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Global ROM Xiaomi Mi 9 SE 6GB 64GB Smartphone £186.55 @ Xiaomi Mi Store/Aliexpress
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Global ROM Xiaomi Mi 9 SE 6GB 64GB Smartphone £186.55 @ Xiaomi Mi Store/Aliexpress

£186.55£23922%AliExpress Deals
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Posted 5th OctShipping from China
Excellent price
If you aren't OK with spending this money on this type of site then please don't, there may be extra charges and long waits as well. Always a risk with these kinds of purchases, so do think thoroughly before diving in.

Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that covers warranty on Grey imports (nationwide flex plus offer such a thing)

No band 20 So please check with your network before ordering.

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  • New Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, Small Screen Flagship Smartphone, 48MP Triple AI Rear Cameras

  • >CPU ----------- Snapdragon 712 Octa Core CPU (Adreno 616 GPU)



  • >Screen ------- 5.97-inch 2340x1080 FHD+ Screen, 432PPI Display



  • >RAM+ROM --- 6GB+64GB (Not support TF Card)



  • >Camera ------- 48MP+16MP+12MP Triple AI Rear Cameras, 20MP Front Camera AI Beauify



  • >Battery ------- 3070mAh(Typ)/2970 (Min)



  • >OS ------------ MIUI 10, Official Global ROM, Have Multi-language, Support OTA Update



  • >Other --------- WIFI,Bluetooth,GPS,OTG



  • >Network --- Full Netcom, Dual SIM Dual Standby (Nano SIM Slots x 2)



  • 2G: GSM B2/B3/B5/B8, CDMA 1X:BC0

  • 3G: WCDMA:B1/B2/B5/B8,TDSCDMA:B34/B39,CDMA EVDO:BC0

  • 4G: LTE FDD:B1/B3/B5/B7/B8

  • 4G: LTE TDD:B34/B38/B39/B40/B41(2535–2655 120MHz)
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I'm not ok with spending money on this kind of site but I'm going to anyway just so I can blame you
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I'm not ok with spending money on this kind of site but I'm going to anyway just so I can blame you
Very good price btw switchypoos
I've never had an option to pay with PayPal on anything I've bought from Ali express.

And its a ball ache writing postal orders out all the time.
Edited by: "jabbatheshed" 5th Oct
@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying this from China and then you struggling to get 4g signal.
cheesydreams05/10/2019 09:51

@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying …@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying this from China and then you struggling to get 4g signal.


You know some people don't care about b20, some don't need it
cheesydreams05/10/2019 09:51

@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying …@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying this from China and then you struggling to get 4g signal.


Yeah, I know about band 20.
Personally I wouldn't buy a phone without it as it'd restrict my choice if I wanted to change networks and it'd also limit the market for selling it on.
Thanks for the concern though
jabbatheshed05/10/2019 09:55

Yeah, I know about band 20.Personally I wouldn't buy a phone without it as …Yeah, I know about band 20.Personally I wouldn't buy a phone without it as it'd restrict my choice if I wanted to change networks and it'd also limit the market for selling it on.Thanks for the concern though


Just checking
Can someone explain the band 20 thing?
rayofsun05/10/2019 10:06

Can someone explain the band 20 thing?


It's a frequency some operators use. Without band 20, you're not able to use some network providers.
LukeyWolf05/10/2019 09:52

You know some people don't care about b20, some don't need it


Course. Some people would, though. I just think the description should contain a little more info, e.g. "no band 20, though, so check whether it will work on your network" so that people who aren't techies can make an informed decision.
cheesydreams05/10/2019 10:12

Course. Some people would, though. I just think the description should …Course. Some people would, though. I just think the description should contain a little more info, e.g. "no band 20, though, so check whether it will work on your network" so that people who aren't techies can make an informed decision.


On it!
MrSwitch05/10/2019 10:13

On it!


