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HUAWEI P20 128GB Black In Very Good Condition Locked To Vodafone £179.99 @ Music Magpie
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HUAWEI P20 128GB Black In Very Good Condition Locked To Vodafone £179.99 @ Music Magpie

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Thought this was a good price for a phone described as below - very good.


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  • This product is in very good cosmetic condition with only light signs of use. It has been fully tested and works perfectly
  • HUAWEI's P series has always been a pioneer of smartphone photography. Now the HUAWEI P20 is once again leading the way with the revolutionary Leica Triple Camera, where aesthetic vision meets an advanced camera system that shines a light on intelligent photography.
  • The Art of Light
  • Inspired by the radiant energy of light itself, the HUAWEI P20 is available in a new gradient colour finish*. The effect is a luminescent colour progression that is unique amongst smartphones. Designed to be exceptional in every way.
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128gb of storage and a very nippy bit of kit for not a lot of money, the MM conditions have certainly improved since Xmas as well, had a couple of really, good, cheap, mid range handsets, that were in very good & good, both were much better than I thought they would be, new owners are very happy, latest firmware, lean and clean, happy days... and not the Fonz!
How much were these going for new, this time last year? I never took notice of the standard P20, only the pro
woldranger20/06/2019 21:03

How much were these going for new, this time last year? I never took …How much were these going for new, this time last year? I never took notice of the standard P20, only the pro


Iirc £600?!
I have one and it's the best phone for the money. Nothing can compete!!
MrSwitch20/06/2019 21:04

Iirc £600?!


Whoa! That's quite the drop. I'd hate to think what the drop will be if google do actually stop giving their current handset's updates?
Bargain!

Just got a Honor View 20. Chinese phones all the way
mattster20/06/2019 22:00

Bargain!Just got a Honor View 20. Chinese phones all the way Bargain!Just got a Honor View 20. Chinese phones all the way


Great price should be getting Android Q as well now!
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It'll be interesting to see what happens to the second hand value of these phones if Trump does come to an agreement with Xi at the G20 summit next week with their 'extended talk' planned , and Huawei get's access to Android again.
My concern is that this brand is denied access to the play store
polarbaba21/06/2019 08:46

My concern is that this brand is denied access to the play store


Your concern is unfounded. Even if US/China relations do not improve existing Huawei users will be able to update apps and push through security fixes, as well as update Google Play services. But the next version of Android, may not be available.
Rickardo21/06/2019 10:38

Your concern is unfounded. Even if US/China relations do not improve …Your concern is unfounded. Even if US/China relations do not improve existing Huawei users will be able to update apps and push through security fixes, as well as update Google Play services. But the next version of Android, may not be available.


We can't give any guarantees especially with the orange menace in charge. He can order Google to freeze out "compromised phones" .
polarbaba21/06/2019 10:43

We can't give any guarantees especially with the orange menace in charge. …We can't give any guarantees especially with the orange menace in charge. He can order Google to freeze out "compromised phones" .


Nothing is guaranteed, of course. Any other phone manufacturer could decide to no longer support updates etc. for a variety of reasons (e.g. go bust), but this is direct from Google themselves:
“We are complying with the order and reviewing the implications. For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices”
Rickardo21/06/2019 10:58

Nothing is guaranteed, of course. Any other phone manufacturer could …Nothing is guaranteed, of course. Any other phone manufacturer could decide to no longer support updates etc. for a variety of reasons (e.g. go bust), but this is direct from Google themselves:“We are complying with the order and reviewing the implications. For users of our services, Google Play and the security protections from Google Play Protect will continue to function on existing Huawei devices”


You're right , but with unexpected irrational behaviour from the orange menace we just don't know what his mean streak will do next! And Google will have to comply.... Or be seen to...
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