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XiaoMi Mi5 64GB 4G Smartphone For £243.44 @ Gearbest

£243.44 @ GearBest
Price drop, perhaps to make way for the new Mi5s, which is a faster version of this. Great phone, on par with s7, oneplus 3 (which im not a fan of) One hell of a phone at this price. All colours… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Price drop, perhaps to make way for the new Mi5s, which is a faster version of this.

Great phone, on par with s7, oneplus 3 (which im not a fan of)

One hell of a phone at this price. All colours same price.

32GB version got hot on here. so thought id make people aware you can get the 64GB version now for about £10 more.

also the mi5s is one sale for £263 which is a bargain for a new phone that got release in september but there is already a deal on here about that.

please be aware if you an O2 customer this phone will not support there 4G network.

Please refrain from voting cold because its Gearbest. remmeber we are voting on the item and its price, not your customer review on the company itself.
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
a lot of money from a company with dodgy warranty promises.
#2
dannycouzens7
a lot of money from a company with dodgy warranty promises.

Yes you kinda of have to submit yourself to not having a warranty, but honestly try and find a phone this quality and this cheap. yes you will get a good warranty for an iphone 7 or s7 edge but think about the cost. you could but 3 of these for the price of one iphone!! :)
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nofaddey
dannycouzens7
a lot of money from a company with dodgy warranty promises.

Yes you kinda of have to submit yourself to not having a warranty, but honestly try and find a phone this quality and this cheap. yes you will get a good warranty for an iphone 7 or s7 edge but think about the cost. you could but 3 of these for the price of one iphone!! :)


Yes I hear you specs are spot on but I like my warranty others who aren't bothered this is a good deal providing it lasts. I paid good money for my s7 but it has a no quibble 2 year warranty for me it was worth the extra. I also have been told (by a third party) Chinese phones are impossible to insure??
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dannycouzens7
nofaddey
dannycouzens7
a lot of money from a company with dodgy warranty promises.
Yes you kinda of have to submit yourself to not having a warranty, but honestly try and find a phone this quality and this cheap. yes you will get a good warranty for an iphone 7 or s7 edge but think about the cost. you could but 3 of these for the price of one iphone!! :)
Yes I hear you specs are spot on but I like my warranty others who aren't bothered this is a good deal providing it lasts. I paid good money for my s7 but it has a no quibble 2 year warranty for me it was worth the extra. I also have been told (by a third party) Chinese phones are impossible to insure??

Im guessing you paid £600+ for your S7. if you compare it with this phone your basically paying £350ish for a two year warrenty that you will probably never make use of. I would rather take the risk and at least if this phone does break after a year, ill use it as an excuse to buy the Xiaomi mi6 next year and ill still probably spend less then you initial £600= spend on your S7. both way of purchase are valid I just dont think you can knock people for wanting to try a much cheaper and slightly riskier approach. lets face it Xiaomi is getting a very good reputation and are looking at stocking there phones in USA for the Mi6 so they couldnt have got this far selling dodgey broken phones could they.


Edited By: nofaddey on Oct 29, 2016 12:04
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Cold. Because it's Gearbest.
#6
got mine on a refresh deal for £480 I'd never pay over £500 for a phone but it's good for 2 years you could go through 2 maybe 3 Chinese phones in that time. like I say not knocking the deal if there reputation was as good as they want it to be there warranty would match it.
#7
its very surprising xiaomi haven't launched in the UK yet, although in doing so I bet the prices would skyrocket.
Its certainly worth getting even without a warranty, or one that's iffy to use, as has been previously said you could buy 3 of these to an iPhone 7
#8
djames108
its very surprising xiaomi haven't launched in the UK yet, although in doing so I bet the prices would skyrocket.
Its certainly worth getting even without a warranty, or one that's iffy to use, as has been previously said you could buy 3 of these to an iPhone 7


Hear, hear !! :p
#9
waiting for the mi 5s but not in silver!
#10
puzzling how the same deal for the 32Gb gets over 200 heat and yet the 64GB for £10 more gets -79 so far Lool ( ahwell I tried)

Edited By: nofaddey on Oct 29, 2016 14:27: spelling
#11
nofaddey
puzzling how the same deal for the 32Gb gets over 200 heat and yet the 64GB for £10 more gets -79 so far Lool ( ahwell I tried)

This

"Please refrain from voting cold because its Gearbest. remmeber we are voting on the item and its price, not your customer review on the company itself."

People will vote cold as soon as they see you telling them the rules you just made up
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mynameisthehulk
nofaddey
puzzling how the same deal for the 32Gb gets over 200 heat and yet the 64GB for £10 more gets -79 so far Lool ( ahwell I tried)

This

"Please refrain from voting cold because its Gearbest. remmeber we are voting on the item and its price, not your customer review on the company itself."

People will vote cold as soon as they see you telling them the rules you just made up


I'm with you on that one. The seller is a major part of any deal, along with the product and the price point. When a seller has a poor reputation, then people avoid and vote cold. These lot do, so many people will be well within their rights to.

No way I'd ever spring over £200 for something from gearbest. Yes, if things work you've made a solid buy, but if things go wrong then you've chucked your money away.

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