Nomu s10 Pro IP 69 Phone! 127.62 @ Gearbest
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Nomu s10 Pro IP 69 Phone! 127.62 @ Gearbest

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Found 26th Dec 2017
3GB RAM/ 32GB Phone memory
whooping 5000 MAh Battery!
5.0 inch screen
Fully water, dust, shock proof!
Has Band 20.
Its £10 cheaper at Light in the box but that retailer has been banned on here?
But this is still a great deal if your like me and your Chinese phone get faulty within a few months.
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Good plan, your cheap Chinese phone went faulty within a few months, so you buy another?
Said it before and I'll say it again. Never had any problems with Gearbest
ezzer729 m ago

As per your own experience, buy a proper phone that will last you 1 to 2 …As per your own experience, buy a proper phone that will last you 1 to 2 years, and after that will still have some resale value.Buying a disposable one like this is terrible value, and I'm sure not brilliant to use during your short time together.


How do you know this won't last two years? I have no knowledge of this brand, but it's a fairly broadbrush statement. I have a Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro which is 18 months old and still gives me a full day battery with juice to spare. Cost me £100 and is still worth £50 on the used market. How much would an equivalent spec Samsung have depreciated in that time? Significantly more, I would imagine.
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Good plan, your cheap Chinese phone went faulty within a few months, so you buy another?
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Why is this getting cold can you people explain why? What are the alternatives in the market that have water and shockproofing?
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And why is light in the box a banned retailer
It must amuse folks to buy from Gearbest and other Chinese sellers - love the gamble of- if /when it may arrive , what the VAT and Customs fees will be , whether it will actually work or not . Beats me -still each to their own
Don't buy anything from this company unless you want a bucketful of grief
Walofs
Said it before and I'll say it again. Never had any problems with Gearbest
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Disco.Dave7 m ago

Said it before and I'll say it again. Never had any problems with Gearbest


Same here and I have ordered more than 20 products from them! Including expensive electronics like a phone! Just use PayPal and ur covered.
Edited by: "UberPark" 26th Dec 2017
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Why are we arguing about gearbest when there is 100s of deals on here from them! Can we please comment on wether this phone is worth the investment! If not what are the alternatives
UberPark6 m ago

Same here and I have ordered more than 20 products from them! Including …Same here and I have ordered more than 20 products from them! Including expensive electronics like a phone! Just use PayPal and ur covered.


Nah, for any one item over £100, best to pay merchant directly by credit card to benefit from UK-based S75 protection.
UberPark5 m ago

Why are we arguing about gearbest when there is 100s of deals on here from …Why are we arguing about gearbest when there is 100s of deals on here from them! Can we please comment on wether this phone is worth the investment! If not what are the alternatives


As per your own experience, buy a proper phone that will last you 1 to 2 years, and after that will still have some resale value.

Buying a disposable one like this is terrible value, and I'm sure not brilliant to use during your short time together.
ezzer729 m ago

As per your own experience, buy a proper phone that will last you 1 to 2 …As per your own experience, buy a proper phone that will last you 1 to 2 years, and after that will still have some resale value.Buying a disposable one like this is terrible value, and I'm sure not brilliant to use during your short time together.


How do you know this won't last two years? I have no knowledge of this brand, but it's a fairly broadbrush statement. I have a Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro which is 18 months old and still gives me a full day battery with juice to spare. Cost me £100 and is still worth £50 on the used market. How much would an equivalent spec Samsung have depreciated in that time? Significantly more, I would imagine.
rogparki28 m ago

It must amuse folks to buy from Gearbest and other Chinese sellers - …It must amuse folks to buy from Gearbest and other Chinese sellers - love the gamble of- if /when it may arrive , what the VAT and Customs fees will be , whether it will actually work or not . Beats me -still each to their own


It's paid off for me the last 3 phones I've purchased. Only replacing my mi max (bought at launch 15 or so months ago) because I've smashed the screen.
SClub5 m ago

How do you know this won't last two years? I have no knowledge of this …How do you know this won't last two years? I have no knowledge of this brand, but it's a fairly broadbrush statement. I have a Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro which is 18 months old and still gives me a full day battery with juice to spare. Cost me £100 and is still worth £50 on the used market. How much would an equivalent spec Samsung have depreciated in that time? Significantly more, I would imagine.


It was based on the OP's intro.

Xiaomi are a good brand.
Answer to uberpark
Get this,


About same price, robust and 10,000 mah battery, antutu score 45,000.
Edited by: "shadey12" 26th Dec 2017
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