Nubia M2 Global Rom 5.5 inch 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Qualcomm Snapdragon - £121.21 at  Banggood
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Nubia M2 Global Rom 5.5 inch 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Qualcomm Snapdragon - £121.21 at Banggood

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Found 12th Jan
Banggood sold Nubia M2 Mobile for £121

Color: Black/Gold
4GB RAM and 64GB ROM
Display: 5.5" 1920x1080
16MP Front and Dual back camera: 13.0MP + 13.0MP
Battery 3630mAh
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Heat added for being a newbie and not asking for kindness. Thanks.
Anyone on here who didn't already know that Banggood are a Chinese seller?
rogparki53 m ago

Voted cold for not making clear Banggood are a Chinese seller - so …Voted cold for not making clear Banggood are a Chinese seller - so possible VAT+ Import duties to pay , no warranty and no feasible way of returning if faulty .


However, the value is under the threshold for attracting tax and if paid by a credit card then card issuer assumes warranty obligations. The difficulty of returning it is the only correct information here.

If there was a dislike button, consider it pressed for attempting to disseminate incorrect information
CONGRATS ON YOUR 1st DEAL R0nald0!!!


Have some heat for the effort and WELCOME! Your 1st of many no doubt?

Ignore the doom and gloom merchants with nothing positive to say - you will find this happens.... ....

(((rolls eyes sarcastically)))
Edited by: "cloudthecat" 12th Jan
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Heat added for being a newbie and not asking for kindness. Thanks.
Voted cold for not making clear Banggood are a Chinese seller - so possible VAT+ Import duties to pay , no warranty and no feasible way of returning if faulty .
Anyone on here who didn't already know that Banggood are a Chinese seller?
roflll11 m ago

Anyone on here who didn't already know that Banggood are a Chinese seller?



Glad you fell into that one . Yes there are many who are not aware , as I have proved multiple times by asking that question on these "Chinese seller posts" .

If everyone was aware I wouldn't have to keep mentioning it , would I ?
Edited by: "rogparki" 12th Jan
rogparki53 m ago

Voted cold for not making clear Banggood are a Chinese seller - so …Voted cold for not making clear Banggood are a Chinese seller - so possible VAT+ Import duties to pay , no warranty and no feasible way of returning if faulty .


However, the value is under the threshold for attracting tax and if paid by a credit card then card issuer assumes warranty obligations. The difficulty of returning it is the only correct information here.

If there was a dislike button, consider it pressed for attempting to disseminate incorrect information
CONGRATS ON YOUR 1st DEAL R0nald0!!!


Have some heat for the effort and WELCOME! Your 1st of many no doubt?

Ignore the doom and gloom merchants with nothing positive to say - you will find this happens.... ....

(((rolls eyes sarcastically)))
Edited by: "cloudthecat" 12th Jan
waynehardy25 m ago

However, the value is under the threshold for attracting tax and if paid …However, the value is under the threshold for attracting tax and if paid by a credit card then card issuer assumes warranty obligations. The difficulty of returning it is the only correct information here.If there was a dislike button, consider it pressed for attempting to disseminate incorrect information



Congratulations on the most factually totally inaccurate post I have seen for some time !!!!

£121 under the threshold for VAT and import duties - Wrong !

Credit card company assumes warranty obligations on a grey import - Wrong !

I really think you should delete your post , as many of our less savvy members (are you one ?) may care to believe the rubbish you have posted , I think my point is yet again proved by the misguided and thus misinformed " Likes" on your totally inaccurate comment . Shows many members still need educating on the pitfalls of buying from Chinese sellers .
Edited by: "rogparki" 12th Jan
Amoled display too Voted hot. Great deal even with import charges.
Voted hot as it's a bargain for this price. Also Banggood is one my favourite online retailers. Triple digit purchases so far, never had a problem..
Beware that there is no 3rd party ROM support and ZTE only release Android 6.0.
How good is this phone as compared to Xiaomi note 4? Is the company as good as Xiaomi?
Cold deal excludes import duties and there's no warranty
Yeh let's buy an off-brand Chinese phone from China, and try to avoid import duty. GREAT PLAN. Ice cold. BangGood should be nowhere near this website.
lundapapa35 m ago

How good is this phone as compared to Xiaomi note 4? Is the company as …How good is this phone as compared to Xiaomi note 4? Is the company as good as Xiaomi?


There's a reason you've never heard of them.
waynehardy2 h, 28 m ago

However, the value is under the threshold for attracting tax and if paid …However, the value is under the threshold for attracting tax and if paid by a credit card then card issuer assumes warranty obligations. The difficulty of returning it is the only correct information here.If there was a dislike button, consider it pressed for attempting to disseminate incorrect information


The threshold for paying tax on goods bought from outside the EU is £15. Whether you get picked up or not depends a lot on the shipping method you choose. Express delivery is usually via a courier who WILL get stopped at customs and not only charge you the full VAT, but also a £10-20 admin fee, often before they will release the goods to you. Surface mail (the free delivery option) can take up to a month to arrive and only has limited tracking, but doesn't usually get caught by customs.