Haha, cheers mate I can leave the thread in peace now. X
Thx for sharing Switchy, certainly worth considering
Mysticaltopaz2405/10/2019 10:18

Thx for sharing Switchy, certainly worth considering


Wiyaye, all my deals are worth considering
MrSwitch05/10/2019 10:18

Wiyaye, all my deals are worth considering


Most are purchases ! This needs further inspection
cheesydreams05/10/2019 10:12

Course. Some people would, though. I just think the description should …Course. Some people would, though. I just think the description should contain a little more info, e.g. "no band 20, though, so check whether it will work on your network" so that people who aren't techies can make an informed decision.


True
My fave at the moment. Hot!!!
rayofsun05/10/2019 10:06

Can someone explain the band 20 thing?


It's one of the 4G bands used in the UK, and is used to some degree by all major networks. It is useful because it travels over long distances and can also penetrate buildings. This means you are more likely to get 4G in rural areas or in large cities. It is also used for VOLTE or 4G calling. The O2 network is built mainly on B20, so if your phone doesn't support it, you may not get 4G. On the other hand, EE and 3 use B20 mainly to provide service to rural areas and for VOLTE, so if you have no B20, you may not be affected. Unless you live out in the sticks. Also, Plusnet and, I believe BT mobile have B20 blocked by their carrier, EE, so you have no access to B20 anyway. Whether or not you need B20 really depends on where you live/work and your network. Plus, even if you don't get 4G, you'll still get 3G which may be fast enough anyway.
Edited by: "badboyofrock" 5th Oct
cactusbrandy05/10/2019 10:09

It's a frequency some operators use. Without band 20, you're not able to …It's a frequency some operators use. Without band 20, you're not able to use some network providers.


You are able to use all the providers it's just with some of them you will only get 3G internet instead of 4G in some areas.
litwoojczyznomoj05/10/2019 13:14

You are able to use all the providers it's just with some of them you will …You are able to use all the providers it's just with some of them you will only get 3G internet instead of 4G in some areas.


That's what I meant
Really torn between this and the 9T, I have fairly small hands so slightly worried the 9T would be too big. I'm going from the Redmi Note 4 so how will the 2 of these compare? Also how important is the lack of B20 in the UK?Thanks!
leiaspiers05/10/2019 13:40

Really torn between this and the 9T, I have fairly small hands so slightly …Really torn between this and the 9T, I have fairly small hands so slightly worried the 9T would be too big. I'm going from the Redmi Note 4 so how will the 2 of these compare? Also how important is the lack of B20 in the UK?Thanks!


Lots of the reviews for this phone say what a nice size it is, so it sounds like a good choice for you.
I would get one with Band 20 though..
winchman05/10/2019 13:52

Lots of the reviews for this phone say what a nice size it is, so it …Lots of the reviews for this phone say what a nice size it is, so it sounds like a good choice for you. I would get one with Band 20 though..


Great thanks! The battery life was the only other thing making me hesitate tbf.
cheesydreams05/10/2019 09:51

@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying …@jabbatheshed you know about band 20, yeah? I wouldn't want you buying this from China and then you struggling to get 4g signal.


I'm with EE so band 20 doesn't matter. It only takes a few seconds to research if your provider needs band 20, with the potential to save £100s.
leiaspiers05/10/2019 13:40

Really torn between this and the 9T, I have fairly small hands so slightly …Really torn between this and the 9T, I have fairly small hands so slightly worried the 9T would be too big. I'm going from the Redmi Note 4 so how will the 2 of these compare? Also how important is the lack of B20 in the UK?Thanks!


I have the 9T Pro and my wife had the 9SE. Hers is a bit smaller but not massively so. My genuine preference is the Mi CC9, which is similar to the 9T but doesn't have the pop up camera but a teardrop front camera instead.
Wow cheap price, decent phone, wouldn't say a six inch screen is small however lol. Just shows the quality tech you can get for under 200 now.
When 6 inches counts as a 'small screen'.

What a way to dent my pride...
skyblueox05/10/2019 18:36

When 6 inches counts as a 'small screen'.What a way to dent my pride...


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