Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X Fingerprint 5.5" 3GB RAM 16GB ROM Octa-core 4G - Banggood
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X Fingerprint 5.5" 3GB RAM 16GB ROM Octa-core 4G - Banggood

£89.33£103.87 14% Banggood Deals
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Found 2nd Dec
Banggood offer Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X for £89.33 after using promo code 12BGRN4X16


Color: Black, Gray, Pink, Gold, Blue Green
CPU Snapdragon 625 Octa-core
5.5 Inch 1080*1920 pixels
Front: 5.0MP Back: 13.0MP

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rogparki1 h, 11 m ago

My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take …My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take the gamble on buying from these super glossy sites . To those who know the pitfalls and to decide to take the gamble ,that's fine .I'm sure you would agree with me that for many of the less well off and less savvy members it could be anything but fine . Max out their credit card for a nice Xmas present , then find they have import duties and VAT to pay -ouch ! Then find out on Xmas day its duff and there is no warranty or feasible way of returning .Last time I looked this was a members site - not just for the rich and intelligent . I think we should realise that many members haven't got plenty of funds and haven't got the savvy to understand the gamble they are making when buying from these glossy Chinese websites . That's my point though "buyer beware " seems to be the heartless feeling of many better off members towards those less well off. Would you advise a financially strapped member to spend their last £200 on a phone from a Chinese seller ?


I would advise someone who is that cash strapped they only have £200 to their name not to buy a new phone in the first place...
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Only black at this price with code and must be logged in to use it.

Stonking price for spec and also 6.3% topcashback as well

I really need one but I doubt if I can get it before christmas

Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the glossy websites fooled all the sheep ?

rogparki1 m ago

Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the …Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the glossy websites fooled all the sheep ?


Hi again

It's the 16gb version with no band 20...

rogparki40 m ago

Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the …Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the glossy websites fooled all the sheep ?


I would. Time and time again. With absolute disregard for Carphone Warehouse.

This isn't a great deal, it's the lowest end Chinese model, pay the extra £5-20 (depending on deals) and get the 3GB/32GB Global Note 4.

Only £116 for the 4GB/64GB Global version with Band 20, way better deal.
hotukdeals.com/dea…341
Edited by: "dcx_badass" 2nd Dec

badboyofrock15 m ago

I would. Time and time again. With absolute disregard for Carphone …I would. Time and time again. With absolute disregard for Carphone Warehouse.


Best of luck if it goes wrong them But I do agree , I wouldn't touch Carphone Warehouse with a bargepole either - but at least with those bandits you have a warranty .

rogparki4 m ago

Best of luck if it goes wrong them But I do agree , I wouldn't touch …Best of luck if it goes wrong them But I do agree , I wouldn't touch Carphone Warehouse with a bargepole either - but at least with those bandits you have a warranty .


Don't need luck. Just buy a decent brand. Only had one go wrong, and that was my own fault. Took it in town and got it fixed. Cost £20, but I'm still quids in.

rogparki1 h, 2 m ago

Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the …Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the glossy websites fooled all the sheep ?


So where was your phone manufactured?

badboyofrock2 m ago

Don't need luck. Just buy a decent brand. Only had one go wrong, and that …Don't need luck. Just buy a decent brand. Only had one go wrong, and that was my own fault. Took it in town and got it fixed. Cost £20, but I'm still quids in.



Good for you -but why do you need so many ? Doesn't one phone do for a year or two ?

pobster7 m ago

So where was your phone manufactured?



There is a difference between where the phone / gadget /golf club etc etc is manufactured (obviously China ) and the seller you buy it from

Buy from a recognised EU seller and you will have quality control, an EU warranty and aftersales support. I presume you know that -but sadly many of the sheep on here do not
Edited by: "rogparki" 2nd Dec

rogparki1 h, 27 m ago

Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the …Who in their right mind would buy a phone from a Chinese seller ? Have the glossy websites fooled all the sheep ?


