Huawei P20 Pro on EE - Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts 8GB 4G (6mo Apple Music / 3mo free BT Sport / Tethering ) £33.99pm + ZERO upfront (24mo - £815.76 total) with code @ Affordable Mobiles
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Huawei P20 Pro on EE - Unlimited Mins, Unlimited Texts 8GB 4G (6mo Apple Music / 3mo free BT Sport / Tethering ) £33.99pm + ZERO upfront (24mo - £815.76 total) with code @ Affordable Mobiles

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Thanks to @shepademus for finding the original deal on Affordable Mobiles for this, but I know some people hate paying the upfront on these, and with using the below code, makes this even cheaper than other deal over the contract duration!

Use code 'EEMAXP20' at checkout!

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Display: 6.1-inch FHD+
Display Technology: OLED
Resolution: 1080 x 2244 pixels (408 ppi)
Chipset: Kirin 970
CPU: 4 x 2.36GHz & 4 x 1.8GHz
Storage: 128GB
Dimensions: 154.2 x 74.5 x 7.9 mm
Weight: 185 g
Camera: 40MP Leica Triple Camera
Secondary Camera: 24MP
Video Camera Quality: 2160p
Waterproof Rating: IP67
SIM Type: Nano
Wireless Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth (v4.2), NFC
Connectivity Port: USB Type-C
Fingerprint Reader: Integrated into Power button
Battery Capacity: 4000 mAh
Network Bands: GSM / HSPA / LTE
LTE Cat: Cat 16 (1024/150 Mbps)
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crazy_b28 m ago

Would buy s9 over this anyday. Or iPhone 7 8 or x


S9 and iPhone X I can understand as equivalents but the iPhone 7 and 8 are way behind.

Significantly smaller and inferior screens with outdated big bezel design, tiny battery size and worse cameras.
Edited by: "gg1pl" 11th May
mickrick18 m ago

815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of …815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of this phone when they proudly show it off in company and the room goes silent. Then one wag will pipe up "Hey I've got the new Samsung", and everyone else, besides the Huawei P20 owner (and the iPhone owners in the corner) will gather round to ooh and aah over it. And the P20 owner will say "But this phone can... <sigh>", before giving up and going home. And the P20 will go on ebay at the earliest opportunity. Still, I'm sure you can make great phone calls on it.


What the hell have you been smoking? You've even created an imaginary scenario with imaginary conversations... The last thing you should be concerned about is the cost of a phone (which if I must add is not £815, as you're getting a 2 year mobile contract in that price).

Why do consoles and phone posts cause the school kids to start a keyboard war on which is best? Why not just grow up and understand that a phone is a phone, whatever phone that may be.
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Truly amazing phone.
That's better than EE could offer me on the P20, never mind the Pro.
This is actually a damn good deal.

What are the opinions on the retailer? I've never heard of them.
Great deal but I only just got the P20 (only paying £23p/m)
Decision's decisions. I can live with 8gb a month and p20 pro for £33.
33.99 x 24 = £815.76
I got a Pro on Tuesday. If anyone is with EE already this may help:

Rang up and said I'm leaving they offered a 43 a month plan for 38 and waived the upfront cost.

I was paying 19 a month anyway so got a Pro for 456
dahat15 m ago

I got a Pro on Tuesday. If anyone is with EE already this may help:Rang up …I got a Pro on Tuesday. If anyone is with EE already this may help:Rang up and said I'm leaving they offered a 43 a month plan for 38 and waived the upfront cost.I was paying 19 a month anyway so got a Pro for 456


We're you already out of contract? My contract is due to finish in October and really don't want to wait that long
I've gone for this and its saying £33 not £33.99?

I'm not complaining 😝
Edited by: "the.badger" 11th May
I personally think the s8 is a better phone than this so for me its an average deal. not voted cold as it has some nice features and good battery life
badasschris31 m ago

I personally think the s8 is a better phone than this so for me its an …I personally think the s8 is a better phone than this so for me its an average deal. not voted cold as it has some nice features and good battery life


S8 or S9?
Would buy s9 over this anyday. Or iPhone 7 8 or x
Recently ordered the same handset , with all the extras as per above but with 20gb and only £3 more a month. Take a look at mobile phones direct and also cash back available. No upfront cost and on EE
crazy_b28 m ago

Would buy s9 over this anyday. Or iPhone 7 8 or x


S9 and iPhone X I can understand as equivalents but the iPhone 7 and 8 are way behind.

