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Grade A Huawei P30 Pro Midnight Black 6.47" 128GB 8GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £549.97 @ Appliances Direct
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Grade A Huawei P30 Pro Midnight Black 6.47" 128GB 8GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £549.97 @ Appliances Direct

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Posted 14th Sep

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Seems like a decent saving on a flagship phone

The above deal links to the Midnight Black

Also available at same pricein Aurora Blue here:

appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/a…one

And Breathing Crystal here:

appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/a…one

Never had a phone from here but I believe graded phones from Appliances Direct are graded accurately or arrive in better than described condition.

Key Features:

  • Unlocked & SIM Free
  • 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds
  • HUAWEI Kirin 980 Octa-core Processor
  • Quad 40MP, 20MP and 8MP + ToF rear camera & 32 Megapixel selfie camera
  • Android 9 (Pie)
  • 6.4" Full HD+ OLED touchscreen
  • Battery capacity: 4200 mAh

Essential Info:

  • Grade A
  • Pristine Condition
  • Generic Box, Handset Only
  • No accessories Supplied
  • No Charger Included
  • Sim Free and Unlocked to all networks
  • 90 days warranty (extended warranty available)
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You can have my hot vote. Not that it seems to have made much difference...
miffyl14/09/2019 18:08

You can have my hot vote. Not that it seems to have made much difference...


I appreciate it
If anyone doesn't mind using the 'O2 Refresh' trick (like for the deals posted below), you can possibly get this brand new for £557 minus £75-100 cashback via live chat (or instore) - this is prior cashback offered by O2 themselves - more details here:
P30 Pro - O2 Refresh + possible £75 off (£481.50) £556.50 at O2 Shop £556.50
Huawei P30 (Aurora or Black) = £326 on O2 Refresh, PLUS a possible further £75-100 off from O2 (read thread) - (included this too as there's plenty of good info regarding O2 Refresh)
Edited by: "Crossbow" 14th Sep
Many might be willing to pay this for new, not so many for used it seems
xavierluther14/09/2019 18:35

Many might be willing to pay this for new, not so many for used it seems


That seems to be the case. It is a lot of money for a used phone.I know the 256GB version can be had new for a fraction more from eGlobal as I noticed on another deal. I personally am not comfortable buying from eGlobal / Wowcamera and the likes, but I can see the appeal if it doesn’t worry you.
TheShipHasSailed14/09/2019 18:47

That seems to be the case. It is a lot of money for a used phone.I know …That seems to be the case. It is a lot of money for a used phone.I know the 256GB version can be had new for a fraction more from eGlobal as I noticed on another deal. I personally am not comfortable buying from eGlobal / Wowcamera and the likes, but I can see the appeal if it doesn’t worry you.


I have to say this retailer is good, shopped with them, despite what they say on website it's likely you'd get this in original box, in near-new condition or even unused.
Edited by: "xavierluther" 14th Sep
Definitely worth holding on for the Mate 30 release. The non Pro model might offer the same features at a lower pricr
MentalFloss14/09/2019 18:58

Definitely worth holding on for the Mate 30 release. The non Pro model …Definitely worth holding on for the Mate 30 release. The non Pro model might offer the same features at a lower pricr


Both fab but only Pro has all luxury features.

Mate 30 without Google support? Hell of a phone for sure it'll be, but DIY in terms of apps
Edited by: "xavierluther" 14th Sep
xavierluther14/09/2019 19:00

Both fab but only Pro has all luxury features.Mate 30 without Google …Both fab but only Pro has all luxury features.Mate 30 without Google support? Hell of a phone for sure it'll be, but DIY in terms of apps


Very easy to install missing Google apps . Done it several times before on Chinese phones .
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Edited by: "sam_of_london" 14th Sep
It's not just Google apps, it's the others too

Doubt many buyers (& app devs) interested in Huawei's proposition
xavierluther14/09/2019 20:53

It's not just Google apps, it's the others tooDoubt many buyers (& app …It's not just Google apps, it's the others tooDoubt many buyers (& app devs) interested in Huawei's proposition


I think the point is you get the Google App store working and then any app on the play store works..
CDR15/09/2019 00:43

I think the point is you get the Google App store working and then any app …I think the point is you get the Google App store working and then any app on the play store works..


It's gonna be dodgy, Google doesn't want its app store installed. See how it goes
I'm pretty sure Google does want its app-store installed, imagine all that lovely data Google can slurp up and resell if installed on your phone (Along with other Google services/apk's).

The US/Huawei trade is just a headline tactic. USA banned all US companies from trading with Huawei, but straight away gave Huawei a 3 month license* to continue to trade with US companies. Headlines were 'US BANS HUAEWEI' but actually not true lol

Source: uk.reuters.com/art…01U
Edited by: "CDR" 15th Sep
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