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Oneplus 7 Pro 128GB/6GB Smartphone Refurbished Very Good Condition £417.95 @ Limetropic Ebay
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Oneplus 7 Pro 128GB/6GB Smartphone Refurbished Very Good Condition £417.95 @ Limetropic Ebay

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Posted 1st Dec

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Was unsure on this to be honest, as I know they've been cheaper, but thought I'd post anyway, maybe you're after a cheap op7pro in great condition, for a reasonable price, and a uk supplier.
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  • The OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a 16MP motorized pop-up camera and a 6.7” OLED display with a resolution of 1440 by 3120 pixels with a smooth 90Hz refresh rate. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6,8, or 12GB of RAM. The triple camera setup at the back consists of a main 48MP camera aided by 8MP telephoto and 16MP ultra-wide snappers. There is 128 or 256GB of non-expandable native storage and a 4,000mAh battery supporting OnePlus’ Warp/Dash Charge. There’s no headphone jack and no wireless charging. OnePlus has introduced a new haptic vibration engine, which allows for better feedback when the user interacts with the interface. The device is available in three colors--Mirror gray, Nebula blue and Almond.


As well as a great value phone you will also receive the following:


FREE 12 Months Warranty
FREE USB Charging Cable
FREE UK EXPRESS NEXT DAY DELIVERY*
FREE International Delivery Options**
Same Day Dispatch for all orders received and paid for before 4 pm (Mon to Fri)
60 Days Returns***
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Your on fire this afternoon mr switch
With it being 128gb is this the 6gb ram version?
bagga21201/12/2019 16:50

Your on fire this afternoon mr switch


Still unsure in this tbh.
mashcogs01/12/2019 16:53

With it being 128gb is this the 6gb ram version?


Yeah, it will be bud
Thanks op
Just ordered the op7t pro from wanada for £558 ( first time using ) listened to the advice and used PayPal for the payment fingers crossed that everything goes well.
Smartfone store also have some grade a ones if anyone is interested

smartfonestore.com/bro…lus
Edited by: "bubs83" 1st Dec
Out of interest. What’s the cheapest the OnePlus 7 pro 8gb has ever been?
louiearch930901/12/2019 19:33

Out of interest. What’s the cheapest the OnePlus 7 pro 8gb has ever been?


New, used?
louiearch930901/12/2019 19:45

New, then used pristine/very good etc




From what I've seen..

New £450 from gearbest or eglobal
And the rest have varied that much that I honestly don't know tbh.

The 7 pro did dip under £400 at one point, but I can't remember the grade.
MrSwitch01/12/2019 19:48

From what I've seen.. New £450 from gearbest or … From what I've seen.. New £450 from gearbest or eglobalAnd the rest have varied that much that I honestly don't know tbh. The 7 pro did dip under £400 at one point, but I can't remember the grade.



I have my OnePlus 7 now from deal you posted off amazon, I got the very good grade for £360 off warehouse. It’s come mint, box looked like they’d been playing Keepie uppie in the warehouse with it. But I’m real happy, it’s a similar feeling like when I go back to my iPhone 4 from 6s. The OnePlus 7 makes it feel comparable to that. It does feel abit of monster size though.
louiearch930901/12/2019 19:56

I have my OnePlus 7 now from deal you posted off amazon, I got the very …I have my OnePlus 7 now from deal you posted off amazon, I got the very good grade for £360 off warehouse. It’s come mint, box looked like they’d been playing Keepie uppie in the warehouse with it. But I’m real happy, it’s a similar feeling like when I go back to my iPhone 4 from 6s. The OnePlus 7 makes it feel comparable to that. It does feel abit of monster size though.


Try the op7 pro for real monster size
MrSwitch01/12/2019 19:48

From what I've seen.. New £450 from gearbest or … From what I've seen.. New £450 from gearbest or eglobalAnd the rest have varied that much that I honestly don't know tbh. The 7 pro did dip under £400 at one point, but I can't remember the grade.