Significantly smaller and inferior screens with outdated big bezel design, tiny battery size and worse cameras.
Edited by: "gg1pl" 11th May
gg1pl12 m ago

S9 and iPhone X I can understand as equivalents but the iPhone 7 and 8 are …S9 and iPhone X I can understand as equivalents but the iPhone 7 and 8 are way behind.Significantly smaller and inferior screens with outdated big bezel design, tiny battery size and worse cameras.


As an owner of a P20 Pro I would refute this somewhat. The 8 has a lower res screen but it is phenomenally accurate and bright, as well as much more responsive than the P20 Pro screen. The iPhone 8 also has a better 'snapshot' camera than the P20 Pro in many scenarios. It's a seriously reliable and very decent snapper. Not to mention the iPhone 8 is very slim and pocketable and has wireless charging (for those who desire it). I'd probably still consider swapping my P20 Pro for a 256GB 8, simply because I miss the size and simplicity and reliability of the 8 I had. The P20 Pro is really nice but I can't help being concerned about Huawei's dreadful update track record and the fact that there are many things about it's UI and performance that I don't rate.

I have taken some nice photos on it though, and battery life is decent.

I got mine on a retention deal on EE that ended up being £33 a month for 13GB data with no upfront cost.
cheryl.whitmore2 h, 21 m ago

We're you already out of contract? My contract is due to finish in …We're you already out of contract? My contract is due to finish in October and really don't want to wait that long


Yes out of contract so maybe easier to get a deal
I wanted this camera to be amazing, I loved the Nokia 808 and Nokia from back in the day with their huge sensors. Sadly this phone just doesn’t deliver, it’s worse than the GS9 and it’s like how? Either they went for numbers on a spec sheet and the hardware is just poor quality, or they messed up the software bad
815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of this phone when they proudly show it off in company and the room goes silent. Then one wag will pipe up "Hey I've got the new Samsung", and everyone else, besides the Huawei P20 owner (and the iPhone owners in the corner) will gather round to ooh and aah over it. And the P20 owner will say "But this phone can... <sigh>", before giving up and going home. And the P20 will go on ebay at the earliest opportunity.

Still, I'm sure you can make great phone calls on it.
Edited by: "mickrick" 11th May
I have this phone. I wanted a dual SIM phone and made the mistake of buying a single SIM S9 before realising my dual SIM need. The camera is awesome. The UI not so great but I use the pixel launcher. This is a break from the normal. Yes I'll probably go S10 plus dual SIM in a year but the P20 Pro can hold its own. I've had an iPhone X also and this is much better
crazy_b49 m ago

Would buy s9 over this anyday. Or iPhone 7 8 or x


Why?
Add an extra £15-20 for RPI contract increase as well.

Worth remembering you don't get it with sim-only.
mickrick18 m ago

815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of …815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of this phone when they proudly show it off in company and the room goes silent. Then one wag will pipe up "Hey I've got the new Samsung", and everyone else, besides the Huawei P20 owner (and the iPhone owners in the corner) will gather round to ooh and aah over it. And the P20 owner will say "But this phone can... <sigh>", before giving up and going home. And the P20 will go on ebay at the earliest opportunity. Still, I'm sure you can make great phone calls on it.


What the hell have you been smoking? You've even created an imaginary scenario with imaginary conversations... The last thing you should be concerned about is the cost of a phone (which if I must add is not £815, as you're getting a 2 year mobile contract in that price).

Why do consoles and phone posts cause the school kids to start a keyboard war on which is best? Why not just grow up and understand that a phone is a phone, whatever phone that may be.
JohnnyRoller33 m ago

What the hell have you been smoking? You've even created an imaginary …What the hell have you been smoking? You've even created an imaginary scenario with imaginary conversations... The last thing you should be concerned about is the cost of a phone (which if I must add is not £815, as you're getting a 2 year mobile contract in that price).Why do consoles and phone posts cause the school kids to start a keyboard war on which is best? Why not just grow up and understand that a phone is a phone, whatever phone that may be.



