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Xiaomi Redmi 4 Pro 5.0" in Gold, £115.00 @ Geekbuying

£115.00 @ geekbuying
Another Xiaomi deal, this time for the Redmi 4 with 3GB/32GB. I use a mi max and there are two redmi note 3 here too, all perform well. As is generally the case with Chinese phones this is missing b… Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Another Xiaomi deal, this time for the Redmi 4 with 3GB/32GB. I use a mi max and there are two redmi note 3 here too, all perform well.
As is generally the case with Chinese phones this is missing band 20 (800MHz) so no o2 4G.
Delivery in 3 weeks approximately with very little chance of customs if you choose free shipping.
Price is for Gold, silver and grey are more expensive.

Product details

Basic Information
Model Xiaomi Redmi 4 (3GB + 32GB)
Network 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
CDMA2000/1X BC0
3G: WCDMA B1/B2/B5/B8
TD-SCDMA B34/B39
4G: FDD-LTE B1/B3/ B7
TD-LTE B38/B39/B40/B41(2555-2655MHz)

SIM Card Dual SIM: Micro SIM + NANO SIM / TF-card
(One other SIM slot can in combination with one NANO-SIM card or One TF Card Be Used)
Style Bar
Color Gold, Black, Silver
Shell Material Metal

System
OS MIUI 8
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 2.0Ghz Octa Core
GPU Adreno 505, 650MHz
ROM 32GB
RAM 3GB
Card Extend Yes, support external TF card up to 128GB

Screen
Display Size 5.0-Inch
Type FHD capacitive touch screen, 72% NTSC color gamut
Resolution 1920*1080 Pixel, 443PPI, 1000:1 contrast ratio
Multi-Touch Yes
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carefulbuyer
if deal prices can't include cash back how can foreign imports not include duty and parcelfarce fees ?

Deals are based on the price you pay, not the price you MIGHT pay.

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1 Like #1
if deal prices can't include cash back how can foreign imports not include duty and parcelfarce fees ?
#2
Does this include a charger? As its as a optional extra on the basket.
1 Like #3
simplicity96
Does this include a charger? As its as a optional extra on the basket.
Package Contents
1 × Phone
1 × Built-in Battery
1 × Eject pin
1 × USB cable
1 × Power adapter (A right AC Adapter will be sent as your shipping country)
I prefer to use a 'proper' uk charger as the supplied adapter often doesn't meet uk electrical standards(the supplied charger is good quality, it's just the adapter that is questionable).
5 Likes #4
carefulbuyer
if deal prices can't include cash back how can foreign imports not include duty and parcelfarce fees ?

Deals are based on the price you pay, not the price you MIGHT pay.
1 Like #5
Android 6? Any word on if they support the official monthly security updates or even the nougat update?
1 Like #6
crackshotkv
Android 6? Any word on if they support the official monthly security updates or even the nougat update?


Had fair few updates in 6 months owned, very highly recommend eu rom
#7
carefulbuyer
if deal prices can't include cash back how can foreign imports not include duty and parcelfarce fees ?


general rule of thumb says that imported items under £135 are ignored for duty
#8
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
#9
I've got a redmi note 3 , great phone and with cyanogenmod / linage OS installed as the ROM it's awesome!
#10
woldranger
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
I use a fee free CC, may explain the discrepancy.
#11
damadgeruk
woldranger
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
I use a fee free CC, may explain the discrepancy.
I didn't realise that was an option. Where can you collect from?
#12
Are you able to manage with the size of the max?
#13
jonnyka
Are you able to manage with the size of the max?
Easily, though I used to use an HTC Flyer as my daily phone, that was a struggle at times.
1 Like #14
woldranger
damadgeruk
woldranger
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
I use a fee free CC, may explain the discrepancy.
I didn't realise that was an option. Where can you collect from?
CC = credit card(Halifax Clarity).
#15
damadgeruk
jonnyka
Are you able to manage with the size of the max?
Easily, though I used to use an HTC Flyer as my daily phone, that was a struggle at times.
I am thinking I'll get the doogee y6 Max or the ramos mos max next week but worried if size would be usable
1 Like #16
damadgeruk
woldranger
damadgeruk
woldranger
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
I use a fee free CC, may explain the discrepancy.
I didn't realise that was an option. Where can you collect from?
CC = credit card(Halifax Clarity).


