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Huawei P30 Pro 128GB 8GB RAM Dual SIM (256GB for £522)- Amber Sunrise £470 at Wowcamera

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These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no.

They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered.

That was two different reps.

Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.
Edited by: "spinach_pie" 16th Feb
spinach_pie16/02/2020 14:53

These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not …These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no. They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered. That was two different reps. Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.


Never trust call centre reps.
All this bull crap that companies won't give warranty on a product if bought outside of the uk! It shouldn't matter where its bought. If they offer warranty, then give it I say.
spinach_pie16/02/2020 14:53

These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not …These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no. They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered. That was two different reps. Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.


For what it's worth, I have this exact phone from this exact seller and upon receipt checked the serial number with Huawei UK which suggests it's valid:

Warranty period
In warranty
Expected warranty expiration date:
2021/9/12
Applicable scope:
Spain, Latvia, Norway, Belgium, United Kingdom, Portugal, Bulgaria, Sweden, Croatia, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Slovenia, Switzerland, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Slovakia, Czech Republic, France, Lithuania, Malta, Romania, Poland, Finland, Italy


I do acknowledge it doesn't ask for purchase country. However, it says this on their website, directly contradicting whoever you spoke to there, mentioning delayed and not invalidated or anything:

HUAWEI provides the warranty set out in this document, in respect of this HUAWEI branded product and/or accessory (“Product(s)”) purchased in a member state of the European Union, Iceland, Norway or Switzerland, to the consumer (the “Warranty”). If the Product is purchased in any of the countries referenced above, this Warranty is valid and enforceable in all of them, although, if the Warranty service is provided in a different country to the country of purchase, the service may be delayed.

However, if you pay by PayPal Credit, you're covered under S75 as well as PayPal's own protection, the former of which covers you for mis-selling, under which falsely advertising the warranty would come. It might a pain, but at least you will likely have some legal recourse if the worst happens:


Anyway, long story short, you should be covered fine, but there may be some unspecified 'delay'. And if Huawei are numpties about it, you should have the fallback of S75 if you pay by PayPal Credit.
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 16th Feb
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These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no.

They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered.

That was two different reps.

Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.
Edited by: "spinach_pie" 16th Feb
spinach_pie16/02/2020 14:53

These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not …These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no. They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered. That was two different reps. Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.


It is advertised by the seller, not coming from me and might be different with Huawei.
Just to let you know that Samsung warranty is useless as I ve been 3 times with my phone to be fixed and they said is fine...
spinach_pie16/02/2020 14:53

These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not …These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no. They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered. That was two different reps. Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.


Never trust call centre reps.
Or people who post things on t’internet.
ycsb16/02/2020 15:09

Never trust call centre reps.


I'm sorry, when you call to ask for a refund, replacement etc, are you put straight through to the Head of Customer Service? Call centre reps are the people who will be handling the 'warranty'.

Also, most manufacturers clearly state that their warranties are only for purchases within the country you purchased from.
Therefore, who SHOULD we trust? Wowcamera? Lol.
Edited by: "spinach_pie" 16th Feb
UK charger or EU?
Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in their terms that UK warranty is not applicable to devices bought outside UK.
I would ask email and ask for a discounted price without the warranty as its invalid anyway
There pricing does not make sense. They will have several phones of the same spec but at different prices. Anyone shed any light on this, Is it a marketing tactic or am I missing something regarding condtion?
Also, wasn't the Amber Sunrise colour variant only for the 512gb?
vassy2i16/02/2020 15:48

Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in …Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in their terms that UK warranty is not applicable to devices bought outside UK.


Well I bought my Galaxy S8 from Amazon.it a few years ago and the warranty was offered on that. They replaced the screen and battery all free of charge! I believe Samsung has a EU wide warranty, but not worldwide. So you can buy outside of the UK, just within EU for your warranty to still count.
Excellent phone!!
vassy2i16/02/2020 15:48

Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in …Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in their terms that UK warranty is not applicable to devices bought outside UK.


This is strange, unless they changed it now post the brexit Jan 30 deadline. According to eu law any device bought in eu has eu wide warranty.
ycsb16/02/2020 15:10

Or people who post things on t’internet.


“Never believe everything you read on the Internet” - Abraham Lincoln
I'm firing up the time machines now before the comments about the O2 deal come in!
MMazin16/02/2020 20:55

I'm firing up the time machines now before the comments about the O2 deal …I'm firing up the time machines now before the comments about the O2 deal come in!


Not sure the O2 one was dualsim
arjun31116/02/2020 20:55

Not sure the O2 one was dualsim


O2 was a single sim deal
All this bull crap that companies won't give warranty on a product if bought outside of the uk! It shouldn't matter where its bought. If they offer warranty, then give it I say.
MMazin16/02/2020 20:55

I'm firing up the time machines now before the comments about the O2 deal …I'm firing up the time machines now before the comments about the O2 deal come in!