You take life far to seriously. Do you have one of those Essential phones? I would have thought you an iPhone owner but they don't look at ads for android phones.
sibo66655 m ago

I have this phone. I wanted a dual SIM phone


Help me out, I have a new dual SIM phone which currently has only got my one existing SIM on a monthly Three rolling contract. I want to use the dual SIM for something but can't think of what to do with it. What do you use yours for?
Voted hot . Very good phone.
badasschris3 h, 59 m ago

I personally think the s8 is a better phone than this so for me its an …I personally think the s8 is a better phone than this so for me its an average deal. not voted cold as it has some nice features and good battery life


I went from the S8 to this phone. Not even comparable. The camera is mind boggling, the photos I am getting are incredible. The only thing letting it down is lag on Google maps which is a known issue.
This is a good deal but not incredible. I went direct with EE at launch and got the 20gb Max plan for £38 a month with £100 up front. With that I get BT sport app which I use a lot and also can use my data etc outside of Europe. I also got the free Bose QC35 ii.

Over the full term this is about £220 cheaper but the Max plan is worth the extra imo. Worth checking if that deal is still available.

I also thought Apple music was terrible compared to Spotify.
mickrick1 h, 54 m ago

815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of …815 notes for a phone. I can imagine the look on the face of an owner of this phone when they proudly show it off in company and the room goes silent. Then one wag will pipe up "Hey I've got the new Samsung", and everyone else, besides the Huawei P20 owner (and the iPhone owners in the corner) will gather round to ooh and aah over it. And the P20 owner will say "But this phone can... <sigh>", before giving up and going home. And the P20 will go on ebay at the earliest opportunity. Still, I'm sure you can make great phone calls on it.


The comparable deal for the S9 when I got mine was £54 a month and it didn't come with the £300 Bose headphones. So I am saving over £20 a month compared to an S9 owner and I have a better phone. I couldn't give two monkeys what anyone else thinks.
slannmage2 h, 7 m ago

I wanted this camera to be amazing, I loved the Nokia 808 and Nokia from …I wanted this camera to be amazing, I loved the Nokia 808 and Nokia from back in the day with their huge sensors. Sadly this phone just doesn’t deliver, it’s worse than the GS9 and it’s like how? Either they went for numbers on a spec sheet and the hardware is just poor quality, or they messed up the software bad


I don't get this at all. My photos have been incredible.

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33783116-Wos9O.jpgMaybe you don't think these are that good but from my perspective I never got photos as good as this with my S8 or LG G5.
JakeEliot554 h, 3 m ago

S8 or S9?


As I said s8 is on par but I think is a bit better in a few points. S9 isn't much different but is even better.
misterleoni11 h, 59 m ago

As an owner of a P20 Pro I would refute this somewhat. The 8 has a lower …As an owner of a P20 Pro I would refute this somewhat. The 8 has a lower res screen but it is phenomenally accurate and bright, as well as much more responsive than the P20 Pro screen. The iPhone 8 also has a better 'snapshot' camera than the P20 Pro in many scenarios. It's a seriously reliable and very decent snapper. Not to mention the iPhone 8 is very slim and pocketable and has wireless charging (for those who desire it). I'd probably still consider swapping my P20 Pro for a 256GB 8, simply because I miss the size and simplicity and reliability of the 8 I had. The P20 Pro is really nice but I can't help being concerned about Huawei's dreadful update track record and the fact that there are many things about it's UI and performance that I don't rate. I have taken some nice photos on it though, and battery life is decent. I got mine on a retention deal on EE that ended up being £33 a month for 13GB data with no upfront cost.


The iPhone 8 has a better 'snapshot' camera? Narrower aperture, sensor less than half the size, smaller pixels size for more noise, significantly inferior zoom, 12MP lens vs 40MP+20MP lens?

iPhone X camera is better than iPhone 8 but still loses to the P20 Pro so I would love to see a review/comparison where iPhone 8 wins over the P20 Pro or takes better photos.