Credit card companies don't provide a warranty on goods. But you do get some cover with them - 'Section 75' means if it's faulty on arrival or doesn't arrive at all and costs more than £100, then they DO have to refund you in full.
steed21 m ago

The threshold for paying tax on goods bought from outside the EU is £15. …The threshold for paying tax on goods bought from outside the EU is £15. Whether you get picked up or not depends a lot on the shipping method you choose. Express delivery is usually via a courier who WILL get stopped at customs and not only charge you the full VAT, but also a £10-20 admin fee, often before they will release the goods to you. Surface mail (the free delivery option) can take up to a month to arrive and only has limited tracking, but doesn't usually get caught by customs. Credit card companies don't provide a warranty on goods. But you do get some cover with them - 'Section 75' means if it's faulty on arrival or doesn't arrive at all and costs more than £100, then they DO have to refund you in full.


Not on a dodgy Chinese import! You're completely untrue. I've reported your comment, but please delete it.
Is it a decent phone?

anyone
OK, can we all stop wittering over import duties and VAT and talk about this phone!

has anyone any experience of whether it is any good, or more importantly as good as a Xiaomi (that does have generally good reviews).

I ask because the best part of this phone that I saw was it uses a Snapdragon processor rather than a Mediatek and for GPS (Google Maps, Waze) that is a winner in my book, as Mediatek is woeful.
commenter1449 m ago

There's a reason you've never heard of them.


ZTE are a tier one manufacturer.
I got this from Wikipedia

At least one ZTE mobile phone (sold as the ZTE Score in the United States by Cricket and MetroPCS) can be remotely accessed by anyone with an easily obtained password.[33]

Thought it maybe relivant to potential buyers, which I'm not one.
commenter1444 m ago

Not on a dodgy Chinese import! You're completely untrue. I've reported …Not on a dodgy Chinese import! You're completely untrue. I've reported your comment, but please delete it.


Yes even on a dodgy chinese import. If they accept Credit cards, it covers it. The Court of Appeal confirmed this applies to everything you buy. Whether it's in the UK, abroad or on a foreign website, Section 75 applies. Stop spreading misinformation.
thelatics1 h, 11 m ago

OK, can we all stop wittering over import duties and VAT and talk about …OK, can we all stop wittering over import duties and VAT and talk about this phone!has anyone any experience of whether it is any good, or more importantly as good as a Xiaomi (that does have generally good reviews).I ask because the best part of this phone that I saw was it uses a Snapdragon processor rather than a Mediatek and for GPS (Google Maps, Waze) that is a winner in my book, as Mediatek is woeful.


Why don't you want us to talk about the retailer? It's a very important part of this deal, as evidenced by the majority of comments being about it. Since when was it up to you to decide what we can and can't discuss?
thelatics1 h, 17 m ago

OK, can we all stop wittering over import duties and VAT and talk about …OK, can we all stop wittering over import duties and VAT and talk about this phone!has anyone any experience of whether it is any good, or more importantly as good as a Xiaomi (that does have generally good reviews).I ask because the best part of this phone that I saw was it uses a Snapdragon processor rather than a Mediatek and for GPS (Google Maps, Waze) that is a winner in my book, as Mediatek is woeful.




A Mediatek processor is in the new Gemini PDA by planetcom.co.uk

Planet computers were founded by ex Psion employees. Psion being the originator of the smartphone. I very much doubt they would use Mediatek if it was "woeful".
deany7637 m ago

A Mediatek processor is in the new Gemini PDA by planetcom.co.ukPlanet …A Mediatek processor is in the new Gemini PDA by planetcom.co.ukPlanet computers were founded by ex Psion employees. Psion being the originator of the smartphone. I very much doubt they would use Mediatek if it was "woeful".


Mediatek are woeful. Read any review of any of their processors/phones. Never heard of that company or product you're talking about.
Edited by: "commenter14" 12th Jan
commenter1411 m ago

Mediatek are woeful. Read any review of any of their processors/phones. …Mediatek are woeful. Read any review of any of their processors/phones. Never heard of that company or product you're talking about.




Why are Mediatek woeful? Pray tell.
commenter1416 m ago

Are you incapable of using a search engine?




Yes I am, that is why I'm asking you to backup your claim that Mediatek are "woeful", but don't bother yourself.
I have one of these, the Archos version, and it's great. The OS is Marshmallow which is the biggest problem, but otherwise it's a great phone.
Edited by: "Klonricket" 12th Jan
deany7617 m ago

Yes I am, that is why I'm asking you to backup your claim that Mediatek …Yes I am, that is why I'm asking you to backup your claim that Mediatek are "woeful", but don't bother yourself.


Because I already know they're rubbish from having researched them in the past. I'm not going to re-read articles I read before. Please make some sense
Its a lovely looking phone for a very nice price! Surprised though that it comes with quite an old version of Android installed (Marshmallow!).
GAVINLEWISHUKD3 h, 55 m ago

ZTE are a tier one manufacturer.


