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Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T, 64GB, 4GB, 6.3” Dot Drop Display, Sim Free Smartphone Dual Sim, UK Version- Moonshadow Grey £151.91 @ Amazon
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T, 64GB, 4GB, 6.3” Dot Drop Display, Sim Free Smartphone Dual Sim, UK Version- Moonshadow Grey £151.91 @ Amazon

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Posted 9th Jun

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  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor and come with 4GB of RAM
  • It is powered by a 4000mAh non-removable battery. t supports proprietary fast charging
  • It has 48-megapixel camera and comes with 64GB ROM
  • Connectivity options on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T are Wi-Fi 802.11 a, GPS, NFC, and USB Type-C
  • Sensors on the phone include acelerometer, ambient light sensor, compass/ magnetometer, proximity sensor, and fingerprint sensor. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T supports face unlock
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Heat OP for a phone that I think does everything well enough for 90% of people.
Will this have Google play store installed?
bluejmc200509/06/2020 11:33

Heat OP for a phone that I think does everything well enough for 90% of …Heat OP for a phone that I think does everything well enough for 90% of people.


Exactly..
Great phone for the money
I had this device sent it back because it would lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card the device would crash which should not happen on a device.
This would happen during work calls.
Edited by: "placidcasual" 9th Jun
placidcasual09/06/2020 11:42

lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card …lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card the device would crash which should not happen on a device


Are you saying this has happened to you??
placidcasual09/06/2020 11:42

lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card …lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card the device would crash which should not happen on a device


I have to question your motives with that comment, you joined months ago and this is your only comment...
What would this be comparable to in the Galaxy S range? Would it be an upgrade from an S8?
Caltonian09/06/2020 12:02

What would this be comparable to in the Galaxy S range? Would it be an …What would this be comparable to in the Galaxy S range? Would it be an upgrade from an S8?


S8 camera will be better for starters
Was thinking about it but found in a review that it has no notification light, which is a shame
will this phone allow Netflix on it? some of the redmi/mi phones dont
MungoSplodge09/06/2020 12:17

will this phone allow Netflix on it? some of the redmi/mi phones dont


Be strange if it didn't work, don't see why not.
Had this phone, was really good but wouldn't work with my android auto system
Just brought one for my son, any problems, nice easy returns with Amazon.
Got this phone. Been using it for 3 months does indeed 90pct of what people need. Browsing Netflix gaming to a certain extent decent camera and long battery
winchman09/06/2020 12:21

Be strange if it didn't work, don't see why not.


i have the Mi Max 3 and that doesnt, i know that sometimes the non main line chinese phones dont support it. My Mi 8 is fine though so i know its a mixed bag.
Wasn't this £139 on Mi UK yesterday? It'll be back on a daily deal soon, I'd wager. The Note 8 pro will be £189 tomorrow.
MungoSplodge09/06/2020 12:24

i have the Mi Max 3 and that doesnt, i know that sometimes the non main …i have the Mi Max 3 and that doesnt, i know that sometimes the non main line chinese phones dont support it. My Mi 8 is fine though so i know its a mixed bag.


Ok, hence the question..
Not heard that before..
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FF9909/06/2020 11:49

Are you saying this has happened to you??


Yes it did
winchman09/06/2020 11:57

I have to question your motives with that comment, you joined months ago …I have to question your motives with that comment, you joined months ago and this is your only comment...


I think it honestly doesn't matter how long ago I joined and just trying to share my experience with this device that I bought so other people don't go for the same thing I'd did. go out and police some other people please.
placidcasual09/06/2020 12:38

I think it honestly doesn't matter how long ago I joined and just trying …I think it honestly doesn't matter how long ago I joined and just trying to share my experience with this device that I bought so other people don't go for the same thing I'd did. go out and police some other people please.


What did you do to fix it?
winchman09/06/2020 12:41

What did you do to fix it?


