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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G Black - Snapdragon 855 128GB Smartphone £666.99 @ Fonehouse
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Posted 16th AugPosted 16th Aug
Cheapest I've seen it, and a lot cheaper than every other 5G Smartphone new available in the UK I think. Colours: Key Features: 5G Connectivity Active noise cancellation wi… Read more

The £60 redmi 7a has 2 dedicated sim slots, and a sd card slot, and the mi mix 3 5g at £670 has neither (annoyed)


I just called Fonehouse and they have confirmed that this is a 64GB model. My god, why can't phones just have a microSD slot?


:D don't make life easy it seems.


Actually, the bit that says "64GB" is a link... to the 64GB version? That might imply that this IS in fact the 128GB version. Need to phone them to find out I guess.


In my defense when I posted it, it didn't specifically list "64GB" and only had 128GB in the description

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s 64GB - £221.90 @ Lambda-tek
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Posted 15th AugPosted 15th Aug
As the other deal from Mrswitch has expired, thought i'd post this. Just ignore their title, its not 128gb, its 64gb. Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S 15.2 cm (5.99") 6 GB 64 GB Dual SIM 4G Bla… Read more

Guys, the deal's over.


Honestly, sd card am not concerned at all, and the screen being hd, on a phone anything above 720 is hardly noticable anyway up until you screen share your phone to a tv then thats when higher res comes in us and battery well cause the screen is hd n not qhd it will last long enough for me... Beside am not planning to get it now.. gonna wait till christmas see what offer they got, but honestly i think the price is tad to pricey but not enough to sway people off it... Look at apple, they give 64gb as base model with way less tech and still its selling and compare that to samsung i think its a decent buy


Thanks, was just about to buy it in the morning but now the price has changed to £349...


Don't get the note 10, overpriced and low specs and resolution for the price. Better off buying one plus 7 Pro or 5G edition


Yes, been around for years, but yes, it looks like the website was designed in the 80s...

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Black Smartphone 128GB + Power Bank £338.97 Delivered @ Laptops Direct
Posted 15th AugPosted 15th Aug
Slightly better than UK computers, TOPcashback available as well. Key Features: Unlocked & SIM Free 4G Ready for ultra fast network speeds Ultra-sharp Dual 12 Megapixel r… Read more

You star ! Thanks so much


Price increase in GB. Even in Europe the same good even with exchange rates is cheaper.




Rip off Britain at work again...


Shame it's not the Mix 3 5G with SD 855. Reportedly the cheapest 5G phone available. Though I'm really more looking at it as a cheap 855 phone more than anything. Tempted with the Mi 9 and OP7 Pro.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s 64GB Black Smartphone £228.13/£235.09 Delivered @ UK Computers
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Posted 14th AugPosted 14th Aug
Unfortunately only the 6 available, but still a really good price from UK again. Manufacturer Xiaomi Tech Manufacturer Part Number MZB6252EN Brand Name MI Product Line MIX 2… Read more

My much loved Mix 2s fell in shallow water sea this summer. Phone seems to be working but display is very very faint, can just about make out some icons in certain light. Anyone have any experience whether there is a fix in this kind of situation? Phone seems to respond to my fingerprint and i can hear notifications come in, its just that the display is unuseable. Thanks


I think they sold the 6 for £228, then upped the price for the next 6, as its now £241


You need to post this yourself mate


Nobody's been tempted yet, still 6 left. If I hadn't gone for the Mi8 I'd be all over this


https://www.lambda-tek.com/shop/?region=GB&prodID=B42759055 £221.90

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Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (6.39 inch) 128GB 24MP Smartphone (Onyx Black) £340.27 @ CCL Computers
Posted 13th AugPosted 13th Aug
Great price for a uk sourced mix 3, one of the best looking and feeling phones I've had this year, with a total flagship experience. Please note that this is NOT the 5G version (… Read more

Full screen gestures are flawed, accidentally pin an app when long swiping up and you have to restart the whole phone to get out of it


