Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S 5.99" 4G LTE 6GB 64GB Smartphone Official Global Version £395 @ geekbuying
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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S 5.99" 4G LTE 6GB 64GB Smartphone Official Global Version £395 @ geekbuying

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Found 11th May
Pay in USD or EUR using a fee free card such as Starling or Revolut and use code KIMOVIL2S and it should work out to about £395.

5.99 inch 2160×1080 Pixel FHD+ screen

CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Octa core, 2.8GHz, GPU: Adreno 630

MIUI 9 (Base on Android 8.0OS), 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM

Dual Nano SIM card dual standby(Both SIM slots are compatible with 4G, respectively. When they work at the same time, only one of them can receive LTE service and the other WCDMA )

Support FDD LTE/4G+/3G/GPS/dual band Wifi/Bluetooth/Miracast/OTG/Type-C/ultrasonic fingerprint ID/NFC

Networking:

2G GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8, CDMA BC0/BC1/BC10

3G WCDMA: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B6/B8/B9/B19, TD-SCDMA: B34/B39

4G FDD-LTE: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B12/B13/B17/B18/B19/B20/B25/B26/B27/B28/B29/B30, TD-LTE: B34/B38/B39/B40/B41
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gubro2 m ago

Let me help Sam of London out: this phone has b20 indeed!


Let me help Sam of London out too, Sam of London you need to get a life.
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Great deal, combine this with a 10-15pm SIM and you have a Snapdragon 845 phone and anywhere from 4-10GB data for about £750, much less than most flagship contracts!
However voted hot for the price, but again not for the seller. Geekbuying?
I think this is first time the 2S has gone sub-£400 isn't it? Heat added
This looks like a really good phone from the specifications!
Android p beta access too
Dropped my Honor View 10 today and completely destroyed it. Bought this to repace it as the view 10 price is higher than I paid 3 months ago. resellerratings.com/sto…ing Seems they get very very good reviews as a reseller.
Snapdragon 845, Android P Beta, 97 DXO Mark, Unique Design, Popular in ROMs and Mods..... What's not to like?
Let me help Sam of London out: this phone has b20 indeed!
gubro2 m ago

Let me help Sam of London out: this phone has b20 indeed!


Let me help Sam of London out too, Sam of London you need to get a life.
He is now obsessed with the p20 pro.
gubro5 m ago

He is now obsessed with the p20 pro.


He is obsessed with negativity. Mainly his.
Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. In UK Three will be selling Xiaomi. So no need to buy from China without warranty .

techradar.com/new…ket
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 11th May
sam_of_london44 s ago

Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. …Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. In UK Three will be selling Xiaomi


Hi Sam
Mrswitch50 m ago

He is obsessed with negativity. Mainly his.


To speak the truth is not a crime . Caveat Emptor. I have nothing against Xiaomi to be honest. Earlier their phones did not support Band 20 . Now most of them do .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 11th May
sam_of_london1 m ago

To speak the truth is not a crime . Caveat Emptor


Shhussh
sam_of_london20 m ago

Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. …Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. In UK Three will be selling Xiaomi. So no need to buy from China without warranty .https://www.techradar.com/news/can-three-help-xiaomi-crack-the-uk-smartphone-market


To be honest, unless the price difference was quite small, I'll still buy from China.
sam_of_london30 m ago

Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. …Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. In UK Three will be selling Xiaomi. So no need to buy from China without warranty .https://www.techradar.com/news/can-three-help-xiaomi-crack-the-uk-smartphone-market


Yeah, I can pretty much guess the level of pricing.
The bundle with a fitband which was posted on here recently works out at £403 after 5% TCB and sellers $5 coupon on AliExpress for anyone worried about using Geekbuying.
escortboy2 m ago

The bundle with a fitband which was posted on here recently works out at …The bundle with a fitband which was posted on here recently works out at £403 after 5% TCB and sellers $5 coupon on AliExpress for anyone worried about using Geekbuying.


