Motorola MOTO M 4G 5.5 inch IPS FHD Screen Android 6.0 Helio P15 Octa Core 2.2GHz 4GB RAM 32GB ROM 16.0MP Rear Camera Fingerprint Scanner Splash Proof Dolby Atmos £131.29 delivered @Gearbest
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Motorola MOTO M 4G 5.5 inch IPS FHD Screen Android 6.0 Helio P15 Octa Core 2.2GHz 4GB RAM 32GB ROM 16.0MP Rear Camera Fingerprint Scanner Splash Proof Dolby Atmos £131.29 delivered @Gearbest

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Found 23rd Jul 2017Edited by:"Dealminboys"
Motorola MOTO M 5.5 inch Android 6.0 4G Phablet Helio P15 Octa Core 2.2GHz 4GB RAM 32GB ROM 8.0MP + 16.0MP Fingerprint Scanner
Main Features:
Display: 5.5 inch 1920 x 1080 pixels screen
CPU: Helio P15 Octa Core 2.2GHz
System: Android 6.0
Storage: 4GB RAM + 32GB ROM
Cameras:front 8.0MP + rear 16.0MP with AF and flash light
Bluetooth: BT4.1
Features: GPS, Ambient Light Sensor, E-Compass, Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor
SIM Card: dual SIM dual standby, dual nano SIM cards
Network:
2G: GSM B2/3/5/8 CDMA BC0
3G: WCDMA B1/2/5/8 TD-SCDMA B34/39
4G: FDD-LTE B1/3/7 TD-LTE B38/39/40/41
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What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different frequencies used in the UK used by the mobile networks to deliver their 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services.

  • 800MHz (Band 20)
  • 900MHz (Band
  • 1800MHz (Band 3)
  • 2100MHz (Band 1)
  • 2600MHz (Band 7)
What frequencies do the different operators use?Each operator in the UK utilises different frequencies to deliver their mobile networks with the core networks being EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. Then there are also operators, called mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), who utilise the backend of the core networks to offer their own services.

The frequencies used by the major UK networks are listed below:

Network FrequenciesCheck Coverage

EE
800MHz (4G)

1800MHz (2G & 4G)

2100MHz (3G)

2600MHz (4G)


O2
800MHz (4G)

900MHz (2G & 3G)

1800MHz (2G)

2100MHz (3G)


Vodafone
800MHz (4G)

900MHz (2G & 3G)

1800MHz (2G)

2100MHz (3G)

2600MHz (4G)


Three
800MHz (4G)

1800MHz (4G)

2100MHz (3G)
Dealminboys

What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different … What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different frequencies used in the UK used by the mobile networks to deliver their 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services.800MHz (Band 20)900MHz (Band 1800MHz (Band 3)2100MHz (Band 1)2600MHz (Band 7)What frequencies do the different operators use?Each operator in the UK utilises different frequencies to deliver their mobile networks with the core networks being EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. Then there are also operators, called mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), who utilise the backend of the core networks to offer their own services.The frequencies used by the major UK networks are listed below:Network FrequenciesCheck CoverageEE800MHz (4G)1800MHz (2G & 4G)2100MHz (3G)2600MHz (4G) O2800MHz (4G)900MHz (2G & 3G)1800MHz (2G)2100MHz (3G) Vodafone800MHz (4G)900MHz (2G & 3G)1800MHz (2G)2100MHz (3G)2600MHz (4G) Three800MHz (4G)1800MHz (4G)2100MHz (3G)



You all mock this guy over the band 20 comment but it is quite important. It's the lowest 4G frequency so it penetrates, refracts and diffracts more than the higher frequencies, also the networks are less supportive of older technologies these days. I made this mistake when 3G came out, and now 4G's been out a while don't expect an awful lot of support from the networks if you have patchy 3G coverage, as 2G is becoming worse still - it's not like you can tell them you're using a grey imported phone that isn't available in the UK; any issues, they will almost definitely blame you even if it's not your fault. That's before even considering congestion on 2G/3G during busy times.

It's a great price for the phone but with a big compromise and I reckon it'll always be at the back of your mind, 'is it because I don't have band 20 support, or is there just no signal here?'.
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No B20 Band . Big Negative
What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different frequencies used in the UK used by the mobile networks to deliver their 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services.

  • 800MHz (Band 20)
  • 900MHz (Band
  • 1800MHz (Band 3)
  • 2100MHz (Band 1)
  • 2600MHz (Band 7)
What frequencies do the different operators use?Each operator in the UK utilises different frequencies to deliver their mobile networks with the core networks being EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. Then there are also operators, called mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), who utilise the backend of the core networks to offer their own services.

The frequencies used by the major UK networks are listed below:

Network FrequenciesCheck Coverage

EE
800MHz (4G)

1800MHz (2G & 4G)

2100MHz (3G)

2600MHz (4G)


O2
800MHz (4G)

900MHz (2G & 3G)

1800MHz (2G)

2100MHz (3G)


Vodafone
800MHz (4G)

900MHz (2G & 3G)

1800MHz (2G)

2100MHz (3G)

2600MHz (4G)


Three
800MHz (4G)

1800MHz (4G)

2100MHz (3G)
Looks like a good take on the moto g series. Very tempted
Battery
3050mAh, not great

NFC?
sam_of_london13 m ago

No B20 Band . Big Negative

​That's like posting on a left hand golf clubs deal and then saying 'Can't use them if you are right handed'
Dolby Atmos... on a mobile phone? I’m sorry, what!?
Bilbo1968

