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HUAWEI Mate 20 X 5G 8GB 256GB Dual-Sim Emerald Green for £507 @ O2 refresh (+£70 possible Quidco/Topcashback)
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HUAWEI Mate 20 X 5G 8GB 256GB Dual-Sim Emerald Green for £507 @ O2 refresh (+£70 possible Quidco/Topcashback)

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Posted 12th Feb

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Its the cheapest Dual-sim 5G-4G phone available in UK.

Pay £507 upfront for your device and then call O2 and cancel airtime plan once you receive the phone.

O2 has confirmed that the airtime plan can be cancelled anytime if you pay for the device in full.

Possible £70 Quidco/Topcashback too.

Overall Specification:

Battery: 4500mAh

Dimensions: 174.6mm x 85.4mm x 8.38mm

Expandable Storage: Micro SD, up to 256GB

Facial Recognition: Yes

Fingerprint Recognition: Yes

Internal Storage: 256GB

Operating System: Android 9

Processor: Huawei Kirin 980 + Balong 5000

Resolution: FHD+ 1080 x 2244 pixels

Screen Size: 7.2 inches

Standby Time: Up to 381 hours standby time

Talk Time: Up to 24.6 hours talk-time

Weight: 233g

What's In The Box:

Phone (battery included)

Type-C digital headset

Charger

Type-C Cable

Eject pin

Quick Start Guide

Protective Case

Warranty Card

Entertainment:

Flash: Yes

Front Camera: 24MP

Rear camera: 40MP (Wide Angle Lens) + 20MP (Ultra Wide Angle Lens) + 8MP (Telephoto)

Video: 4K


Connectivity:

Band Type:

5G NR: N77/N78/N79
4G LTE TDD: B34/B38/B39/B40/B41
4G LTE FDD: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B6/B7/B8/B9/B12/B17/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28/B32
3G WCDMA: B1/B2/B4/B5/B6/B8/B19;
Secondary SIM card:
4G LTE TDD: B34/B38/B39/B40/B41
4G LTE FDD: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B6/B7/B8/B9/B12/B17/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28

Bluetooth: Yes

Charger in box: Yes

Data Connectivity: 5G

Dual Sim: Yes

Fast Charging: Yes

NFC: Yes

Sim Type: Nano

Type of Audio Connector: Type-C digital Audio Jack

Type of Charger Connector: Type C

Wi-Fi: Yes

Wi-Fi and 4G Calling: Yes

Wireless Charging: No
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moneybanks1412/02/2020 14:49

Local cash generator


Good price but you have to be careful. Phones get sold to places like cash convertors who sell them on. Most are contract handsets that are linked to someone elses name on a contract. If it gets blacklisted you can't do anything because the imei is not originally listed to you. Seen it many times before as I worked for 1 of the networks in store
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Thanks OP but Quidco won't pay unless you keep the contract.
Edited by: "humadoon" 12th Feb
humadoon12/02/2020 14:15

Thanks OP but not a very good price


couldn't find it cheaper than this.
gaumzi200212/02/2020 14:15

couldn't find it cheaper than this.


I know it's hard to find but personally I wouldn't spend that much money on this.
How is this still over 500 quid
humadoon12/02/2020 14:17

I know it's hard to find but personally I wouldn't spend that much money …I know it's hard to find but personally I wouldn't spend that much money on this.


yes its personal choice but people looking for Dual-Sim 5G phones in UK do not have much choice. Its the cheapest dual-sim 5G-4G phone available at the moment.
£500 is now steep in these current market conditions.
Just bought one for £350.. Mint. Superb phone!
moneybanks1412/02/2020 14:29

Just bought one for £350.. Mint. Superb phone!


Was it new or used / refurbished?
hutchi0312/02/2020 14:42

Was it new or used / refurbished?


Used but mint condition. Not a mark on it.
Silly price when you consider refresh prices are usually reduced to entice you in. Poor value IMO.
toge12/02/2020 14:18

How is this still over 500 quid


You're thinking of the 4G version - the 5G version was always over £500. Best price posted before on HUKD seems to be this for £735: hotukdeals.com/dea…039
WuckFit12/02/2020 14:52

Silly price when you consider refresh prices are usually reduced to entice …Silly price when you consider refresh prices are usually reduced to entice you in. Poor value IMO.


Apart from Refresh, what's the best price you can find it?