Yes I have this as well and bought it on day one for £500........ Its a good phone but I also have issues...So.. just for info.... The good and bad Its a bit heavy for jeans pocket, not too bad on its own (or with included case) but a bit much with aftermarket covers Unless you are a massive selfie fan you will find the slider a pain, just an extra step for face unlock and can be hard to slide with dry hands Not a fault but a heads up, you need to set for Hong Kong for all features (Face Unlock and All Themes etc.) Falklands etc will give you some but HK will give you all Actually used the stock launcher for a while and its not bad , using Nova at the moment tho. most will prefer it. Agree with the above piccy comment , they are fine for me but I only take the odd snap... Mates S9 much much better GPS seems fine on mine Battery is good, I easily get a day with everything on, but not a patch on my Redmi note 4 Wireless Charging is fantastic , I could not go back to wires now... Full Screen with gesture is fantastic and very intuitive , again will not go back ( Swipe up=Home, Swipe from side=Back and swipe up and hold=Tabs ) etc... Any questions feel free to ask


I have this phone and would not agree with "total flagship experience", it has several issues that I would not expect of a flagship. First thing I noticed, no Theme store in Europe for some reason, you have to change your region to access it. GPS is temperamental, sometimes it will just not work and require a reboot to fix it, doesn't sound like a big deal but when you don't realise the GPS isn't working until you're driving on a busy road, very annoying. Camera is not "good", I'm not a photographer so I can't tell you why, the pictures and especially videos just aren't as good as my previous phone, a Galaxy S8, which was a total flagship experience. However at £340 it's insane value, just don't expect it to be as good as the £800+ Samsungs, even the ones a year or two old.


£350 is not a 'budget phone'. £100-£150 would be classed as budget.


Thanks very much

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G | 5GB Data Vodafone | £36pm W/£114.99 Total Cost £978.99 @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
You can also receive a possible £35 from either Quidco or topcashback, whichever you prefer, but that will wipe off the promo code. Seems quite cheap for a 5G handset in the curre… Read more

Yes indeed, mods expired it for not meeting the rules I pointed out, away rudely argue with them ;) (y)


Yeah, that doesn't show the price. And its not rude, I'm stopping the conversation, because conversations with you only go one way (your way) and so I haven't got the time of day to argue with you! :)


No need to be rude, just stating facts. VUK exclusive ends quite soon mobile.mi.com/uk/mix-3-5g/


OK Sean, I can't have a conversation with you, so we'll just leave it here I think (y)


That’s the RRP from the manufacturer. As I said Vodafone are just cashing in on their U.K. exclusive, I haven’t voted as I said, it’s the cheapest yes, but Vodafone have that misleadingly priced. Xiaomi is a non profit hardware company, they sell at cost - they intent to make money selling services to owners later. That’s why 5G phones are 1K retail and this is £500. It’s on various Xiaomi EU websites €599 as Voda U.K. have a exclusive.

128GB Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S 6GB RAM Smartphone Black £295.14 @ Amazon
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Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
Cheapest this has been for the 128GB from a UK seller <3 This or the mix 3? You decide! ;) Legend phone, this phone will go down in history as one of switchys favourite e… Read more

Oh my, the only mystery in my life now comes to pass.... Thanks detective. I can sleep well tonight :D


https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/37601491 (ninja)


Thanks for deleting your comment @jsw72 :)


Seeing the price as 506.10


Ah but did I? Edit: no I did (embarrassed)

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 black direct from Xiaomi - £299
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Posted 18th JulPosted 18th Jul
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 black, sim free back down to £299 from £499 direct from Xiaomi UK.
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Marked it as expired as i missed it on the other post


Remember you get another fiver off if you order it via the Mi app on their website.


No apparently they have a 5g version coming out soon if you look at the other thread on this posted above


Is this 5g?


Thanks appreciate the reminder, got the mix 2s and very tempted !

Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S - Direct from Xiaomi - 2 Year Warranty + incl Free 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2S £254 @ Mi Xiaomi UK
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th JulShipping from FranceShipping from France
Available from Monday at 12pm in Xiaomi's Summer Sale. £259. Minus £5 off for using the Xiaomi App to order = £254. App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mi.glob… Read more
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I wasn't home for delivery and now DPD have 'lost' my parcel. Jesus


Listed as limited quantities now, for those still looking.


Whoops, my bad. Didn't see that. (y)


Sale starts at 12pm as per OP. Remember to use their app to get the extra fiver off.


