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HTC U11 4GB RAM 64 ROM Waterproof Octa core 5.5 inch screen Snapdragon 835 @ aliexpress  Store: Hongkong Hi5 MobileGroup Store
Found 7 h, 19 m agoFound 7 h, 19 m ago
Choose the dark blue and free shipping for this price. (always factor in tax and customs) Specifics Unlock Phones Yes Size 153.9x75.9x7.9mm Thickness Ultra Slim(<9mm) … Read more

Negative. Aliexpress does not post for 2-3 months and then hit by 20% VAT /customs charge. No wonder their prices are so good. So factor into this 3 month delay plus 20 % tax with no warranty. Nothing against the phone , just the crap chinese seller . Better buy from someone where final price and delivery date is guaranteed.


Xiaomi Mi6?


Looked at that phone but its too big, seen these 6inch phones and personally think theyre huge


Honor view 10 at £339? 6" screen but very easy to use one handed


I would go for this if it wasnt so big...looking for a android phone about 5.2 inches, that isnt too wide so it is comfortable in hand, budget is around £300, honor 9 is my top pick atm

HTC U Ultra In Silver/Blue Colour - SD821 processor, 4GB/64GB Memory, 5.7in QHD Screen, 12 MP Camera @ E-Global - £199 with Voucher "JBUY599"
Found 17 h, 45 m agoFound 17 h, 45 m ago
If you fancy a flagship spec-d phone from last year, at a hugely cut down price and slightly different from the usual run of the mill phones, this is an interesting proposition... … Read more

8) :D


Egolba.....sounds like a deadly viral mutation. :D


I stand corrected. Downloading Oreo as we speak. Given the recent pricing I don't get how anyone can criticise this product.


i ordered blue one because Blue Silver does not say unlock,i have never shopped egolba before,thanks for deal.


Both ours came unlocked, all the UK bands present. I'm on plusnet (ee), no problem with signal at all, I get 4g+ which I never got with my Huawei mate 8.

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HTC Vive Pro Headset £799.99 @ Very with potential 10% off new credit orders
25/05/2018Expires on 25/05/2018Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Sold out elsewhere UP TO 20% OFF WITH YOUR FIRST CREDIT ORDER 10% off electrical/gaming: Enter LXJPT at the checkout by 25th May 2018.
HTC Vive Pro VR Headset £799 @ John Lewis with 2 year gaurantee
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Sold out elsewhere 2 year warranty Now let's see how cold this gets!

this is really only relevant for people with a vive already. It's so expensive that I can only see it being desirable to people with so much disposable income that spending £1000 on something that will have little value in a year is no big deal. I would love this and the pimax but my rift already lets me experience all VR titles about as good as my 1060 can handle. My VR headset upgrade will have to have a significant resolution upgrade and be wireless (and hopefully no sensors as well) this will not be affordable for a few years yet but when it is hopefully a 1160 or 1260 will be able to handle 8k+ VR resolutions without a problem.


"Where did you pic up your controllers etc from OP?" From my old Vive. "Now let's see how cold this gets!" I said this because I expected it, not because I think this is cold myself. I'm probably alone with this view, but I think high-end VR kit like this is the bargain of the century. We are incredibly fortunate (1 in billions or trillions) to be living in a time where technology like this is available. For Google Earth VR alone, not to mention space travel and all the other possibilities. The way I justify the spend is by simply comparing to a holiday. I'd rather have an optimal VR setup at home versus a family trip to Orlando for a couple of weeks. Personally I see more value in this, the most sophisticated VR in the market today, but each to their own. "it is dead on arrival, pimax 8k is the only real vr experience worth trying, this is nothing but a gimmick" I see Vive Pro as better overall. Yes, Pimax has more pixels and field of view, but I'm with Vive because: + Well known and recognised brand (HTC) and retailer (John Lewis) behind it. + Well respected partners support (Valve/Steam, Apple, Intel...) + Full retail product and not a prototype or even first gen product anymore + Apps/games optimised for it + Superior in other ways: comfort, size, weight, audio, cameras, phone integration, chaperone etc + Premium accessories including sophisticated Intel-based wireless option round the corner + Lots more points but this is enough Mine is due to arrive tomorrow, can post review if people are interested. Disclaimer: I got 5% discount and as a developer can claim VAT back so I'm paying closer to £666, plus after selling old Vive headset and Audio accessory should be paying even less... Still I think it's worth far more than £799 but let's find out tomorrow.


