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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 64GB Dual Sim 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED £149.99 @ Eglobal Central

£149.99 @ eGlobal Central
After recently viewing and looking at the Redmi Note 3 Pro which is £129.99, I found out that this phone is significantly higher speced The specs include a Deca Core 2.1ghz processor which has gre… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
After recently viewing and looking at the Redmi Note 3 Pro which is £129.99, I found out that this phone is significantly higher speced

The specs include a Deca Core 2.1ghz processor which has great benchmarks, alongside a nice 4100mah battery.

Further specs can be found herehttp://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_redmi_note_4-8291.php
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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3 Likes #1
Got one of these off a seller on Aliexpress a week or so ago.
It's a great phone, lovely screen and very fast.
Would definitely recommend this phone to anyone who is thinking of getting it.
1 Like #2
"...and its from a UK seller" - ???
#3
Great but again no band 20 :(
1 Like #4
papadoc
Got one of these off a seller on Aliexpress a week or so ago.
It's a great phone, lovely screen and very fast.
Would definitely recommend this phone to anyone who is thinking of getting it.
From what ive seen on youtube the speed of it in terms of performance comes very close to high end phones like S7, LG g5, Sony Xperia Z5. After I've ordered my monitor this is on my list, I hope it lives up to its videos and hype. The phone better but my S3 to shame or else :p:p
#5
pavel76
"...and its from a UK seller" - ???
The redmi note 3 offer was from aliexpress and not sure which country it was shipping from.
#6
hamzahuk
pavel76
"...and its from a UK seller" - ???
The redmi note 3 offer was from aliexpress and not sure which country it was shipping from.
...and this Note 4 is shipped from ?
#7
Cold, because of Chinese company
#8
pavel76
hamzahuk
pavel76
"...and its from a UK seller" - ???
The redmi note 3 offer was from aliexpress and not sure which country it was shipping from.
...and this Note 4 is shipped from ?
From what I've read and seen, Eglobal.co.uk is UK based so I'm strongly assuming, here.
#9
hamzahuk
pavel76
hamzahuk
pavel76
"...and its from a UK seller" - ???
The redmi note 3 offer was from aliexpress and not sure which country it was shipping from.
...and this Note 4 is shipped from ?
From what I've read and seen, Eglobal.co.uk is UK based so I'm strongly assuming, here.
Ohh man...
3 Likes #10
ferrarian
Cold, because of Chinese company
Cut them some slack, if there providing a product thats similar in terms of performance to a high end, for much less money. From a price to performance perspective this is perfect.
1 Like #11
rev6
Great but again no band 20 :(


Think most people appear to be over looking this rather major issue!

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/
#13
cecilmcroberts
rev6
Great but again no band 20 :(
Think most people appear to be over looking this rather major issue! http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/
So does that mean this phone wont be able to connect on some networks...
#14
Nice find!, but has anyone ordered from geekbuying before, I personally havent even heard of the site.
#16
hamzahuk
cecilmcroberts
rev6
Great but again no band 20 :(
Think most people appear to be over looking this rather major issue! http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/
So does that mean this phone wont be able to connect on some networks...


Yes. Read the link and it explains which networks along with what the band 20 means for those networks like EE who use more than one band.
1 Like #17
hamzahuk
From what I've read and seen, Eglobal.co.uk is UK based so I'm strongly assuming, here.
No. Quotes from t&c:
"...By purchasing products through eglobal central, you authorise eglobal central to make arrangements for clearance of customs on your behalf for the products in your order. As importing products from overseas can be a hassle for most of our customers... After 3 month of receiving the goods and clearing customs, eGlobal Central will not be held responsible for any custom related fees... Governing Law and Jurisdiction: you agree that the laws of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern these Terms and Conditions, and any other applicable policies or dispute of any sort that might arise between you and eglobal central..."
http://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.html
#18
hamzahuk
From what I've read and seen, Eglobal.co.uk is UK based so I'm strongly assuming, here.
You didn't read enough, it's not uk based.

"We offer free shipping for orders to whole United Kingdom with Economy Express Shipping through our partnership with international couriers. Most in-stock items are directly dispatched within 24 working hours from our warehouse and will be delivered within 6-8 business days."

