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Pixel 4 64GB Unlocked (Black) Grade B with 2 years warranty - £380 delivered @ CeX
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Pixel 4 64GB Unlocked (Black) Grade B with 2 years warranty - £380 delivered @ CeX

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Posted 31st Jan

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3398932.jpgPixel 4 64GB Unlocked (Black) Grade B - £380 delivered at CeX

2 years warranty included

You can check if your local store has any in stock here, however it would be better to order online for this product so you can use the 14 days money back guarantee instead of the 2-days in-store


I have had several grade B items, mostly like new just without the box from CeX, however I have not ordered phones from CeX before

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So have you had Grade B items from CEX before or have you not? Description confusing. Voted hot!
Edited by: "Rebelutionary1" 31st Jan
Rebelutionary131/01/2020 21:48

So have you had Grade B items from CEX before or have you not? Description …So have you had Grade B items from CEX before or have you not? Description confusing. Voted hot!


Sorry what I meant by that is I have ordered grade B items from CeX which have mostly been like new, however the grade B items haven't been phones. Thanks for the heat
I really want to like this phone. I really do but it’s not a big enough step forward from the pixel 3.

Heat added for the price.
Edited by: "Monkey.nuts.2" 31st Jan
Monkey.nuts.231/01/2020 22:01

I really want to like this phone. I really do but it’s not a big enough s …I really want to like this phone. I really do but it’s not a big enough step forward from the pixel 3.Heat added for the price.


Thanks for the heat. I agree with you, losing the original quality photo uploads as an included feature was a bad move for example. Posted as it will benefit those who like / want the phone. I'm using a Pixel 3 at the moment and I'm probably just going to keep it until it starts to wear out, once warranty and support has ended (although Google sometimes honours "one off" replacements when the warranty has only just expired)
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 31st Jan
Can't wait for Pixel 4a!! 😄
Cold for me.
Google Phones are crap and this one has all the usual issues.
They need to give it up or ask for less money upfront.
realdeals01/02/2020 01:10

Cold for me. Google Phones are crap and this one has all the usual …Cold for me. Google Phones are crap and this one has all the usual issues.They need to give it up or ask for less money upfront.


I wouldn't say crap but they're definitely mid range at best. I'm on a 3XL. I love the camera but there's no other special features that make me feel I would consider the RRP of a Google phone. Gladly wait for them to hit the £300-400 range on LaptopsDirect or CEX.

Avoiding the 4 series though as the radar thing I'd just useless gimmick to me which took one of my favourite features of the 3XL - wide angle selfies for when with my wife and toddler or for those group photos at gatherings!
agentjont01/02/2020 07:06

I wouldn't say crap but they're definitely mid range at best. I'm on a …I wouldn't say crap but they're definitely mid range at best. I'm on a 3XL. I love the camera but there's no other special features that make me feel I would consider the RRP of a Google phone. Gladly wait for them to hit the £300-400 range on LaptopsDirect or CEX. Avoiding the 4 series though as the radar thing I'd just useless gimmick to me which took one of my favourite features of the 3XL - wide angle selfies for when with my wife and toddler or for those group photos at gatherings!


Wow you have shocked me with an overview not based owner bias but on the facts, respect for that. Most people these day seem to be totally incapable of being subjective.

The reason why say they are crap is because everyone has been laddened with hardware issues that have been resolved with software masks. This almost certainly means issue throughout the life of the device, as at some point someone will forget to add the patch on an update.

I don't know what it is Google are doing as this is not a new thing, you can go back to the Nexus line and find the same thing there.
It does makes me wonder which bin they are pulling their components from, as some devices were based on oems versions that never had the same issues.
At £300-400 used it may be worth punt to some, I have even considered taking a look but then deciding against it. As at the market prices at the time for me there are better options new.

The wide angle selfie was ok and saved you from turn the phone landscape to achive the same thing, but even that has been surpassed with Xiaomi bringing full body selfie on the MI9. ( hardly mentioned on Youtube)
The bulk of Pixel sales are in the US without those they would be like the company they bought, as far as phones are concerned.
Edited by: "realdeals" 1st Feb
andrewworrall131/01/2020 22:07

Thanks for the heat. I agree with you, losing the original quality photo …Thanks for the heat. I agree with you, losing the original quality photo uploads as an included feature was a bad move for example. Posted as it will benefit those who like / want the phone. I'm using a Pixel 3 at the moment and I'm probably just going to keep it until it starts to wear out, once warranty and support has ended (although Google sometimes honours "one off" replacements when the warranty has only just expired)


This times a million! I've stuck with Google pixel 2xl for this very reason and I'm finding it difficult to move on as I hated constantly backing up media
realdeals01/02/2020 12:20

Wow you have shocked me with an overview not based owner bias but on the …Wow you have shocked me with an overview not based owner bias but on the facts, respect for that. Most people these day seem to be totally incapable of being subjective. The reason why say they are crap is because everyone has been laddened with hardware issues that have been resolved with software masks. This almost certainly means issue throughout the life of the device, as at some point someone will forget to add the patch on an update. I don't know what it is Google are doing as this is not a new thing, you can go back to the Nexus line and find the same thing there. It does makes me wonder which bin they are pulling their components from, as some devices were based on oems versions that never had the same issues. At £300-400 used it may be worth punt to some, I have even considered taking a look but then deciding against it. As at the market prices at the time for me there are better options new. The wide angle selfie was ok and saved you from turn the phone landscape to achive the same thing, but even that has been surpassed with Xiaomi bringing full body selfie on the MI9. ( hardly mentioned on Youtube) The bulk of Pixel sales are in the US without those they would be like the company they bought, as far as phones are concerned.


