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Oneplus 7 GM1900 8GB/256GB Dual Sim - Mirror Gray (CN Ver. with flashed OS) Smartphone £333.25 @ Eglobal Central
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Oneplus 7 GM1900 8GB/256GB Dual Sim - Mirror Gray (CN Ver. with flashed OS) Smartphone £333.25 @ Eglobal Central

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Posted 26th SepShipping from Hong Kong
Coming down in price over & over again, this is a bit of a bargain.. All in my opinion of course
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Qualcomm® Snapdragon 855™ The power to do more.
Rebuilt from the ground up using 7 nm technology, the new Qualcomm® Snapdragon 855™ mobile platform raises the bar for mobile power. Enjoy better gaming, sharper photos and amazing battery life. With the OnePlus 7, everything is effortless.

RAM Boost Your RAM works for you.
The OnePlus 7 intelligently adapts to your individual use with RAM Boost. The apps you use most are preloaded in the background, and are given an extra boost of RAM to speed up start-up times and make sure they are always ready for you.

Immersive Sound Sounds good.
Feel every note with our new dual stereo speakers, powered by Dolby Atmos. Whether it’s a game, album, movie, or podcast, the all-encompassing and powerful speakers will put you right in the action.


Please note, any unauthorized modification to the operating system (such as rooting, flashing and jailbreaking etc) will automatically void our standard warranty.

Feature
- Qualcomm SDM855

- 8GB, 256GB

- 6.41 inches AMOLED , 1080 x 2340, 402 ppi

- Rear Camera: 48.0 + 5.0 MP

- Front Camera: 16.0MP

- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot

- Bluetooth 5.0

- 3700 mAh

Possible long waits with stock issues, and no warranty are factors to consider before purchase from eglobal.
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I nearly dropped £780 on an iPhone 11 today. I then realised I could get something like this and a Pixel 3a for about the same money. Suddenly it no longer seemed like a good deal!
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I nearly dropped £780 on an iPhone 11 today. I then realised I could get something like this and a Pixel 3a for about the same money. Suddenly it no longer seemed like a good deal!
thomasbooth26/09/2019 15:32

I nearly dropped £780 on an iPhone 11 today. I then realised I could get …I nearly dropped £780 on an iPhone 11 today. I then realised I could get something like this and a Pixel 3a for about the same money. Suddenly it no longer seemed like a good deal!


Ask me first man
MrSwitch26/09/2019 15:32

Ask me first man


Indeed! Think I'll wait for Pixel 4 and all the camera reviews before I decide on my next phone.
thomasbooth26/09/2019 15:34

Indeed! Think I'll wait for Pixel 4 and all the camera reviews before I …Indeed! Think I'll wait for Pixel 4 and all the camera reviews before I decide on my next phone.


Don't blame you, hopefully they price it a bit cheaper than last years eh!
7T launch is today in India.

Livestream is running now:- Youtube here
Edited by: "wonkothesane" 26th Sep
Hello @MrSwitch , I’m currently having to carry around two IPhone SE’s 64GB for work. I want a dual sim phone to solve this problem, I’m very happy with iOS but the only dual sim phones only support EE as far as I’m aware. I need a much better camera as well (low light/Dark sucks on SE). I only really use WhatsApp, surf web and use fitness apps, I don’t really play games. My budget is going to be around £350 but for a last years flagship, I may go to £450. 64GB I currently have is more than enough. I would prefer a warranty as I’m the polar opposite of you when it comes to switching phones.

What should I be looking out for in your opinion? Sorry for long post but Thanks in advance.
Im hoping the & Pro drops a bit. Looking forward to seeing the live stream after work. TBH the leaks of the 7T looked good too
NEEZERNEE26/09/2019 15:59

Hello @MrSwitch , I’m currently having to carry around two IPhone SE’s 64G …Hello @MrSwitch , I’m currently having to carry around two IPhone SE’s 64GB for work. I want a dual sim phone to solve this problem, I’m very happy with iOS but the only dual sim phones only support EE as far as I’m aware. I need a much better camera as well (low light/Dark sucks on SE). I only really use WhatsApp, surf web and use fitness apps, I don’t really play games. My budget is going to be around £350 but for a last years flagship, I may go to £450. 64GB I currently have is more than enough. I would prefer a warranty as I’m the polar opposite of you when it comes to switching phones.What should I be looking out for in your opinion? Sorry for long post but Thanks in advance.