Ha, I thought you meant, click and collect!
1 Like #17
crackshotkv
Android 6? Any word on if they support the official monthly security updates or even the nougat update?
Xiaomi are better than some major brands when it comes to updating MIUI. My ancient Redmi Note 2 still gets updated every now and then. Low-cost Redmi Note 3 some time ago received a version of Miui based on Marshmallow ( it started off with Lollipop). This phone is rumoured to receive a Nougat update and I would be susrprised if it didn't.
1 Like #18
jonnyka
damadgeruk
jonnyka
Are you able to manage with the size of the max?
Easily, though I used to use an HTC Flyer as my daily phone, that was a struggle at times.
I am thinking I'll get the doogee y6 Max or the ramos mos max next week but worried if size would be usable
Both are surprisingly cheap, not a fan of Mediatek processors though I have no first hand experience. I do know Xiaomi receive a lot of praise on hukd and rightly so IMO. Apparently Mediatek are less prone to being updated though xiaomi are continuously delivering ota updates.
#19
I didnt realise affiliate links were allowed here?

shareasale commission?
#20
antonywhite37
crackshotkv
Android 6? Any word on if they support the official monthly security updates or even the nougat update?


Had fair few updates in 6 months owned, very highly recommend eu rom


this was released less than 2 months ago.
you may be having a different model
#21
Looking for one if these second hand in uk is proving difficult
1 Like #22
jonnyka
Looking for one if these second hand in uk is proving difficult
Not suprised at all its a chinese phone, why would you want a second hand one? just order from china and get a shiny new one, dirt cheap anyway.
#23
damadgeruk
woldranger
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
I use a fee free CC, may explain the discrepancy.
Question (on using fee free credit card for foreign purchases): what curency do you buy in? (or is that the point - it doesn't matter?)
#24
Chrrye
damadgeruk
woldranger
THis shows as £118.54 when I clicked on the link
I use a fee free CC, may explain the discrepancy.
Question (on using fee free credit card for foreign purchases): what curency do you buy in? (or is that the point - it doesn't matter?)
Typically local currency though I usually use USD for Chinese sites.
#25
So I have £120 max to spend on a mobile
. want best one I can get for the money.. There's so many Chinese ones would this be the best one for the money?
2 Likes #26
jonnyka
So I have £120 max to spend on a mobile
. want best one I can get for the money.. There's so many Chinese ones would this be the best one for the money?


depends what size screen you'd like. this has a 5 inch screen and the build quality is excellent. make sure you go for the pro/prime version (same phone). You can't go wrong with the redmi note 3 (Kate version, band 20) 5.5 inch screen around the same price.
1 Like #27
jonnyka
So I have £120 max to spend on a mobile
. want best one I can get for the money.. There's so many Chinese ones would this be the best one for the money?
As above, redmi note 3 is a great phone or mi max if you need 6"+ though £150ish.
#28
Thanks for replies :) one last question.. Can you play pokemon go on the redmi note 3? Deal breaker lol if so I'll purchase pronto lol
1 Like #29
no problem for pokemon go :-)
1 Like #30
jonnyka
Thanks for replies :) one last question.. Can you play pokemon go on the redmi note 3? Deal breaker lol if so I'll purchase pronto lol