**** off...

Gollywood

That's like posting on a left hand golf clubs deal and then saying … That's like posting on a left hand golf clubs deal and then saying 'Can't use them if you are right handed'



Because not everyone gets a boner over 4g. The specs are excellent for this price and the fact it's Motorola not some boshed together brand makes it a very good deal. Gonna look at reviews.
It's 128 quid at AliExpress Chinatronic Store with potential 8% Quidco. Gold or Silver, take your pick. Personally, I would go for 3GB/32GB Redmi Note 4 Global Version for about 15 quid less or the 4gb/64gb Global for about 15 quid more...
Edited by: "bellboys" 24th Jul 2017
sam_of_london9 h, 7 m ago

No B20 Band . Big Negative


Even if it had band 20, it wouldn't work on some networks in the U.K. as access to it is sometimes locked down to certain devices, meaning non-specified ones can't use it
Dealminboys

What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different … What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different frequencies used in the UK used by the mobile networks to deliver their 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services.800MHz (Band 20)900MHz (Band 1800MHz (Band 3)2100MHz (Band 1)2600MHz (Band 7)What frequencies do the different operators use?Each operator in the UK utilises different frequencies to deliver their mobile networks with the core networks being EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. Then there are also operators, called mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), who utilise the backend of the core networks to offer their own services.The frequencies used by the major UK networks are listed below:Network FrequenciesCheck CoverageEE800MHz (4G)1800MHz (2G & 4G)2100MHz (3G)2600MHz (4G) O2800MHz (4G)900MHz (2G & 3G)1800MHz (2G)2100MHz (3G) Vodafone800MHz (4G)900MHz (2G & 3G)1800MHz (2G)2100MHz (3G)2600MHz (4G) Three800MHz (4G)1800MHz (4G)2100MHz (3G)


That means phone won't work with 4G on O2 as it does not have Band 20 and 02 utilises band 20 for their 4G only. Big minus for 02/Tesco Mobile/GiffGaff users...
bryan1979

Even if it had band 20, it wouldn't work on some networks in the U.K. as … Even if it had band 20, it wouldn't work on some networks in the U.K. as access to it is sometimes locked down to certain devices, meaning non-specified ones can't use it



Haven't heard that before. Got any examples of which phones don't work?
Before getting a new phone I always use this:

willmyphonework.net
Dealminboys

What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different … What frequencies are used in the UK?There are a total of 5 different frequencies used in the UK used by the mobile networks to deliver their 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services.800MHz (Band 20)900MHz (Band 1800MHz (Band 3)2100MHz (Band 1)2600MHz (Band 7)What frequencies do the different operators use?Each operator in the UK utilises different frequencies to deliver their mobile networks with the core networks being EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. Then there are also operators, called mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), who utilise the backend of the core networks to offer their own services.The frequencies used by the major UK networks are listed below:Network FrequenciesCheck CoverageEE800MHz (4G)1800MHz (2G & 4G)2100MHz (3G)2600MHz (4G) O2800MHz (4G)900MHz (2G & 3G)1800MHz (2G)2100MHz (3G) Vodafone800MHz (4G)900MHz (2G & 3G)1800MHz (2G)2100MHz (3G)2600MHz (4G) Three800MHz (4G)1800MHz (4G)2100MHz (3G)



You all mock this guy over the band 20 comment but it is quite important. It's the lowest 4G frequency so it penetrates, refracts and diffracts more than the higher frequencies, also the networks are less supportive of older technologies these days. I made this mistake when 3G came out, and now 4G's been out a while don't expect an awful lot of support from the networks if you have patchy 3G coverage, as 2G is becoming worse still - it's not like you can tell them you're using a grey imported phone that isn't available in the UK; any issues, they will almost definitely blame you even if it's not your fault. That's before even considering congestion on 2G/3G during busy times.

It's a great price for the phone but with a big compromise and I reckon it'll always be at the back of your mind, 'is it because I don't have band 20 support, or is there just no signal here?'.
Sampson

Dolby Atmos... on a mobile phone? I’m sorry, what!?

Sampson

Dolby Atmos... on a mobile phone? I’m sorry, what!?



Load of BS then? They claim to enhance the performance of your smartphone speakers but they're still smartphone speakers. Polishing a turd springs to my mind
pr3dicta5le

Load of BS then? They claim to enhance the performance of your smartphone … Load of BS then? They claim to enhance the performance of your smartphone speakers but they're still smartphone speakers. Polishing a turd springs to my mind



Wouldn't that really stick in the grill and make the should far worse, unless I am missing something?
Dealminboys

https://www.dolby.com/us/en/categories/smartphone.html



Well I'll be...
Sounds like nonsense to me, but fair enough, it is legit.
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Cold - not global version
This is a Possible error In specs as according to m.gsmarena.com/mot…php
only the 64gb version is 4gb ram- also this could be the indian version.
Has anyone received this and can check if it is unlocked? Would help the deal for hukders.
Edited by: "arvy1" 24th Jul 2017
Does anyone know if this phone will work on the 3 network ?
Nice looking phone heated
Hi
Anyone know what will the import charges for this phone?
Don't hold your breath for updates Moto sold out to Lenovo. Have lastest Moto X retail and still no update to 7 only rumours. With this supplier the frustration could outwiegh the benefits.
I'm getting mixed up with all these Moto phones coming out. I'll stick with my waterproof Moto g 3rd Gen for the moment.
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