Its fine, no problem.

Bit above budget but the mi 9t pro from Xiaomi uk or amazon ticks all your boxes for £399.

Or if you're OK with O2 refresh you can get the mate 30 Pro for dirt cheap, probably the two best choices currently in my opinion.
NEEZERNEE26/09/2019 15:59

Hello @MrSwitch , I’m currently having to carry around two IPhone SE’s 64G …Hello @MrSwitch , I’m currently having to carry around two IPhone SE’s 64GB for work. I want a dual sim phone to solve this problem, I’m very happy with iOS but the only dual sim phones only support EE as far as I’m aware. I need a much better camera as well (low light/Dark sucks on SE). I only really use WhatsApp, surf web and use fitness apps, I don’t really play games. My budget is going to be around £350 but for a last years flagship, I may go to £450. 64GB I currently have is more than enough. I would prefer a warranty as I’m the polar opposite of you when it comes to switching phones.What should I be looking out for in your opinion? Sorry for long post but Thanks in advance.


Thanks Mr Switch, really appreciate your feedback, just looked at the Xiaomi and it looks perfect, reviews are good too. As for Huawei which I really like, as a long term phone is it a risk re software/security updates do you reckon?
NEEZERNEE26/09/2019 16:50

Thanks Mr Switch, really appreciate your feedback, just looked at the …Thanks Mr Switch, really appreciate your feedback, just looked at the Xiaomi and it looks perfect, reviews are good too. As for Huawei which I really like, as a long term phone is it a risk re software/security updates do you reckon?


Probably not, but to give you peace of mind you're probably best off with the Xiaomi
Dunno why this doesn't have more heat?

No band 20?
MrSwitch26/09/2019 16:52

Probably not, but to give you peace of mind you're probably best off with …Probably not, but to give you peace of mind you're probably best off with the Xiaomi


That’s that then Xiaomi it is. I’ll give you a shout out in a month or two when I’ve hopefully got it.

Thanks again for your help and keep up the excellent work. This is what this site was designed for people helping people, not trolls or arguments about which os is best.
NEEZERNEE26/09/2019 16:59

That’s that then Xiaomi it is. I’ll give you a shout out in a month or two …That’s that then Xiaomi it is. I’ll give you a shout out in a month or two when I’ve hopefully got it. Thanks again for your help and keep up the excellent work. This is what this site was designed for people helping people, not trolls or arguments about which os is best.


Lol, I couldn't agree more, and you are very welcome.
Hello @MrSwitch

I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are clearly well informed about phones. I am really struggling at the moment to find a replacement for my old P9 lite. I don't play games on my phone and also don't want to have to carry a brick around with me that won't fit in my pocket. A good camera is important, lots of storage as I use lot's of apps. The P9 was very disappointing as it seemed to have a very poor gyroscope and was hopeless with maps or star gazing apps.
So, no bigger than 6" or close too. Good gyroscope, camera storage, fairly robust. Any suggestions. New model or older flagship phone? I am happy to spend £300 ish.
MrSwitch26/09/2019 15:56

Don't blame you, hopefully they price it a bit cheaper than last years eh!


Not sure when this happened, but I shall no longer wonder if it's Mr Switch or Mrs Witch
hellop4nda26/09/2019 17:05

Not sure when this happened, but I shall no longer wonder if it's Mr …Not sure when this happened, but I shall no longer wonder if it's Mr Switch or Mrs Witch


Haha, been like that for while
MrSwitch26/09/2019 16:07

Its fine, no problem. Bit above budget but the mi 9t pro from Xiaomi uk or …Its fine, no problem. Bit above budget but the mi 9t pro from Xiaomi uk or amazon ticks all your boxes for £399.Or if you're OK with O2 refresh you can get the mate 30 Pro for dirt cheap, probably the two best choices currently in my opinion.




