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Xiaomi Mi Max 3GB 32GB 4G Golden International Edition £144.30 @ Gearbest

£144.30 @ GearBest
Cheapest price around as far as I can see :3 Free shipping and no code needed for this one! Main Features: Xiaomi Mi Max 6.44 inch 4G Phablet Android 6.0 Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 64bit He… Read More
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[mod] 6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Cheapest price around as far as I can see :3

Free shipping and no code needed for this one!

http://i.imgur.com/KYaIqd5.jpg?1

Main Features:

Xiaomi Mi Max 6.44 inch 4G Phablet Android 6.0 Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 64bit Hexa Core 1.8GHz Fingerprint Sensor 3GB RAM 32GB ROM 16.0MP + 5.0MP FHD 2.5D Arc Glass Screen Infrared 4850mAh Battery

Display: 6.44 inch, 1920 x 1080 Pixel 2.5D Arc Screen

CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 64bit 1.8GHz Hexa core

GPU: Adreno 510

System: Android 6.0 ( MIUI )

RAM + ROM: 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM

Camera: 5.0MP with f/2.0 aperture front camera + 16.0MP with f/2.0 aperture back camera

Sensor: Light sensor, G-sensor, Proximity sensor, Hall Sensor, gyroscope, E-compass, Infrared, Fingerprint sensor, Accelerometer, etc.

SIM Card: Dual SIM dual standby. One is Micro SIM card slot, the other is Nano card slot, which can also be used as a TF card slot.

Note: Nano SIM card and TF card cannot be used together, because they share the same space of card slot.

Feature: GPS / A-GPS / Glonass / Beidou

Bluetooth: 4.2

Network:

2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz

3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz

4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100/2600MHz TDD-LTE B38/B39/B40/B41MHz: 2555-2655MHz
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61 Likes
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?

Why do you feel the constant need to criticise every single phone that gets posted on here which lacks band20. You're in every thread with these comments! Lack of one 4G frequency does not mean it has "no UK bands", nor does it mean it's a tablet, nor does it mean it only works it India or China. We get it, you don't like phones that lack b20, but even if it's a phone that supports it, you switch to complaining about retailer, lack of warranty, dodgey software etc. Pretty much just constant criticism.

People use these phones perfectly fine in the UK but that doesn't matter since your opinion appears to negate that fact. You posted this deal in which you say that phones like One Plus 3 waste battery power because they support TDD LTE bands, which is hilarious. Not only does that make no sense, but also the Asus phone which you're defending supports twice as many TDD LTE bands as the One Plus 3 does. The same 4 TDD LTE bands supported by this Xiaomi Phone. Not everyone uses a network that uses only 800mhz for 4G. Some people don't even use 4G at all but that doesn't seem to be taken into consideration since apparently lack of a frequency some people mightn't even need equates to "no UK bands".
23 Likes
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?

The lack of down voting on here is a shame, would love to down vote your comment. I've done it mentally anyway so it's a win for almost all of us.
12 Likes
Rich44
Ee use 2600 don't they?

It'll work on EE, no problem. Just ignore the ill informed comments you get on here from people that don't have a clue.
7 Likes
kenhistu
avoid Xiaomi phones.


Constructive and informative post
6 Likes
Is this as good as the Orange San Francisco ? X)

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1 Like #1
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?
#2
Ee use 2600 don't they?
5 Likes #3
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?

It will work on all 4g uk networks apart from O2 and who use O2 network
12 Likes #4
Rich44
Ee use 2600 don't they?

It'll work on EE, no problem. Just ignore the ill informed comments you get on here from people that don't have a clue.
4 Likes #5
I would avoid gearbest to be honest. Had terrible experience with my Android box, stopped working in two weeks. They offered less than half price refund.
61 Likes #6
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?

Why do you feel the constant need to criticise every single phone that gets posted on here which lacks band20. You're in every thread with these comments! Lack of one 4G frequency does not mean it has "no UK bands", nor does it mean it's a tablet, nor does it mean it only works it India or China. We get it, you don't like phones that lack b20, but even if it's a phone that supports it, you switch to complaining about retailer, lack of warranty, dodgey software etc. Pretty much just constant criticism.

People use these phones perfectly fine in the UK but that doesn't matter since your opinion appears to negate that fact. You posted this deal in which you say that phones like One Plus 3 waste battery power because they support TDD LTE bands, which is hilarious. Not only does that make no sense, but also the Asus phone which you're defending supports twice as many TDD LTE bands as the One Plus 3 does. The same 4 TDD LTE bands supported by this Xiaomi Phone. Not everyone uses a network that uses only 800mhz for 4G. Some people don't even use 4G at all but that doesn't seem to be taken into consideration since apparently lack of a frequency some people mightn't even need equates to "no UK bands".
4 Likes #7
I'm typing on my mi max as we speak - on EE and I have 4G ! great phone as well!!
#8
if you need band 20 for 4g on o2 don't buy unless you OK with fast ish 3g which works fine and this is a really good price
23 Likes #9
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?

