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Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (6.39 inch) 128GB 24MP Smartphone (Onyx Black) £340.27 @ CCL Computers
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Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (6.39 inch) 128GB 24MP Smartphone (Onyx Black) £340.27 @ CCL Computers

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Posted 13th AugEdited by:"MrSwitch"

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Great price for a uk sourced mix 3, one of the best looking and feeling phones I've had this year, with a total flagship experience.

Please note that this is NOT the 5G version

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  • Main Features:
  • 6.39 inch Full Screen Display
  • Multifunctional Magnetic Slider
  • Flagship Rear Dual Camera
  • Coloured Ceramic Design
  • Snapdragon 845

Used for £333.60
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Adam_9013/08/2019 21:29

What phone do you currently use out of interest?


Huawei mate 20 x mate
Richief13/08/2019 20:30

"Please note that this is NOT the 5G version" is that quote clickbait for …"Please note that this is NOT the 5G version" is that quote clickbait for our London friend?


Haha, I didn't think of it that way, but that seems to be the common question/theme from my recent postings, nothing to do with Mr London Boy
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"Please note that this is NOT the 5G version" is that quote clickbait for our London friend?
Richief13/08/2019 20:30

"Please note that this is NOT the 5G version" is that quote clickbait for …"Please note that this is NOT the 5G version" is that quote clickbait for our London friend?


Haha, I didn't think of it that way, but that seems to be the common question/theme from my recent postings, nothing to do with Mr London Boy
It's not 5g obviously I know but I was wondering, what is 4g+, it states 3g,4g,4g+.

I got it from Xiaomi a few weeks ago for £295
alfreer113/08/2019 20:36

It's not 5g obviously I know but I was wondering, what is 4g+, it states …It's not 5g obviously I know but I was wondering, what is 4g+, it states 3g,4g,4g+.I got it from Xiaomi a few weeks ago for £295


4g.co.uk/new…ee/
Any thoughts on how this compares to the Honor View 20 which is currently the same price? Muchas gracias!
Edited by: "StinkingQuentin" 13th Aug
'one of the best looking and feeling phones I've had this year,' How many phones have you had this year Mr Switch? (genuine question)
StinkingQuentin13/08/2019 21:05

Any thoughts on how this compares to the Honor View 20 which is currently …Any thoughts on how this compares to the Honor View 20 which is currently the same price? Muchas gracias!


Pretty similar, battery better on the honor, cameras compare pretty well. Mix 3 pretty unique, both quite good for updating software.

EMUI vs miui?

Hole punch notch vs slider?
enjoy_mush13/08/2019 21:13

'one of the best looking and feeling phones I've had this year,' How many …'one of the best looking and feeling phones I've had this year,' How many phones have you had this year Mr Switch? (genuine question)


About 10 all in, not all I've kept, phones for family etc.
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 13th Aug
MrSwitch13/08/2019 21:18

About 10 all in, not all I've kept, phones for family etc.


What phone do you currently use out of interest?
StinkingQuentin13/08/2019 21:05

Any thoughts on how this compares to the Honor View 20 which is currently …Any thoughts on how this compares to the Honor View 20 which is currently the same price? Muchas gracias!


I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better than the last TouchWiz phone I used, let alone the fact that you can’t unlock their bootloader which severely hampers longevity.
What's the seller like? Are they reliable?
ToQuoteHamlet13/08/2019 22:17

What's the seller like? Are they reliable?


Yes very good company, they've been around a long time, I used to buy pc parts from them when they were just a little shop in Bradford.
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Adam_9013/08/2019 21:29

What phone do you currently use out of interest?


Huawei mate 20 x mate
RockBlesnar13/08/2019 21:50

I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better …I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better than the last TouchWiz phone I used, let alone the fact that you can’t unlock their bootloader which severely hampers longevity.


I put Nova first thing.
This is a great phone but the slide does take some decent force to use
Had a play with this in the Xiaomi store - very nice looking phone for that price - this and the Mi9 had the nicest displays - very nice and premium feeling. Also speed was noticeably quick on this, the Mi9 and Poco F1
alfreer113/08/2019 20:36

It's not 5g obviously I know but I was wondering, what is 4g+, it states …It's not 5g obviously I know but I was wondering, what is 4g+, it states 3g,4g,4g+.I got it from Xiaomi a few weeks ago for £295


My wife gets 4g+ on her 8 Lite as she is with Virgin (EE). Seems that they use 2 carrier bands at the same time.

I bought this for my son when it was £299 at Xiaomi. Seems quite a decent phone.
RockBlesnar13/08/2019 21:50

I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better …I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better than the last TouchWiz phone I used, let alone the fact that you can’t unlock their bootloader which severely hampers longevity.


I prefer the Huawei UI to any other home grown UI bar the Pixel (obvs) and how the hell does unlocking the bootloader hamper longevity?
It will carry on working regardless, and very well in fact.
If your talking about being on the latest Android? who cares about upgradeitus. Get a new phone
Moochu14/08/2019 11:52

Didn't end up with a note 9?


Yeah, course, sold it after 3 months and got this I like to change my phones
MrSwitch14/08/2019 11:58

Yeah, course, sold it after 3 months and got this I like to …Yeah, course, sold it after 3 months and got this I like to change my phones


How do you find Mate 20 X, compared to Note 9?
Syedar14/08/2019 12:44

How do you find Mate 20 X, compared to Note 9?


