Ulefone Mix - £102.87 @ Gearbest
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Ulefone Mix - £102.87 @ Gearbest

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Found 1st Jan
Main Features:
Ulefone Mix 4G Phablet Android 7.0 5.5 inch Corning Gorilla Glass 3 Screen MTK6750T Octa Core 1.5GHz 4GB RAM 64GB ROM 13.0MP Rear Camera
● Display: 5.5 inch, 1280 x 720 Pixel screen
● CPU: MTK6750T Octa Core 1.5GHz
● System: Android 7.0
● RAM + ROM:4GB RAM + 64GB ROM
● Camera: 8.0MP ( SW 13.0MP ) front camera + 13.0MP + 0.3MP ( SW 5.0MP ) back cameras
● Sensor: Ambient Light Sensor, E-Compass, Gravity Sensor, Gyroscope
● SIM Card: dual SIM dual standby. 1 Micro SIM card + 1 Nano SIM card
● Feature: GPS
● Bluetooth:4.1
● Network:
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 800/900/1800/2100/2600MHz
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Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No warranty, impossible to return if faulty on receipt , and possible import duties and VAT .
OK for those who are aware and happy to take the gamble ,but to many its just an "approved by HUKD website " so those members don't realise they are taking a gamble .

Some members may just say "Its buyer beware" fair enough if that's the way you feel about the less savvy members of our community
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Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No warranty, impossible to return if faulty on receipt , and possible import duties and VAT .
OK for those who are aware and happy to take the gamble ,but to many its just an "approved by HUKD website " so those members don't realise they are taking a gamble .

Some members may just say "Its buyer beware" fair enough if that's the way you feel about the less savvy members of our community
Gearc rap again
rogparki20 m ago

Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No …Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No warranty, impossible to return if faulty on receipt , and possible import duties and VAT .OK for those who are aware and happy to take the gamble ,but to many its just an "approved by HUKD website " so those members don't realise they are taking a gamble .Some members may just say "Its buyer beware" fair enough if that's the way you feel about the less savvy members of our community


They don't need to warn anyone rog, you do it.
shadey128 m ago

They don't need to warn anyone rog, you do it.



Well if they did I wouldn't need to bother - would I ? Many folks on here just want to trawl for bargains , and don't give a "T*ss " about those less savvy than themselves . I've tried to do it the correct way -contacting Admin and suggesting a "Health Warning " be placed on all posts referring to Chinese sellers - sadly not even a reply

I've also read all the sob stories from members who assumed they had a warranty , didn't know about import duties etc . I care about fellow members - I doubt those who just trawl the so called "Hot Deals " even see those posts or give a hoot
Gearbest is in China no need to tell anyone
Buy from China as they are the best
rogparki16 m ago

Well if they did I wouldn't need to bother - would I ? Many folks on here …Well if they did I wouldn't need to bother - would I ? Many folks on here just want to trawl for bargains , and don't give a "T*ss " about those less savvy than themselves . I've tried to do it the correct way -contacting Admin and suggesting a "Health Warning " be placed on all posts referring to Chinese sellers - sadly not even a reply I've also read all the sob stories from members who assumed they had a warranty , didn't know about import duties etc . I care about fellow members - I doubt those who just trawl the so called "Hot Deals " even see those posts or give a hoot


I think the majority of the sob stories come from people who have joined hukd that day, slated gearbest (or any other company) never to be heard of again.
I don't personally know of anyone who has been charged at customs (myself included)
maxmax9 m ago

Gearbest is in China no need to tell anyone Buy from China as they are the …Gearbest is in China no need to tell anyone Buy from China as they are the best


I'm sure you realise that most stuff is made in China -strange the China made stuff sold in Europe has a warranty - but the China made stuff sold by Chinese sellers doesn't . Is that strange to you ? or are the Chinese sellers flogging seconds /rejects, items that have not gone through quality control? If not - why then no warranty ?
Edited by: "rogparki" 1st Jan
rogparki26 m ago

Well if they did I wouldn't need to bother - would I ? Many folks on here …Well if they did I wouldn't need to bother - would I ? Many folks on here just want to trawl for bargains , and don't give a "T*ss " about those less savvy than themselves . I've tried to do it the correct way -contacting Admin and suggesting a "Health Warning " be placed on all posts referring to Chinese sellers - sadly not even a reply I've also read all the sob stories from members who assumed they had a warranty , didn't know about import duties etc . I care about fellow members - I doubt those who just trawl the so called "Hot Deals " even see those posts or give a hoot


Hot air - blowing.
I actually think the idea of some kind of "Health Warning" on a deal from China is a really good idea. I know most regular members would pretty much automatically realise that Gearbest is a Chinese site and would probably understand the associated risks, but even attaching a chinese flag graphic to the deal title or automatically placing one in the corner of the picture would be a good idea.