Do you consider tobydeals.co.uk a trustworthy seller? They've got it for £284.99 for the 6/64
NicotineBaby26/09/2019 17:12

Do you consider tobydeals.co.uk a trustworthy seller? They've got it for …Do you consider tobydeals.co.uk a trustworthy seller? They've got it for £284.99 for the 6/64


I would yeah. They aren't currently allowed on hukd though.
aajax4226/09/2019 17:04

Hello @MrSwitch I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are …Hello @MrSwitch I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are clearly well informed about phones. I am really struggling at the moment to find a replacement for my old P9 lite. I don't play games on my phone and also don't want to have to carry a brick around with me that won't fit in my pocket. A good camera is important, lots of storage as I use lot's of apps. The P9 was very disappointing as it seemed to have a very poor gyroscope and was hopeless with maps or star gazing apps.So, no bigger than 6" or close too. Good gyroscope, camera storage, fairly robust. Any suggestions. New model or older flagship phone? I am happy to spend £300 ish.


I think you'll have to make sacrifices, as you are asking for the perfect Smartphone for £300.
MrSwitch26/09/2019 17:17

I think you'll have to make sacrifices, as you are asking for the perfect …I think you'll have to make sacrifices, as you are asking for the perfect Smartphone for £300.


Not perfect as I do not need massive processing power as I am not interested in games. Shame, really hoped you could help with a couple of suggestions.
Hello @MrSwitch

I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are clearly well informed about phones. I am really struggling at the moment to find a replacement for my old P9 lite. I don't play games on my phone and also don't want to have to carry a brick around with me that won't fit in my pocket. A good camera is important, lots of storage as I use lot's of apps. The P9 was very disappointing as it seemed to have a very poor gyroscope and was hopeless with maps or star gazing apps.
So, no bigger than 6" or close too. Good gyroscope, camera storage, fairly robust. Any suggestions. New model or older flagship phone? I am happy to spend £300 ish.
aajax4226/09/2019 17:27

Not perfect as I do not need massive processing power as I am not …Not perfect as I do not need massive processing power as I am not interested in games. Shame, really hoped you could help with a couple of suggestions. Hello @MrSwitch I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are clearly well informed about phones. I am really struggling at the moment to find a replacement for my old P9 lite. I don't play games on my phone and also don't want to have to carry a brick around with me that won't fit in my pocket. A good camera is important, lots of storage as I use lot's of apps. The P9 was very disappointing as it seemed to have a very poor gyroscope and was hopeless with maps or star gazing apps.So, no bigger than 6" or close too. Good gyroscope, camera storage, fairly robust. Any suggestions. New model or older flagship phone? I am happy to spend £300 ish.


What about a grade a or B pixel 3a at cex for under £300?
MrSwitch26/09/2019 17:29

What about a grade a or B pixel 3a at cex for under £300?


I have been looking at that, but then I start hankering after the pixel 3 (drool, drool) and start thinking about spending silly money. Any Chinese or other variants you can suggest?

Not perfect as I do not need massive processing power as I am not interested in games. Shame, really hoped you could help with a couple of suggestions.
Hello @MrSwitch

I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are clearly well informed about phones. I am really struggling at the moment to find a replacement for my old P9 lite. I don't play games on my phone and also don't want to have to carry a brick around with me that won't fit in my pocket. A good camera is important, lots of storage as I use lot's of apps. The P9 was very disappointing as it seemed to have a very poor gyroscope and was hopeless with maps or star gazing apps.
So, no bigger than 6" or close too. Good gyroscope, camera storage, fairly robust. Any suggestions. New model or older flagship phone? I am happy to spend £300 ish.
aajax4226/09/2019 17:46

I have been looking at that, but then I start hankering after the pixel 3 …I have been looking at that, but then I start hankering after the pixel 3 (drool, drool) and start thinking about spending silly money. Any Chinese or other variants you can suggest?Not perfect as I do not need massive processing power as I am not interested in games. Shame, really hoped you could help with a couple of suggestions. Hello @MrSwitch I am very impressed by the deals you post and you are clearly well informed about phones. I am really struggling at the moment to find a replacement for my old P9 lite. I don't play games on my phone and also don't want to have to carry a brick around with me that won't fit in my pocket. A good camera is important, lots of storage as I use lot's of apps. The P9 was very disappointing as it seemed to have a very poor gyroscope and was hopeless with maps or star gazing apps.So, no bigger than 6" or close too. Good gyroscope, camera storage, fairly robust. Any suggestions. New model or older flagship phone? I am happy to spend £300 ish.


