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Xiaomi Mi 9 SE 6GB/128GB Dual Sim - Blue £254.99 @ Eglobal Central
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Xiaomi Mi 9 SE 6GB/128GB Dual Sim - Blue £254.99 @ Eglobal Central

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Posted 9th May
3227431.jpgXiaomi Mi 9 SE comes with a 5.97-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2340 pixels. Xiaomi Mi 9 SEi is powered by Snapdragon 712 processor and it comes with 6GB of RAM. The phone packs 128GB of internal storage. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE packs a 48 + 13 + 8 megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 20-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

Xiaomi Mi 9 SE runs Android 9.0 and is powered by a 3070mAh non removable battery. It measures 147.5 x 70.5 x 7.5 mm and weighs 155 grams.


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How is the camera compare to mate 20 pro ???
Is a European version of this phone coming?
Thanks for posting these deals. I'm still holding on for the Honor Play or Honor 10 to fall in price before I take a leap. I have to say the Xiaomi deals I've seen are appealing...
ssjinzo09/05/2019 12:01

Is a European version of this phone coming?


Its available on amazon Spain
ssjinzo09/05/2019 12:01

Is a European version of this phone coming?


This is what I want to know also
MrSwitch09/05/2019 12:04

Nowhere near it at a guess


Not many flagships are as good camera wise either
99iainb09/05/2019 15:08

here's my experience with …here's my experience with eglobalhttps://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337


Doing the rounds?
Cold poor cpu for this price, buy Snapdragon 845 or higher.
sam_of_london09/05/2019 16:40

Cold poor cpu for this price, buy Snapdragon 845 or higher.


If everyone lived in Sam's world (scary thought right there) everyone would have no less than the current gen flagship processor, , and everyone would be buying a pocophone if they couldn't afford those, correct?
MrSwitch09/05/2019 16:43

If everyone lived in Sam's world (scary thought right there) everyone …If everyone lived in Sam's world (scary thought right there) everyone would have no less than the current gen flagship processor, , and everyone would be buying a pocophone if they couldn't afford those, correct?


...and everyone would still be living in caves, waiting for someone to invent happiness
99iainb09/05/2019 15:08

here's my experience with …here's my experience with eglobalhttps://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337


So did you get it back?
Its a cracking phone however cant please everyone. I just wouldn't trust this website. There are way too many horror stories from it. Best off paying a bit more from a UK seller on ebay. I was tempted until I did some research on them and wont be placing an order.
Its also cheaper on TobyDealsUk (which is based in Hongkong. Pays your money you take a chance I guess. Better reviews but still makes me nerveous
Horrorwood09/05/2019 17:06

So did you get it back?


Nope... They refused to send it back so I had to accept vouchers to spend on their website on stuff I didn't want that I then had to sell on eBay at a loss to try and minimise my losses
99iainb09/05/2019 19:03

Nope... They refused to send it back so I had to accept vouchers to spend …Nope... They refused to send it back so I had to accept vouchers to spend on their website on stuff I didn't want that I then had to sell on eBay at a loss to try and minimise my losses


Well to be fair that is their policy, UK law isn't going to matter to them.

I once had a customer in Australia threaten me with Australian law, it made no sense because Australian law doesn't apply to us in the UK.

They didn't have to give you the voucher even, they could have literally told you to get stuffed, then you'd have to fly to Hong Kong to try to get it resolved I guess..
99iainb09/05/2019 19:03

Nope... They refused to send it back so I had to accept vouchers to spend …Nope... They refused to send it back so I had to accept vouchers to spend on their website on stuff I didn't want that I then had to sell on eBay at a loss to try and minimise my losses


Thanks for the heads up. I'll have to make sure I don't purchase anything from eglobal.
Horrorwood09/05/2019 21:17

Well to be fair that is their policy, UK law isn't going to matter to …Well to be fair that is their policy, UK law isn't going to matter to them.I once had a customer in Australia threaten me with Australian law, it made no sense because Australian law doesn't apply to us in the UK.They didn't have to give you the voucher even, they could have literally told you to get stuffed, then you'd have to fly to Hong Kong to try to get it resolved I guess..


Daft thing was I was in HK at the time the phone went wrong but I thought they were a UK company like their name suggests. Fair would have been to have replaced the phone, which they wouldn't do, fair would have been to have returned the phone to me so I could send it to Samsung to repair... I wanted the phone I paid for not some other junk they sell on their website
99iainb10/05/2019 00:27

Daft thing was I was in HK at the time the phone went wrong but I thought …Daft thing was I was in HK at the time the phone went wrong but I thought they were a UK company like their name suggests. Fair would have been to have replaced the phone, which they wouldn't do, fair would have been to have returned the phone to me so I could send it to Samsung to repair... I wanted the phone I paid for not some other junk they sell on their website


Yep I agree we are in the UK/EU, our consumer laws are ahead of anywhere I know.

The USA for example is massively behind too. The Xbox elite controller (at £120!) has just 90 days warranty in the USA, which almost seems like a joke.

Maybe this is also why things cost more here too.

So I guess my point is if you pay these countries cheaper prices then expect their service too. Personally I would do it as overall the savings make it worthwhile imho.
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