Do you have a link? Showing as £499 for me.

Live Now - Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 64GB + Free Mi Band 3 £169/£154 Via App | Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 £299/£294 Via App Redmi 7 64GB £134 @ Mi UK
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Saw this here on the excellent mi comm uk New price Xiaomi redmi 7 64GB (Snapdragon 632) £134 via app Two very very good deals, and back by popular demand the mi mix 3 at £299 … Read more
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Ordered 2 of the below from Aliexpress on 18th July and arrived today. Look good and a very good fit, the rubberised protection goes round the outeredge of the phone snuggly but not sure on how much protection that will offer compared to plastic or similar. Hopefully with my wifes usage around the house, at work and in and out of her bag it won't matter. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32960211123.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.67f94c4dwM8j5n


Also still not found a decent clear case


How did you fix out of interest. Am getting all permanent notifications now with the app I linked, but not Gmail


Do you get Gmail notification s mine not working Update I fixed it


After some research it apart on the miui cleaning apps Anyone know if this phone support Bluetooth aptx

Xiaomi MI MIX 3 6.39" 6GB +128GB Android 9 Smartphone - Onyx Black £349.97 / £353.46 delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 10th JulPosted 10th Jul
Cheapest they've ever had it, and *UK* stock, delivered next day in most cases by DPD. Product Type Smartphone Form Factor Touch slider Integrated Components Voice recorder,… Read more

Can you make WiFi calls from the mi mix 3?




Nee idea mate


Isn't this €599 from the Xiaomi Spanish site?


Cold! Not the 5G variant Lol (heat added)

Xiaomi MI MIX 3 6.39" 6GB +128GB Android 9 Smartphone - Sapphire Blue £373 with code @ Ebuyer Ebay
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
eBay deal from noon will reduce the price further. Use code PRICEWIN. Free postage. 6.39" AMOLED Full Screen Display Dual 12MP AI Rear Cameras + 24MP + 2MP Selfie Camera 960… Read more

It was £360 on ebuyer with a £25 M&amp;S coupon a couple of months ago when I got it, £300 recently, so at this price it is cold despite it being a great phone. The 5G will be even better, unless you travel to the US where it lacks the extra LTE bands that the non-5G supports.


I think this deal would have been scorching otherwise LOL


Thanks mate - had it been the 5G I would have been all over it


No that one has the Snapdragon 855, this one has got the 845 AIE.


This not the 5G edition is it?

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 Dual SIM 64GB 6GB RAM Black Ceramic Smartphone £235.11 @ Amazon Italy
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Excellent little price dispatched from and sold by amazon, using a starling card etc you can get this for £226. Description It was an opportunity for information technology… Read more

I do! (lol) 8) (pirate) (Pretty fruitcake too)


Yeah the reluctance of the Chinese to get in order about how they do things internationally and the exterior impact it has on other nations, only a matter of time before something gave way. It's harder to swallow as it's trump. How anyone can like the guy is beyond me...


Made a number of misdemeanours over the years and US govt/intel agencies said enough is enough. Same happened to ZTE, paid fine, back in shop shelves (lovely-looking Axon 10 pro)


I think this and their dominance in 5G is why the US is so determined to derail them with spy accusations. Google is reluctantly following suit. EMUI is decent but it can get better. Still I like their focus on performance.


Huawei-Honor been quicker hardware and design-wise, they'll be quicker on user experience too (if Google lets them :) )

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 (6GB+128GB) - £299 - Xiaomi Official UK - Free Shipping @ Mi UK
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
WOW Just spotted this too - this is an epic deal for UK stock with no hassles on warranty! Must be clearing stock for the 5G version, but this is almost a no-brainer... MUST RE… Read more
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Well after over a month of literally 30 plus emails and countless phone calls to their UK customer service number I have just been strung along, everytime stating that they are looking into it and no update, finally made a sec 75 charge back/claim on the credit card and been refunded by credit card company! what an absoloute joke of a company Xiaomi UK are! never again!


