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ZTE Nubia Z7 Max 5.5 Inch 2GB RAM 32GB ROM Qualcomm Snapdragon 4G Smartphone £80.94 @ Banggood

£80.94 @ BangGood
This phone is perfect for me (spec wise). It comes with dual sim (3 card slots), FHD, decent camera, 3100 mAh battery, NFC, gyro and compass. The 7 things I lookout for in a phone (all the phones I lo… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
This phone is perfect for me (spec wise). It comes with dual sim (3 card slots), FHD, decent camera, 3100 mAh battery, NFC, gyro and compass. The 7 things I lookout for in a phone (all the phones I look at always got 1 or 2 things missing).
I think the SD801 chipset is still capable.
http://www.gsmarena.com/zte_nubia_z7_max-6491.php

I would have bought this if I didn't just buy a Xiaomi Redmi Note Pro 3.

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escortboy
sam_of_london
No 800 band, old phone, used to be hot 2-3 years ago.
Side by side testing with Samsung Galaxy S7 on day to day things like browsing, Facebook etc and there really isn't much different..
Your're wasting your time with sam, he's the village idiot on this site.

Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Dec 26, 2016 12:22

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#1
Does it support Cyanogen Mod??
1 Like #2
ro888
Does it support Cyanogen Mod??
Second comment down suggest so
#3
cheap phone for specs I had one and could never get YouTube to work so I sold it but decent phone and cheap
#4
Would this work with 4g LTE on EE
2 Likes #5
No 800 band, old phone, used to be hot 2-3 years ago.
1 Like #6
tranceazure
cheap phone for specs I had one and could never get YouTube to work so I sold it but decent phone and cheap
It works on the one I bought.
#7
sam_of_london
No 800 band, old phone, used to be hot 2-3 years ago.
Side by side testing with Samsung Galaxy S7 on day to day things like browsing, Facebook etc and there really isn't much different..
13 Likes #8
escortboy
sam_of_london
No 800 band, old phone, used to be hot 2-3 years ago.
Side by side testing with Samsung Galaxy S7 on day to day things like browsing, Facebook etc and there really isn't much different..
Your're wasting your time with sam, he's the village idiot on this site.

Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Dec 26, 2016 12:22
#9
Good specs. Wonder what latest android OS you can get with this?
#10
escortboy
sam_of_london
No 800 band, old phone, used to be hot 2-3 years ago.
Side by side testing with Samsung Galaxy S7 on day to day things like browsing, Facebook etc and there really isn't much different..


What a comparison between sd 820 with 4gb ram and sd 801 with 2gb. All porkies.
#11
teerex
Good specs. Wonder what latest android OS you can get with this?
Marshmallow
#12
Does it come with Play installed? And how many weeks for delivery? As escort boy says these can be had for £90 on UK eBay.
1 Like #13
Jonnyblock
Does it come with Play installed? And how many weeks for delivery? As escort boy says these can be had for £90 on UK eBay.

Mine did. And it arrived 8 days after ordering.
#14
ianbeany
Jonnyblock
Does it come with Play installed? And how many weeks for delivery? As escort boy says these can be had for £90 on UK eBay.
Mine did. And it arrived 8 days after ordering.
is it true that this has both 'NFC' as well as 'Infrared port'?
#15
Too big for me but heated nonetheless!
#16
Thinking to order it. Likely to be any customs charges?

Warehouse is based in HQ.

