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Managed to get a code using a Mac and an android emulator - NoxPlayer (also has a link for Windows). Put a post on; https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/download-the-huawei-store-app-and-get-10-off-your-purchase-eg-p-smart-pro-ps17999-p30-pro-ps495-at-huawei-3545658
Do you need a Huawei phone in order to download the app? Cheers
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To redeem this offer please login through HUAWEI ID and claim gift voucher throughgift Centre. Offer is valid from 17th Sep to 3rd Oct. For further instructions please visit https://consumer.huawei.com/uk/legal/voucher-t-c-for-huawei-store/
Is there a code? I just downloaded the app, and the T5 tablet is the same price website and app
vMall is run by Expansys on behalf of Honor and Huawei. It's an official store run by a very big company. Expansys run HTCs store amongst others.
I would recommend careful consideration when you are buying from this seller vMail this is not the manufacturer, it's just a seller - the middleman Difficult for communicating, when there is an issue or a problem
You really cant make judgements about a phone you haven't used.
That's because it IS in OnePlus territory... it's flagship not midrange. I've had both and I'd use (and I DO use) the Honor 8 over the OP3 any day of the week.
Nope but for a midrange phone it's toov expensive. falls into oneplus 3 territory
I would recommend careful consideration when you are buying from this seller vMail this is not the manufacturer, it's just a seller - the middleman Difficult for communicating, when there is an issue or a problem (_;):(
It's a voucher, so should probably be in the voucher section. It isn't valid on "everything", just smartphones. Redemption period is 22nd-27th August. So you can't use it yet. Email does arrive, but takes time. From the email: "Redemption Period: 22nd to 27th August, 2016 One code per Smartphone. Limited stock."
Dear customer, Head over to www.vmall.eu and claim £15 off your favourite smartphone – simply apply your unique code during the checkout process.
The LTE version is currently same price including the keyboard and m pen. Also has option of other reduced add-ons like headphones and buds. The sound x reduced to £99 from £299 is the pick of the bunch imo. Does anyone know if the LTE version has full phone functionality? Often it seems to get nerfed on UK tablets.
What? This comment should be removed. You prefer it going to the USA instead?
The price went up by £50. So the total price for the bundle is £549.99
My apologies, that is true, it is an impressive display even in direct sunlight, watched Netflix on it yesterday in the sun.
Posted 15th Jun 2020Posted 15th Jun 2020
Huawei Mate 30 Pro Smartphone 8+256GB (No Google Apps) - £699.99 from Huawei UK with Freebuds 3£699.99
Cheaper elsewhere, but £200 discount from launch from Huawei store *** No Google Apps *** 6.53" FHD+ OLED touchscreen Kirin 990 5G SOC with high efficiency Leica QUad 40 MP /… Read more
Without Google apps or services it is worthless, dead end.
The huawei mobile services have been around for quite a while, i had the P9 years ago and that had most of what huawei have improved today. It is also worth noting that in China they do not use Google services at all so they already have millions of users. They are not in the same position as Microsoft and blackberry. True that there is loads more to improve but this should put things into perspective a little ... https://www.forbes.com/sites/zakdoffman/2020/06/15/samsung-and-apple-beaten-by-huawei-in-huge-new-smartphone-surprise/#1683297c58ab
With Mate 40 Pro due in the next 2 months or so buying this now makes no sense unless another O2 Refresh deal for like £300.
You and me both, the cameras 📸 are out of this world. I have a Note 10+ 5g, decent camera, but when I used the Mate 20x 5g camera,I just asked myself why can’t cameras be like this. Only got rid of it as it was a huge screen, now waiting for the prices to settle then attack. Either the Xiaomi mi10 pro or the P40 pro 5g.
I have the Huawei Mate 20 pro, unfortunately, although a brilliant phone I wont be buying another newer generation whilst they don't have Play
Posted 30th Apr 2020Posted 30th Apr 2020
HUAWEI MateBook D 14 - Ryzen 5 3500U / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD + Free Band 4, Wireless Mouse & Mobile WiFi 3s - £599 @ Huawei£599£635.986% off Free P&P Free
Lovely bit of kit plus plenty of extras thrown in. If you can make use of the band 4, mouse and Wifi 3s then this could be the one to go for. It's the 512GB model, so a good amount… Read more
Is this deal still valid? When I click on the link, the price is shown as £700 and there is just one gift.