Got one for £340 off eBay with the 20% off code - 'Grade B' from stock must go but was absolutely pristine.
louiearch930901/12/2019 19:45

New, then used pristine/very good etc


Got one for £340 off eBay - said grade b, but was pristine from 'stock must go'. Was with 15 or 20% off eBay code at the time I think.
£417.95 with code PICKME5
Have anyone bought from them before? It's very good condition...very good? lol

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Bardak02/12/2019 17:39

£417.95 with code PICKME5 Have anyone bought from them before? It's …£417.95 with code PICKME5 Have anyone bought from them before? It's very good condition...very good? lol[Image]


Edited, tvm.
Been hunting a good deal on the pro, but then thought maybe the flat screen of the Oneplus 7t would be better.

Unsure if getting a CN version (though can get 56gb for£410) is a wise choice or not.

Seeing the prro at this price makes me wonder if getting just the 7t fr £549 off Oneplus website is the smartest move or not.

How are people finding the photos on these? I'm coming from a Galaxy S6
Brilliant deal. Thanks OP
How does this compare to the P30 Pro?
GGMI02/12/2019 17:58

How does this compare to the P30 Pro?


I'm also in two minds if buying this one or the P30 Pro (which I think have the best camera in the market atm)
GGMI02/12/2019 17:58

How does this compare to the P30 Pro?


Nothing beats the One Plus when it comes to the screen. Once you try that amoled at 90hz, believe me, it's hard to go back.
Problem with Huawey it's EMUI (the interface). It's full of bloatware and really holds back the hardware's potential. Oneplus and it's oxygen OS is probably the closest to stock android you'll get next to Google Pixel. Super fast and the 90hz of the screen just adds up to that super fast feeling. Its just great!
P30 pro shines on the camera side, especially the digital zoom, it'struly amazing. Night mode is supposed to be great as well, but I find my self liking the less saturated colours of the night shots done with the OP7 pro, although a little less detailed.

My advice: if you don't take too many night pictures and might not have use for zoom, just go OnePlus. I have done so, coming from a P20 Pro and don't regret it. But then again, I've always been a big fan of OnePlus, Huawey P20 Pro was my only non-Oneplus phone since the first OnePlus came out.
jaju12302/12/2019 10:37

Got one for £340 off eBay with the 20% off code - 'Grade B' from stock …Got one for £340 off eBay with the 20% off code - 'Grade B' from stock must go but was absolutely pristine.


That's an absolute bargain, damn. It feels so great when you get a refurbished product in a condition way better than you were even expecting

I got a s10 from cheapest_electrical for £295, grade B+ because it had a "damaged corner". Turns out it was just a tiny crack on the glass corner on the back, can't see it with a case on obviously and even without it it's hard to spot. Apart from that, pristine.

If the OP7 pro here is "very good" I'd probably go for it if I was looking for a new phone, though it being the 6gb model... :/ not so sure then
One of the best cameras available.
They ruined it with the curved screen in my opinion. Too much glare. From the oneplus forums...
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PESfan02/12/2019 18:08

Nothing beats the One Plus when it comes to the screen. Once you try that …Nothing beats the One Plus when it comes to the screen. Once you try that amoled at 90hz, believe me, it's hard to go back. Problem with Huawey it's EMUI (the interface). It's full of bloatware and really holds back the hardware's potential. Oneplus and it's oxygen OS is probably the closest to stock android you'll get next to Google Pixel. Super fast and the 90hz of the screen just adds up to that super fast feeling. Its just great!P30 pro shines on the camera side, especially the digital zoom, it'struly amazing. Night mode is supposed to be great as well, but I find my self liking the less saturated colours of the night shots done with the OP7 pro, although a little less detailed.My advice: if you don't take too many night pictures and might not have use for zoom, just go OnePlus. I have done so, coming from a P20 Pro and don't regret it. But then again, I've always been a big fan of OnePlus, Huawey P20 Pro was my only non-Oneplus phone since the first OnePlus came out.