Haha I appreciate the respect there. I've journeyed with iPhones for years then tried the P20 Pro then the Note 9 and settled on the Pixel 3XL because I realised all I really needed was a phone that lasts a day, decent screen and crisp front and back cameras. I just wasn't happy with the brands I worked through.
But yes I totally see the shortcomings, shortcomings and bad marketing that Google put with their phones.
I just can't hide from the fact their phones and market share surely should see them midrange at best. I almost find it rude they brought out a 3a and future 4a to almost force people to have to pay more for the premium version that comes out October time. I really don't like them as a company but their phone is pretty much what matched my needs and the camera I prefer over other brands.
They must sell respectable numbers in USA then and maybe some of the Asian markets to justify that they bring the October phones out at £700+. But I'll never give google that kind of money for their phones. It won't be long before some other manufacturers can get their cameras up to Google levels (as apple did but that is still a massively expensive phone!) And then maybe I'd swap to these midrange brands that are doing so well!
agentjont01/02/2020 15:37

Haha I appreciate the respect there. I've journeyed with iPhones for years …Haha I appreciate the respect there. I've journeyed with iPhones for years then tried the P20 Pro then the Note 9 and settled on the Pixel 3XL because I realised all I really needed was a phone that lasts a day, decent screen and crisp front and back cameras. I just wasn't happy with the brands I worked through. But yes I totally see the shortcomings, shortcomings and bad marketing that Google put with their phones. I just can't hide from the fact their phones and market share surely should see them midrange at best. I almost find it rude they brought out a 3a and future 4a to almost force people to have to pay more for the premium version that comes out October time. I really don't like them as a company but their phone is pretty much what matched my needs and the camera I prefer over other brands. They must sell respectable numbers in USA then and maybe some of the Asian markets to justify that they bring the October phones out at £700+. But I'll never give google that kind of money for their phones. It won't be long before some other manufacturers can get their cameras up to Google levels (as apple did but that is still a massively expensive phone!) And then maybe I'd swap to these midrange brands that are doing so well!




I just watched a video and TEAM PIXEL owners have special software that don't get OTA's, so they are now side loading updates to get onto retail software.
I guess all those camera reviews and speed tests can be thrown out the window as they were done on software that people actually never recieved . ( That sounds familiar, OP springs to mind with their mystery software that DxO tested.)

I have to say I don't rate the Pixel as the best camera, people always go on about stills like its the whole camera but it isn't. The Pixel has become a one trick pony producing high contrast heavily processed pictures and has been surpassed by several devices that offer a far better all-round packages. No 4k 60fps on video, no 4k on the front cam and other basic functions just isn't on at the price.

Great stills in certain scenario's yes, the best camera on a mobile phone? No. I would take the Note 10+ it the iPhone all day long over the Pixel, they offers a totally rounded package and the actual phone is miles better. The Pixel is constantly focused on update after update, you don't see that on any other device they all evolve but YouTube just doesn't show that.
Edited by: "realdeals" 2nd Feb
realdeals02/02/2020 00:15

I just watched a video and TEAM PIXEL owners have special software that …I just watched a video and TEAM PIXEL owners have special software that don't get OTA's, so they are now side loading updates to get onto retail software. I guess all those camera reviews and speed tests can be thrown out the window as they were done on software that people actually never recieved . ( That sounds familiar, OP springs to mind with their mystery software that DxO tested.) I have to say I don't rate the Pixel as the best camera, people always go on about stills like its the whole camera but it isn't. The Pixel has become a one trick pony producing high contrast heavily processed pictures and has been surpassed by several devices that offer a far better all-round packages. No 4k 60fps on video, no 4k on the front cam and other basic functions just isn't on at the price. Great stills in certain scenario's yes, the best camera on a mobile phone? No. I would take the Note 10+ it the iPhone all day long over the Pixel, they offers a totally rounded package and the actual phone is miles better. The Pixel is constantly focused on update after update, you don't see that on any other device they all evolve but YouTube just doesn't show that.


That's what is so great about tech now. You can get what features you want and fingers crossed at the respectable retail price.

For me I love the high contrast stills and the selfie cameras have the best sharpness I've come across. I found Samsung, iPhone and Hauwei trying to smooth faces repulsive to look at 4k means nothing to me. I like to game in 4k but I am far from expecting 4k photos and videos from my phone. I only ever view photos on my phone and at best print 50 a year when I actually remember to use the freephotos app! To me iPhones take the best videos by far. But I'm happy with what I'm getting for my money in the pixel.

But yes, each to their own. I'm very realistic about what my phone can and cannot do and what it does well and what it does badly but it's the phone that least annoys me personally. Only phone that almost took me was the One Plus 7 Pro and I was going to install G-Cam. But I looked at the dimensions and it was just too big

Realistically the perfect phone will never exist because each companies have their merits and best features and we can't shut them all down to make the ultimate phone as there will always be market competition and that's business.

Good bit of chatter about it though pal! Tech is great to chat about when people aren't totally biased! Have a good one!
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