Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro-5.5" FHD Snapdragon 650, 3GB 4000mah - Gold Band20/Kate/Global/Special Edition- £125.70 @ AliExress/ FANTACY TECHNOLOGY £12.85 Quidco Cashback - HotUKDeals
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro-5.5" FHD Snapdragon 650, 3GB 4000mah - Gold Band20/Kate/Global/Special Edition- £125.70 @ AliExress/ FANTACY TECHNOLOGY £12.85 Quidco Cashback

£125.70 @ Ali Express
On offer again via aliexpress and Fantacy for 4 days, to avoid warranty charge I just selected ship to usa then made sure it has the UK address on the order before payment. 4G Network : FDD LTE B1/… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
On offer again via aliexpress and Fantacy for 4 days, to avoid warranty charge I just selected ship to usa then made sure it has the UK address on the order before payment.

4G Network : FDD LTE B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/20/28/ ( 2100/1900/ 1800/ 1700/ 850/ 2600/ 900/ 800/ 700MHz); TD-LTE B40 (2300MHZ)

http://www.quidco.com
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keifling
is it easy to flash?


yep just open your trenchcoat
7 Likes
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)

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#1
Looks good to me.
#2
Refused to pay my quidco, the only retailer ive ever had that problem with so dont count on it
#3
seems to be the only place selling it stating band 20? I would be very happy to be proved wrong...
1 Like #4
kiora
seems to be the only place selling it stating band 20? I would be very happy to be proved wrong...
There's a couple of sellers on aliexpress, geekbuying have it also.
1 Like #5
kiora
seems to be the only place selling it stating band 20? I would be very happy to be proved wrong...

Special Edition or International Version. Other places do sell it and state Band 20 (800MHz)

Edited By: rev6 on Jan 02, 2017 13:13
1 Like #7
Lovely.
7 Likes #8
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)
2 Likes #9
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)

Just thought people should be aware, you don't have to throw your toys out of the pram - glad you and your wife are happy, that's good to know.
4 Likes #10
tuna89
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)
you don't have to throw your toys out of the pram -
It appears that your perspective is broken. Maybe you should lurk a bit before posting.
1 Like #11
damadgeruk
tuna89
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)
you don't have to throw your toys out of the pram -
It appears that your perspective is broken. Maybe you should lurk a bit before posting.

lol ok.
#12

Whats new. Here is a quote from one of your duckduck links.

"An article was released a week ago in Belgium, which showed that a smartphone with the 30 most common apps installed on it makes 350.000 connections within 24 hours, when it is NOT being used and but has a wifi/3g conneciton ON, with 76 servers across the world within countries ranging from: the USA, China, Singapore, Ukraine, etc.

Personal information gets shared but also IMEI codes an well virtually anything else that has any value."

http://www.demorgen.be/dm/nl/5403/Internet/article/detail/1744852/2013/11/22/Smartphones-zijn-verklikkers-ook-zonder-te-bellen.dhtml?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=web#.Uo8NKAemTyU.facebook
#13
tuna89
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)
Just thought people should be aware, you don't have to throw your toys out of the pram - glad you and your wife are happy, that's good to know.
For info, these phones don't inherently have malware installed, however if the re-seller installs an unofficial "multi-language" ROM it has the potential to be loaded with all kinds of cr*p.
When you order the phone request that the seller provide it "sealed box". If the phone arrives and it looks like it's already been opened then be cautious and look at installing the official Global ROM from Xiaomi, or installing a reputable custom ROM from xiaomi.eu.
1 Like #14
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)


Which phone would you say is better?
3 Likes #15
tan159
Whats new. Here is a quote from one of your duckduck links.

"An article was released a week ago in Belgium, which showed that a smartphone with the 30 most common apps installed on it makes 350.000 connections within 24 hours, when it is NOT being used and but has a wifi/3g conneciton ON, with 76 servers across the world within countries ranging from: the USA, China, Singapore, Ukraine, etc.

