Huawei Mate 20 Pro Deals

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro LYA-L09 - 128 GB - Twilight (Vodafone) Smartphone, grade B £154.99 at gr-phones ebay
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Twilight Locked To Vodafone All our devices come with the following: 12 Months Warranty USB cable Sim opening tool GRADE B - These devices are in… Read more

So why did you not hit the expired button?


Yep, was about to hit the buy button too


They went fast!


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Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Twilight, EE B Used Condition Smartphone - £160 Delivered @ CeX
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Top spec Huawei for £160. B - Good - Product in good condition with all essential accessories. No box required. Higher Intelligence Limitless human imagination that’s the… Read more

I think it's decent but a major problem is that one of the speakers is inside the charging port so if your charging the phone then the sound becomes slightly muffled. Really bad design for that but if that isn't a an issue for you then this is a fantastic phone especially for the price.


Thanks, how loud is it on max volume?



I've just purchased one from Envirofone in "good" condition for £179 , condition is more like a CEX grade C , deep scratches on screen and body including the camera lens , light can even be seen through the edge of the screen and frame. Bought from CEX now so I'll be returning the other one.


Could be louder but does the job I guess. I always need to put it max volume though...

Huawei Mate 20 Pro Used - Good £179 @ giffgaff Shop
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Huawei Mate 20 Pro Used - Good £179 @ giffgaff Shop£179 Free P&P Freegiffgaff Shop Deals
Huawei Mate 20 Pro Refurbished by GiffGaff

I did find an app that gives a decent assessment of the battery condition. 2.5 years in, still came up at something like 90% of original capacity. Don't know how accurate that it, but i still get a good full day out of it and I'm glued to it most of the time.


The battery life is amazing on mine, nearly 2 days but yes I'm not glued to its screen for 10 hours a day. I haven't noticed any deterioration in the battery since I had it new. I put it down to the fact its a li-po battery.


Incredible phone. Bought mine 2019 with the o2 refresh deal, absolute bargain at £159. I did upgrade mine to the P30 Pro last November, purely for the optical zoom and updates. However, my friends Mate 20 Pro got updated to EMUI 11 last week. This is still one of the very best phones out there. Incredible screen, phenomenal camera, amazing battery life, inscreen biometrics, great NFC, face unlock, QI charging, huge onboard storage, and don’t underestimate the super fast charging


Just replaced mine with a Xiaomi 10t Pro but if it had had a flat screen I would have happily kept it, mine was single sim but there is a dual sim version but I think they are like hens teeth 2 years old and everything still working perfectly though


Wireless charging fast 40w charger great camera, just about use it one handed amoled screen. What more does anyone need.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB 4GB 6.39" Unlocked Android Smartphone grade B £169.99 @ stockmustgo / ebay
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Posted 14th MarPosted 14th Mar
Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB 4GB 6.39" Unlocked Android Smartphone grade B £169.99 @ stockmustgo / ebay£169.99 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Dont forget quidco cashback Grade B - Good - Screen and rear of the Phone will have light scratches and light signs of use > Data Wiped > Fully tested by qualified technicia… Read more

Is £230 for new one, no box worth it?


Mine one arrived with screen burn and pathetic condition


Need some help guys Got a P20 Pro working fine and battery life is still good after nearly 3 years But thinking of upgrading what phone would be best? That is as good or better looking to about £200 or around £30-40 a month Thanks


Oh apologies I was getting mixed up with p20 pro


How many apps are you using at the same time?

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro LYA-L09 128GB 40MP Mobile Smartphone Black EE grade C £124.99 @ xsitems_ltd / ebay
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Posted 14th MarPosted 14th Mar
Huawei Mate 20 Pro LYA-L09 128GB 40MP Mobile Smartphone Black EE grade C £124.99 @ xsitems_ltd / ebay£127.49 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Grade C is probably not many people's idea of a good phone. But hear me out. This has an awesome camera and is waterproof (to 1m only I know). But could be an excellent phone for … Read more

I think you are are getting all of your model names mixed up there.


Improved Camera? The only improvements was the zooming feature hahaha. Mate P20 is just superior, not downgraded like Mate p30


Don't know, but it still happens. I use a Bluetooth headset with it all day at work and it still lasts.


If scratches to the screen are an issue pickup a Screen Knight for £3.99. Won't see them once this is applied, also a good protector.


No, the P30 was released after. The P30 came with an improved camera but lower resolution screen and no IR face unlock.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Unlocked Grade B-Very Good Seller refurbished £139.99 at mywit_uk ebay
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Posted 25th JanPosted 25th Jan
Huawei Mate 20 Pro 128GB Unlocked Grade B-Very Good Seller refurbished £139.99 at mywit_uk ebay£139.99eBay Deals
Grade A- Excellent also available in Blue colour for £154.99 Good price for decent specs much better than any midrange

Yup. I guess I wouldn't trust a smaller seller. They're more likely to have a 'refurb' phone that's been in a case and screen protector and looks pristine, but could still have a knackered old battery.


I'm sure they all have their own individual requirements for a refurbished phone, but I doubt all are the same tbh.


I like refurb items, you get significant savings, but it seems that anyone can sell a second hand phone in reasonable condition and declare it "a refurb". I don't mind too much except when it comes to the battery (unless the battery is replaced, of course.) Are there any 'refurb' rules on this that vendors should be following? @MrSwitch... Any thoughts? (I'm not saying this particularly about this deal, just refurb deals in general.)


'cos of the US shenanigans?


I wonder if the next big update will take away Google services?