I was using Pocophone before I changed to mi 9 Even tho mi 9 is better, I still miss having a battery that can last a whole day with heavy use :(


Thanks for the help


I came from a Max 3, so the battery on the Mix 3 is a huge downgrade! I was getting a good 2 days from a charge, now I have to charge the Mix 3 in the afternoon. There doesn't seem as good battery optimization on this. I'm losing between 5% and 10% over night while it's doing nothing? The wireless charging won't work through a flip case, which was a bit of a disappointment. On the plus side, the build is much better, the camera is better, the screen it better (and covers most of the body of the device). And the improved cpu makes it faster than then Max 3. Not decided if I'm going to keep it. I'll see what the Max 4 offers when it arrives in a few months and might go with that and give the Mix 3 to my wife.


What are everyone's thoughts on the phone? I am getting worse battery drain than on my Mi Mix 2S, so a bit disappointed so far!

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S 5.99" 6GB 64GB Dual Sim Smartphone - BlackFree next day delivery £278.99 @ ebuyer
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen 5.99" Screen size 64GB, 6GB RAM, Dual Sim Colour: Black 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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One of my favourite ever phones


Yes, another good reason. Well I've just ordered it so let's see how it goes. Thanks @cartwheelbob for posting the deal. I have to confess, I never knew this phone even existed before this post, I only knew about mix 2, 3 etc but not the 2s


Mix 2s just because lineage os https://download.lineageos.org/polaris


Same question I'm asking myself. Extra power of this SD845 vs the lovely compact size/weight of the mi 9se


The mix 2s or Xiaomi 9 SE?

[Reduced Again] Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S with 6GB RAM and 64GB 5.99-Inch Android 8.0 UK Version SIM-Free Smartphone - White £272.20 @ Amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Nice to see amazon jumping on the Xiaomi reductions, and in my fave colour <3 Product Description D5X Mix 2S EN 6+64 White- the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s mobile features a 5.99" … Read more

Face unlock,better screen,camera,speed. Thanks mrswitch


Like what though?


Up to £309 now (annoyed)


£269.27 delivered for black from Amazon.it.


I'm after one with some good extra features or improvements over my s6,which do you suggest out of the above. Thanks

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s 6GB/64GB Dual Sim - Black (Global Version) - £237.99 @ eGlobal Central
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Very good price for a SD845 phone. Correct me if Im wrong however this seems to be the lowest price ever for this version. The usual warnings apply when buying from eglobalcentral… Read more
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Thank you for the link. The section 75 law is an awesome law. I had no idea until now that a credit card offered this much protection. As you say a claim can be made over the lifetime of the warranty with the supplier but not the manufacturer as the direct link is between supplier and credit card company. Since eglobal offer a 12 months warranty on all phones then a claim can be made over that 12 month period to the credit card company. This makes me feel much more comfortable buying a phone from across the globe. (y)


Can claim under s75 within the duration of the originally stated merchant warranty/guarantee. For a phone purchase from EGC that is 12months from date of purchase. That is actually more beneficial than the Consumer Rights Act 2015 covering exclusively UK-based merchants that only errs in favour of the buyer for 6 months from purchase (although a true UK-based merchant has some limited obligations for as long as 6 years - assuming the buyer can prove the alleged fault was inherent / present from day one). Some legal interpretation of s75 at: https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases/ with some examples from Barclaycard website here: https://www.barclaycard.co.uk/personal/help-and-support/know-your-rights


I didn't know this. How long can you have a phone that goes faulty where you can make a claim on the credit card?


