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Posted 18 May 2023

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 128GB 5G Used Smartphone £185 / 256GB £195 | Xiaomi Mi 10 256GB £185 | Xiaomi 12T 128GB £285 + More In Description @ CeX

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All Xiaomi below, and all definite alternatives to the more budget friendly new condition phone you can buy currently, I'd prefer a more powerful phone than a budget new phone, but you must take into account the older phones below have all but lost support in the way of updates etc. also take into account that these are all graded B, whereby they generally come as a good condition phone, with third party accessories

Anyway, enough of my mouth, deals below on some solid devices former flagships

Xiaomi Mi 10T (8GB+128GB) Black, Unlocked B - £155

Xiaomi Mi 10 5G (8GB+256GB) Twilight Grey, Unlocked B - £185

Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro 128GB Phantom White, Unlocked B - £185

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro (8GB+256GB) Cosmic Black, Unlocked B - £195

Xiaomi 11T Pro (8GB+128GB) Meteorite Gray, Unlocked B - £215

Xiaomi 12T (8GB+128GB) Black, Unlocked B - £285

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro (8GB+128GB) Lunar Silver, Unlocked B - £185

108MP ultra-clear flagship camera
Cool shots with exquisite details near and far.

Create movie-quality content
7680 × 4320 ultra high resolution. Take 33MP photos straight from 8K video.

Enjoy the unprecedented smoothness
The Mi 10T Pro features Xiaomi's highest refresh rate screen, 144Hz ultra-high refresh rate can show up to 144 frames per second. The seamless screen transitions will reduce eye discomfort and dizziness especially when playing games or quickly scrolling through content.

MEMC Technology
Improves fluidity of low frame rate content to clearly display quick movements The algorithm can accurately recognize motion trajectories, and naturally inserts compensation frames in low-frame-rate content such as movies, TV series or sports games, increasing the frame rate up to 60fps, effectively reducing blurriness and flickering.

6.67" FHD+ DotDisplay
Detailed and clear display, real-world vividness. Adopting the film industry standard to provide a much wider gamut of colours compared to sRGB, bringing true-to-life visual experience. Adopting industry-leading colour management technology, the screen is adjusted frame by frame, which greatly improves the colour accuracy.

About this item
  • Display: 6.67 ", 1080 x 2400 pixels
  • Processor: Snapdragon 865 2.84GHz
  • Camera: Triple, 108MP + 13MP + 5MP
  • Battery: 5000 mAh

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  1. chrisbluebird's avatar
    I've had the Mi 10T pro almost since launch.. must be 2.5 years ago now.. I keep thinking I need to change it for something else but can't find anything worth spending money on. This does everything I need it to. I've never killed the battery in a day either. I bought a Pixel 6 and ended up returning it and coming back to this.
    kwasny2000's avatar
    Done exactly the same but end up using Pixel 6 as Xiaomi developed front camera problem, still keep it as a backup and loved the manual camera on Xiaomi
  2. MrWani's avatar
    Had the 10T Pro since launch and loving it.. can't see any reason to upgrade. Wife's also got the F2 pro. Both great phones.
    John_Dickaty's avatar
    100% agree it's a fantastic piece of kit still going strong after 2+ years !!
  3. jonmc1980's avatar
    I owned a Poco F2 Pro which developed a common charging fault which was fixed as it was still within its warranty period (just). I bought a Mi 10 5G whilst it was away being fixed. I'd highly recommend the Mi 10 as it's still my current phone and I much prefer if to the F2. If you buy a Poco F2 then unless it's been fixed already you may end up with an expensive repair bill.
    amour3k's avatar
    A few Year's back I had the Poco F1, via a certain deal by the OP at the time.

    And I had it for more then 1.5 Year's, until it's PCB shorted out (in some way), via a dodgy wall socket connection, while I was elsewhere with it. :-(

    It was outside of it's warranty thing at the time, so had to can it - unfortunately. :-(

    Never had any loose charging port 'issues' via the phone itself mind (for the time I owned it, that is).

    So, I'm curious, what charging issues with it's charging port are prevalent on it, etc? - as I've heard 1 or 2 other people making mention of the same too in the past.

    But I obviously didn't ask at the time, but I'm asking now though, regardless. :-)

  4. innocent's avatar
    I am busy today but gotta give the deal HEAT 🔥
  5. Rolefitleader's avatar
    Hi, bought this phone at launch and still going strong
    chrisjlocke's avatar
    You're still going strong, or the phone? Hope the former...
  6. TamasMeszaros's avatar
    This photo I have...9 months old and worth: 35 pound..useless ,crap phone...like brand new and ONLY 35 POUNDS..This is everywhere is a same after when you buy this big crap phone..do not waste your money !!!!!!!!
    Scrouge1953's avatar
    That doesn't make any sense at all.
  7. gillj's avatar
    I've owned a Mi 10 for the past 18 months, another Mr Switch bargain. Initially I had a problem with it but it turned out that my case was causing issues with the curved display. Changed case and its been brilliant ever since. I love it and it will have to be something very special for me to want to upgrade. (edited)
  8. chris_clark's avatar
    Poco f2 pro got a security patch the other week. On miui 14 now with android 12. Shame mines broken just ordered the oppo find x5 from your other deal.
    MrSwitch's avatar
    MrSwitch Author
    Nice choice
  9. taiko.786's avatar
    hows the camera the mi 10t pro lads ? (edited)
    dan.theman's avatar
    Can't woman own these phones any longer ?
  10. tranceazure's avatar
    Bought an Xiaomi mi 11 lite 5g off eBay the Snapdragon 780g one and only paid 100 for it in decent condition and the battery life is excellent getting about eight hours screen time,the camera is very average though.
  11. madridpaid_the_referee's avatar
    How does the Xiaomi Mi 10 pro compare to the Huawei P30 pro.

    I still have my Huawei and can't find anything that is worth it.
    chrisjlocke's avatar
  12. Dan_H3JL's avatar
    What’s the best NEW android phone at the £200 price point? Looking for something that will see the child through a couple of years & take a decent photo.
    thelukeburnett's avatar
    Xiaomi Redmi Note 12.
  13. morty's avatar
    I wouldn't buy anything from CEX.

    SO many negative experiences plus I don't like the way they do business.

    When it comes to these phones as well the batteries would have taken a hammering a fair few of the models listed are 3 years if not more old which puts it in the range of battery needs replacing.

    Warranties are worthless with this company as well outside of 30 days.

    I don't believe the prices are value either when you think of some of these phones could have been purchased originally for not much more when new and cex are buying these cheap then marking price up close to 200% putting it close to original new retail price.
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