The low light pictures on the iPhone 8 are blurry and lacking detail
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Edited by: "gg1pl" 12th May
sibo6662 h, 49 m ago

I have this phone. I wanted a dual SIM phone and made the mistake of …I have this phone. I wanted a dual SIM phone and made the mistake of buying a single SIM S9 before realising my dual SIM need. The camera is awesome. The UI not so great but I use the pixel launcher. This is a break from the normal. Yes I'll probably go S10 plus dual SIM in a year but the P20 Pro can hold its own. I've had an iPhone X also and this is much better


Is Huawei P20 Pro a dual sim phone?
rdrp28 m ago

Is Huawei P20 Pro a dual sim phone?


Depends on the network you get it from, Three have the dual sim version.
you_gotta_be_kidding26 m ago

Depends on the network you get it from, Three have the dual sim version.


How about this sim free version from affordable mobiles? Is it dual sim?
rdrp1 h, 6 m ago

How about this sim free version from affordable mobiles? Is it dual sim?


No because the network is EE. Mine is from EE and it's not dual SIM
ultrak3wl10 h, 52 m ago

Help me out, I have a new dual SIM phone which currently has only got my …Help me out, I have a new dual SIM phone which currently has only got my one existing SIM on a monthly Three rolling contract. I want to use the dual SIM for something but can't think of what to do with it. What do you use yours for?


Work and personal. The other thing is dual apps. So for example two WhatsApp accounts or Facebook messenger accounts on one phone.

Either that or maybe when traveling putting a local SIM card in.
gg1pl11 h, 33 m ago

The iPhone 8 has a better 'snapshot' camera? Narrower aperture, sensor …The iPhone 8 has a better 'snapshot' camera? Narrower aperture, sensor less than half the size, smaller pixels size for more noise, significantly inferior zoom, 12MP lens vs 40MP+20MP lens?iPhone X camera is better than iPhone 8 but still loses to the P20 Pro so I would love to see a review/comparison where iPhone 8 wins over the P20 Pro or takes better photos.The low light pictures on the iPhone 8 are blurry and lacking detailhttps://www.dxomark.com/apple-iphone-8-reviewed-a-solid-performance-upgrade-over-the-iphone-7/https://www.dxomark.com/huawei-p20-pro-camera-review-innovative-technologies-outstanding-results/


I've owned both mate. I'm just talking from personal experience rather than about specs - linking to websites is kind of irrelevant for me when I've literally owned and used both devices - especially when it's those jokers at DXOmark. The iPhone 8 was much more reliable when it came to quickly capturing a moment for me, and had a lot less sharpening and noise reduction.

The P20 Pro has better specifications when it comes to sensor size (aperture is debatable as I'm sure they're both 1.8) but Sony phones have had bigger sensors than other devices over the years and still been disappointing - despite being heralded by DXOmark as 'the best'. Much of it is about how the device handles image processing, and in my experience the P20 Pro tends to cock up shots in snapshot mode with AI activated and uses way too much sharpening even with it switched off. I have taken some excellent photos with it - especially in Pro mode with the monochrome sensor - and I'm having fun using it but my point was only about 'snapshots' and for me the iPhone 8 could be relied on to get a better shot more often when it came to just whipping the phone out and firing off a shot - whether that's exposure, focus or colour accuracy.

I'm sure Huawei could improve things and make the camera on this phone vastly better than anything else, but my experience of Huawei is that they are not all that reliable when it comes to updating software or generally fixing bugs - never mind improving camera quality.
Edited by: "misterleoni" 12th May
rdrp9 h, 22 m ago

How about this sim free version from affordable mobiles? Is it dual sim?


As far as I know only Three carries the dual SIM model in the UK unless you specifically set out to buy it from a retailer. All the phones have dual SIM hardware and can be converted to a dual SIM model with FunkyHuawei but the issue at the moment is sourcing a replacement SIM tray.
mattturner75613 h, 49 m ago

Add an extra £15-20 for RPI contract increase as well.Worth remembering …Add an extra £15-20 for RPI contract increase as well.Worth remembering you don't get it with sim-only.


RPI is like 3% so about a quid increase on monthly tarrif??? Where does £15 come from?
surgicaloyster9 m ago

RPI is like 3% so about a quid increase on monthly tarrif??? Where does …RPI is like 3% so about a quid increase on monthly tarrif??? Where does £15 come from?


Probably talking about the TCO - eg the total amount quoted in the title won't actually be correct.
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