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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 3GB RAM 64GB ROM Gold £133.08 Aliexpress/Goldway + 8.8% Quidco

£133.08 @ Ali Express
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1 Like #1
I am not sure about paying >£100 for a MediaTek SoC
#2
Someone posted this yesterday but was a few quid more.

Looks a bit too plasticky to me
1 Like #3
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
1 Like #4
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
1 Like #5
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
#6
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
#7
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.

How about a Xiaomi Note 4?
2 Likes #8
Gollywood
Someone posted this yesterday but was a few quid more.

Looks a bit too plasticky to me


Plasticky lol.

Have a black one in my hand and it has a high build quality. Just as solid as the wifes iphone 6 plus. I had a redmi note 3 which was a poor build quality imo as it creaked and flexed due to plastic top and bottom but this is all alloy and is
Solid.
#9
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
If you look for threads centring around lag and reboots, you should find plenty. Just out of interest, what version are you running, Lollipop or MM?
#10
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
If you look for threads centring around lag and reboots, you should find plenty. Just out of interest, what version are you running, Lollipop or MM?
im on 6.0.1. Official and "unfettled" stock EE handset just doing the standard pushed out updates from Samsung/EE. Not had any noticable problems myself. Yet...
#11
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
If you look for threads centring around lag and reboots, you should find plenty. Just out of interest, what version are you running, Lollipop or MM?
im on 6.0.1. Official and "unfettled" stock EE handset just doing the standard pushed out updates from Samsung/EE. Not had any noticable problems myself. Yet...

Fingers crossed you dont encounter any issues mate. Which security patch are you running?
#12
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
If you look for threads centring around lag and reboots, you should find plenty. Just out of interest, what version are you running, Lollipop or MM?
im on 6.0.1. Official and "unfettled" stock EE handset just doing the standard pushed out updates from Samsung/EE. Not had any noticable problems myself. Yet...
Fingers crossed you dont encounter any issues mate. Which security patch are you running?
MDF v2.0 Release 6
VPN v1.4 Release 6.0
ASKS V1.2_161011

Android security patch level:-
1 November 2016
#13
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
If you look for threads centring around lag and reboots, you should find plenty. Just out of interest, what version are you running, Lollipop or MM?
im on 6.0.1. Official and "unfettled" stock EE handset just doing the standard pushed out updates from Samsung/EE. Not had any noticable problems myself. Yet...
Fingers crossed you dont encounter any issues mate. Which security patch are you running?
MDF v2.0 Release 6
VPN v1.4 Release 6.0
ASKS V1.2_161011
Android security patch level:-
1 November 2016
I was looking to flash one of these more recent versions - have you noticed any difference since the older one from around march I think?
1 Like #14
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
furiousjammin
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
Another Note 4? I'm currently on the Note 4, and coming up for an upgrade, but literally nothing on the market takes my fancy. Premium or chinese special, none seem to be worth the move.
Not likely after reading that the mobo failure has been around since the upgrade to MM earlier in the year. Something in the MM screwed things up and once it's done, it's done. People have tried with all kinds of ROM,s (stock, modded stock-based and custom) to no avail. I bought mine used and was really happy this week, but there's no way I'll buy another knowing there's a very good chance the same could happen.
The closest thing I've seen was the LG G5 but it's out of my price range.
Thanks for the info. I'll have a look around the net for info on this as i hadn't heard anything about it until your comment. Cheers.
If you look for threads centring around lag and reboots, you should find plenty. Just out of interest, what version are you running, Lollipop or MM?
im on 6.0.1. Official and "unfettled" stock EE handset just doing the standard pushed out updates from Samsung/EE. Not had any noticable problems myself. Yet...
Fingers crossed you dont encounter any issues mate. Which security patch are you running?
MDF v2.0 Release 6
VPN v1.4 Release 6.0
ASKS V1.2_161011
Android security patch level:-
1 November 2016
I was looking to flash one of these more recent versions - have you noticed any difference since the older one from around march I think?
I had an update around a week ago to the version im on now. It seems to be a little quicker at opening apps, but the major difference is the battery usage. Lasts a lot longer now than it did before the update.
#15
Gollywood
Someone posted this yesterday but was a few quid more.

Looks a bit too plasticky to me


if its constructed like the standard redmi its metal......
suspended#16
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
LG ? I think the G5 allows that
#17
PhilK
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.
LG ? I think the G5 allows that
The g5 does allow that, but that price bracket atm is insane.
#18
A LG G4 then
#19
woldranger
I'm looking to replace my Samsung Note 4 (faulty mobo) - has anyone got any suggestions for phones with removable batteries? That's a must and severely limits my options.


any phone and a power bank?
I don't see an advantage of a removable battery, even none removable batteries can be replaced
#20
note 3 is fastet.look at YouTube comparisons
1 Like #21
mynameisthehulk
I am not sure about paying >£100 for a MediaTek SoC
Not the same thing (not a Note) but close: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gold-xiaomi-redmi-4-pro-snapdragon-625-5-0-inch-3gb-ram-32gb-rom-4100mah-13-0mp-2567630

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