Was that my deal? Because it went cold, maybe people saw that it was over £400 and voted cold.
Mrswitch4 m ago

Was that my deal? Because it went cold, maybe people saw that it was over …Was that my deal? Because it went cold, maybe people saw that it was over £400 and voted cold.


Yes mate, don't know why it went cold either when this is being voted hot for being £8 cheaper but not getting the band.
escortboy1 m ago

Yes mate, don't know why it went cold either when this is being voted hot …Yes mate, don't know why it went cold either when this is being voted hot for being £8 cheaper but not getting the band.


HUKD is a weird site, but onward and upward.
I think folks concentrate too much on the undoubted virtues of the phone and the seemingly good price rather than the appalling reputation of the seller , If its still a good deal after import duties have been factored in ? then is it still a good deal with non existent customer service ,no EU warranty and no way of returning ? Just asking
I saw the phone in real at one of the xiaomi's flagship store when i had a trip to China this Easter holiday, it was absolutely beautiful. one of the best looking phone i have ever seen so far. it has insufficient stock in China from release to now, basically you have to pay quite an extra on top of the official price to grab one. I don't know how geekbuying managed to get them, especially at the price of only about £10 more than the official's.
sam_of_london1 h, 11 m ago

Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. …Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. In UK Three will be selling Xiaomi. So no need to buy from China without warranty .https://www.techradar.com/news/can-three-help-xiaomi-crack-the-uk-smartphone-market


Yeah but by the time they come to the UK Xiaomi phones will be definitely be more expensive to buy! Just as Huawei, look how expensive their phones have become!
Btw heat added great price for a top class phone. Would put the Samsung s9 and other flagships to shame. Also I have the Sharp aquos S2 and what an amazing phone for what I paid I can't recommend it enough!
I presume that if using Starling or Revolut etc as suggested by OP any S75 or Paypal protection is not applicable . Good luck all you "hot" voters , you are relying on the seller
crazy_kalz38 m ago

Yeah but by the time they come to the UK Xiaomi phones will be definitely …Yeah but by the time they come to the UK Xiaomi phones will be definitely be more expensive to buy! Just as Huawei, look how expensive their phones have become!


Yes they will definitely be more expensive to buy but they will still be cheaper than the likes of Google, Samsung, Sony etc. and will have full UK warrant and be available in store instantly. Something some people will prefer to pay a premium for. Hopefully when they do release the phones here they will have to good offers as they will be wanting to get alot of handsets out into the market.
Edited by: "malky39" 11th May
Add 20%. Dont even think you wont be adding 20% Tax.
Also, the phone has no come back. A faulty phone from these Geekbuying muppets has given me 7 months of pain and cost me double what Amazon would have charged me. All because I wanted to save pennies.
You may as well send your money to a man telling you that you've won the lottery and you must send in £500 to claim.
If you want to test Geekbuying, I dare you to send them an email asking any questions. There will be no response for a week and they will come back with broken Google translated English.
You have been warned.
Why does this review say that Google Pay doesn't work on this phone? That is a deal breaker.
SabreRat25 m ago

Add 20%. Dont even think you wont be adding 20% Tax.Also, the phone has no …Add 20%. Dont even think you wont be adding 20% Tax.Also, the phone has no come back. A faulty phone from these Geekbuying muppets has given me 7 months of pain and cost me double what Amazon would have charged me. All because I wanted to save pennies.You may as well send your money to a man telling you that you've won the lottery and you must send in £500 to claim.If you want to test Geekbuying, I dare you to send them an email asking any questions. There will be no response for a week and they will come back with broken Google translated English.You have been warned.


But the chances are you wont get stopped by customs so wont have to pay 20%
lidds33 m ago

But the chances are you wont get stopped by customs so wont have to pay 20%


I have personally used china 10 times in the past 18 months. If products worth a fiver - no issues. If the product is worth more than £20 (I assume you're gonna insure the delivery so they'll find out) it will cost every time. No 11 Downing Street knows about China and how much we buy from there... it will take its share. Every delivery company, by law, has to check. Otherwise it will incur penalties.
SabreRat32 m ago

I have personally used china 10 times in the past 18 months. If products …I have personally used china 10 times in the past 18 months. If products worth a fiver - no issues. If the product is worth more than £20 (I assume you're gonna insure the delivery so they'll find out) it will cost every time. No 11 Downing Street knows about China and how much we buy from there... it will take its share. Every delivery company, by law, has to check. Otherwise it will incur penalties.


