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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro-5.5" FHD Snapdragon 650, 3GB 4000mah - Gold Band20/Kate/Global/Special Edition- £128 @ AliExress/XiaomiOnlineStore £15 Quidco Cashback
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro-5.5" FHD Snapdragon 650, 3GB 4000mah - Gold Band20/Kate/Global/Special Edition- £128 @ AliExress/XiaomiOnlineStore £15 Quidco Cashback

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro-5.5" FHD Snapdragon 650, 3GB 4000mah - Gold Band20/Kate/Global/Special Edition- £128 @ AliExress/XiaomiOnlineStore £15 Quidco Cashback

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£15 cashback (12%) from Quidco so could potentially get it for under £115

Gold $159.99, = £128
If you order via mobile browser (not app) you wont have to pay the extra warranty that is usually added. Choose the cheapest free delivery method
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Very cheap price ever for the most sought after Band 20 Version and also android 6.0.1 (marshmallow) also official global rom so supports ota updates. This special version will work on all 4G bands

Case for this model here

Flip case here

Screen protection here £1.10

Offical Global Xiaomi Mi Max £145 Global (non band 20)

4G Network : FDD LTE B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/20/28/ ( 2100/1900/ 1800/ 1700/ 850/ 2600/ 900/ 800/ 700MHz); TD-LTE B40 (2300MHZ)

Official Global Version:
1. Official Global Stable Firmware --- xiaomi official rom
2. Support Multi Language ---Perfect translation degree (up to 99% )
3. Google play.support OTA update--you can upgrade to the latest rom
4. English Package +English User Manual--better understanding
5. With CE / ROSH Certificate--Quality will be better & safer ,meet your local standard

458 Comments

so so tempted seen as the note 4 appears to be a downgrade from this

Looking at videos they say dont get the Global Version as its full of spam ware you cant remove what ever that means...

Voted hot!

If you order via mobile browser (not app) you wont have to pay any extra … If you order via mobile browser (not app) you wont have to pay any extra (warranty)



What do you mean? Are you saying I have to order using my browser on my phone? Is the extra charge the customs charges? or is it for the warranty?

Fanimal

Looking at videos they say dont get the Global Version as its full of … Looking at videos they say dont get the Global Version as its full of spam ware you cant remove what ever that means...



​you can always remove it if you have the right app. would require root though.

I think I would just stick cyanogenmod on anyway as I didn't get on with the miui

gone for it ... Thanks OP

im trying to get a phone for around £100. would this be the best at the this price point? its for my mum so just want something cheap but powerrful with good cam

Would this work with O2 4g?

Would this be much of an upgrade from my htc one M8?

thanks

dont the gold and silver versions have a black bar all around the screen, which is usually hidden in the black version?

shifter101

Would this work with O2 4g? Would this be much of an upgrade from my htc … Would this work with O2 4g? Would this be much of an upgrade from my htc one M8?thanks



​Should do as I belive they use 800mhz (band 20)for most of theirs (like Vodafone).

djames108

so so tempted seen as the note 4 appears to be a downgrade from this



​until the snapdragon version comes out (which could possibly be December)

Only let down by the poor camera

robertfrancis1975

Only let down by the poor camera



At £125 I think we can let that slide

I love my G2, its just randomly crashing. I need a good camera

rev6

At £125 I think we can let that slide



​and the fact that every phone at around this price point is pretty much the same........

Their stupid warranty still gets added on even in a mobile browser - any ideas how to make it go away?

After spending almost an hour unsuccessfully trying to not have to pay for the unwanted warranty by ordering this mobile through the mobile browser and not the mobile app, I ultimately paid a total of £122.46 for the mobile including the warranty but I did get a coupon discount of £8.16 automatically at checkout for buying an item over £122.40. Great deal imo.

mivste

After spending almost an hour unsuccessfully trying to not have to pay … After spending almost an hour unsuccessfully trying to not have to pay for the unwanted warranty by ordering this mobile through the mobile browser and not the mobile app, I ultimately paid a total of £122.46 for the mobile including the warranty but I did get a coupon discount of £8.16 automatically at checkout for buying an item over £122.40. Great deal imo.


How did you get the coupon?

PalG

im trying to get a phone for around £100. would this be the best at the … im trying to get a phone for around £100. would this be the best at the this price point? its for my mum so just want something cheap but powerrful with good cam



​if I was buying for my mum I wouldn't bother with a Chinese import. at the moment you can get a Wiley fox swift at sub £100 and you've got a decent 2gb/16gb phone with CM13 (android 6). battery life is good and camera isn't bad at that price point. buying thru amazon gives confidence re guarantee.

dwl99

How did you get the coupon?