Edited By: msaquib on Dec 26, 2016 17:40: Edit
1 Like #17
Not sure if this was supported by Cyanogenmod but it's all up in the air now with what happened a few days ago. Probably won't be supported by its successor, Lineage. If you are especially tight and only use your phone for the most basic stuff then this thing will be fine for you, but if you can stretch it just a little bit then I absolutely recommend the Redmi Note 3 Pro. Much better custom ROM support and all round better phone for just a bit more money.
#18
Thanks
1 Like #19
timbotadumitruion
Would this work with 4g LTE on EE
it should - see here -

https://community.ee.co.uk/t5/4G-and-mobile-data/LTE-frequency-bands/td-p/272040
#20
Bit of an idiot when it comes to phones, so I do apologise

I currently have a Pay as you Go O2 sim, if I just chuck that into this phone, am I all good to go?
Thanks
#21
Does it support the 4G band of Three network please?
#22
rasdonny
timbotadumitruion
Would this work with 4g LTE on EE
it should - see here - https://community.ee.co.uk/t5/4G-and-mobile-data/LTE-frequency-bands/td-p/272040
Thanks!
#23
To those who have bought from Banggood before -

Ship From:

HK Warehouse

is selected, and i dont seem to be able to change it - is that okay?
#24
hamodah
Does it support the 4G band of Three network please?
3uk uses 1800 (band 3) as well 800 (band 20) for 4G, so it shld work on Three network
see here -
http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/
#25
What about customs duty?
#26
rasdonny
hamodah
Does it support the 4G band of Three network please?
3uk uses 1800 (band 3) as well 800 (band 20) for 4G, so it shld work on Three network
see here -http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/

Many thanks
#27
801 is old-school, my z2 is approaching 3 years old and features it. The new Android does not support the 801..
2 Likes #28
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Dec 26, 2016 21:49
2 Likes #29
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.

Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!

But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.

You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)
1 Like #30
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.
Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!
But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.
You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)

Jesus fecking christ. Use the damn search, its what its there for!
#31
under £200 with a good camera??? So much choice.....decisions decisions
1 Like #32
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.
Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!
But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.
You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)
Jesus fecking christ. Use the damn search, its what its there for!

Ok found the deal where you have to take out a credit account with very. That's more high risk than a phone breaking. Besides it's a lower spec.
But on the plus side I found the more equivalent speced 'plus' at £189. But for that money I could get two Z7's (as a spare incase one breaks or is stolen or lost) and a spare screen (incase one gets broken)
That would cover more bases. :)
#33
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.
Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!
But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.
You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)
Jesus fecking christ. Use the damn search, its what its there for!
Ok found the deal where you have to take out a credit account with very. That's more high risk than a phone breaking. Besides it's a lower spec.
But on the plus side I found the more equivalent speced 'plus' at £189. But for that money I could get two Z7's (as a spare incase one breaks or is stolen or lost) and a spare screen (incase one gets broken)
That would cover more bases. :)
How is it more high risk? Its an item over £100 on credit, you've got them by the **** for several years. Very have to comply with UK and EU law, this shower of **** don't.
#34
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.
Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!
But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.
You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)
Jesus fecking christ. Use the damn search, its what its there for!
Ok found the deal where you have to take out a credit account with very. That's more high risk than a phone breaking. Besides it's a lower spec.
But on the plus side I found the more equivalent speced 'plus' at £189. But for that money I could get two Z7's (as a spare incase one breaks or is stolen or lost) and a spare screen (incase one gets broken)
That would cover more bases. :)
How is it more high risk? Its an item over £100 on credit, you've got them by the **** for several years. Very have to comply with UK and EU law, this shower of **** don't.

Very

Banggood

Whatever the outcome it's still a worse phone for more money.
2 Likes #35
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.
Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!
But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.
You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)
Jesus fecking christ. Use the damn search, its what its there for!
Ok found the deal where you have to take out a credit account with very. That's more high risk than a phone breaking. Besides it's a lower spec.
But on the plus side I found the more equivalent speced 'plus' at £189. But for that money I could get two Z7's (as a spare incase one breaks or is stolen or lost) and a spare screen (incase one gets broken)
That would cover more bases. :)
How is it more high risk? Its an item over £100 on credit, you've got them by the **** for several years. Very have to comply with UK and EU law, this shower of **** don't.
Your're talking about the Moto G4 2GB/16GB dual sim 2016 model right? (Which I have owned) This ZTE phone is the better phone. It out spec's the Moto G4 in all departments apart from maybe the camera (Moto G4 camera I really rated). The Moto G4 flaws were that it didn't have no NFC, gyro, or compass. The SD801 aces the SD617 in performance, and because the ZTE has the SD801 it can record in 4K something the Moto G4 can't do.