Been looking for a new mobile for a while (I'm a cheapskate) Hopefully this will replace my ZTE Blade as favourite ever phone.
Got an email from Gearbest with a link to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 4G Phablet in Black (32GB) for £112.90.

Would this be a better option?
Redtraveller119 m ago

Got an email from Gearbest with a link to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 4G …Got an email from Gearbest with a link to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 4G Phablet in Black (32GB) for £112.90.Would this be a better option?


The Xiaomi phones are generally decent considering the price. I own a Mi Max 2 (ordered from gearbest) - Which is a beast of a phone at 6.44" in size, and a battery to match! I've had it since September last year and I absolutely love it.

I've been contemplating ordering my wife one of the smaller Xiaomi phones from Gearbest, although the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 - Gearbest was in my sights, I was thinking of going for the Xiaomi Mi A1 4G - Gearbest. It's pretty much the same spec as the Note 4, except it has more RAM, Dual rear cameras, and comes with newer Android ONE OS instead of the MIUI which some people complain about, since it's bundled apps are more localised for the east-asian market. (The Global ROMS that come on them have no problems in the UK)

You can't really go wrong with these phones....good Processors, decent cameras, batteries, and sound. No real complaints about them so far. I've recommended them to various friends and family and they all liked them too. Xiaomi are going from strength to strength in the UK in the same way that the OnePlus phones did.

Here's a quick youtube review on the Mi A1
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steed5 h, 11 m ago

The threshold for paying tax on goods bought from outside the EU is £15. …The threshold for paying tax on goods bought from outside the EU is £15. Whether you get picked up or not depends a lot on the shipping method you choose. Express delivery is usually via a courier who WILL get stopped at customs and not only charge you the full VAT, but also a £10-20 admin fee, often before they will release the goods to you. Surface mail (the free delivery option) can take up to a month to arrive and only has limited tracking, but doesn't usually get caught by customs. Credit card companies don't provide a warranty on goods. But you do get some cover with them - 'Section 75' means if it's faulty on arrival or doesn't arrive at all and costs more than £100, then they DO have to refund you in full.


The most useful comment on here. Thank you.
No nfc so android pay and future updates will be a problem but if you can live with that and are happy about buying import phones (knowing all pros and cons) it's a good buy at this pric.
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 12th Jan
neur0naut55 m ago

The Xiaomi phones are generally decent considering the price. I own a Mi …The Xiaomi phones are generally decent considering the price. I own a Mi Max 2 (ordered from gearbest) - Which is a beast of a phone at 6.44" in size, and a battery to match! I've had it since September last year and I absolutely love it.I've been contemplating ordering my wife one of the smaller Xiaomi phones from Gearbest, although the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 - Gearbest was in my sights, I was thinking of going for the Xiaomi Mi A1 4G - Gearbest. It's pretty much the same spec as the Note 4, except it has more RAM, Dual rear cameras, and comes with newer Android ONE OS instead of the MIUI which some people complain about, since it's bundled apps are more localised for the east-asian market. (The Global ROMS that come on them have no problems in the UK)You can't really go wrong with these phones....good Processors, decent cameras, batteries, and sound. No real complaints about them so far. I've recommended them to various friends and family and they all liked them too. Xiaomi are going from strength to strength in the UK in the same way that the OnePlus phones did.Here's a quick youtube review on the Mi A1




Thanks for this. I too was looking at the A1 but it apparently has an extremely high SAR level (gives out radiation). I don’t fully understand it but it puts me off slightly. How would the Note 4 compared to an iPhone 6?
Great spec for the price , almost identical spec inside as a Xiaomi redmi note 4x which also is an excellent phone . This phone has the added benefit of 4k recording apparently . My phone's of choice these days are Xiaomi , as I have had several " Chinese" phones and I must say I love Xiaomi products for build and quality . On paper though this looks a cracking phone too
coldo1 h, 36 m ago

Great spec for the price , almost identical spec inside as a Xiaomi redmi …Great spec for the price , almost identical spec inside as a Xiaomi redmi note 4x which also is an excellent phone . This phone has the added benefit of 4k recording apparently . My phone's of choice these days are Xiaomi , as I have had several " Chinese" phones and I must say I love Xiaomi products for build and quality . On paper though this looks a cracking phone too



Are you referring to the Redmi Note 4
My last order from BG (LePro 3 Elite, £122.8) placed on 25/12/17 and arrived 03/01/18. Ascendia HK - Swiss Post. Declared as Gift / MP4 Player / £25. No additional charges. Well packed. Still a lottery I know. But can recommend BG.
deany766 h, 52 m ago

Why are Mediatek woeful? Pray tell.


Because every phone they are in has the worst gps capability and this is partly because China doesn't rely on gps like we do in the UK.

This is all known if you google Mediatek and gps
thelatics7 m ago

Because every phone they are in has the worst gps capability and this is …Because every phone they are in has the worst gps capability and this is partly because China doesn't rely on gps like we do in the UK.This is all known if you google Mediatek and gps




Okay, thanks.
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