I'm not over fussed about the screen tbh, as long as it isn't LCD, which it isn't. My priority is a good camera to take photos of my 3 month old baby, which is where I'm struggling to find the best option.
GGMI02/12/2019 18:46

I'm not over fussed about the screen tbh, as long as it isn't LCD, which …I'm not over fussed about the screen tbh, as long as it isn't LCD, which it isn't. My priority is a good camera to take photos of my 3 month old baby, which is where I'm struggling to find the best option.


Well, without knowing your budget, if you're not fussed about any of the specs of the phones and you will be mostly taking photos of a baby.....go with the Huawey P20 Pro! You'll probably save some money, and still have a spectacular camera phone to take photos of your baby!
Lol, sorry if I'm messing with your head!
I'd like to say, I have the 256gb version from China, absolutely amazing phone, easy to flash the EU Ron too.. I will get the v8 next year for sure. Camera is also very good I honestly cat find and negatives compared to other brands, maybe Huawei and apple have slightly better camera got with 90hz screen and no notches and super fast battery charging.. I love this company
I'd swap my Reno 10x in a heartbeat for a 7 pro
PESfan02/12/2019 19:00

Well, without knowing your budget, if you're not fussed about any of the …Well, without knowing your budget, if you're not fussed about any of the specs of the phones and you will be mostly taking photos of a baby.....go with the Huawey P20 Pro! You'll probably save some money, and still have a spectacular camera phone to take photos of your baby! Lol, sorry if I'm messing with your head!


Probably £400-500 max.
GGMI02/12/2019 20:53

Probably £400-500 max.


Still can't beat a proper camera if picture quality is your priority.
Is the OnePlus 7 Pro available in any stores? I'd like to get one, but I'd like to see it first as I'm concerned about how big it is. I'm currently using an S9
GGMI02/12/2019 20:53

Probably £400-500 max.


Well, I would say definitely go for the OnePlus 7 Pro if you can grab one under £500, like this deal. If you want to save a little, get the Huawey P20 Pro. But if you want to be really surprised by what under £400 can get you, look up the Xiaomi 9T Pro. That's were the real magic is!
Ross_Parker02/12/2019 21:08

Is the OnePlus 7 Pro available in any stores? I'd like to get one, but I'd …Is the OnePlus 7 Pro available in any stores? I'd like to get one, but I'd like to see it first as I'm concerned about how big it is. I'm currently using an S9


EE and Three sell it, so I would assume you would be able to test them in store.
PESfan02/12/2019 21:24

EE and Three sell it, so I would assume you would be able to test them in …EE and Three sell it, so I would assume you would be able to test them in store.


Torn between this and the P30 Pro for obvious reasons. Has anyone used the new EMUI 10 on Huawei? If so is it much of an improvement on 9.1?
dz102/12/2019 21:04

Still can't beat a proper camera if picture quality is your priority.


Obviously but not realistically going to carry a proper camera round with me everywhere to take photos.
What do you think of TechInTheBasket, @MrSwitch ? Some really good prices for this on there.
I'll be honest. I sometimes only look at listings that mrswitch has posted on for more expensive items on eBay because it will often lead to an eBay seller I didn't know about but need to add to my list. #sorrynotsorry
lch_8602/12/2019 22:49

What do you think of TechInTheBasket, @MrSwitch ? Some really good prices …What do you think of TechInTheBasket, @MrSwitch ? Some really good prices for this on there.


They are very much like eglobal, Toby deals and gearbest, if you are going to buy off techinthebasket, you may as well buy off an ebay seller called buybattery or something like that, that is techs eBay store. And offer the same kinds prices, but you'd be covered by ebay and PayPal
johnrchilds02/12/2019 23:32

I'll be honest. I sometimes only look at listings that mrswitch has …I'll be honest. I sometimes only look at listings that mrswitch has posted on for more expensive items on eBay because it will often lead to an eBay seller I didn't know about but need to add to my list. #sorrynotsorry


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