, I honestly can't understand why anyone would still be using O2 in 2016.
What's wrong with o2?
I can't get a 4G signal with anyone else in my house.

Their ridiculously overpriced and their customer service is poo. That's just two reasons from the top of my head.


just like every other company
1 Like #27
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eliHd452
does this comes with google play?

It will do, yes.


thanks
#28
BUCKUM2
jimbobwalton
2 or 3 GB version?
thats the price for the 2gb/16gb the 3gb/32gb is 147.00


have you got a link please, can only see its $149.99 in the coming sale
#29
I have the 32gb/3gb ram version in gold. Running Xiaomi Developer Global Rom - its bootloader unlocked and I have TWRP installed.

Phone is stable and I get 2 or 3 days battery life. It's fast and sleek - all round really happy with it. Only gripe is the camera could be better.

I like MIUI 8 but some may prefer vanilla Android in Cyanogen Mod or Resurrection Remix.
#30
bigpappa
I have the 32gb/3gb ram version in gold. Running Xiaomi Developer Global Rom - its bootloader unlocked and I have TWRP installed.
Phone is stable and I get 2 or 3 days battery life. It's fast and sleek - all round really happy with it. Only gripe is the camera could be better.
I like MIUI 8 but some may prefer vanilla Android in Cyanogen Mod or Resurrection Remix.

I changed the ROM on mine to global when I got it but the bootloader is still unlocked, do you know how to lock it again? I need to install an app for work's emails but it wont work with the bootloader unlocked....!

And completely agree, the camera isn't fantastic, althoug I use the Snapseed app to post process a lot of my pics and it works wonders

Edited By: pc5020 on Nov 04, 2016 16:56
#31
Not had any issues using mine for calls/data on 3UK in the few months I've had it. I don't think band 20 (800MHz) is a necessity unless you're trying to use 3's VoLTE HD calling "supervoice". Can't say anything for other networks.

Also Android Nougat has been ported to this and its almost completely stable.
#32
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sam_of_london
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sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold

Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.


That is why there is no UK warranty, does not work correctly with UK networks , may come with viruses already installed.
1 Like #33
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.

Brains....not your strong point eh?
1 Like #34
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold
Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.

That is why there is no UK warranty, does not work correctly with UK networks , may come with viruses already installed.

Brains and knowledge definitely not your strongpoint.....

Trolling and ignorance though, you get an A+ for that.

Edited By: Picard123 on Nov 05, 2016 00:01: /
#35
Getting back to the original thread, the phone itself is great, but this is not a great price.

Get the "enhanced" version if you Band 20 / O2 LTE compatibility.
Go for the Global ROM version, unless you're comfortable installing your own ROM.
3gb/32gb over the 2gb/16gb

Better prices here:
https://goldway.aliexpress.com/store/all-wholesale-products/311331.htm
#36
Picard123
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold
Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.

That is why there is no UK warranty, does not work correctly with UK networks , may come with viruses already installed.

Brains and knowledge definitely not your strongpoint.....

Trolling and ignorance though, you get an A+ for that.


Just because, I am telling the truth, I am trolling. You are selling Chinese rubbish here. If it was a decent phone, from a UK seller, I would had no problem voting it hot. But messing people around by selling foreign rubbish is just plain greed.
#37
sam_of_london
Picard123
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold
Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.
That is why there is no UK warranty, does not work correctly with UK networks , may come with viruses already installed.
Brains and knowledge definitely not your strongpoint.....
Trolling and ignorance though, you get an A+ for that.
Just because, I am telling the truth, I am trolling. You are selling Chinese rubbish here. If it was a decent phone, from a UK seller, I would had no problem voting it hot. But messing people around by selling foreign rubbish is just plain greed.

Let me guess, you would recommend an iPhone.
#38
pc5020
bigpappa
I have the 32gb/3gb ram version in gold. Running Xiaomi Developer Global Rom - its bootloader unlocked and I have TWRP installed.
Phone is stable and I get 2 or 3 days battery life. It's fast and sleek - all round really happy with it. Only gripe is the camera could be better.
I like MIUI 8 but some may prefer vanilla Android in Cyanogen Mod or Resurrection Remix.
I changed the ROM on mine to global when I got it but the bootloader is still unlocked, do you know how to lock it again? I need to install an app for work's emails but it wont work with the bootloader unlocked....!
And completely agree, the camera isn't fantastic, althoug I use the Snapseed app to post process a lot of my pics and it works wonders

http://forum.xda-developers.com/redmi-note-3/how-to/revert-to-locked-unoffical-unlock-redmi-t3354666
#39
Spark
sam_of_london
Picard123
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold
Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.
That is why there is no UK warranty, does not work correctly with UK networks , may come with viruses already installed.
Brains and knowledge definitely not your strongpoint.....
Trolling and ignorance though, you get an A+ for that.
Just because, I am telling the truth, I am trolling. You are selling Chinese rubbish here. If it was a decent phone, from a UK seller, I would had no problem voting it hot. But messing people around by selling foreign rubbish is just plain greed.

Let me guess, you would recommend an iPhone.


There are decent Samsung, LG, One plus, Huawei, HTC phones which are made for UK and come with manufacturers warranty. IPhone is expensive but comes with warranty and peace of mind as well. No need to waste time messing around with viruses and Chinese roms or banking apps not working.
#40
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
Picard123
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
Spark
sam_of_london
These Chinese phones are like mini tablets. To make them work as a phone is a gamble.
World War 2 was won by Saturn and chocolate is formed by mixing sodium carbonate with dragon scales.
Sorry I thought since you were making up mindless nonsense then I might as well join in.
Like you selling Chinese **** here like it was gold
Well technically it is gold, didn't you read the description. Although other colours are available.
That is why there is no UK warranty, does not work correctly with UK networks , may come with viruses already installed.
Brains and knowledge definitely not your strongpoint.....
Trolling and ignorance though, you get an A+ for that.
Just because, I am telling the truth, I am trolling. You are selling Chinese rubbish here. If it was a decent phone, from a UK seller, I would had no problem voting it hot. But messing people around by selling foreign rubbish is just plain greed.
Let me guess, you would recommend an iPhone.
There are decent Samsung, LG, One plus, Huawei, HTC phones which are made for UK and come with manufacturers warranty. IPhone is expensive but comes with warranty and peace of mind as well. No need to waste time messing around with viruses and Chinese roms or banking apps not working.

You can run into viruses and app compatibility issues on any of the devices that you just mentioned.

Incidentally I once had an iPhone but it was bricked by an official iOS update. It wasn't even a week out of warranty and Apple wanted £260 to fix it. Where was the peace of mind that you mentioned then?

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