I didn't fix it, it wouldn't fix so it got returned for a refund and I got a different phone.
What's the best phone camera for under £200 mi note 8 pro?
Edited by: "Dizy" 9th Jun
placidcasual09/06/2020 12:44

I didn't fix it, it wouldn't fix so it got returned for a refund and I got …I didn't fix it, it wouldn't fix so it got returned for a refund and I got a different phone.


I bought the 8t for Mrs Dagger a couple of months ago....same things happened to hers, random freezes and dropping WiFi. Went back to Amazon for refund and luckily got her the Nova 5t from O2 refurbished.
placidcasual09/06/2020 11:42

I had this device sent it back because it would lose signal and the device …I had this device sent it back because it would lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card the device would crash which should not happen on a device.This would happen during work calls.


A certain amount of Devices from all manufacturers are defective from day one swap it for another one.

It doesn't mean all their phones are the same.

I've had the galaxy note 9 which was defective and an iPhone X which turned out to be defective from day one. All you have to do is to return and get another unit.
Which one is better: This, Honor 9x or Realme 6i?

I am buying for my mum, probably won't use NFC.
xZEDx09/06/2020 12:56

A certain amount of Devices from all manufacturers are defective from day …A certain amount of Devices from all manufacturers are defective from day one swap it for another one.It doesn't mean all their phones are the same.I've had the galaxy note 9 which was defective and an iPhone X which turned out to be defective from day one. All you have to do is to return and get another unit.


I'm not trying to get on at Xiaomi for this I've been using their devices for 5 years I currently have a mi 9t and when I bought this for my wife it did this I researched it and it's all over the mi forums they're not resolving it.
placidcasual09/06/2020 11:42

I had this device sent it back because it would lose signal and the device …I had this device sent it back because it would lose signal and the device would freeze. Also if you remove the SIM card the device would crash which should not happen on a device.This would happen during work calls.


shouldn't you turn off your phone before taking the sim out?
blackanchorage09/06/2020 12:26

Wasn't this £139 on Mi UK yesterday? It'll be back on a daily deal soon, …Wasn't this £139 on Mi UK yesterday? It'll be back on a daily deal soon, I'd wager. The Note 8 pro will be £189 tomorrow.


yes it was, but that doesn't mean that this isn't a good deal either, and it isnt time limited.
i have this bought it from the Mi UK store on offer for £120. For that price I think I got a good deal not sure I would pay £150 plus for it. Its good overall nothing wrong with it, battery life lasts a day and the camera is fine but there's so much available out there at this price so check alternatives before parting with your cash.
fing09/06/2020 13:39

shouldn't you turn off your phone before taking the sim out?


No there is no need on another device
grayp09/06/2020 13:54

i have this bought it from the Mi UK store on offer for £120. For that …i have this bought it from the Mi UK store on offer for £120. For that price I think I got a good deal not sure I would pay £150 plus for it. Its good overall nothing wrong with it, battery life lasts a day and the camera is fine but there's so much available out there at this price so check alternatives before parting with your cash.


Suggestions? I am debating between this, Honor 9x or Realme 6i.
Jon_Snow09/06/2020 14:33

Suggestions? I am debating between this, Honor 9x or Realme 6i.


Xiaomi 9S
Realmi doesn't support band 20 does it? So no O2 4g.
dai301509/06/2020 12:23

Had this phone, was really good but wouldn't work with my android auto …Had this phone, was really good but wouldn't work with my android auto system


Strange you should say that. I got this phone a week ago and I have trouble with Android Auto
thedagger09/06/2020 12:50

I bought the 8t for Mrs Dagger a couple of months ago....same things …I bought the 8t for Mrs Dagger a couple of months ago....same things happened to hers, random freezes and dropping WiFi. Went back to Amazon for refund and luckily got her the Nova 5t from O2 refurbished.


I have the same with Xiaomi mi 8 lite. I don't know what going on. I using over a year.
MungoSplodge09/06/2020 12:17

will this phone allow Netflix on it? some of the redmi/mi phones dont


Doesnt support Netflix app at all or HD Netflix. I have heard that several dont support HD content
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