I was reluctant to buy from a Chinese company at first but now I wouldn't go anywhere else. They make most of the tech that used in the world so whats the problem. Their factories are massive and modern. Theres half a dozen sellers that are perfectly fine to deal with.
Returns...well forget it but at these prices who is going to complain. Excellent phone for the price (buy fron an EU seller.....why. Exactly the same phone and double the price)
Review here techadvisor.co.uk/rev…11/

rogparki23 m ago

There is a difference between where the phone / gadget /golf club etc etc …There is a difference between where the phone / gadget /golf club etc etc is manufactured (obviously China ) and the seller you buy it from Buy from a recognised EU seller and you will have quality control, an EU warranty and aftersales support. I presume you know that -but sadly many of the sheep on here do not

???
Thank goodness a wised up, good samaritan such as yourself is here to enlighten all of these idiots.

rogparki30 m ago

Good for you -but why do you need so many ? Doesn't one phone do for a …Good for you -but why do you need so many ? Doesn't one phone do for a year or two ?


I only have one. I buy a phone, use it for a year or so, and sell it. Usually with very little loss. For example, I currently have a Xiaomi Mi5, and have just ordered a Mi Note 3. When the Note arrives, I will sell the Mi5. I do accept that buying from Chinese sellers carries a certain amount of risk and is not for everyone, but for me, it's the only way to buy.

dcx_badass52 m ago

This isn't a great deal, it's the lowest end Chinese model, pay the extra …This isn't a great deal, it's the lowest end Chinese model, pay the extra £5-20 (depending on deals) and get the 3GB/32GB Global Note 4.Only £116 for the 4GB/64GB Global version with Band 20, way better deal.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-redmi-note4-64gb-55-global-version-4g-smartphone-band-20-flash-sale-free-delivery-litb-for-11009-2846341


This

Unless you want a smaller one or only have around 90 quid to spend, in which case get the redmi 4x (not note 4x, sacrifice the size for a better phone if price is an issue)

johnnyd57uk12 m ago

I was reluctant to buy from a Chinese company at first but now I wouldn't …I was reluctant to buy from a Chinese company at first but now I wouldn't go anywhere else. They make most of the tech that used in the world so whats the problem. Their factories are massive and modern. Theres half a dozen sellers that are perfectly fine to deal with. Returns...well forget it but at these prices who is going to complain. Excellent phone for the price (buy fron an EU seller.....why. Exactly the same phone and double the price)Review here http://www.techadvisor.co.uk/review/android-smartphones/xiaomi-redmi-note-4x-review-3658711/




My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take the gamble on buying from these super glossy sites . To those who know the pitfalls and to decide to take the gamble ,that's fine .

I'm sure you would agree with me that for many of the less well off and less savvy members it could be anything but fine . Max out their credit card for a nice Xmas present , then find they have import duties and VAT to pay -ouch ! Then find out on Xmas day its duff and there is no warranty or feasible way of returning .

Last time I looked this was a members site - not just for the rich and intelligent . I think we should realise that many members haven't got plenty of funds and haven't got the savvy to understand the gamble they are making when buying from these glossy Chinese websites . That's my point though "buyer beware " seems to be the heartless feeling of many better off members towards those less well off.

Would you advise a financially strapped member to spend their last £200 on a phone from a Chinese seller ?

rogparki1 h, 11 m ago

My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take …My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take the gamble on buying from these super glossy sites . To those who know the pitfalls and to decide to take the gamble ,that's fine .I'm sure you would agree with me that for many of the less well off and less savvy members it could be anything but fine . Max out their credit card for a nice Xmas present , then find they have import duties and VAT to pay -ouch ! Then find out on Xmas day its duff and there is no warranty or feasible way of returning .Last time I looked this was a members site - not just for the rich and intelligent . I think we should realise that many members haven't got plenty of funds and haven't got the savvy to understand the gamble they are making when buying from these glossy Chinese websites . That's my point though "buyer beware " seems to be the heartless feeling of many better off members towards those less well off. Would you advise a financially strapped member to spend their last £200 on a phone from a Chinese seller ?