just remember to get the redmi note 3 "special edition" or "kate" version
#31
vervester
jonnyka
Thanks for replies :) one last question.. Can you play pokemon go on the redmi note 3? Deal breaker lol if so I'll purchase pronto lol
just remember to get the redmi note 3 "special edition" or "kate" version
Thank you :) Why the 'special' 'kate' version? What is the difference?
#32
jonnyka
vervester
jonnyka
Thanks for replies :) one last question.. Can you play pokemon go on the redmi note 3? Deal breaker lol if so I'll purchase pronto lol
just remember to get the redmi note 3 "special edition" or "kate" version
Thank you :) Why the 'special' 'kate' version? What is the difference?
The 'regular' version doesn't support band 20 which reduces 4G compatibility. I'm on 3 so don't miss it.
#33
will f1 2016 play on this? opengl 3.1 is required
#34
jonnyka
So I have £120 max to spend on a mobile
. want best one I can get for the money.. There's so many Chinese ones would this be the best one for the money?


yes this is one of the better if not best Chinese brands around. many support pages including on Reddit. had my Redmi 3 pro for three months daily use only problem I've had is the camera app crashes my phone but I'm on the old MIUI update not gone to version 8
#35
Can anybody confirm what the GPS accuracy is like on these Redmi models please? I have been using another Chinese brand (Cubot) these past 18 months and the GPS is horrendous, both when driving and when running. I gather that is common on cheaper Chinese models (esp. with Mediatek processors). I am tempted by a Redmi 3 or 4 but only if it is likely to improve accuracy in satnav/running apps.
1 Like #36
r_holmes22
Can anybody confirm what the GPS accuracy is like on these Redmi models please? I have been using another Chinese brand (Cubot) these past 18 months and the GPS is horrendous, both when driving and when running. I gather that is common on cheaper Chinese models (esp. with Mediatek processors). I am tempted by a Redmi 3 or 4 but only if it is likely to improve accuracy in satnav/running apps.
No issues on mine while running Google maps.
#37
r_holmes22
Can anybody confirm what the GPS accuracy is like on these Redmi models please? I have been using another Chinese brand (Cubot) these past 18 months and the GPS is horrendous, both when driving and when running. I gather that is common on cheaper Chinese models (esp. with Mediatek processors). I am tempted by a Redmi 3 or 4 but only if it is likely to improve accuracy in satnav/running apps.
I have a Redmi 3S Pro/Prime (with Band20) and I use it to track my daily dog walks and for playing Ingress. No problems here, phone generally is flawless and battery life is amazing.
#38
showing as £139.19 here?
#39
Problem with buying the Redmis off Gearbest and Geekbuying is that you've no idea what ROM comes with the phone. Alot of them have dodgy versions of the Chinese developer ROM with lots of boat/ad/malware.

It's clear from the description that this phone comes with the "MIUI V8.0.5.0.0 SMARTPHONE FIRMWARE 212541 161228"

That's just some seriously dodgy, fake / customised / developer version of the ROM. Definitely not the official ROM. Person who started this thread should be explaining this properly in the description.

Unless you're prepared to flash the ROM from the get go, 99% of buyers would be better off buying a Redmi phone from Ali Express (eg. HK Goldway) with the official Global International ROM, and ideally the SE version with B20 support.

Hot for the phone generally and price.

COLD for this particular deal/seller.


Edited By: Picard123 on Jan 22, 2017 09:46: .
#40
Picard123
Problem with buying the Redmis off Gearbest and Geekbuying is that you've no idea what ROM comes with the phone. Alot of them have dodgy versions of the Chinese developer ROM with lots of boat/ad/malware.

It's clear from the description that this phone comes with the "MIUI V8.0.5.0.0 SMARTPHONE FIRMWARE 212541 161228"

That's just some seriously dodgy, fake / customised / developer version of the ROM. Definitely not the official ROM. Person who started this thread should be explaining this properly in the description.

Unless you're prepared to flash the ROM from the get go, 99% of buyers would be better off buying a Redmi phone from Ali Express (eg. HK Goldway) with the official Global International ROM, and ideally the SE version with B20 support.

Hot for the phone generally and price.

COLD for this particular deal/seller.



sorry I am curious how it is you know that this is a dodgy or fake rom?

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