I'm not attempting to hush anybody, although I am suggesting you could prevent persistently embarassing yourself by considering another more informative approach: but first you may need to just accept that peeps will buy from EGC because regardless of what you or anybody else may say (inc me) the attraction of often silly low price, no additional customs fees and option for UK-based consumer protection is difficult to resist. The more informative approach would be to tell peeps how to obtain the UK-based consumer protection from EGC or any other merchant regardless of location, and the method is so simple: only buy an item costing more than £100 + have a UK credit card accountholder pay the merchant directly by their UK credit card. If the buyer doesn't have their own UK credit card (or possibly doesn't have a trusted relative / associate with a UK credit card to buy on the buyer's behalf) or if the merchant doesn't accept direct credit card payment: do not buy from the merchant. It's that simple. Don't complicate credit card payments by mixing with PayPal or using non-UK credit cards; keep it simple: minimum £100 item + direct payment to merchant via UK credit card. Job done. The result of this ridiculously simple advice is no requirement to ever communicate with the merchant once the order is placed; no requirement to send the purchase outside UK if warranty servicing is required. No ifs, no buts, that is just the way it is. If you or any other previous or future buyer weren't aware of this it just indicates more ignorance on top of the bizarre lack of pre-purchase due diligence. If you want revenge against EGC (and that is what you appear to be aiming for), informing buyers of the UK-based credit card protection is the way to go, because every time an EGC purchase has UK-based protection enforced, it results in EGC having the original purchase cost negated from their merchant payment account whether EGC likes it or not, and what better way to obtain revenge against your pet hate company by having them hit where it hurts: in their pocket - and all just by telling peeps to consider the combination of only buying £100+ items and only paying directly by UK credit card. Simples.


Yeah I started it yesterday, there are one or two others that ordered at the same time as me in the same situation

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, 6Gb/64Gb, Black Global version - £179.99 @ eGlobalcentral
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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, 6Gb/64Gb, Black Global version - £179.99 @ eGlobalcentral
£179.99£187.994%eGlobal Central Deals
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 (no sadly it's not the S version) but for only £180, or maybe even £174 with email signup code Gorgeous phone with very nice spec for £180 -Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapd… Read more

Emailed eGlobal as mine still hasn't shipped, they replied and said it's not currently in stock, due in in 1-3 days. If not dispatched in 3 days I think I'll cancel.


As mentioned earlier I have had this phone for just over a year bought from eglobal for £245ish delivered in a week. I am not David Bailey nor am I some instagramer that needs selfies all the time. And I find the pictures it produces good for my needs and probably for any normal average users needs. The battery last a full day and plug it into a quick charge and you can get about 50% in 30mins. I came from oxygen os and novo lancher to mi ui. And ones you get use to it its fine. Obviously not as silcj a vanilla android but I have used worse. The only reason I might change is if the ruomor about the upcoming pocophone f2 are correct. As I would rather have full screen than a notch or stamp hole camera


Ordered this morning, no payment taken yet though which leads me to believe these aren't in stock. Any previous order I've done with eGlobal has taken payment instantly.


I don't find MIUI bad having moved from iOS. It's a touch laggy and I binned all the blkatwate. Updates are regular and Pie came out quickly for the Pocophone.


Each to their own I guess. I like MIUI, MIUI 10 is very good imo, far better than the junk interface Huawei and Samsung add .

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Sapphire Blue 6.39" 128GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £399.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Sapphire Blue 6.39" 128GB 4G Unlocked & SIM Free £399.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Some crazy prices on laptops direct at the moment. It doesn't specify this as being a graded item so assume it's brand new! Other highlights are: Honor view 20 128gb at £366.64 … Read more

Oh dear my mistake will expire! Thought it was too good to be true!


Including vat £399.97


Shows the lower price for me not sure why the deal price has been increased


Honor 20 £440


Ex. vat prices?

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 6GB ram 128GB 4G Dual Sim - Sapphire Blue £366 @ eGlobal Central
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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 6GB ram 128GB 4G Dual Sim - Sapphire Blue £366 @ eGlobal Central
I know people have mixed opinions and for just a little more you can have one from the uk, but its still a good price, ordered mine from here for £434 5 months ago 6.39" Amoled … Read more

They usually ship it to their own warehouses in the EU/UK then from there to your house, so no customs charge. However, my current order is coming via Aramex who seem to be shipping it straight from Hong Kong to me and is marked on their tracking page as a 'Docking Station' instead of a phone. Which seems pretty dodgy to me as if customs catch it on one of their checks this method will likely result in having to pay a charge.


here's my experience with eglobal https://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337


Ordered two phones from them last year totalling £700+ &amp; they both arrived relatively quickly, appeared to be sent from UK/EU warehouses so didn't have to pay anything extra. Pay with credit card or PayPal for the best cover. So that you're aware before buying, there will most likely be no warranty (or like the ones we get in the UK).


Waiting till its 300 or under and I'll bite. Must be because I'm a Yorkshireman, well that and I'm skint.


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