I would advise someone who is that cash strapped they only have £200 to their name not to buy a new phone in the first place...

rogparki2 h, 16 m ago

My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take …My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take the gamble on buying from these super glossy sites . To those who know the pitfalls and to decide to take the gamble ,that's fine .I'm sure you would agree with me that for many of the less well off and less savvy members it could be anything but fine . Max out their credit card for a nice Xmas present , then find they have import duties and VAT to pay -ouch ! Then find out on Xmas day its duff and there is no warranty or feasible way of returning .Last time I looked this was a members site - not just for the rich and intelligent . I think we should realise that many members haven't got plenty of funds and haven't got the savvy to understand the gamble they are making when buying from these glossy Chinese websites . That's my point though "buyer beware " seems to be the heartless feeling of many better off members towards those less well off. Would you advise a financially strapped member to spend their last £200 on a phone from a Chinese seller ?


So you start of insulting people and move on to patronising them. Nice moves.

If you've only got £200, wtf are you buying a premium phone?!

If you're financially strapped, you should be buying a budget phone. It just so happens you can get a highly capable budget Chinese brand phone for £30-50.
You simply cannot do the same with the more well known brands.

Also, DO NOT USE CREDIT CARDS*.
*unless you can clear the balance each month.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 3rd Dec

£90 phone with a Snapdragon 625 and a good brand, good deal.

A mobile equivalent in the UK would cost around twice that.

What's so glossy about these websites say over carphone, 02, three etc. Ive yet to see a retailer put up negatives about a phone. For example carphone say this about an alcatel phone that is free with only £10 top up to put on it

"The Alcatel 10.16 is designed to be simple and useful, giving you an easy way to stay connected."

How is that anyway different to banggood/gearbest or the like if your maybe not totally familar with the process of avoiding import tax thats were us as a community should come in and show those less in the know.

This phone is amazing for the price good battery life, decent screen, above average camera (weakness with chinese phones) .... do your homework and realese you dont have to be an apple or samsung sheep to have great phone.

Add note: I purchased the same phone from lightinabox with 32gb of rom for just under £95
Edited by: "The.Ghostbuster" 3rd Dec

Can I buy with any credit card or use my zero foreign transaction one? (Does it matter either way?)

rogparki15 h, 24 m ago

My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take …My point is - Its fine for those financially secure and tech savvy to take the gamble on buying from these super glossy sites . To those who know the pitfalls and to decide to take the gamble ,that's fine .I'm sure you would agree with me that for many of the less well off and less savvy members it could be anything but fine . Max out their credit card for a nice Xmas present , then find they have import duties and VAT to pay -ouch ! Then find out on Xmas day its duff and there is no warranty or feasible way of returning .Last time I looked this was a members site - not just for the rich and intelligent . I think we should realise that many members haven't got plenty of funds and haven't got the savvy to understand the gamble they are making when buying from these glossy Chinese websites . That's my point though "buyer beware " seems to be the heartless feeling of many better off members towards those less well off. Would you advise a financially strapped member to spend their last £200 on a phone from a Chinese seller ?


My point is.......This is an £89 phone perfect for a cash strapped buyer like me.

PS 50 plus Gearbest (chinese) purchases to date including mobile phones and no import duty.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 3rd Dec

badboyofrock2nd Dec

I only have one. I buy a phone, use it for a year or so, and sell it. …I only have one. I buy a phone, use it for a year or so, and sell it. Usually with very little loss. For example, I currently have a Xiaomi Mi5, and have just ordered a Mi Note 3. When the Note arrives, I will sell the Mi5. I do accept that buying from Chinese sellers carries a certain amount of risk and is not for everyone, but for me, it's the only way to buy.


From where did you buy mi note 3?

kendzi11 h, 18 m ago

From where did you buy mi note 3?


Got it from our good friends at gearbest.

Ordered as a present for someone, came to £91.86.

There is a small gamble with these phones. My redmi note 4 global (4gb ram, 64 gb storage)l turned up not long ago, with a slight yellow tinge when scrolling, very poor camera and dialling problems. I'll reflash it using the xiaomi software, hopefully fix a few problems then possibly sell it.

I must say, it's the first one of a few to have problems, and that's the chance you take ordering from China. I doubt paypal would cover me....so it is what it is.
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