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3310827.jpgThe Google Pixel 4 arrives with a stunning 5.7-inch HD display, and redesigned 16MP+12MP dual camera. It’s also packed with power, thanks to the new Android 10 operating system, all-day battery, and the intelligent Google Assistant.
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£100 Quidco cashback and unlimited data for £899 at carphone warehouse
0xygen17/10/2019 15:46

£100 Quidco cashback and unlimited data for £899 at carphone warehouse


Is the unlimited data 2mbps from Vodafone, because if so, I'd rather get 12gb more usable from o2
Although I think the phone is very overpriced tough to argue with this deal! On par with the Black Friday iPhone XR deals when the phone basically worked out free! Good find!
Dam wish this was the XL. Pushing it there tho.
MrSwitch17/10/2019 15:48

Is the unlimited data 2mbps from Vodafone, because if so, I'd rather get …Is the unlimited data 2mbps from Vodafone, because if so, I'd rather get 12gb more usable from o2


Apparently it's the max plan, there might be offers with EE and O2 as well but I went Vodafone because EE service sucks where I live.
0xygen17/10/2019 16:46

Apparently it's the max plan, there might be offers with EE and O2 as well …Apparently it's the max plan, there might be offers with EE and O2 as well but I went Vodafone because EE service sucks where I live.


Have you got a link
MrSwitch17/10/2019 16:49

Have you got a link



These are the cheapest deals by overall cost (excluding ID mobile because why would anyone):
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Edited by: "0xygen" 17th Oct
0xygen17/10/2019 16:53

These are the cheapest deals by overall cost (excluding ID mobile because …These are the cheapest deals by overall cost (excluding ID mobile because why would anyone):[Image] Vodafone:[Image] Link


Ah, so it's a 12 month contract? Now it makes sense, if it were 24 months total cost would be £1,259.
MrSwitch17/10/2019 16:55

Ah, so it's a 12 month contract? Now it makes sense, if it were 24 months …Ah, so it's a 12 month contract? Now it makes sense, if it were 24 months total cost would be £1,259.


Ah I didn't realise O2 is 24.

As you were
Says £175 upfront in the picture
Edited by: "ChowMein4U" 17th Oct
ChowMein4U17/10/2019 19:38

Says £175 upfront in the picture


The code in the op knocks a tenner off.
This is the best deal I have seen yet. Do I wait a few weeks...? Currently with the pixel 2 on a rolling contract.
Phone has baby's first battery in it so is useless.
andyk17/10/2019 22:28

This is the best deal I have seen yet. Do I wait a few weeks...? Currently …This is the best deal I have seen yet. Do I wait a few weeks...? Currently with the pixel 2 on a rolling contract.


Black Friday may throw up some surprises
sfsorrow17/10/2019 22:37

Phone has baby's first battery in it so is useless.


Depends what they've done with the OS and processor as the new Android OS will launch with this phone it's probably a tad early to make that assumption IMHO
harrerdarren18/10/2019 13:23

Depends what they've done with the OS and processor as the new Android OS …Depends what they've done with the OS and processor as the new Android OS will launch with this phone it's probably a tad early to make that assumption IMHO


There's no real signs Google have done anything major with the battery drain on Android 10, it's strange a brand new device is let down by having a tiny battery, which would be small even with a 60Hz screen.
Topper190018/10/2019 20:57

There's no real signs Google have done anything major with the battery …There's no real signs Google have done anything major with the battery drain on Android 10, it's strange a brand new device is let down by having a tiny battery, which would be small even with a 60Hz screen.


Still the unknown at present though , so like I stated it's too early to actually dismiss it so easily , proof is in the pudding .
Agreed sounds small but surely Google must have done the homework ?? Without it being a lemon on launch ....just a thought you just never know until it's revealed !
Very disappointed with the Pixel 4 announcement. I've got the P3 and won't be upgrading. The battery is bad enough as it is, let alone smaller and a 90Hz display.

Anyone know of UK sellers of the OnePlus 7/T series? (Not eGlobal etc).
Nothing says on the e2save website that there is free Laptop
Sienio4820/10/2019 21:43

Nothing says on the e2save website that there is free Laptop


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