You dont need time machines, Its currently selling for £456 and a free Huawei watch worth £100+ 3 month amazon prime. so still much better deal. but not dual sim
spinach_pie16/02/2020 14:53

These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not …These deals are fine but putting '2 year UK warranty' in the title is not true. I spoke to Huawei and asked if it would be covered if purchased from this website and they said no. They also said that if I purchase from a European country other than UK it would not be covered. That was two different reps. Now if you fight for the warranty, they may still give it to you, but the two year UK warranty is not guaranteed.


For what it's worth, I have this exact phone from this exact seller and upon receipt checked the serial number with Huawei UK which suggests it's valid:

Warranty period
In warranty
Expected warranty expiration date:
2021/9/12
Applicable scope:
Spain, Latvia, Norway, Belgium, United Kingdom, Portugal, Bulgaria, Sweden, Croatia, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Slovenia, Switzerland, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Slovakia, Czech Republic, France, Lithuania, Malta, Romania, Poland, Finland, Italy


I do acknowledge it doesn't ask for purchase country. However, it says this on their website, directly contradicting whoever you spoke to there, mentioning delayed and not invalidated or anything:

HUAWEI provides the warranty set out in this document, in respect of this HUAWEI branded product and/or accessory (“Product(s)”) purchased in a member state of the European Union, Iceland, Norway or Switzerland, to the consumer (the “Warranty”). If the Product is purchased in any of the countries referenced above, this Warranty is valid and enforceable in all of them, although, if the Warranty service is provided in a different country to the country of purchase, the service may be delayed.

However, if you pay by PayPal Credit, you're covered under S75 as well as PayPal's own protection, the former of which covers you for mis-selling, under which falsely advertising the warranty would come. It might a pain, but at least you will likely have some legal recourse if the worst happens:


Anyway, long story short, you should be covered fine, but there may be some unspecified 'delay'. And if Huawei are numpties about it, you should have the fallback of S75 if you pay by PayPal Credit.
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 16th Feb
vassy2i16/02/2020 15:48

Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in …Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in their terms that UK warranty is not applicable to devices bought outside UK.


Bearing in mind Samsung's current problems and the unannounced closure of the Romford Repair Centre I would not recommend buying the brand at all.
italondonistaavataurino16/02/2020 16:34

Also, wasn't the Amber Sunrise colour variant only for the 512gb?


Not elsewhere in the EU from where this is sourced. I have it and it comes with a 2-pin charger and adaptor.
liquidtmd16/02/2020 15:44

UK charger or EU?


Mine came with an EU charger and adaptor.
BristolBillyBob16/02/2020 21:24

For what it's worth, I have this exact phone from this exact seller and …For what it's worth, I have this exact phone from this exact seller and upon receipt checked the serial number with Huawei UK which suggests it's valid:Warranty periodIn warrantyExpected warranty expiration date:2021/9/12Applicable scope:Spain, Latvia, Norway, Belgium, United Kingdom, Portugal, Bulgaria, Sweden, Croatia, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Slovenia, Switzerland, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Slovakia, Czech Republic, France, Lithuania, Malta, Romania, Poland, Finland, ItalyI do acknowledge it doesn't ask for purchase country. However, it says this on their website, directly contradicting whoever you spoke to there, mentioning delayed and not invalidated or anything:HUAWEI provides the warranty set out in this document, in respect of this HUAWEI branded product and/or accessory (“Product(s)”) purchased in a member state of the European Union, Iceland, Norway or Switzerland, to the consumer (the “Warranty”). If the Product is purchased in any of the countries referenced above, this Warranty is valid and enforceable in all of them, although, if the Warranty service is provided in a different country to the country of purchase, the service may be delayed.However, if you pay by PayPal Credit, you're covered under S75 as well as PayPal's own protection, the former of which covers you for mis-selling, under which falsely advertising the warranty would come. It might a pain, but at least you will likely have some legal recourse if the worst happens:...any claim against the supplier in respect of a misrepresentation or breach of contract, he shall have a like claim against the creditorAnyway, long story short, you should be covered fine, but there may be some unspecified 'delay'. And if Huawei are numpties about it, you should have the fallback of S75 if you pay by PayPal Credit.


There's a couple of things. Are Wow camera based in an EU country or Hong Kong?

Are all their devices European models? I seem to remember them selling the 256gb model which is not officially released in the EU.

Then you have to factor in the 'delayed' description.
spinach_pie16/02/2020 21:32

There's a couple of things. Are Wow camera based in an EU country or Hong …There's a couple of things. Are Wow camera based in an EU country or Hong Kong?Are all their devices European models? I seem to remember them selling the 256gb model which is not officially released in the EU. Then you have to factor in the 'delayed' description.