Because the manufacturer's still don't get that the majority of people who want to entertain that whole VR thing can't warrant £700+ on a headset which to get the best out of it requires another £700+ GTX1080TI GPU to properly run it at a level that allows you to experience the full benefits and cost of the damn thing. No point in getting a top of the range VR headset then running it on a RX480 or GTX1060 or something like that. Oculus got it right when they dropped the price of the Rift down to a more reasonable £399 with controllers and even lower price point with the new Rift GO which I think will be £200 which will suffice allot of users even if it ain't as technologically on par with the proper rift. I personally know 7 people who've got a RIFT and only one whos got a VIVE and I can confirm that they were all on them for around the first 3-5 weeks of owning them and all these months later none of them really use them because either the games are too short, theirs not enough triple A titles or they cant be assed with all the cables and setup Vs just jumping on your usual games, but ask any of them if they want to sell them as they never use them and they will all say NO as per usual.. (lol)


When you compare this headset with the Samsung Oddyssey (Same res and OLED display) which is currently available at $399 on (and doesn't need all the extras that the HTC does) then I think you probably have your answer.


Nothing comes close to the Touch controllers for the Rift. I say, try out a demo and compare. I did and although the rift can be a little difficult to set up, once you get a good 4x4m play area, it's by far the best experience (imo) £800 is also an insane price for just the headset.

HTC U11 64gb Single sim Various colours Direct from HTC (club) - £404.10
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
As above. HTC U11+ also avail at £566.10.

thanks for this


I was quite happy with the U Ultra but I don't think the U11 is worth double the price, although it a very good all rounder.


I bought a U Ultra in January direct from HTC , good service arrived within 3 days.


Possibly, i just copied and pasted the page whilst logged in. But yes, it is fee to sign up-just email needed i think.


Think you need to be a member of HTC Club and logged in to access the page you have added the link to, hence it will not work for me. Think it's free to sign up here

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Heads up for 4 Free HTC Vive Games for Vive Day from 4th - 8th April
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Looks like Front Defence, Front Defence Online, Arcade Saga and Super Puzzle Galaxy Also if you are a Viveport Subscriber get Everest for Free Not sure when this will be live as … Read more
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You don't need a Vive. You can just redeem the free games. Also you can take out a trial subscription, cancel subscription and redeem Everest too if you are thinking about getting VR but not just yet.


Are you for real? Until the other week the Vive was over twice the price of the Rift.


Lucky Vive users .. u get a lot ta love .. I'm jealous but I salute HTC for going toe 2 toe with Oculous !!!


It's going to be the 4th The image was obviously published early and then taken down


Do you need your device registered? Can you redeem this offer if you don't own a Vive yet?

HTC Vive - A+ Grade Ex Cabinet Stock £349.99 @ SVP (£4.99 p&p)
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Same lot as the PS4 Pro deals yesterday (they are back btw but without controllers - 214.99 black or white console). Condition detail: Whats in the box: HTC VIVE These Un… Read more
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Update: mine arrived a little later than I thought because of the Easter Weekend. It came in the original packaging and while clearly shows signs of use, all the components are in good condition. The only real problem was one of the controller's touchpad was all mushy and didn't even register a click but when I called SVP about this they offered to send me another controller which is absolutely fine. The wall mounts were also missing but at this price, I really don't mind that. I've picked up a set of 3 from Amazon for ~£8 and all is well. Great service from SVP in this case.


Anyone else here take the plunge on this? Mine is due for delivery Tuesday, I'll be sure to post back with some info on condition/packaging etc but would be interested in others' experience too.


Aye, I got confused Indie Gala... I have all bundles for X to XXII... think I've redeemed about 4 keys lol


Burn in is the only issue and in two years time you probably would of moves on to a different headset.


That's not Humble Bundle..

(Cracking Price) Brand New HTC U11 64GB - Black - EE @ smartfonestore
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Reduced by £55 in two weeks from this deal I posted… Read more

So again, different people different experiences, thanks


I've had this phone nearly a year now. The battery is the best lasting that I have ever had on a mobile phone, I was on it constantly yesterday and it's still at 44% now.


"We provide a free 10 day no quibble returns service" Very good of them... "as long as the handset is returned unopened" Ah... So, you don't even provide what the law provide for then, and you're selling it as a 'plus'?


Nee naw Knee gnaw (y)


Have never seen a website page with less information

HTC Vive VR Virtual Reality Headset Bundle with 2 Wireless Gaming Controllers - £498.98 @ Scan
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
New lower price Comes with 2 months free subscription

Doesn't even include the Deluxe Audio Strap - meh. WMR FTW.


