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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G 128GB Global Version Black - £259.99 (With Code) @ eGlobal Central
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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G 128GB Global Version Black - £259.99 (With Code) @ eGlobal Central

£259.99£269.994%eGlobal Central Deals
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Refreshed 12th Nov 2019 (Posted 11th Nov 2019)

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£10 cheaper than before.

No customs or duty charges.

This is the 5G version of this phone, and will work with current UK 5G mobile networks.

The 5G version is single SIM, without wireless charging. It does however have a larger battery than the 4G version.

128GB version in black. Blue version now for £259.99 here.

Register for a free account and log in to use the MEMBER10 code.

Potential 2.02% extra off from topcashback.

- Snapdragon 855
- 6GB RAM
- 64GB storage
- 6.39 inches Super AMOLED, 1080 x 2340, 403 ppi
- Rear Camera: 12.0 + 12.0 MP
- Front Camera: 24.0 + 2.0 MP
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth 5.0
- 3800mAh

As usual with eGlobal items, expect a long wait for delivery, poor customer service and potential lack of warrant; although added benefit of no customs charges. Purchase with a credit card or PayPal for better security.
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Voted cold to counteract Sam's hot


Only joking man
I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the time I see 5G.
Voted hot
reddeviluk11/11/2019 20:23

I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the …I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the time I see 5G.


Hi neighbour!
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Voted hot
Voted cold to counteract Sam's hot


Only joking man
MEMBER10 Is a nice juicy £10 off code, nice spot, heat added!
I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the time I see 5G.
reddeviluk11/11/2019 20:23

I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the …I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the time I see 5G.


Hi neighbour!
There is a deal on here from Ali Express that's around £10 cheaper.
Good price, considering the price I saw at Dixons Travel. Over £600
Ridiculous.

Hot!
robert.spooner11/11/2019 20:30

There is a deal on here from Ali Express that's around £10 cheaper.


Risk of customs and duty charge with AliExpress. eGlobal handles all custom costs on their side. Of course there are other pros and cons to using eGlobal.
5G phone for less than £270! The world's gone mad I tell ya lol
coldsky11/11/2019 20:36

Risk of customs and duty charge with AliExpress. eGlobal handles all …Risk of customs and duty charge with AliExpress. eGlobal handles all custom costs on their side. Of course there are other pros and cons to using eGlobal.


Yeah I nearly pulled the trigger on the AliExpress deal but I've had issues with them and customs in the past. You do hear horror stories from EGlobal but so far, 4 orders in 2 years, I've not had an issue. Hopefully it's the same this time!
Eglobal sold us all the 64gb version of this for £292 and then immediately dropped the 128gb down to the same price.
Now as we are all (struggling to) selling them off they are dropping the price every other day.
Edited by: "yeahbutitsnotfree" 11th Nov 2019
Been waiting for this all day. Didn't want to go for the Ali express deal due to delivery time. Hot, thanks OP
ordered 5 days ago for £269 still says processing
That is alot of phone for not much money.
reddeviluk11/11/2019 20:23

I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the …I'd buy this just to try 5G, sadly, we'll all be flying hover cars by the time I see 5G.


Hover cars? GIMMIE!
I guess waiting is the price u pay for these fantastic prices
Indy00711/11/2019 21:15

ordered 5 days ago for £269 still says processing



That seems to be the main complaint with these sites, takes ages to ship and then a slow boat from China on top
Steal🔥💥🔥
Rumours Mix 4 should be out soon... some saying Nov 24th... rumours are rumours... Possible in new year.
Possible mix 3 value to drop.
Edited by: "AbuG" 12th Nov 2019
Does Google pay work on these phones i.e. grey imports?
lambelo12/11/2019 07:20

Does Google pay work on these phones i.e. grey imports?


In this case, yes. These are the Global/European version of this phone.
Been sat on the fence over choosing a phone for the last couple of months and wondered if anyone can help. My price point sits around £250-300.

Over the last few weeks I have been between Mi 9T Pro, Mi 9, Mi Mix 3, One Plus 7 and end up doing nothing as my mind keeps changing.

I currently am using (and have been for around 4 years) a OnePlus X, which has been great and lasted me this long with no fault, but will have to retire it soon due to problems with the charge port. I hear stories of lack of updates and bugs with the Xiaomi phones, but not sure if this is a few unfortunate outlier handset owners which have taken to reviews, social media etc.

If anyone could guide me, I would be appreciative. In terms of things I am looking for:

- Longeivity, again I've had my current handset for about 4 years so not someone who needs to have the latest phone but will hopefully last 2+ years.
- Decent enough rear camera, I dont ever use my front camera really barring the odd video call, so a good rear camera would suffice.
- Good screen (originally led me to the Xiaomi handsets with the AMOLED screens)
- Preferably in Black

Thanks again in advance, and apologies if this is the wrong place to post this, but feel like I should be pulling the trigger soon and probably just need a nudge in a certain direction.
Are these available in dual sim?
Thanks, just ordered with quidco
oynaang12/11/2019 08:36

Are these available in dual sim?


