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WILEYFOX SWIFT 2 BLUE WITH SCREEN COVER £114.99 with Amazon Prime app (first orders)

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#1
So it's the existing deal:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wileyfox-swift-2-sim-free-with-screen-replacement-card-119-99-amazon-2562856

but if you have prime & haven't used prime now you can use the £5 quid code?
#2
is this phone any good?
#3
The Xiaomi Redmi 3s or Note 3 for same price
You get much better spec for your money
1 Like #4
Sandy1012
The Xiaomi Redmi 3s or Note 3 for same price
You get much better spec for your money
What if the phone goes wrong?
1 Like #5
lilee
Sandy1012
The Xiaomi Redmi 3s or Note 3 for same price
You get much better spec for your money
What if the phone goes wrong?


what if it doesnt
1 Like #6
The Xiaomi don't cater for O2 network though
2 Likes #7
Sandy1012
The Xiaomi Redmi 3s or Note 3 for same price
You get much better spec for your money
Same processor as 3s, similar so-so screens and cameras(Wileyfox's secondary camera is 8MP vs Xiaomi's 5MP). This one comes with warranty, Gorilla screen +NFC
3s (the more expensive version) comes with 3GB of RAM vs perfectly fine 2GB on Swift. Both come with expandable memory. I wouldnt call it much better specs
#8
Midjet76
The Xiaomi don't cater for O2 network though

It works on all networks - Global band 20 version
#9
litwoojczyznomoj
Sandy1012
The Xiaomi Redmi 3s or Note 3 for same price
You get much better spec for your money
Same processor as 3s, similar so-so screens and cameras(Wileyfox's secondary camera is 8MP vs Xiaomi's 5MP). This one comes with warranty, Gorilla screen +NFC
3s (the more expensive version) comes with 3GB of RAM vs perfectly fine 2GB on Swift. Both come with expandable memory. I wouldnt call it much better specs
Compare to the note 3...
Wileyfox vs Xiaomi Note 3

Camera 8MP vs 16MP
Snapdragon 430 vs 650
2GB Ram vs 3GB
2700mAh vs 4000mAh

Much better specs
#10
just beware that the original swift had shocking GPS, ended up shelving mine because of it
#11
Sandy1012
Midjet76
The Xiaomi don't cater for O2 network though
It works on all networks - Global band 20 version
This one only has 1,3 7 bands , is there another then?
http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_308824.html
1 Like #12
Sandy1012
litwoojczyznomoj
Sandy1012
The Xiaomi Redmi 3s or Note 3 for same price
You get much better spec for your money
Same processor as 3s, similar so-so screens and cameras(Wileyfox's secondary camera is 8MP vs Xiaomi's 5MP). This one comes with warranty, Gorilla screen +NFC
3s (the more expensive version) comes with 3GB of RAM vs perfectly fine 2GB on Swift. Both come with expandable memory. I wouldnt call it much better specs
Compare to the note 3...
Wileyfox vs Xiaomi Note 3
Camera 8MP vs 16MP
Snapdragon 430 vs 650
2GB Ram vs 3GB
2700mAh vs 4000mAh
Much better specs
I think comparing to 3s makes more sense because its the same screen size. If you want to compare it to Redmi Note3 than you should compare it to the 2GB version (roughly same price). The 3GB verson is extra £30. The main camera on Swift 2 is 13 MP. Also, Redmi Note 3 needs a bigger battery to power a bigger screen. I think Wileyfox hit the perfect spot when it comes to value for your money here.

Edited By: litwoojczyznomoj on Dec 23, 2016 06:27: typo
#13
djames108
just beware that the original swift had shocking GPS, ended up shelving mine because of it


Virtually every other user posted the GPS issues. That's why I'm so hesitant to take the plunge on this

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