If the was the latest Vive then maybe but having tried Windows Mixed Reality I don't think I will go back to the Vive (or Rift) unless they leapfrog WMR technology significantly. This was fantastic a couple of years ago but you need the latest Vive if you want to stay current.


The website isn't very clear, does it still come with any bundled games? The US website mentions FO4VR but no sign of it on the UK page, but does list some kind of code for 'free content' being included in addition to the viveport subscription

PAYDAY 2  VR Official release (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive & WMR) Free to existing owners of payday 2 @ steam
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Step into the world of a heister! PAYDAY 2 VR is the full PAYDAY 2 experience, where you really get a sense of every cop, dozer, cloaker and medic closing in on you. Packed with … Read more
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There's some amazing free experiences that are probably better than paid games. Google earth takes some beating.


Added to title. Can't leave any VR gamers out :D


Just got an Oculus Rift this week and have been looking for games to play with it. I'm loathe to pay full price again for VR versions of games I already own, such as Fallout 4 and Skyrim (although I will probably cave eventually). I'd much rather pay for games that are a whole new, if slightly shorter experience, such as Doom VFR, although of course the best ones are the games that work with or without VR but the VR mode is just included in the same version of the game, for example Elite: Dangerous and now Payday 2. Turns out I have about 10 such games on Steam already, so I'll be working my way through those this weekend!


Works with Windows Mixed Reality as well.


Same must have got it in a code bundle or giveaway as I'm sure I never bought it on purpose :).

Global Version HTC U11 EYEs 4G LTE Mobile Phone 6.0" 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Snapdragon 652 Octa Core IP67 Waterproof Android NFC Phone @ htc online store @ aliexpress
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Found this and seems like a cracking bit of kit for the price. Htc u11 eyes. Band 20 NFC Same camera as standard u11 /u11 plus. 4gb ram 64gb storage 3930mah battery 2160x1080p s… Read more

No but it is HTC so what did you expect! :D


I stand corrected. Hard to remember all those catchy distinct names. Still, my point stands, a perfectly capable but distinctly last gen 28nm fab. Not exactly a deal in spec terms


Not bad, could have been really hot if they had UK stock!


No RN3 has hexa-core SD650. This has Octa-core 4xA72+4xA53.


Soc on this is same as redmi note 3 so a bit dated now though can't fault the performance

Sim Free HTC One A9S 5 Inch 16GB 3GB 13MP Mobile Phone Grey (Refurbished) - £99.99 at Argos eBay
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
This is the lowest price I have seen Argos selling this phone as a refurb. It is a quality phone and worth the money at this price Sim Free HTC One A9S 5 Inch 16GB 3GB 13MP Mobile… Read more

Have u got a link pls


Motorola e4 plus just purchased for my daughter and she comes home.after school with around 85% battery left compared to her s6 which came home around 20% the two day battery seems to be correct


Lucky escape ..the camera reviews are poor .it's only 109 on fleebay new


Why would you want a phone that lasts half a day per charge...?


OOS :(

Htc u11 plus 4gb 64gb translucent black from eglobal central £460 @ ebay uk
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
This is the cheapest I can find for the plus version, and I know its eglobal, but the t&c's below seem like you're covered if anything goes wrong. Also covered by the eBay/Pa… Read more



I think you may have answered your own question there with your If


Partly why many feel like HTC weren't allowed to release the U11+ in America as part of their deal, it is basically a Pixel 2 XL at a much lower price. There are still some caveats though. If you are a fiend for security updates or you like to use custom ROMs then the Pixel 2 still takes the lead here. The warranty experience with HTC is absolutely abysmal and Google definitely has a leg up here, HTC take at least 3-4 weeks to fix any issues whilst Google will simply send you a new phone Besides that you can't go wrong with either phone. Like I mentioned before though, it is a gamble on the screen with the U11+ and I'd say the same thing regarding buying an imported Pixel 2 XL. If you get a good screen though then this is a beautiful deal.


So you can buy the u11 plus on ebay with virtually the same camera, virtually the same software, a bigger screen, better audio and basically stock android for £460 or the pixel 2 (not XL) for £50 more... Erm... I know which one I'd choose, that's if you don't mind buying from eglobal on ebay (shock)


That is the general consensus really, the Pixel 2 and U11+ basically trade blows in many areas. I think the biggest difference is audio in video recordings from the U11+ You can't really go wrong camera wise with the S9, U11+ or Pixel 2

Project Cars 2 (PC steam) (Oculus Rift & HTC Vive support) £19.43 with code SPRING10 @ fanatical
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
About this game THE ULTIMATE DRIVER JOURNEY Project CARS 2 is the second installment in the best-selling and critically-acclaimed Project CARS motorsport franchise developed by … Read more
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looking for a deal on the season pass for this, anyone?


