Huawei Honor 7 - £40 discount back on while stocks last £209.99 @ vmall
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Huawei Honor 7 - £40 discount back on while stocks last £209.99 @ vmall

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Found 17th Sep 2015
The deal is back on today - 10th December

*** Please note - I've been tipped off by Kevlar Engineer that if you had difficulties in applying the voucher due to the load on the website, if you call the usually excellent Honor/vMall support team on 0800 048 8994 and explain this then they will 'Honor' (HA!) the voucher price, though you may be waiting a couple of weeks until the next batch of stock arrives ***

Kevlar Engineer has also pointed out that you can register for a 3 year warranty, which is another great point - hihonor.com/en/…nty

Honor have reinstated the £40 off deal for the Honor 7 while stocks last, valid from 11am on 21st September.

You'll need to sign up to the Honor vMall Store and you will be emailed a coupon for the £40 discount.

As others stated on the previous thread, at this price you are getting the device cheaper than you can get it from China, amazing value.

Make sure you get in there quick, looks to be a great deal for the money (though mine has not arrived yet since last time...)

My understanding is that this phone does not have NFC ;-)

Honorable (ha) mention to smegheads69 who mentioned this on another thread just before I posted this deal

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I love my honor 6. Battery is brilliant.

jrawlins28

I love my honor 6. Battery is brilliant.



​I'm impressed by the battery life on my wifes Honor 4x as well (can easily last 2 days).

I'll be looking at Huawei when the contact on my Galaxy S5 runs out in April as well impressed with them.

cant see the discount after signing up, only got a email for the honor 6 which is sold out

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Guess you might need to give vMall support a call - I'd recommend phoning rather than email, I have nothing but praise for their customer service, guess they are really committed to building a good first impression of the brand.

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cheers will do so mate thanks for the heads up heat added

Got honor 6 and now the 7 love them both can't part with the 6 but will eventually the 7 is great and a no brainer especially with the £40 off which is the deal I got

A really good deal , please be aware of stock levels though, I bought the 6 with the £40.00 discount on the 29/08/2015. It was showing as in sock, i still haven't received it. I contacted customer services by e mail 3 times , and i've had 1 reply. Eventually rang them (haven't checked cost of call yet ) and was told they will be in this week and I will get it sometime next week. So potentially they have had an interest free loan from me for close to 30 days.

I have H3 and I'm impressed enough

and the Honor 7 only on 21st September from 12:00 GMT.

According to a phone call yesterday (Wed) the H6 is DUE in stock on Monday 21st. Probably a huge container ship arriving Southampton over the weekend :-)

Just registered for the site and have received my voucher code email a couple of minutes afterwards. Looks like monday may be a massive scramble. Quick note on the time the voucher is valid from, it's 12:00 BST for us in the UK . Great spot, heat added

Alot of phone for your money, I'm always impressed with the chinese phone deals on this site.

This or the Oneplus One

The phone DOES NOT COVER PROPERLY LTE in EE!!!!

will this work with all the uk 4g providers other than EE?
Edited by: "hbond1989" 17th Sep 2015

Brilliant phone but no NFC.

hbond1989

will this work with all the uk 4g providers other than EE?



​Yes, it supports all UK LTE bands. Including 800mhz (as used by O2 and Vodafone).

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I really like the Honor 7, my brother have a Honor 6, so I'd like to get this one, that's a nice deal!

Cannot apply voucher code, states error validating voucher code. Have tried this with 2 accounts now.

brawlzzz

Cannot apply voucher code, states error validating voucher code. Have … Cannot apply voucher code, states error validating voucher code. Have tried this with 2 accounts now.


Did you read the email they sent with the code in it?

Moments

Did you read the email they sent with the code in it?


I'm so daft. I assumed it said valid until... Ah man thank you so much!

chancooluk

​Yes, it supports all UK LTE bands. Including 800mhz (as used by O2 and V … ​Yes, it supports all UK LTE bands. Including 800mhz (as used by O2 and Vodafone).



On EE it covers only 1800mhz, 2600mhz is TDD and UK used FDD same with 2100mhz. So on EE only one band...

A whole lot of phone for not a lot of money. Such a shame there's no NFC as that's a deal breaker for me (Keen to use Android Pay when it becomes a thing here), however it's still a great deal

Wootz

A whole lot of phone for not a lot of money. Such a shame there's no NFC … A whole lot of phone for not a lot of money. Such a shame there's no NFC as that's a deal breaker for me (Keen to use Android Pay when it becomes a thing here), however it's still a great deal


I don't get why no NFC is a dealbreaker for so many. Pretty much all bank cards have NFC now, and I'd bet good money on the fact sim cards will have NFC embedded in them before retailers upgrade their systems to accept it from phones any ways. You'd be amazed how many Tesco Extra's I go in and they still have old school card readers.

I really don't get it. People pass up on the phone when it's cheaper than from China, it has awesome build quality, probably the best and most intuitive fingerprint reader on the market and a pretty damn good camera solely because of no NFC.

Makes no sense to me!




Edited by: "mamboboy" 17th Sep 2015

I should have posted this as I messaged them 5 seconds after they tweeted: 1drv.ms/1Oh…k5s

ssd1223

On EE it covers only 1800mhz, 2600mhz is TDD and UK used FDD same with … On EE it covers only 1800mhz, 2600mhz is TDD and UK used FDD same with 2100mhz. So on EE only one band...