Expensive for a 3500u imo
This is the link bud https://consumer.huawei.com/uk/laptops/matebook-d-14-amd/buy/?utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Adcell&utm_campaign=deeplink&bid=211178-57715-0n009g5rn82q I think the deal is not longer available as the watch, mouse and the mobile WiFi are not longer there. I would suggest you to wait for another deal. (y) (y)
I've never used this website before, how do I activate the deal? I've clicked the link but it just takes me to the laptops store page with no deal activated
Great laptop, use it for football manager and zoom meetings. Runs like a Dream!
I think Huawei's app allows you to set it in AP mode, but since you're probably going to have to turn off WiFi on your router through a wired connection to its web interface anyway, you may as well configure both devices that way. Also remember to only set one of them as your DHCP server and turn it off on the other, otherwise Bad Things Will Happen.
Excellent thanks for that, Do I just need to connect to the main device via ethernet and set it to AP only mode does it have to be done via the app?
Yeah, I have the same situation. But all these WiFi chips are fairly similar, what you get with more expensive APs is really just better antennas and better antenna design. There shouldn't be such a large difference between the two though when you're standing next to the primary base unit. The difference between the Unifi APs I had before and the enterprise Ruckus APs I have now is basically all antenna design (and an 8x increase in RRP, although I didn't pay that amount of premium). The Ruckus R750 (weight, 1kg) gets a 3-5 bar signal though 4 solid 1880s double brick walls where Unifi AC Pro (350g) got a 1 bar signal through, most of the time. Standing right next to the base unit though, the throughput is pretty close between the two.
Thanks for the feedback, I will do some further channel testing. Just to note, my walls are solid, I generally need to use a hammer drill to hammer nails. I just noticed, I have been testing the quad-core version.
Each hop in a mesh WiFi network will generally reduce, often by half, the bandwidth available to make the next hop. This is because it reserves bandwidth for inbound and outbound traffic from each hop, plus you get more signalling which means more collisions and slower speeds. Unless you get expensive enterprise gear, which has a separate radio to do the "mesh backhaul." That said, your experience is so bad I think you must have had a bad unit, been on a very congested WiFi channel, or something similar because what you describe doesn't make sense with a properly functioning setup, even when using these cheap, consumer grade APs.
Just got mine delivered. The build quality is a significant step up relative to the £370 inspiron 15 on here (that I'm returning). All round pleased and should make a nice gift.
Thanks for confirming my Acer suspicions! Decided not to get a "Swift" and got this instead Asus ZenBook UX325JA Dell never state of its IPS screen, just "wide viewing angle". My Inspiron 14 was definitely a TN!
I'm replacing an Acer. The keyboard died, and you need to replace the whole top palmrest as well. https://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/laptops/new-inspiron-15/spd/inspiron-15-5510-laptop/cn51514sc?view=configurations
Which one did you go for? I found some Acer Swift's with IPS panels in my budget but their build quality/reliability and customer service is shocking bad!
Just bought the i7 with 300 nit panel.. More than I wanted to spend
I just had this delivered to use as a router in place of Vmedia's SH3 and it is absolute tosh. I will be returning it tomorrow. It doesn't beam as far as the superhub 3 and is surprisingly limited on settings for such a big name in tech Save your money and look elsewhere if you are looking to replace a superhub 3 in anything larger than a 1 bed flat!
I wouldn't add security to that list :D Yes. The routers that telecoms install by default are very basic in terms of features but precisely because of all the features chinese devices have crammed in them and the absence of any quality control they can have security holes like if they were Windows 10 the day after any big feature update, and some brands even add hidden backdoors to their ruters because China.
Cool story bro
I would go with Mi for more antennas (:I spec wise this is ac1300. and the results are obvious.
This or the Xiaomi Mi AIoT Router AC2350 DVB4248GL for £35?