Mine's an EU variant, but I have the 128GB. A quick Google suggests that yes, the 256GB 8GB is an EU variant:

phonemore.com/mod…ro/

I have no idea where Wowcamera are based, but the person I spoke to at customer services sounded 100% native English. It's an EU phone you're purchasing within the EU; even if the company are in HK this isn't an Asian grey import so I doubt Huawei care where their head office is.

So basically, all you're left with is the 'delay' which is only likely to be to cover their asses in case you buy a random specialist Dutch phone that wasn't released in the UK, and the UK repair centres don't know how to deal with it and you have to send it to Amsterdam.

Longer story short, I wouldn't worry too much, but it's good to raise these issues. Like all these things, it's an assessment of risk. It's all fine for me, might not be for others and that's completely OK.
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 16th Feb
BristolBillyBob16/02/2020 21:44

Mine's an EU variant, but I have the 128GB. A quick Google suggests that …Mine's an EU variant, but I have the 128GB. A quick Google suggests that yes, the 256GB 8GB is an EU variant:https://www.phonemore.com/models/huawei/p30-pro/I have no idea where Wowcamera are based, but the person I spoke to at customer services sounded 100% native English. It's an EU phone you're purchasing within the EU; even if the company are in HK this isn't an Asian grey import so I doubt Huawei care where their head office is.So basically, all you're left with is the 'delay' which is only likely to be to cover their asses in case you buy a random specialist Dutch phone that wasn't released in the UK, and the UK repair centres don't know how to deal with it and you have to send it to Amsterdam. Longer story short, I wouldn't worry too much, but it's good to raise these issues. Like all these things, it's an assessment of risk. It's all fine for me, might not be for others and that's completely OK.


PS. I love my Amber Sunrise Huawei P30 Pro. Best phone I've ever owned (although I did prefer the Pixel camera, truth be told).
sion2216/02/2020 21:11

You dont need time machines, Its currently selling for £456 and a free …You dont need time machines, Its currently selling for £456 and a free Huawei watch worth £100+ 3 month amazon prime. so still much better deal. but not dual sim


I really wish I didn't need the dual sim, but my only reason for changing phones is to get rid of my PoS work iPhone, so I ordered this on fri. The watch would be nice, but dual sim vs watch and the sim wins it for my purposes. (plus, not sure everyone knows but the watch and strap is the ugly green)

If it had been the interim £340 price with o2 (about a month ago) then I'd have seriously thought about carrying two phones.
thegamingkinginfo16/02/2020 16:49

Well I bought my Galaxy S8 from Amazon.it a few years ago and the warranty …Well I bought my Galaxy S8 from Amazon.it a few years ago and the warranty was offered on that. They replaced the screen and battery all free of charge! I believe Samsung has a EU wide warranty, but not worldwide. So you can buy outside of the UK, just within EU for your warranty to still count.


I will second that, I got a laptop from Poland at a Polish equivalent of Currys and it had problems and Samsung sorted it out no qualms.
If a product is bought in the EU you can claim warranty anywhere within the EU, just a heads up.Its EU consumer law, that customer service rep is dead wrong about that. Not sure if it applies to this website, but if they ship from within Europe you should have no issues. If it's coming from Hong Kong though it's as if you're buying it with no warranty. Best you could possibly do is send it back there for repairs, but shipping will be on you.
Edited by: "дядо_прас" 16th Feb
trex16/02/2020 23:05

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lol more like where did you learn to read boy. i didnt mention £256 or £356 at all. not sure what tou refering to
sion2217/02/2020 00:19

lol more like where did you learn to read boy. i didnt mention £256 or …lol more like where did you learn to read boy. i didnt mention £256 or £356 at all. not sure what tou refering to


Time machine comment was referring to £256 refresh deal. You implied that it was not needed as deal is on. But it's not close
Do these still run android?
vassy2i16/02/2020 15:48

Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in …Bought Samsung Galaxy s10plus. Samsung refused warranty. It's clear in their terms that UK warranty is not applicable to devices bought outside UK.


I didn't realise this but now I know thanks. I'm on a S8 but looking for a new phone, s10+ wins places all over for the camera etc.... you happy with it?
sion2216/02/2020 21:11

You dont need time machines, Its currently selling for £456 and a free …You dont need time machines, Its currently selling for £456 and a free Huawei watch worth £100+ 3 month amazon prime. so still much better deal. but not dual sim


Have you got a link for this deal please?
spinach_pie16/02/2020 15:12

I'm sorry, when you call to ask for a refund, replacement etc, are you put …I'm sorry, when you call to ask for a refund, replacement etc, are you put straight through to the Head of Customer Service? Call centre reps are the people who will be handling the 'warranty'.Also, most manufacturers clearly state that their warranties are only for purchases within the country you purchased from. Therefore, who SHOULD we trust? Wowcamera? Lol.


Aren't wowcamera a UK company?
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