The lack of down voting on here is a shame, would love to down vote your comment. I've done it mentally anyway so it's a win for almost all of us.
#10
Do i choose flat rate shipping for free or standard for 17p? which is best to avoid customs charges? cheers
2 Likes #11
andysteb
Do i choose flat rate shipping for free or standard for 17p? which is best to avoid customs charges? cheers

China post is the best bet for missing the guys at HMRC. If you use any carrier (DHL ect), they will change you both the tax and a fee of up to £12 for doing it.
Post takes a while, but the seller will usually list the phone as 'MP3 player. $18' so unless they open it at the port of entry (highly unlikely) you're home free. . .
1 Like #12
Oh, and, the 11th of the 11th is a big sale day in China/HK. So you're thinking of buying anything, you might get a saving by ordering it tomorrow rater than today ;)
#13
thanks ... damn already ordered
[mod] 3 Likes #14
steve1221
Oh, and, the 11th of the 11th is a big sale day in China/HK. So you're thinking of buying anything, you might get a saving by ordering it tomorrow rater than today ;)

You should check out my singles day thread, loads of discount codes and I'm keeping track of all the offers there too! HERE!
#15
Already posted!
1 Like #16
Polax
Already posted!
Just Ignore me ... I am being silly - it was posted for Geekbuying.com for £146.96!

I ordered one from them and now am awaiting delivery. Smashing Phone ... thanks OP! Have some heat.
#17
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?
#18
ukez
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?

Officially from Xiaomi, slight. Unofficially as a custom rom, very high. The guys at XDA will produce one if the hardware can support it, and I can't see why it wouldn't.
#19
I just bought a used Note 4 in mint condition complete with box and accessories for £190.
Tempered glass fitted.

Surely that has to be a better buy than this gearbest malaaki...

Edited By: jh787 on Nov 10, 2016 19:17
#20
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?


Trollolololol.... X)
#21
does this have OTA updates?
#22
drharish36
I would avoid gearbest to be honest. Had terrible experience with my Android box, stopped working in two weeks. They offered less than half price refund.

Have to agree with you. I've also had similar problems and got only a fraction of what the device was worth even though the battery had exploded.

Edited By: uk3g on Nov 10, 2016 19:38
1 Like #23
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?
Buy a laxative and sh1t out all that anger. Its flowing out the wrong end matey.
#24
muttyhc
does this have OTA updates?


Yes it does :-)
#25
Buyer beware, Gearbest are a nightmare to deal with. If anything goes wrong, you are completely on your own. You get what you pay for.
#26
Code does not seem to be working anymore.

coming up as £152.92 now
#27
christobal
Code does not seem to be working anymore.
coming up as £152.92 now
It's 146 at geekbuying if you don't mind waiting FOREVER for them to post it!
#28
dreadzone101
sam_of_london
why would you buy this rubbish with tde LTE and no UK bands. do you commission for selling this crap here ?

Why do you feel the constant need to criticise every single phone that gets posted on here which lacks band20. You're in every thread with these comments! Lack of one 4G frequency does not mean it has "no UK bands", nor does it mean it's a tablet, nor does it mean it only works it India or China. We get it, you don't like phones that lack b20, but even if it's a phone that supports it, you switch to complaining about retailer, lack of warranty, dodgey software etc. Pretty much just constant criticism.

People use these phones perfectly fine in the UK but that doesn't matter since your opinion appears to negate that fact. You posted this deal in which you say that phones like One Plus 3 waste battery power because they support TDD LTE bands, which is hilarious. Not only does that make no sense, but also the Asus phone which you're defending supports twice as many TDD LTE bands as the One Plus 3 does. The same 4 TDD LTE bands supported by this Xiaomi Phone. Not everyone uses a network that uses only 800mhz for 4G. Some people don't even use 4G at all but that doesn't seem to be taken into consideration since apparently lack of a frequency some people mightn't even need equates to "no UK bands".


because he is a troll.
I think he go's out once a day takes photo of a random item to post as a "deal" then looks for something to moan about.
1 Like #29
I think this is probly best phone going for the money if you want a very large screen which I do.the snapdragon 650 is powerful and capable as is the GPU perfect for full HD screens.you can use nova launcher prime on it double tap to lock and unlock with prime.for YouTube Netflix showbox google search videos and looking at camera pictures I can't imagine a better mobile and games also
#30
avoid Xiaomi phones.
7 Likes #31
kenhistu
avoid Xiaomi phones.


Constructive and informative post
4 Likes #32
kenhistu
avoid Xiaomi phones.


OMG I have just ordered my 4th Xiaomi phone. Is something bad going to happen to me?
#33
ukez
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?


Very high. MIUI 9 based on Nougat has already been confirmed and will be coming to all current Xiaomi phones which I presume the Mi Max is considered.
#35
David23
ukez
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?
Very high. MIUI 9 based on Nougat has already been confirmed and will be coming to all current Xiaomi phones which I presume the Mi Max is considered.