The 5G version is single SIM only. The 4G version has dual SIM and wireless charging, but a lower spec processor and smaller battery.
paddyjd12/11/2019 07:55

Been sat on the fence over choosing a phone for the last couple of months …Been sat on the fence over choosing a phone for the last couple of months and wondered if anyone can help. My price point sits around £250-300.Over the last few weeks I have been between Mi 9T Pro, Mi 9, Mi Mix 3, One Plus 7 and end up doing nothing as my mind keeps changing.I currently am using (and have been for around 4 years) a OnePlus X, which has been great and lasted me this long with no fault, but will have to retire it soon due to problems with the charge port. I hear stories of lack of updates and bugs with the Xiaomi phones, but not sure if this is a few unfortunate outlier handset owners which have taken to reviews, social media etc.If anyone could guide me, I would be appreciative. In terms of things I am looking for:- Longeivity, again I've had my current handset for about 4 years so not someone who needs to have the latest phone but will hopefully last 2+ years.- Decent enough rear camera, I dont ever use my front camera really barring the odd video call, so a good rear camera would suffice.- Good screen (originally led me to the Xiaomi handsets with the AMOLED screens)- Preferably in BlackThanks again in advance, and apologies if this is the wrong place to post this, but feel like I should be pulling the trigger soon and probably just need a nudge in a certain direction.


I've got a mi 8 pro, running miui just been updated to miui 11. Totally awesome phone and when I got it I paid £280 for it. No problems with updates to be honest.
Bully11/11/2019 23:20

That seems to be the main complaint with these sites, takes ages to ship …That seems to be the main complaint with these sites, takes ages to ship and then a slow boat from China on top


Previously ordered note 5 & note 7 from eglobal both arrived within 8 days.
Opinions vs 9T Pro?
paddyjd12/11/2019 07:55

Been sat on the fence over choosing a phone for the last couple of months …Been sat on the fence over choosing a phone for the last couple of months and wondered if anyone can help. My price point sits around £250-300.Over the last few weeks I have been between Mi 9T Pro, Mi 9, Mi Mix 3, One Plus 7 and end up doing nothing as my mind keeps changing.I currently am using (and have been for around 4 years) a OnePlus X, which has been great and lasted me this long with no fault, but will have to retire it soon due to problems with the charge port. I hear stories of lack of updates and bugs with the Xiaomi phones, but not sure if this is a few unfortunate outlier handset owners which have taken to reviews, social media etc.If anyone could guide me, I would be appreciative. In terms of things I am looking for:- Longeivity, again I've had my current handset for about 4 years so not someone who needs to have the latest phone but will hopefully last 2+ years.- Decent enough rear camera, I dont ever use my front camera really barring the odd video call, so a good rear camera would suffice.- Good screen (originally led me to the Xiaomi handsets with the AMOLED screens)- Preferably in BlackThanks again in advance, and apologies if this is the wrong place to post this, but feel like I should be pulling the trigger soon and probably just need a nudge in a certain direction.


Do you like the Mi software? Something to consider. You might want to add the Realme X2 to your list of your haven't considered it. £258 and excellent specs for the money. Happy with mine. (make sure to buy euro model)
I have the 4G version of the Mix 3. Love it. Had the Mi Mix 2 before - great phones. Bang for buck on this deal is ridiculously good!
Will there by further reductions or is this a good time to jump in?
hugh198812/11/2019 09:31

Do you like the Mi software? Something to consider. You might want to add …Do you like the Mi software? Something to consider. You might want to add the Realme X2 to your list of your haven't considered it. £258 and excellent specs for the money. Happy with mine. (make sure to buy euro model)


Thanks Hugh. I've never used the Mi software and only really seen it in use on review videos etc. Will check out the Realme phone, will eventually have to cut down the shortlist of options though :D.
robert.spooner11/11/2019 20:30

There is a deal on here from Ali Express that's around £10 cheaper.


Yes, there is but not 5G version
coldsky11/11/2019 20:36

Risk of customs and duty charge with AliExpress. eGlobal handles all …Risk of customs and duty charge with AliExpress. eGlobal handles all custom costs on their side. Of course there are other pros and cons to using eGlobal.


There is Quidco cashback 11% on top that would easily cover the customs charge that makes switchy deal better imo
irekpa12/11/2019 10:11

There is Quidco cashback 11% on top that would easily cover the customs …There is Quidco cashback 11% on top that would easily cover the customs charge that makes switchy deal better imo


Hate to disagree, but UK customs and duty charges add up to 27.8% premium on the price (6.5% duty, 20% VAT). This also excludes costs of processing.
coldsky12/11/2019 10:17

Hate to disagree, but UK customs and duty charges add up to 27.8% premium …Hate to disagree, but UK customs and duty charges add up to 27.8% premium on the price (6.5% duty, 20% VAT). This also excludes costs of processing.


From experience they under declare the value on most of their shipments (depending on the seller) to help its customers. However always a risk. Last year I bought Mix 2s on 11.11 and paid for a phone around £275 and there was same cashback offer that covered the customs charge. Your milage may vary though
Edited by: "irekpa" 12th Nov 2019
irekpa12/11/2019 10:23

From experience they under declare the value on most of the shipments …From experience they under declare the value on most of the shipments (depending on the seller) to help its customers. However always a risk. Last year I bought Mix 2s on 11.11 and paid for a phone around £275 and there was same cashback offer that covered the customs charge. Your milage may vary though


Yes, it's true that some retailers may declare a lower value for the package to reduce import costs, but you then risk having the entire parcel held at customs if inspected and its true value known. You would then be in for a long wait, a back and forth between you and the retailer, and then likely end up paying a higher customs and duty cost in the end.

One benefit of eGlobal is that you can be sure that you won't deal with any customs or duty charges.
coldsky12/11/2019 10:28

Yes, it's true that some retailers may declare a lower value for the …Yes, it's true that some retailers may declare a lower value for the package to reduce import costs, but you then risk having the entire parcel held at customs if inspected and its true value known. You would then be in for a long wait, a back and forth between you and the retailer, and then likely end up paying a higher customs and duty cost in the end.One benefit of eGlobal is that you can be sure that you won't deal with any customs or duty charges.


True, I have voted hot anyway as its an excellent guaranteed price, aliexpress is more of a gamble. I will stick to my two sim: Mix 2s thou for a little longer
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