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Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128 GB 6.39-Inch 2K FullView Android 9.0 SIM-Free Smartphone Single SIM, UK Version - Black - £464.45 @ Amazon
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Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128 GB 6.39-Inch 2K FullView Android 9.0 SIM-Free Smartphone Single SIM, UK Version - Black - £464.45 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th Oct

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Features & details
  • 6.39" 2K FullView display with powerful 7nm Huawei Kirin 980 AI chipset, Dual NPU, GPU Turbo 2.0, Android 9.0 sim free smart phone, and 6 GB + 128 GB storage
  • Ultra-Wide Angle Leica Triple AI Camera (40MP + 24MP + 8 MP), and 24 MP Front AI Camera, recognising more than 1500 scenarios and 25 categories
  • Rapid wireless charging and wireless reverse charging, and 4200mAh large battery with AI power management lasting up to 2 days
  • In-Screen Fingerprint sensor and AI-driven 3D realtime Facial recognition to unlock your mobile phone securely and instantly
  • IP68 water and dust resistance, no worries for all scenarios. A forged masterpiece of 3D glass with smooth curves and seams


Box Contains

Handset
Charger
USB Type-C Cable
Headset
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
Eject tool
Community Updates

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14 Comments
349 open box from bt
£152 from. O2
pablomalin04/10/2019 11:48

349 open box from bt


Will the manufacturer honour a warranty on a second hand item?
Edited by: "paulj48" 4th Oct
Terrible deal, I picked one of these up from o2 for £152 last week.
this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are basically dangerous...
not worth it for that price imo
philjstephenson04/10/2019 12:03

this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are …this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are basically dangerous...


Dangerous for saving £££
philjstephenson04/10/2019 12:03

this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are …this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are basically dangerous...


How are they dangerous, one month rolling contract. Pay a month and cancel, job done.
philjstephenson04/10/2019 12:03

this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are …this has been at £499 for months now, and the O2 refresh deals are basically dangerous...


Have word with yourself...
MrCharlie04/10/2019 12:12

How are they dangerous, one month rolling contract. Pay a month and …How are they dangerous, one month rolling contract. Pay a month and cancel, job done.



I'm presuming because cancelling a contract puts a black mark on your credit rating.
paulj4804/10/2019 12:46

I'm presuming because cancelling a contract puts a black mark on your …I'm presuming because cancelling a contract puts a black mark on your credit rating.


Nonsense, the only black mark you can get is from *defaulting* on a contract - it's simply fufilled otherwise.
paulj4804/10/2019 12:46

I'm presuming because cancelling a contract puts a black mark on your …I'm presuming because cancelling a contract puts a black mark on your credit rating.


As the other chap said, cancelling a one month rolling contract can't cause a mark. Only non payment can create such an outcome. If you are concerned, pay for a month and cancel. Would advise to buy the handset outright, the option is there on the site, to avoid any further credit arrangements.

02 are selling the handset for 252, as they got them cheap from Huawei via a deal. Either way, you be silly to pay 400 for the handset now.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 4th Oct
MrCharlie04/10/2019 16:03

As the other chap said, cancelling a one month rolling contract can't …As the other chap said, cancelling a one month rolling contract can't cause a mark. Only non payment can create such an outcome. If you are concerned, pay for a month and cancel. Would advise to buy the handset outright, the option is there on the site, to avoid any further credit arrangements.02 are selling the handset for 252, as they got them cheap from Huawei via a deal. Prob selling them at cost price or with a small margin. Either way, you be silly to pay 400 for the handset now.


I thought the 'refresh' where 24 month contracts cancelled in the cool off period?
Edited by: "paulj48" 4th Oct
paulj4804/10/2019 16:28

I thought the 'refresh' where 24 month contracts cancelled in the cool off …I thought the 'refresh' where 24 month contracts cancelled in the cool off period?


It's still closed with all payments due - you haven't defaulted. The act of opening an account can cause a temporary decline in your credit rating but that has absolutely nothing to do with the length.
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