Personal information gets shared but also IMEI codes an well virtually anything else that has any value."

http://www.demorgen.be/dm/nl/5403/Internet/article/detail/1744852/2013/11/22/Smartphones-zijn-verklikkers-ook-zonder-te-bellen.dhtml?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=web#.Uo8NKAemTyU.facebook
Try as you like, but there's no escaping it these days.
Companies all over the world are using any available technology to track our history, habits, choices, personalities etc, and creating individual profiles of each and every one of us.
We are merely products, ready to be sold to the highest bidder.
2 Likes #16


agree with others using this model (non international version ) had around d 6 months no issues.good phone, good battery life, it gets ota updates every month or so. good company if u ask me. my next phones will be xiaomi
#18
Great phone can't really be beaten in this price range if you don't mind the wait
Just check your rom version when you get it to make sure the vendor hasn't put malware on it
#19
hamzahzafar
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)
Which phone would you say is better?
Mi max and note 3 are effectively the same bar screen size (though both are available with 650 or 652 snapdragon - we have one of each both with 3GB Ram, I find very little difference).
#20
Brought this phone a few months back from Ali express, it took a while to arrive but brilliant for the money. On first boot up it did an ota update to miui 8.1. No complaints from me and would certainly buy Xiaomi again.
2 Likes #21
Presumably this is liable to import charges and VAT?
#22
is it easy to flash?
15 Likes #23
keifling
is it easy to flash?


yep just open your trenchcoat
1 Like #24
gari189
Presumably this is liable to import charges and VAT?


Provided you stick to free shipping, you should be OK, although, there's never any guarantee.
#25
damadgeruk
Old news, any evidence from the last 12 months?
No, I couldn't find any either. Happily using my xiaomi mi max, wife is happily using a redmi note 3 without a tin hat too. :)


i love my mi max! best value for money phone I've ever bought
#26
kiora
seems to be the only place selling it stating band 20? I would be very happy to be proved wrong...


Banggood have it for 170 USD
1 Like #27
Amazing phone, especially for the price you pay.
#28
wont buy anything from aliexpress
#29
OP any links for temp glass and case
1 Like #30
raulvibes
OP any links for temp glass and case

Mentioned here last time this phone was a deal

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-redmi-note-3-pro-5-5-fhd-snapdragon-650-3gb-4000mah-gold-band20-kate-global-2559868?page=12#comments
2 Likes #31
careful with cases for this. I've got the normal version, plenty of cases for that. the Kate version is 2mm longer, the wife has that and I had to get a flexible pu case as the stiff ones wouldn't fit.
#32
I bought my one the last time it was a deal. I declined the case option, (which was silly), but I was still provided a clear rubber case for it which is all I need and does the job.

The phone is excellent and quick as well, although I am comparing it to my previous phone which was quite old!

Before I did anything I installed a number of different antivirus \ malware \ security products providing full scans with all of them and nothing was highlighted as being unsafe.

The camera could be slightly better, if I wanted to be fussy, but for the money it's a super phone.
#33
Received it before Christmas, compared with Oneplus 2 and Redmi wins with battery life and gaming performance (the only game I'm playing is Real Racing 3), lost with design and camera. Overall, Redmi stays, Oneplus went back to Amazon.
Now I'm on CM13 which is great.
#34
My Note 3 got stolen yesterday, would this make an ideal replacement

Thanks
#35
Sorry for the newbie question.

Would this phone be suitable for someone who just wants a typical Samsung/iPhone functionality but without the price premium? Not being tech savy is it a case of switch on and go?

It mentions MIUI 8, based on Android 5.1, is it simple to keep updated and maintain your apps through the Play Store?

Are there any UK networks this wouldn't work on? At the moment we use Tesco, but might switch to something else, possibly Three.

Thank you to anyone that can advise.
1 Like #36
bobsootie
Sorry for the newbie question.

Would this phone be suitable for someone who just wants a typical Samsung/iPhone functionality but without the price premium? Not being tech savy is it a case of switch on and go?

It mentions MIUI 8, based on Android 5.1, is it simple to keep updated and maintain your apps through the Play Store?

Are there any UK networks this wouldn't work on? At the moment we use Tesco, but might switch to something else, possibly Three.

Thank you to anyone that can advise.


Should be perfectly fine for your needs play store will probably be on it out the box, android updates would be over the air as ad when xiaomi decide, unless you mess about with roms. Covets all the bands required for UK networks.
#37
Can anyone who has the phone tell me if it works with banking apps? More more specifically Barclays?

Thanks
1 Like #38
sam2142
Can anyone who has the phone tell me if it works with banking apps? More more specifically Barclays?

Thanks


works with HSBC and first direct.

I hazard the guess that as long as you don't root it then they should work fine.
#39
Just purchased this for £127 but added a case as well. Quidco hasn't tracked so fingers crossed.
Edit.. just got a message that it tracked as £12.96 and total price was £154. Will have to check with credit card now
as order says £127.

Edited By: shabbird on Jan 03, 2017 15:00
1 Like #40
I'm just so annoyed with all these great phones that claims to be dual sim but where one of the slots really is for SD card. Why do they do this ? Trying to replace my Honox5, but so far all phones I see and like fails on this matter.

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