That's where you went wrong, paying for upgraded delivery rather than the standard free delivery, which more often than not isn't checked = nothing extra to pay
The coupon doesn't work any more: "This coupon code has ultimately reached the limitation usage times."
bozo0073 h, 3 m ago

Why does this review say that Google Pay doesn't work on this phone? That …Why does this review say that Google Pay doesn't work on this phone? That is a deal breaker.


It will have been a developer rom, so that all features are available for review. This is the global version, so the software will be signed and will pass safetynet. Google Pay will work fine.
Mrswitch11 h, 36 m ago

Let me help Sam of London out too, Sam of London you need to get a life.


That's terrible! After all his objective and constructive comments that he posts?
sam_of_london11 h, 32 m ago

Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. …Xiaomi has already started selling in Spain. Italy and Ireland very soon. In UK Three will be selling Xiaomi. So no need to buy from China without warranty .https://www.techradar.com/news/can-three-help-xiaomi-crack-the-uk-smartphone-market


I live in Madrid. They are selling the MI mix 2 for €399 in their stores so I bought the 2s for €449 from China. Seemed like a no brainer. Why would I pay €400 for the old model when the new one is only €50 more. You can't even buy the 2s in their stores in Madrid yet.
Edited by: "MysticalUndies" 12th May
badboyofrock7 h, 47 m ago

It will have been a developer rom, so that all features are available for …It will have been a developer rom, so that all features are available for review. This is the global version, so the software will be signed and will pass safetynet. Google Pay will work fine.


One other review said it still didn't work.....but then they realised that apps can have access to the NFC toggled on and off apparently.

I'm very tempted but lack of warranty and the nagging feeling that 3 might start selling for not much more (yeah, some chance!) stops me.
lidds13 h, 54 m ago

That's where you went wrong, paying for upgraded delivery rather than the …That's where you went wrong, paying for upgraded delivery rather than the standard free delivery, which more often than not isn't checked = nothing extra to pay


I'm sorry that is not true either. 3 weeks ago, I ordered a phone. £80. Snail mail 2 month shipping. The local courier wouldnt sent the product out until the fee was paid. £17 or something.

Anyway, you try it - all orders above £20 have resulted on a local tax. From my experience, getting a product tax free is a rarity.
johnnystorm6 h, 7 m ago

One other review said it still didn't work.....but then they realised that …One other review said it still didn't work.....but then they realised that apps can have access to the NFC toggled on and off apparently. I'm very tempted but lack of warranty and the nagging feeling that 3 might start selling for not much more (yeah, some chance!) stops me.


That would do it. I have Mi Note 3 and Google Pay works flawlessly, and it worked on the Mi5 I had before, so I see no reason this wouldn't work.

I can't see 3 selling the full range, as some lack one of their 4G bands, but this has them all so is probably a contender. Price however is a different thing, and I imagine I'll still be buying from China. Hope not though, as it would be a lot more convenient to buy on the High Street, especially if it was the same money or maybe a little more.
SabreRat4 h, 49 m ago

I'm sorry that is not true either. 3 weeks ago, I ordered a phone. £80. …I'm sorry that is not true either. 3 weeks ago, I ordered a phone. £80. Snail mail 2 month shipping. The local courier wouldnt sent the product out until the fee was paid. £17 or something. Anyway, you try it - all orders above £20 have resulted on a local tax. From my experience, getting a product tax free is a rarity.



I assume you paid for insurance as it was over your £20 threshold? In which case they may use a different courier to their usual free one

I have tried it loads of times. Only time I ever had to pay was when I' upgraded my delivery'
Check out the other thread for similar deals, seems like your in the minority for getting charged
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