The coupon was in my AliExpress account tab in the My Coupons section, valid from 21 Nov-30 Nov for 'Mobile Only' and automatically got added at checkout. Make sure you don't add any other coupon/voucher from anywhere else as it only will accept one voucher code.

mivste

The coupon was in my AliExpress account tab in the My Coupons section, … The coupon was in my AliExpress account tab in the My Coupons section, valid from 21 Nov-30 Nov for 'Mobile Only' and automatically got added at checkout. Make sure you don't add any other coupon/voucher from anywhere else as it only will accept one voucher code.


Care to share the code?

I do like the Xiaomi Mi5, but over £200 for a Chinese phone is a gamble

dwl99

Care to share the code?



I gladly would if there was a way, but it's not a voucher with a code that you have to type in. It just gives the discount amount and it adds itself without me doing anything, I don't even have to click on it, it just automatically went into checkout and minused itself off the total figure.

This or the upcoming Elephone S7. Thoughts anyone?

dwl99

Their stupid warranty still gets added on even in a mobile browser - any … Their stupid warranty still gets added on even in a mobile browser - any ideas how to make it go away?



Choose delivery country USA before adding to cart.

Ad to cart without warranty, when placing the order set the delivery country to UK and bingo, ordered without extra warranty

also dont forget quidco + £8~ coupon.

There was news recently about cheap Chinese phones logging your personal data and sending it to servers in China, is this phone safe?

Banned

masai

This or the upcoming Elephone S7. Thoughts anyone?



​I'd pick Xiaomi over Elephone based on my personal experience but who knows perhaps Elephone has raised their game a little?

If Chinese phones were English football though Xiaomi would be Premier League and Elephone probably League 1.

robertfrancis1975

I do like the Xiaomi Mi5, but over £200 for a Chinese phone is a gamble



£173 for the white 3gb/32gb model from Geekbuying at present.

mivste

After spending almost an hour unsuccessfully trying to not have to pay … After spending almost an hour unsuccessfully trying to not have to pay for the unwanted warranty by ordering this mobile through the mobile browser and not the mobile app, I ultimately paid a total of £122.46 for the mobile including the warranty but I did get a coupon discount of £8.16 automatically at checkout for buying an item over £122.40. Great deal imo.



​I've not bought from them before so I'm confused why anyone wouldn't want to get warranty with it? Especially with Chinese brands

Thanks Jambooboo I will check it out

daughter has one of these, and I am really impressed with it for the money. is very responsive, nice screen, good camera.

Amin

Choose delivery country USA before adding to cart.Ad to cart without … Choose delivery country USA before adding to cart.Ad to cart without warranty, when placing the order set the delivery country to UK and bingo, ordered without extra warranty


Thanks, the other way to do it is to edit the url to direct it to the mobile site i.e. remove the http://www. bit and replace it with m.

this or the mi max?

Steelman111

There was news recently about cheap Chinese phones logging your personal … There was news recently about cheap Chinese phones logging your personal data and sending it to servers in China, is this phone safe?


from what people have said in previous posts, its the vendor roms on this phone which might have that software on.
to be honest though is that any different to what google are doing? they are logging a serious amount of info about their users. just recently they changed all their policies and most users will just click accept without reading or understanding what they have agreed to.

muttyhc

this or the mi max?


Imagine making a phone call with a phone the size of a slice of bread.........

dwl99

Imagine making a phone call with a phone the size of a slice of … Imagine making a phone call with a phone the size of a slice of bread.........


haha yeah this is already what i would consider a large phone, its not the most comfortable in your pocket. better inside a jacket/coat pocket. the mi max would feel like a trigger happy phone imo

Tried a few times to buy this before and could never get it to drop warranty.I'll have another go.

djames108

​you can always remove it if you have the right app. would require root t … ​you can always remove it if you have the right app. would require root though.I think I would just stick cyanogenmod on anyway as I didn't get on with the miui



I wanted to, ​except CM isn't officially supported for this version (kenzo is, Kate isn't)

OK, I got this sussed! Use the Aliexpress mobile app as a new user, select delivery destination as the USA and currency US dollars. On the home page of the app is a link for coupons, click on this and you'll get $10 off a $150 spend added to your account. Add ONLY the phone to your basket and the $10 voucher should show when you go to pay. At the payment stage you can then change the delivery destination to the UK without their stupid warranty getting added. Make sure you use a credit card that doesn't load foreign currency transactions (such as Halifax Clarity, Nationwide Visa Select). Total cost for me for the grey version was $152.49 or around £123.

Edited by: "dwl99" 27th Nov 2016

Well gone for it.£126-48 Hopefully here for xmas.The changing to usa then back to uk did knock off the warranty.
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