Obviously it wouldn't account for those people who don't pay any attention to anything, but it's still a good idea.

Anyway, I ordered, and received, a Vernee M5 phone from Gearbest which is working very nicely at the moment and it's got an almost identical hardware spec to this and I had to pay an extra £20 quid in customs charges.

I was happy to do so as I wanted the phone, but that'll most likely apply here as well.
Just a thought but if you're signed up to GearBest (that most well known of CHINESE sellers!) then you can buy the Leagoo T5 (4GB/64GB version) for £90.77 (email price only).

The main advantage over the Mix is that you get a 1080p screen. The CPU is the same. This guy rather liked it...

rogparki1 h, 34 m ago

Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No …Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No warranty, impossible to return if faulty on receipt , and possible import duties and VAT...


Merchant delivery / warranty obligations are replicated in UK by UK credit card co when paying merchant directly via credit card for any item over £100. Negates a lot of the assumed risk associated with a foreign purchase. This S75 protection obligation should be included in any HUKD foreign purchase flag.
Cheaper at £99 via Geekbuying but under £100 won't qualify for UK-based S75 warranty etc. geekbuying.com/ite…tml Offer expires circa 3pm Tues 02 Jan 2018.
AndyRoyd51 m ago

Cheaper at £99 via Geekbuying but under £100 won't qualify for UK-based S …Cheaper at £99 via Geekbuying but under £100 won't qualify for UK-based S75 warranty etc. https://www.geekbuying.com/item/Ulefone-MIX-5-5-Inch-4GB-64GB-Smartphone-Blue-386943.html Offer expires circa 3pm Tues 02 Jan 2018.


So using your own rules your post is pointless.
Bilbo196821 m ago

So using your own rules your post is pointless.


I don't offer any rules. Some peeps may prefer alternative suppliers to GB, and / or have merchant credit / points burning holes in e-wallets and are OK with whatever merchant services are available, or the alternative 6m PayPal protection etc
Why custom charge not added to total price? Wrong deal!!! Goverment clearly says there is fees on import over 15 pounds.Its same like you take something unpaid in shop
Pretty decent phone for the price, for those interested full review here:
rogparki9 h, 41 m ago

Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No …Why do posters never tell members that this is from a Chinese seller ? No warranty, impossible to return if faulty on receipt , and possible import duties and VAT .OK for those who are aware and happy to take the gamble ,but to many its just an "approved by HUKD website " so those members don't realise they are taking a gamble .Some members may just say "Its buyer beware" fair enough if that's the way you feel about the less savvy members of our community


Why are you talking trash here? I got HTC U Ultra from eglobalcentral 2 months ago, no import tax. Discovered that the memory card slot is faulty, returned it to UK address from which they shipped it to China and after 5 weeks the phone came back fixed. Not to mention we're talking about a £100 phone here, that pretty much equals to a nice dinner for 2.
ricardasgudkovas13 h, 14 m ago

Why custom charge not added to total price? Wrong deal!!! Goverment …Why custom charge not added to total price? Wrong deal!!! Goverment clearly says there is fees on import over 15 pounds.Its same like you take something unpaid in shop


i have bought over 20 times from china, the latest arriving last week, my redmi note 4, i have never, ever paid custom duties on any item bought from ChIna, whatever the price of said item.
ricardasgudkovas21 h, 25 m ago

Why custom charge not added to total price? Wrong deal!!! Goverment …Why custom charge not added to total price? Wrong deal!!! Goverment clearly says there is fees on import over 15 pounds.Its same like you take something unpaid in shop


Import fees not added to deal price cos the buyer may forget to voluntarily pay any import fees after receipt of goods if the carrier forgets to collect it on goods' delivery.
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