Great game but please check out Assetto Corsa first on G2A about £8

HTC U11 64GB Unlocked Sapphire Blue Grade B(£249.99) and Grade A(£274.99) ebay / empbuyer1
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
This Seller on Ebay selling HTC U11 in grade A and B condition. I received grade A HTC U11 few days ago and it was like new condition . Prices are good for HTC top end smartphone

Wow, you must be... like... so rich, not to mention important clever. Thanks for sharing your cool story, bro.


If I couldn't afford an iPhone, I still wouldn't get an Android phone. Of course, I can afford an iPhone, so no worries. Oh, I voted cold on this. Was I stating the obvious?


Does anyone know if this phone can be used dual SIM? Or does the second slot only work for SD cards?


This is a decent deal for this phone! I purchased a grade B and the condition was really good, no noticable blemishes. Two things to note with this phone: 1) You have to use HTC's USB audio adaptor for headphones otherwise it gives you an error, although you can use the AudioRouter app to get 3rd party adaptors to work. 2) This phone is FRAGILE, all glass phones are to an extent but this one especially. Mine fell out of my pocket only two days after I received it, on to a relatively hard floor from about 2 ft and yup.. back smashed to pieces. You 100% need a case on this phone, particularly as it is so slippy

Lilmistwuble Grade A for £274.95 if of use to anyone :D

HTC U11 Black 64gb Brand new locked to EE £433.99 total price including p&p @ Smartfonestore
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
I thought this was a great price for a brand new phone One of the cheaper options as a lot of stores sell them for over £500 brand new What does Grade N mean? All our brand ne… Read more

(y) (lol)


I think, and i could be wrong , but Grade N = New


Duly edited buddy, thanks! (y)


This is locked to EE and there is a 4.99 delivery charge on top of it.. Just think that it needs a mention somewhere.. Good price although!

Htc u ultra pink 64gb new @ Eglobal Central eBay store @ ebay uk
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Now I don't know if this will make it as a post. But its eglobal central and you would be covered by the money back guarantee. This is for the pink version and it is new. Nokia … Read more

Got it today, took just under a week. All sealed, came with earphones, case cover and a UK charger. Battery was at 0%, So, it's all good, would buy from them again. Good job guys.


Shocking phone. Can snap easy


I've never bought from the eglobal website even though they still get through moderation. If eglobal are that bad, then why do they get deals posted on a more than regular basis, and every post gets approved? Commission?!


It's due to the fact it's sold by eGlobal, who are hated on here and have a bad reputation on Trustpilot.


Hukd is strange, I posted a htc u ultra deal at the beginning of the year for £269.99 that went smoking hot, fast forward two months and a £60 price drop and this is going cold... Hmmm haha

Space Pirate Trainer VR (Oculus Rift & HTC Vive) £5.49  @ steam
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
RECENT REVIEWS: Very Positive (24) ALL REVIEWS: Overwhelmingly Positive (1,562) RELEASE DATE: 12 Oct, 2017 One of the best VR games out there! For the price of a Mc D's meal. en… Read more
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Excellent game, the videos do not do it justice. I was a tad skeptical but just picked it up and it's brilliant. Very skill based, satisfying to play and gives you a fair workout. Music is belting as well. Well worth a fiver.


Love this game, something you can pick up really quickly :)


I've bought it this morning, and played for 20 mins. There isnt much to it, but what is there is well done.


Excellent game. Limited lasting power but brilliant fun and perfect way to demo VR to friends.


Another one for the collection, thanks OP

HTC U Ultra 64GB Unlocked Sapphire Blue (other colours available) Dual SIM for £219.99 @ eglobal central
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
I've always been a fan of HTC Phones (but obviously not everyone is) It's got 64GB memory, Dual Sim and Unlocked, I ordered this phone towards end of Feb, took only a couple days,… Read more
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No offence to the Op, but I posted a deal from the eglobal ebay site for an htc u ultra and its now at minus 80 that deal is £20 cheaper, and yet this is from the same seller and this has garnered 433 heat, haha, wtf.


Has anyone received theirs yet? Ordered mine on the 27th of Feb and tracking seems to indicate it's in the UK but DPD are still waiting for it! EDIT: Typical, a few hours I posted this the tracking gets updated and it's suddenly gone from waiting to be collected by the courier to delivered and left outside your house! Luckily it was still there when I came home :D


update came through today :)


Just updating mine to oreo 8


Where did you get the update from? Can't find anything on the HTC site, clicked 'Check now' on the phone and nothing

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