No way there are in uk with those delivery times.
#19
This only 5inch screen and can be bought £30 less on AliExpress through goldway who I've bought my redmi note 3 pro from
#20
Based in Manchester. UK item unless stated otherwise. My Note 3 pro came with royal mail special delivery
#21
This phone is £111on some AliExpress sellers and same specifications. It's a massive mark up to pay £150. My redmi note 3 pro cost £107 from goldway with global ROM and delivery in about 10 days tracked
#22
hamzahuk
Nice find!, but has anyone ordered from geekbuying before, I personally havent even heard of the site.


Geek buying good seller. Personally I would buy from AliExpress goldway, banggood or geek buying. I would avoid geaebest like the plague. Have ordered from all. Gearbest shocking. My favourite is goldway on AliExpress quick delivery and faultless seller
#23
darrenhughes
This phone is £111on some AliExpress sellers and same specifications. It's a massive mark up to pay £150. My redmi note 3 pro cost £107 from goldway with global ROM and delivery in about 10 days tracked
Could you show us a link for 64GB version for £111 please ?
#24
darrenhughes
This only 5inch screen and can be bought £30 less on AliExpress through goldway who I've bought my redmi note 3 pro from


No this is 5.5 inch. It's a note 4 not redmi 4.
#25
So no 4G on O2 / tesco what a bummer
#26
darrenhughes
This phone is £111on some AliExpress sellers and same specifications. It's a massive mark up to pay £150. My redmi note 3 pro cost £107 from goldway with global ROM and delivery in about 10 days tracked
Link please
#27
Don't order from Geekbuying, I ordered this from them around 10 days ago, they said they had stock, they didn't. Just kept saying wait till next week, or we will give you a gift or a $3 dollar refund when you asked for your money back. I told them another supplier had it in stock and they were like no they lie you will have to wait so we will keep your order here.
Had to escalate to a paypal claim to get a refund.
In the mean time I ordered from Banggood, shipped within 24 hours.
1 Like #28
Good phone but the only problem is warranty. Last time I had Redmi 3. Done everything I could but couldn't install Play store.

At the end phone stopped working. Wouldn't switch on. The phone was from.ebay which was out of return policy but it was good seller they agreed with the return and issued full refund.

If at this price it was sold by Amazon I would have ordered without thinking.
banned 1 Like #29
I've got the phone and it's pretty good.

The gold on the white/gold version definitely has a hint of pink in it though.

Camera isn't that great and the fingerprint scanner is hit and miss. Although the battery is huge it's probably more of a 36 hour phone not a 48 hour phone.

Other than that though it's totally worth it. And for people worried about no band 20, ask yourself how much impact that would really make to your life...
#30
daman2k
Don't order from Geekbuying, I ordered this from them around 10 days ago, they said they had stock, they didn't. Just kept saying wait till next week, or we will give you a gift or a $3 dollar refund when you asked for your money back. I told them another supplier had it in stock and they were like no they lie you will have to wait so we will keep your order here.
Had to escalate to a paypal claim to get a refund.
In the mean time I ordered from Banggood, shipped within 24 hours.

I ordered the black 64gb one from Geekbuying on the 28th October, shipped on the 2nd November. It took 27 days to arrive at Heathrow and that was 29th November and still not made it here yet. Longest I have had to wait yet, not sure if its the time of year slowing it down or something else.
#31
daman2k
Don't order from Geekbuying, I ordered this from them around 10 days ago, they said they had stock, they didn't. Just kept saying wait till next week, or we will give you a gift or a $3 dollar refund when you asked for your money back. I told them another supplier had it in stock and they were like no they lie you will have to wait so we will keep your order here.
Had to escalate to a paypal claim to get a refund.
In the mean time I ordered from Banggood, shipped within 24 hours.

Intrestingly I had the opposite. Banggood telling me phone (RedMi3) was in stock and to wait. gearBest had told me that it was discoontinued and they were not getting anymore stock in but with GeekBuying shipping within a week of purchase.
#32
wildbilly1
So no 4G on O2 / tesco what a bummer

You also need to worry about those who use dual/multiple bands as well band 20 travels further and penetrates buildings better than the others so as an example out in the sticks where I am even though EE use multiple bands I can't get EE 4G inside and outside it is still very patchy with a device that doesn't cover band 20. In work no hope at all and even outside is still patchy due to large surrounding buildings etc.
#33
AndyRoyd
hamzahuk
From what I've read and seen, Eglobal.co.uk is UK based so I'm strongly assuming, here.
No. Quotes from t&c:
"...By purchasing products through eglobal central, you authorise eglobal central to make arrangements for clearance of customs on your behalf for the products in your order. As importing products from overseas can be a hassle for most of our customers... After 3 month of receiving the goods and clearing customs, eGlobal Central will not be held responsible for any custom related fees... Governing Law and Jurisdiction: you agree that the laws of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern these Terms and Conditions, and any other applicable policies or dispute of any sort that might arise between you and eglobal central..."
http://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.html