Mi 9t is a good shout in your range if you are willing to buy from the amazon eu's etc.
MrSwitch26/09/2019 17:46

Mi 9t is a good shout in your range if you are willing to buy from the …Mi 9t is a good shout in your range if you are willing to buy from the amazon eu's etc.



Once again,thanks for the help and the great work you do on here
Edited by: "aajax42" 26th Sep
MrSwitch26/09/2019 16:07

Its fine, no problem. Bit above budget but the mi 9t pro from Xiaomi uk or …Its fine, no problem. Bit above budget but the mi 9t pro from Xiaomi uk or amazon ticks all your boxes for £399.Or if you're OK with O2 refresh you can get the mate 30 Pro for dirt cheap, probably the two best choices currently in my opinion.


Mate 20 do you mean? And not dual sim from. 02?
sm026/09/2019 19:30

Mate 20 do you mean? And not dual sim from. 02?


Yeah sorry, typing error.
They just dropped the 7T, cant believe how quick they are putting out phones now.
burns9426/09/2019 19:59

They just dropped the 7T, cant believe how quick they are putting out …They just dropped the 7T, cant believe how quick they are putting out phones now.


Looks good, reduced price as well.
NicotineBaby26/09/2019 17:12

Do you consider tobydeals.co.uk a trustworthy seller? They've got it for …Do you consider tobydeals.co.uk a trustworthy seller? They've got it for £284.99 for the 6/64


Any concerns I should have with this as far as you’re aware or is the international version the same as the UK version available on Amazon for £100 more?
MrSwitch26/09/2019 20:03

Looks good, reduced price as well.


And can’t wait for you to start posting deals for it so I can bite and replace my 5T
colonelblighty26/09/2019 20:24

And can’t wait for you to start posting deals for it so I can bite and r …And can’t wait for you to start posting deals for it so I can bite and replace my 5T


90hz screen on the cheaper version is a good move.
MrSwitch26/09/2019 17:16

I would yeah. They aren't currently allowed on hukd though.


Without getting you into trouble is there any difference in buying from these people compared to Amazon or Xiaomi direct (ie is it the same phone/warranty etc)? I’m just confused/concerned as to the big price difference.
NEEZERNEE26/09/2019 20:44

Without getting you into trouble is there any difference in buying from …Without getting you into trouble is there any difference in buying from these people compared to Amazon or Xiaomi direct (ie is it the same phone/warranty etc)? I’m just confused/concerned as to the big price difference.


No, you don't get any kind of noteworthy warranty buying from the likes of Toby deal.
MrSwitch27/09/2019 05:25

No, you don't get any kind of noteworthy warranty buying from the likes of …No, you don't get any kind of noteworthy warranty buying from the likes of Toby deal.


Damn, I figured it was too good to be true. Thanks.
interesting deal
The red version of this phone is stunning, how does the camera on this compare to the Huawei mate 20 pro or X??
tranceazure27/09/2019 23:07

The red version of this phone is stunning, how does the camera on this …The red version of this phone is stunning, how does the camera on this compare to the Huawei mate 20 pro or X??


Apparently it doesn't really.
So three choices for around the 300 mark, one plus 7 xiaomi mi9 and xiaomi mi9t pro, which is the best??
tranceazure28/09/2019 16:01

So three choices for around the 300 mark, one plus 7 xiaomi mi9 and xiaomi …So three choices for around the 300 mark, one plus 7 xiaomi mi9 and xiaomi mi9t pro, which is the best??


Best? All similar, you just have to weigh up certain things that are good for you

Speed & longevity - oneplus
Battery life & uniqueness - mi 9t pro
Overall better camera - Mi 9
MrSwitch28/09/2019 16:02

Best? All similar, you just have to weigh up certain things that are good …Best? All similar, you just have to weigh up certain things that are good for youSpeed & longevity - oneplusBattery life & uniqueness - mi 9t proOverall better camera - Mi 9


You would think the oneplus 7 would have the better main camera with it having ois and been brighter also. I can get the red one plus 7 for 315 with 256 storage, need a phone for my son for Xmas.
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