Huawei P20 Pro on EE - 24month Contract Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts 8GB 4G (6mo Apple Music / free BT Sport / Tethering ) £33pm  + £21.99 for phone (total £813.99) - Affordable Mobiles
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Huawei P20 Pro on EE - 24month Contract Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts 8GB 4G (6mo Apple Music / free BT Sport / Tethering ) £33pm + £21.99 for phone (total £813.99) - Affordable Mobiles

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Found 11th MayEdited by:"shepademus"
Saw @msmyth post a similar deal for 4Gb allowance but free phone. I think for the extra £21.99 for the phone + Cashback via Quidco (£45) this 8GB option is a pretty good deal. Looking forward to getting my phone today with the free next day delivery.

Unlimited Minutes + Unlimited Texts + 8GB 4G Data + 6 months of free Apple Music + Free BT Sport + Use your allowance in EU, plus 5 extra countries + Superfast, uncapped data speeds + Tethering + WiFi on London Underground + Data caps
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Only £21.99 upfront
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Wow changed since I posted! Can mod change? I’m not at my computer
This phone is insanely good. Friend who works at Huawei showed me his and I always loved the camera on the P9 and P10 but on this it's another level. Still a fair bit of bloat but at least it's not the Chinese bloatware that my family members' Huawei had due to being bought from China.
Edited by: "LewsTherin" 11th May
That writing on the back looks ugly otherwise a really good phone.
LewsTherin13 m ago

This phone is insanely good. Friend who works at Huawei showed me his and …This phone is insanely good. Friend who works at Huawei showed me his and I always loved the camera on the P9 and P10 but on this it's another level. Still a fair bit of bloat but at least it's not the Chinese bloatware that my family members' Huawei had due to being bought from China.


I have this phone. Downside with Huawei is their horribly erratic update strategy, and there are some pretty grim aesthetic choices in the UI that can't be removed. I think the look and feel and software maturity of Samsungs and stock Android is more slick than EMUI 8.1. It remains to be seen how good Huawei will be in terms of updating and improving this device over the coming months but my personal experience is that they seem to forget about their flagship devices not long after the next big thing is released. The P10 (predecessor to this) is all but forgotten by everyone and still doesn't have Oreo in the UK. If you have a branded device then you're almost guaranteed to never get a full OS software update by ordinary means, if my P9 was anything to go by. Huawei release way too many phones and I think it is to their detriment in terms of their ability to perfect the software.

The phone doesn't feel as fast as it should either. Has the same sort of jerkiness my Nokia 6.1 has in the Chrome browser and is not as smooth as the Pixel, or even my old Note 8.

The good points are:

The fantastic speakers.

Camera is excellent in many situations (although not as good as my Pixel 2 on average). Needs some updates to improve the AI and make it a better general snapper.

Build quality is nice.

You can use a cheap USB charging/headphone jack splitter from Amazon if you want to charge and use wired headphones at the same time, since the P20 Pro has a DAC supporting analogue audio output built into it, which the Pixel 2 doesn't.

Battery life is pretty good, and it recharges at a decent speed.

The ability to remove the navigation buttons completely and use the front fingerprint scanner for navigation is *great*. You get used to it really quickly and it just becomes second nature after a while.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 11th May
New honor out soon... Meant to be great so waiting to see how it compares...
Maybe I'm getting old, but this seems ridiculously expensive, especially considering you can get an S9+ for under £700 at the moment.
Dekard9753 m ago

Maybe I'm getting old, but this seems ridiculously expensive, especially …Maybe I'm getting old, but this seems ridiculously expensive, especially considering you can get an S9+ for under £700 at the moment.


On a similar 24m contract? Where?
J_B8 h, 11 m ago

On a similar 24m contract? Where?


No, it's 670 odd I think, but not on pay monthly (which is a really good point actually)
Is there any way for an existing EE customer to get this and keep their number?
Have you read the review in computer shopper this month? They say photos are a big disappointment....
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I'm using this cell phone. Its very amazing with smooth functioning. Go for it!
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misterleoni11th May

I have this phone. Downside with Huawei is their horribly erratic update …I have this phone. Downside with Huawei is their horribly erratic update strategy, and there are some pretty grim aesthetic choices in the UI that can't be removed. I think the look and feel and software maturity of Samsungs and stock Android is more slick than EMUI 8.1. It remains to be seen how good Huawei will be in terms of updating and improving this device over the coming months but my personal experience is that they seem to forget about their flagship devices not long after the next big thing is released. The P10 (predecessor to this) is all but forgotten by everyone and still doesn't have Oreo in the UK. If you have a branded device then you're almost guaranteed to never get a full OS software update by ordinary means, if my P9 was anything to go by. Huawei release way too many phones and I think it is to their detriment in terms of their ability to perfect the software. The phone doesn't feel as fast as it should either. Has the same sort of jerkiness my Nokia 6.1 has in the Chrome browser and is not as smooth as the Pixel, or even my old Note 8. The good points are:The fantastic speakers.Camera is excellent in many situations (although not as good as my Pixel 2 on average). Needs some updates to improve the AI and make it a better general snapper. Build quality is nice. You can use a cheap USB charging/headphone jack splitter from Amazon if you want to charge and use wired headphones at the same time, since the P20 Pro has a DAC supporting analogue audio output built into it, which the Pixel 2 doesn't. Battery life is pretty good, and it recharges at a decent speed.The ability to remove the navigation buttons completely and use the front fingerprint scanner for navigation is *great*. You get used to it really quickly and it just becomes second nature after a while.


Very worth reading in very detail I come to know.
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