​Oh, sorry. Didn't realise that it was missing a band. Read it was fully covered on pocket lint.

mamboboy

I don't get why no NFC is a dealbreaker for so many. Pretty much all bank … I don't get why no NFC is a dealbreaker for so many. Pretty much all bank cards have NFC now, and I'd bet good money on the fact sim cards will have NFC embedded in them before retailers upgrade their systems to accept it from phones any ways. You'd be amazed how many Tesco Extra's I go in and they still have old school card readers.I really don't get it. People pass up on the phone when it's cheaper than from China, it has awesome build quality, probably the best and most intuitive fingerprint reader on the market and a pretty damn good camera solely because of no NFC.Makes no sense to me!



Yeah. It doesn't have 15 HDMI sockets either so I'm out .....

Great phone...and good deal.. heat added... Unfortunately I need something with optical images stabilisation so will have to pass.

HEAT! I was on this page earlier going to fire on it for £249.99 cause I thought it was a good deal at that price!

Be warned, that website is a nightmare with most browsers at the best of time and I wouldn't be surprised if it goes down on Monday and when it comes back it'll magically be out of stock. So get in early and good luck!

ssd1223

On EE it covers only 1800mhz, 2600mhz is TDD and UK used FDD same with … On EE it covers only 1800mhz, 2600mhz is TDD and UK used FDD same with 2100mhz. So on EE only one band...


So what does this mean to an EE user? Will it not work/only work with 4G?

If it not been said already the the honor 7 supports NFC .. check android authority unless this is a different version androidauthority.com/hua…32/

peacefullife

If it not been said already the the honor 7 supports NFC .. check android … If it not been said already the the honor 7 supports NFC .. check android authority unless this is a different version http://www.androidauthority.com/huawei-honor-7-review-636032/


The EU version doesn't support NFC. The specs are all over the place because Huawei are retarded with the model names...

buy a lg g flex 2 instead for around same money far better phone.doesnt overheat now or lag now its on 5.1.1 after five updates

jrawlins28

I love my honor 6. Battery is brilliant.



​I hope you are both very happy together then

mamboboy

I don't get why no NFC is a dealbreaker for so many. Pretty much all bank … I don't get why no NFC is a dealbreaker for so many. Pretty much all bank cards have NFC now, and I'd bet good money on the fact sim cards will have NFC embedded in them before retailers upgrade their systems to accept it from phones any ways. You'd be amazed how many Tesco Extra's I go in and they still have old school card readers.I really don't get it. People pass up on the phone when it's cheaper than from China, it has awesome build quality, probably the best and most intuitive fingerprint reader on the market and a pretty damn good camera solely because of no NFC.Makes no sense to me!



Barclays launches NFC mobile payments from November (ahead of Android pay and Samsung Pay)

http://www.home.barclaycard/news/Barclaycard-mobile-app-transforms-android-phones-in-to-a-contactless-way-to-pay.html

Barclaycard, Android Pay and Samsung Pay all uses HCE (Host Card Emulation) which requires native NFC support. If you buy Honor 7, these 3 payments options wont work.

Sim card based NFC are only useful when carrier's SE (secure element) is used for NFC payments (such as 3rd rated options offered by EE 'tap and Pay' and Vodafone 'Smartpay). At best we can have our Honor 7 use the above apps by EE and Vodafone for payments.

The processor is worst than almost one and a half year old SD 801, and Gpu performance is below par as per reviews so I think OPO is a better option considering the amount of support it has.

Phil's Barber

So what does this mean to an EE user? Will it not work/only work with 4G?


That means reduced coverage and speeds.

Nfc payment via Google wallet has existed since ages where you can input your card within the app and use the nfc on your phone to pay since the nexus 4. Google has now inbuilt in in the os instead of using a app but essentially it's the same. If you didn't use it then why use it now? . Yes it's a bit more easer than opening an app then swiping your phone instead of just swiping your phone but come on how lazy are you. I personally knew of it but never use it even though I have Google wallet account and my cards allready in it and don't use it.

kamran9558

The processor is worst than almost one and a half year old SD 801, and … The processor is worst than almost one and a half year old SD 801, and Gpu performance is below par as per reviews so I think OPO is a better option considering the amount of support it has.



Benchmarks don't mean anything compared to real life performance check these test against app per app on phones even though it's shows better bench mark results real day performance is slower
youtu.be/voE…X2w
youtu.be/JV8…IvY

This video below compares the 2 phones the one plus 2 vs honor 7 check out at around 7.10 on the video pressing the menu and going on the menu the one plus is slightly slower than the honor 7

youtu.be/1vC…Da4

ssjinzo

Nfc payment via Google wallet has existed since ages where you can input … Nfc payment via Google wallet has existed since ages where you can input your card within the app and use the nfc on your phone to pay since the nexus 4. Google has now inbuilt in in the os instead of using a app but essentially it's the same. If you didn't use it then why use it now? . Yes it's a bit more easer than opening an app then swiping your phone instead of just swiping your phone but come on how lazy are you. I personally knew of it but never use it even though I have Google wallet account and my cards allready in it and don't use it.



Google NFC based wallet was never available in UK. Its was an US only release. I have been waiting for NFC functionality in UK for years and finally Barclaycard is going to be the first in releasing it (from November 2015).
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