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Exdisplay as new- Poco F1 6Gb RAM/128 Gb - £188.13 at Ebuyer
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Exdisplay as new- Poco F1 6Gb RAM/128 Gb - £188.13 at Ebuyer

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Posted 5th Jul

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Some deals for Ex-displays across Ebuyer site, 90days warranty, phones usually come in pristine condition in original box with accessories

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Good spot tyr
90 day warranty
Poko? You must be Loco
How do online stores have Ex display ?
yozzman123405/07/2019 20:32

How do online stores have Ex display ?


Buying them from high street stores that don't sell used, but knowing the world of sales I would take 'ex display' with pinch of salt, like 'refurb' or 'customer return'
What would the battery be like on ex display phones, plugged in and switched on for 12-15 hours a day.
northwales05/07/2019 20:48

What would the battery be like on ex display phones, plugged in and …What would the battery be like on ex display phones, plugged in and switched on for 12-15 hours a day.


At least not on at night presumably, like some people like to do (my mother included)
These are worse than USED items on eBay. At least there, you can see the photos before you buy.

From Ebuyer site: ''....may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product.

Yeah......
Kosmonaut05/07/2019 20:54

These are worse than USED items on eBay. At least there, you can see the …These are worse than USED items on eBay. At least there, you can see the photos before you buy.From Ebuyer site: ''....may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product.Yeah......


Every company is like that though, musci magpie, Envirofone etc. etc. I'd imagine they have bigger priorities than to take a photo of every ex diaplay they have.
Kosmonaut05/07/2019 20:54

These are worse than USED items on eBay. At least there, you can see the …These are worse than USED items on eBay. At least there, you can see the photos before you buy.From Ebuyer site: ''....may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product.Yeah......


i have got two Ex-displays phones from them- both times they came in original boxes with accessories in a new condition
xavierluther05/07/2019 20:41

Buying them from high street stores that don't sell used, but knowing the …Buying them from high street stores that don't sell used, but knowing the world of sales I would take 'ex display' with pinch of salt, like 'refurb' or 'customer return'


Ebuyer's ex display are customer returns plain and simple... they don't have a store and won't be buying up ex display stock from other high street stores. How they can sell as ex display rather than second hand / returned items I don't know, I guess no one has challenged them and got trading standards involved. I suppose as long as you understand what you're buying it's all rather moot.
spannerzone05/07/2019 21:55

Ebuyer's ex display are customer returns plain and simple... they don't …Ebuyer's ex display are customer returns plain and simple... they don't have a store and won't be buying up ex display stock from other high street stores. How they can sell as ex display rather than second hand / returned items I don't know, I guess no one has challenged them and got trading standards involved. I suppose as long as you understand what you're buying it's all rather moot.


Well, customer returns are used phones in many cases, plain and simple
Edited by: "xavierluther" 5th Jul
xavierluther05/07/2019 22:10

Well, customer returns are used phones in many cases, plain and simple


Absolutely... but calling an item ex display gives the impression they're items that have been in a store on display or behind a glass counter.... that's the bit I find a little dishonest, call the item what it is, a customer return.
spannerzone05/07/2019 22:29

Absolutely... but calling an item ex display gives the impression they're …Absolutely... but calling an item ex display gives the impression they're items that have been in a store on display or behind a glass counter.... that's the bit I find a little dishonest, call the item what it is, a customer return.


Plenty of retailers calling second-hand phones 'refurbished'...

Others break manufacturer seals to 'check' contents...

The list is endless
Good prices. Thanks OP
Amazing phone for the money. If you flash the pixel experience on it, it'll be a blinder.
I think everyone knows WHY there are returned products.
There is something wrong with them in the 1st place.
The sellers are just trying their luck to find naive suckers to get rid of them, hoping that these won't be returned again.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 6th Jul
adamdroitwich06/07/2019 06:33

Amazing phone for the money. If you flash the pixel experience on it, …Amazing phone for the money. If you flash the pixel experience on it, it'll be a blinder.



What's that then?
ukwestspeed06/07/2019 07:51

What's that then?


It's a ROM that turns the POCO into something similar to the Pixel.
spannerzone05/07/2019 22:29

Absolutely... but calling an item ex display gives the impression they're …Absolutely... but calling an item ex display gives the impression they're items that have been in a store on display or behind a glass counter.... that's the bit I find a little dishonest, call the item what it is, a customer return.


You are absolutely right. Ebuyer does not have any stores, so I don't quite understand how they can be "ex-display".
Kosmonaut06/07/2019 07:13

I think everyone knows WHY there are returned products.There is something …I think everyone knows WHY there are returned products.There is something wrong with them in the 1st place.The sellers are just trying their luck to find naive suckers to get rid of them, hoping that these won't be returned again.


Not necessarily. I buy regularly from Amazon warehouse and have not had a problem.... yet. If you know what you are buying, i.e. a return, then you can save a few quid. Agree with other comments that it's not on claiming they are ex-display
xavierluther05/07/2019 22:49

Plenty of retailers calling second-hand phones 'refurbished'...Others …Plenty of retailers calling second-hand phones 'refurbished'...Others break manufacturer seals to 'check' contents...The list is endless


Yes I absolutely accept that, refurbished, customer returns, the description gives the new buyer a fairly accurate idea of what they're buying but ex display does not suggest these have been sold, potentially used for a while then returned.

If you bought a car that was ex display, you'd expect it to have sat on the forecourt of a garage on display... not having been used by someone for a while driven around town.... in the car world they'd call it ex demo or used, not ex display.

Anyway I'll leave it at that, just my opinion.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 6th Jul
satzzz06/07/2019 08:17

It's a ROM that turns the POCO into something similar to the Pixel.


You don't need that, you can just install pixel launcher on it. That's what I run on mine.
satzzz06/07/2019 08:17

It's a ROM that turns the POCO into something similar to the Pixel.



Thanks. Is it stable? Assume it has to be rooted?
ukwestspeed06/07/2019 09:52

Thanks. Is it stable? Assume it has to be rooted?


I don't have any experience with the Pocophone or Pixel ROM but have some knowledge regarding the root thing. Basically to flash any non-standard firmware (ROM), the bootloader will need to be unlocked.

From there, once you flash your ROM, it may trigger certain Android/Play Store security things (I forget what they're called - SafetyNet I think) and some apps like Netflix may not install.

Onceyou flash your ROM, you can root it at the same (I.e. don't boot up) time with magisk (another software to flash) and it has a built-in function to hide apps knowing if the device has an unlocked bootloader/is rooted.

That's usually how it works but it's different per device and the magisk thing might be patched by now as I haven't looked into rooting etc for a long while as my device is already really close to stock Android and haven't needed any different options.
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