Voted hot btw op
Correction: Battery is 4200mAh.
Performance & camera wise this phone is brilliant but not for very heavy users due to battery although the battery charges upto 90% in 30 minutes thanks to the 40W Superfast charger plug.
Crossbow12/02/2020 15:10

You're thinking of the 4G version - the 5G version was always over £500. …You're thinking of the 4G version - the 5G version was always over £500. Best price posted before on HUKD seems to be this for £735: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-mate-20x-5g-emerald-green-256gb-smartphone-sim-free-73599-at-fonehouse-3327039Apart from Refresh, what's the best price you can find it?Voted hot btw op


I'm thinking of the 5g version.
moneybanks1412/02/2020 14:49

Local cash generator


Good price but you have to be careful. Phones get sold to places like cash convertors who sell them on. Most are contract handsets that are linked to someone elses name on a contract. If it gets blacklisted you can't do anything because the imei is not originally listed to you. Seen it many times before as I worked for 1 of the networks in store
bignasty18712/02/2020 15:21

Good price but you have to be careful. Phones get sold to places like cash …Good price but you have to be careful. Phones get sold to places like cash convertors who sell them on. Most are contract handsets that are linked to someone elses name on a contract. If it gets blacklisted you can't do anything because the imei is not originally listed to you. Seen it many times before as I worked for 1 of the networks in store


Then you get a refund from cash converter
Crossbow12/02/2020 15:10

You're thinking of the 4G version - the 5G version was always over £500. …You're thinking of the 4G version - the 5G version was always over £500. Best price posted before on HUKD seems to be this for £735: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-mate-20x-5g-emerald-green-256gb-smartphone-sim-free-73599-at-fonehouse-3327039Apart from Refresh, what's the best price you can find it?Voted hot btw op

I can't! Bad deal for refresh, end of.
Depends on how long the exchange or refund period is for. And ull need to keep your receipt.
toge12/02/2020 15:28

Then you get a refund from cash converter


Its not happened to every customer I've served but have seen many before. Just check the policies for returns and exchanges from where u got it from
What is the different between Mate 20 X, Mate 30 Pro, P30 pro? i assume P30 pro is like Samsung Galaxy, Mate 20 X is the galaxy note? Mate 30 is newer model but whats the different between X and Pro?
sion2212/02/2020 19:26

What is the different between Mate 20 X, Mate 30 Pro, P30 pro? i assume …What is the different between Mate 20 X, Mate 30 Pro, P30 pro? i assume P30 pro is like Samsung Galaxy, Mate 20 X is the galaxy note? Mate 30 is newer model but whats the different between X and Pro?


Youtube will help you
sion2212/02/2020 19:26

What is the different between Mate 20 X, Mate 30 Pro, P30 pro? i assume …What is the different between Mate 20 X, Mate 30 Pro, P30 pro? i assume P30 pro is like Samsung Galaxy, Mate 20 X is the galaxy note? Mate 30 is newer model but whats the different between X and Pro?


The mate 20 pro is extremely similar to the p30 Pro and the value would be in the mate 20 pro.

The mate 20 x however is massive! This is a comparison alongside the mate 20 pro (in the middle)

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Not too bad of a price so voted hot. 4G version on Amazon for £499. Shame the 5G version doesn't have the proper stereo speakers found on the 4G version. Or the 3.5mm jack.
Jimolya14/02/2020 18:33

Not too bad of a price so voted hot. 4G version on Amazon for £499. Shame …Not too bad of a price so voted hot. 4G version on Amazon for £499. Shame the 5G version doesn't have the proper stereo speakers found on the 4G version. Or the 3.5mm jack.


...or the battery...
Just wait few month more and this phone will be £350
stkrup25/02/2020 08:39

Just wait few month more and this phone will be £350


And then wait a few more and it’ll be 250
Unless you’re desperate for 5G the 4G version has some better features - a 19% bigger battery, for one.

Combine this with the fact that the separate 5G Balong component (and primarily redundant integrated 4G chips in the Kirin 980) make for a fairly energy-inefficient combo, which means that the non 4G will have *significantly* better battery life if comparing a day of 5G usage with 4G usage on the Mate 20X standard.

There’s also a headphone jack and great stereo speakers on the older model. The 5G model is more waterproof though, and it does have faster ‘Supercharging’. I think it will need it though.

I have a P30 at the moment but I would pick up a Mate 20 X (standard) for the right price.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 25th Feb
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