For Cyanogenmod, based on an Android version would mean it is that particular Android version but it doesn't mean the same for MIUI version. MIUI 7 is based on Lollipop and MIUI 8 is based on Marshmallow but phones using MIUI 7 or 8 will still be on either KitKat, Lollipop or Marshmallow. Very few Xiaomi phones have got an Android version update officially from Xiaomi. I think Redmi Note 3 Pro and Mi Note Pro are the only ones released with Lollipop but later got Marshmallow. Many others like the original Redmi Note 3, still remain Lollipop regardless of MIUI 8 updates. Mi Max getting MIUI 9 probably won't mean a Marshmallow to Nougat update. Xiaomi tend to release new models very often so chances are in future they'll release an updated Mi Max model with Nougat, instead.
1 Like #36
kenhistu
avoid Xiaomi phones.


cheers I were just going to checkout and saw your advice. :|
#37
dreadzone101
David23
ukez
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?
Very high. MIUI 9 based on Nougat has already been confirmed and will be coming to all current Xiaomi phones which I presume the Mi Max is considered.

For Cyanogenmod, based on an Android version would mean it is that particular Android version but it doesn't mean the same for MIUI version. MIUI 7 is based on Lollipop and MIUI 8 is based on Marshmallow but phones using MIUI 7 or 8 will still be on either KitKat, Lollipop or Marshmallow. Very few Xiaomi phones have got an Android version update officially from Xiaomi. I think Redmi Note 3 Pro and Mi Note Pro are the only ones released with Lollipop but later got Marshmallow. Many others like the original Redmi Note 3, still remain Lollipop regardless of MIUI 8 updates. Mi Max getting MIUI 9 probably won't mean a Marshmallow to Nougat update. Xiaomi tend to release new models very often so chances are in future they'll release an updated Mi Max model with Nougat, instead.


My Mi4 got updated from KK to MM with Miui 7.5.
#38
kenhistu
avoid Xiaomi phones.


Erm, why?
#39
badboyofrock
dreadzone101
David23
ukez
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?
Very high. MIUI 9 based on Nougat has already been confirmed and will be coming to all current Xiaomi phones which I presume the Mi Max is considered.
For Cyanogenmod, based on an Android version would mean it is that particular Android version but it doesn't mean the same for MIUI version. MIUI 7 is based on Lollipop and MIUI 8 is based on Marshmallow but phones using MIUI 7 or 8 will still be on either KitKat, Lollipop or Marshmallow. Very few Xiaomi phones have got an Android version update officially from Xiaomi. I think Redmi Note 3 Pro and Mi Note Pro are the only ones released with Lollipop but later got Marshmallow. Many others like the original Redmi Note 3, still remain Lollipop regardless of MIUI 8 updates. Mi Max getting MIUI 9 probably won't mean a Marshmallow to Nougat update. Xiaomi tend to release new models very often so chances are in future they'll release an updated Mi Max model with Nougat, instead.
My Mi4 got updated from KK to MM with Miui 7.5.

I was referring to phones released with Lollipop in particular, for my comment to suggest the likelihood MM devices going to Nougat. I think the original Mi Note was also KK and got MM too. Mi3 also went from JB to MM, but the Mi4s, Mi4c and Mi4i are still Lollipop like most of the Lollipop phones. Redmi 3S wasn't much of an upgrade to 3 Pro but it was released with MM whereas 3 Pro which was about 4 months older is stuck with Lollipop when a 3 year older Mi3 gets MM. Not ruling out a Nougat update entirely. Was just saying I don't think it's very likely.
#40
dreadzone101
badboyofrock
dreadzone101
David23
ukez
What's the chance of Android N coming to this device?
Very high. MIUI 9 based on Nougat has already been confirmed and will be coming to all current Xiaomi phones which I presume the Mi Max is considered.
For Cyanogenmod, based on an Android version would mean it is that particular Android version but it doesn't mean the same for MIUI version. MIUI 7 is based on Lollipop and MIUI 8 is based on Marshmallow but phones using MIUI 7 or 8 will still be on either KitKat, Lollipop or Marshmallow. Very few Xiaomi phones have got an Android version update officially from Xiaomi. I think Redmi Note 3 Pro and Mi Note Pro are the only ones released with Lollipop but later got Marshmallow. Many others like the original Redmi Note 3, still remain Lollipop regardless of MIUI 8 updates. Mi Max getting MIUI 9 probably won't mean a Marshmallow to Nougat update. Xiaomi tend to release new models very often so chances are in future they'll release an updated Mi Max model with Nougat, instead.
My Mi4 got updated from KK to MM with Miui 7.5.

I was referring to phones released with Lollipop in particular, for my comment to suggest the likelihood MM devices going to Nougat. I think the original Mi Note was also KK and got MM too. Mi3 also went from JB to MM, but the Mi4s, Mi4c and Mi4i are still Lollipop like most of the Lollipop phones. Redmi 3S wasn't much of an upgrade to 3 Pro but it was released with MM whereas 3 Pro which was about 4 months older is stuck with Lollipop when a 3 year older Mi3 gets MM. Not ruling out a Nougat update entirely. Was just saying I don't think it's very likely.


Oh. I was just letting you know, to top up your knowledge, really. I didn't mean to cause offence.

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