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Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 64/6GB - Snapdragon 855 - 6,39" Amoled - 48MP/8MP/13MP - 4000mAh Battery £247 delivered @ Geekbuying
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Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 64/6GB - Snapdragon 855 - 6,39" Amoled - 48MP/8MP/13MP - 4000mAh Battery £247 delivered @ Geekbuying

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Posted 30th OctShipping from Hong Kong

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On Geekbuying you can currently get Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro for £247 incl. shipping. Shipping should be free from HK via standard shipping. Their could be import taxes. This is always a risk when buying from Asia. Nevertheless I think it's a great price. Next best price should be £267 on AliExpress.



Features:
  • 6.39-inch AMOLED screen (403ppi)
  • HDR display, TÜV Rheinland Low Blue light mode
  • Dual SIM dual standby
  • Face ID & In-screen fingerprint unlock
  • Memory: 6GB LPDDR4x RAM
  • Internal storage: 64GB UFS2.1 ROM
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Octa-core, 2.84GHz
  • Triple camera: 48MP + 13MP + 8MP / 20MP selfie camera
  • 4,000mAh battery, Supports 27W charging (packaging incl. 18W charger)
  • Source: CECT-Shop

Review:
"The Mi 9T Pro, or the Redmi K20 Pro depending on where you live, is another powerful yet affordable smartphone by Xiaomi. Should the company soon launch the Mi 9T Pro worldwide for around 400 Euros (~ £345) like third-party retailers are charging for the Redmi K20 Pro, then we would recommend that you consider if it if you are looking for a sub-GBP450 smartphone."
~ Notebookcheck (08/02/2019 - Based on price of £450)

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Anyone used the EU priority line shipping method? Wonder does it dodge customs
natlor30/10/2019 22:21

Anyone used the EU priority line shipping method? Wonder does it dodge …Anyone used the EU priority line shipping method? Wonder does it dodge customs


I used it on hundreds of orders tough but I can only talk about shipping to Germany. When shipping to Germany this is always the best choice to avoid any taxes. Maybe @MrSwitch has information about the situation when shipping to the UK.
Very tempting
Amazing value, but id be tempted by the gearbest deal for the 128gb version for £30 more.
Edited by: "sausages74" 31st Oct
natlor30/10/2019 22:21

Anyone used the EU priority line shipping method? Wonder does it dodge …Anyone used the EU priority line shipping method? Wonder does it dodge customs


EU priority line should be the only way to order from the Chinese shops.

In my experience it always prevents being hit by customs.

They actually ship it to an EU country with favourable import charges and then they re-ship it to the final destination where no further import charges can be applied.
Damn missed it. Think expired - shows as £297?
razo31/10/2019 08:47

Damn missed it. Think expired - shows as £297?


Yes, does one need to add the code? Where does one add the code?
bigpappa6931/10/2019 09:48

Yes, does one need to add the code? Where does one add the code?


Added the code, says limit reached, so deal seems expired.
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