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Global Version Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro (Redmi K20 Pro) 6GB 128GB Snapdragon 855 Smartphone 48MP Triple Cameras 4000mAh NFC - £318.84 @ AliExpress
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Global Version Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro (Redmi K20 Pro) 6GB 128GB Snapdragon 855 Smartphone 48MP Triple Cameras 4000mAh NFC - £318.84 @ AliExpress

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Posted 20th Oct 2019

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For those who don't know anything about this phone it is basically a budget OnePlus 7 Pro.

I actually bought this phone, from this seller and I'm using to post this.

Here's the description from the AliExpress listing:

CPU ---------- Snapdragon 855 Octa Core up to 2.84GHz
Screen ------- 6.39-inch,AMOLED screen , 2340x1080 FHD+
OS ------------ MIUI 10
Fingerprint----7th Generation InscreenD Fingerprint
RAM+ROM --6GB RAM+128GB ROM
Camera ------48MP+8MP+13MP Triple Rear Camera, 20MP Pop-Up Front Camera
Battery ------ 4000mAh(typ)/3900mAh(min) / support 27W QC 4.0
Attention ---- Global Version, Support Multi-Language,Google Play,Google Pay
Network --- Dual SIM Dual Standby (Nano SIM Card + Nano SIM Card)
Please visit this website to check it frequencycheck.com
2G: B2 / B3 / B5 / B8
3G: WCDMA B1 / B2 / B5 / B8
4G: FDD LTE B1 /B2 /B3 /B4 /B5 /B7 /B8 /B20 /B28
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£293.99 on Eglobal central...
robgall1320/10/2019 18:10

£293.99 on Eglobal central...


I wouldn't personally buy from them. I've read some bad things about their customer service. Whereas with AliExpress I've had great customer service and never been stung by customs.
No1_VIPER20/10/2019 18:11

I wouldn't personally buy from them. I've read some bad things about their …I wouldn't personally buy from them. I've read some bad things about their customer service. Whereas with AliExpress I've had great customer service and never been stung by customs.


What about Gearbest £295
Using code (GBM9TPRO4)
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MrSwitch20/10/2019 18:27

What about Gearbest £295Using code (GBM9TPRO4) …What about Gearbest £295Using code (GBM9TPRO4) https://m-es.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_009491447599.html


That is a great price. But I've had issues with Gearbest customer service before, as well as being stung by customs a couple of times. So I tend to use AliExpress when possible. At that price though it may be worth the risk to some people.

Like I said in the original post though. I personally bought my phone from these. Didn't have any issues and received it in about 3 and half weeks.
Edited by: "No1_VIPER" 20th Oct 2019
No1_VIPER20/10/2019 18:30

That is a great price. But I've had issues with Gearbest customer service …That is a great price. But I've had issues with Gearbest customer service before, as well as being stung by customs a couple of times. So I tend to use AliExpress when possible. At that price though it may be worth the risk to some people.Like I said in the original post though. I personally bought my phone from these. Didn't have any issues and received it in about 3 and half weeks.


Fair enough, I've never had customs from gearbest, and never had an issue with eglobal personally, though I know a lot have.
MrSwitch20/10/2019 18:33

Fair enough, I've never had customs from gearbest, and never had an issue …Fair enough, I've never had customs from gearbest, and never had an issue with eglobal personally, though I know a lot have.


The thing that turned me off buying from Gearbest more than the customs fees a couple of times, was there custom service if you have an issue. I buy quite a lot of watches from AliExpress, and I use to also from Gearbest too. But after having issues with a few from Gearbest and dealing with the customer service, I don't anymore.

I received a few defective watches, so contacted them and provided proof in the form of pictures and videos. They refused to refund me, and after weeks of back and forth, they finally stated that they could only offer me a $5 refund. This was on watches that cost over £60, that were so defective that they couldn't be used at all.

In comparison I had similar issues with a couple of watches from AliExpress. So I provided the same kind of evidence, and they issued a full refund a couple of days later. These weren't isolated cases either. I had the same kind of experience a few times with both sellers.
was going to use eglobal until a few people stated PayPal wouldn't reimburse them.
This is nothing like the one plus 7 pro lol
Nomiez20/10/2019 20:01

This is nothing like the one plus 7 pro lol


It has the same processor and same 48MP main sensor for starters
MentalFloss20/10/2019 20:03

It has the same processor and same 48MP main sensor for starters


As well as a very similar looking design, including the motorised front pop up camera and 4000mAh battery.
m.gsmarena.com/com…689
Edited by: "No1_VIPER" 20th Oct 2019
Just be aware that "Ali Express" doesnt mean anything in terms of customs since they are all different sellers - unless you have significant experience of THIS seller then you could easily get stung for customs.

eGlobal guarantee no customs and though some people have had issues - the majority seem fine and if you pay credit card you have cover. Perosnally used twice no issues - slighly long delivery on 1 order
Nomiez20/10/2019 20:01

This is nothing like the one plus 7 pro lol


Sarcasm or a badly placed lol - much like the difference between this and the One Plus 7 pro .....I cant tell
Case in point about customs on these 3 seller. Gearbest 2 phones bought No customs, Eglobal 3 phones bought No customs, Aliexpress 2 phones bought and yep you've guessed it both stuck for 2 weeks in customs and the usual RM charge and 20%.
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