Well done you
#34
I got a phone from eglobalcenter a couple years back. HTC M7. Shipped by DHL, from china to my door in 2.5 days. They specified £22 on customs declaration. Said "phone batteries". :) I guess it's alright to go with them until everything is fine, when it goes south then you'll regret. I like AliExpress for that reason as it works similar way to eBay - one platform and many shops. If something goes wrong you just raise a dispute and most of the times Ali sorts it out.
#35
submerged
daman2k
Don't order from Geekbuying, I ordered this from them around 10 days ago, they said they had stock, they didn't. Just kept saying wait till next week, or we will give you a gift or a $3 dollar refund when you asked for your money back. I told them another supplier had it in stock and they were like no they lie you will have to wait so we will keep your order here.
Had to escalate to a paypal claim to get a refund.
In the mean time I ordered from Banggood, shipped within 24 hours.
I ordered the black 64gb one from Geekbuying on the 28th October, shipped on the 2nd November. It took 27 days to arrive at Heathrow and that was 29th November and still not made it here yet. Longest I have had to wait yet, not sure if its the time of year slowing it down or something else.

Wow sorry to hear that, glad I had that order cancelled, hope you finally get your phone!
#36
bluecityste
Based in Manchester. UK item unless stated otherwise. My Note 3 pro came with royal mail special delivery
No they aren't
#37
daman2k

submerged
daman2k
Don't order from Geekbuying, I ordered this from them around 10 days ago, they said they had stock, they didn't. Just kept saying wait till next week, or we will give you a gift or a $3 dollar refund when you asked for your money back. I told them another supplier had it in stock and they were like no they lie you will have to wait so we will keep your order here.
Had to escalate to a paypal claim to get a refund.
In the mean time I ordered from Banggood, shipped within 24 hours.
I ordered the black 64gb one from Geekbuying on the 28th October, shipped on the 2nd November. It took 27 days to arrive at Heathrow and that was 29th November and still not made it here yet. Longest I have had to wait yet, not sure if its the time of year slowing it down or something else.

Wow sorry to hear that, glad I had that order cancelled, hope you finally get your phone!


lol it turned up an hour ago no customs charges. Took an age to arrive but at least it's here. Looks nice in black too.
#38
24 Lee Chung Street,
Chai Wan,
Hong Kong

Not exactly a UK address.
They also take 8% off per month for wear and tear when something breaks and only give you a credit note instead of a refund. If you use the cheap shipping they also don't cover you for loss or damage above the couriers cover which is probably next to nothing if they are undervaluing products on the declarations.
#39
lukec36
And for people worried about no band 20, ask yourself how much impact that would really make to your life...
If you are on VF or O2 (or a VMNO that uses them and offers 4G) then I can see why people are bothered. If you are on Three or EE, then no, it wont make a difference. EE are only rolling out B20 now and Three have rolled out B20 "supervoice" but only in a very limited way. My unbranded Galaxy S7E does get it but when I put my sim in my wife's G4 it doesn't. Even if this had a B20 radio I can guarantee it wouldn't work on Three.

Oh, and I haven't been impressed with Three "supervoice" anyway.
banned#40
finbaar
lukec36
And for people worried about no band 20, ask yourself how much impact that would really make to your life...
If you are on VF or O2 (or a VMNO that uses them and offers 4G) then I can see why people are bothered. If you are on Three or EE, then no, it wont make a difference. EE are only rolling out B20 now and Three have rolled out B20 "supervoice" but only in a very limited way. My unbranded Galaxy S7E does get it but when I put my sim in my wife's G4 it doesn't. Even if this had a B20 radio I can guarantee it wouldn't work on Three.

Oh, and I haven't been impressed with Three "supervoice" anyway.


I'm on Vodafone and can get 4G in most places but admittedly I rarely venture to rural areas. But even still you're going to be able to get 3G/H/H+ in most places and unless you're trying to stream in HD on your mobile I don't see what difference it really makes. General browsing, social media updates and even streaming audio won't feel too much 'better' on 4G compared to 3G/H/H+.

But fair enough if it is enough to put people off. I was just suggesting that 4G may be more of a want than a need :)

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