If the Moto G4 dual sim version was this price on this site it would go 2000°+ hot. The Moto G4 is a lower spec phone, your're basically paying more for less. I would even chose this ZTE phone over the Moto G4 Plus (you don't need 4GB RAM in a phone, only the clued up people on here know that).





Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Dec 27, 2016 05:41: Edit
#36
Now that's being really unfair to village idiots
#37
sam_of_london
escortboy
sam_of_london
No 800 band, old phone, used to be hot 2-3 years ago.
Side by side testing with Samsung Galaxy S7 on day to day things like browsing, Facebook etc and there really isn't much different..


What a comparison between sd 820 with 4gb ram and sd 801 with 2gb. All porkies.


You show your ignorance with every post so I can't take you seriously.
The S7 in this country runs a Exynos 8590 not a SD 820.
#38
RiverDragon8
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
GAVINLEWISHUKD
jaydeeuk1
If this was amazon then not a bad price. Banggood - no thanks. If it breaks in 4 months you're £90 down. Plus you could get stung by customs. Save yourself the headache and get a moto g4 for £20 more.
Where is the Moto 4g £103? Besides to get the same 32gb you would have to get the 'plus' version at a eye watering £229!
But you would be more down if you drop your Moto G or its stolen or lost which is probably just as likely as it breaking down.
You pay a little less for a better phone and take the little risk of it going wrong. Life, all about choices. :)
Jesus fecking christ. Use the damn search, its what its there for!
Ok found the deal where you have to take out a credit account with very. That's more high risk than a phone breaking. Besides it's a lower spec.
But on the plus side I found the more equivalent speced 'plus' at £189. But for that money I could get two Z7's (as a spare incase one breaks or is stolen or lost) and a spare screen (incase one gets broken)
That would cover more bases. :)
How is it more high risk? Its an item over £100 on credit, you've got them by the **** for several years. Very have to comply with UK and EU law, this shower of **** don't.
Your're talking about the Moto G4 2GB/16GB dual sim 2016 model right? (Which I have owned) This ZTE phone is the better phone. It out spec's the Moto G4 in all departments apart from maybe the camera (Moto G4 camera I really rated). The Moto G4 flaws were that it didn't have no NFC, gyro, or compass. The SD801 aces the SD617 in performance, and because the ZTE has the SD801 it can record in 4K something the Moto G4 can't do.
If the Moto G4 dual sim version was this price on this site it would go 2000°+ hot. The Moto G4 is a lower spec phone, your're basically paying more for less. I would even chose this ZTE phone over the Moto G4 Plus (you don't need 4GB RAM in a phone, only the clued up people on here know that).

one more plus for this ZTE is that it has 'infrared port', which the Moto G4 doesnt.

but as you said - only the clued up ppl on here know a 'good phone' overall when they see it and not just go like drones for Iphones or for Android phones with 4GB RAM which lacks other more important specs some of 'us' are looking for. :D
#39
little baffled by all the technical speak, would this work with a vodafone sim please and 4g enabled?
#40
clairew123
little baffled by all the technical speak, would this work with a vodafone sim please and 4g enabled?

it's a 4G smartphone and vodafone for 4G uses

800MHz (Band 20)
2600MHz (Band 7)

This phone works for 4G on the following bands

2100Mhz (Band 1)
1800Mhz (Band 3)
2600Mhz (Band 7)

So, Yes, shld work with a vodafone sim and 4g enabled :)

and will also work on 3G as well as it works on 2100Mhz (Band 1) for 3G and vodafone uses 2100Mhz (Band 1) for 3G.

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