Bigger for a start.

I prefer it in the camera department, and watching media, emui on the huawei is a bit different to the note, I like one ui as its the closest to stock they've ever been.

The camera on the X is out of this world imo, the wide angle and macro are just immense, completely dominate the note 9 camera.
MrSwitch14/08/2019 12:46

Bigger for a start. I prefer it in the camera department, and …Bigger for a start. I prefer it in the camera department, and watching media, emui on the huawei is a bit different to the note, I like one ui as its the closest to stock they've ever been.The camera on the X is out of this world imo, the wide angle and macro are just immense, completely dominate the note 9 camera.


It's nice to hear that One UI is close to stock.
Syedar14/08/2019 13:01

It's nice to hear that One UI is close to stock.


It is, couldn't be further from Samsung experience, I avoided Samsung all the way til they announced one ui, which is when I decided I wanted a note 9.

Beautiful looking phones, with one of the best displays I've ever seen on a phone, I'd recommend both equally
wpj14/08/2019 11:40

My wife gets 4g+ on her 8 Lite as she is with Virgin (EE). Seems that they …My wife gets 4g+ on her 8 Lite as she is with Virgin (EE). Seems that they use 2 carrier bands at the same time.I bought this for my son when it was £299 at Xiaomi. Seems quite a decent phone.


Sure I've seen the 4G+ icon in Glasgow. I'm with Plusnet which I think uses EE.
alfreer114/08/2019 13:47

Sure I've seen the 4G+ icon in Glasgow. I'm with Plusnet which I think …Sure I've seen the 4G+ icon in Glasgow. I'm with Plusnet which I think uses EE.


I should ask my son; he has this phone and uses Plusnet as well.
RockBlesnar13/08/2019 21:50

I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better …I would avoid a Huawei simply for the godawful UI that’s perhaps no better than the last TouchWiz phone I used, let alone the fact that you can’t unlock their bootloader which severely hampers longevity.


i can unlock the bootloader on my honor play
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Been a decent phone, but the glass on the front scratches easily (compared to Samsung and iPhone), also there are some really annoying miui glitches.

If you have the phone on full screen gesture mode and accidentally pin an app when long swiping up, you can never get out of that app unless you restart the whole phone.

I've had ateast 50 pictures taken with the camera which have looked fine until I go to view them and they have this weird glitch that completely ruins the photo making it look like a kaleidoscope.

Another weird glitch is that app permissions keep resetting randomly, for example Google Pay will keep logging itself out, I'll go to use it and none of my cards will be registered, I log back in and have to verify all my cards again making Google Pay useless.
Is this not the 5G version
Snapdragon 845 for 350 quid?!? Absolute rip off, avoid! You can easily get a K20 Redmi Pro or other budget phones for this price and better specs
RealTalkDealz14/08/2019 17:15

Snapdragon 845 for 350 quid?!? Absolute rip off, avoid! You can easily get …Snapdragon 845 for 350 quid?!? Absolute rip off, avoid! You can easily get a K20 Redmi Pro or other budget phones for this price and better specs


Wow, someone is Mr angry tonight
MrSwitch14/08/2019 13:03

It is, couldn't be further from Samsung experience, I avoided Samsung all …It is, couldn't be further from Samsung experience, I avoided Samsung all the way til they announced one ui, which is when I decided I wanted a note 9.Beautiful looking phones, with one of the best displays I've ever seen on a phone, I'd recommend both equally


Hmm maybe need to look into one of these. Was hoping for a noticeable price drop after the note 10 announcement but that hasn't really happened.
Moochu14/08/2019 18:22

Hmm maybe need to look into one of these. Was hoping for a noticeable …Hmm maybe need to look into one of these. Was hoping for a noticeable price drop after the note 10 announcement but that hasn't really happened.


No it hasn't, it will, but its holding its money because its the last if a generation.
What would your top 3 xiaomi phones be MrSwitch?
Mills8814/08/2019 18:44

What would your top 3 xiaomi phones be MrSwitch?


Mi 9t pro, mi 9t, mi mix 3 (5g) non price dependant
Thanks very much
RealTalkDealz14/08/2019 17:15

Snapdragon 845 for 350 quid?!? Absolute rip off, avoid! You can easily get …Snapdragon 845 for 350 quid?!? Absolute rip off, avoid! You can easily get a K20 Redmi Pro or other budget phones for this price and better specs


£350 is not a 'budget phone'. £100-£150 would be classed as budget.
I have this phone and would not agree with "total flagship experience", it has several issues that I would not expect of a flagship. First thing I noticed, no Theme store in Europe for some reason, you have to change your region to access it. GPS is temperamental, sometimes it will just not work and require a reboot to fix it, doesn't sound like a big deal but when you don't realise the GPS isn't working until you're driving on a busy road, very annoying. Camera is not "good", I'm not a photographer so I can't tell you why, the pictures and especially videos just aren't as good as my previous phone, a Galaxy S8, which was a total flagship experience.
However at £340 it's insane value, just don't expect it to be as good as the £800+ Samsungs, even the ones a year or two old.
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