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dodongdodong 10-04-2020 05:31 PM

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Originally Posted by jlekssp (Post 126279073)
What do you mean by debloat? Which apps u referring to?

unwanted Chinese apps

chanfht 10-04-2020 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by dodongdodong (Post 126277890)
legit seller (dual sim) but not sure if really global rom. anyway the dual sim is the most important. CN rom not that bad. You can always debloat

This is China version unlocked bootloader with global rom.


https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000...32ae14d1bz48cD
Looking at this.
Asked the seller and he mentions it is global version and in stock.

Q10spy 10-04-2020 06:49 PM

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Originally Posted by chanfht (Post 126280948)
This is China version unlocked bootloader with global rom.


https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000...32ae14d1bz48cD
Looking at this.
Asked the seller and he mentions it is global version and in stock.

That one from Alie is indeed Global but single sim. It also come either gift 1 or 2

TUV2008 10-04-2020 07:13 PM

Yes single sim only that means is global rom, I am surprised he can sell the global rom version same price as the China rom version.

Donít tell me Xiaomi has quietly drop price after European buyer kpkb?

This seller only has Mi 10 no pro.

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Originally Posted by Q10spy (Post 126281375)
That one from Alie is indeed Global but single sim


dodongdodong 10-04-2020 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by TUV2008 (Post 126281950)
Yes single sim only that means is global rom, I am surprised he can sell the global rom version same price as the China rom version.

Don’t tell me Xiaomi has quietly drop price after European buyer kpkb?

This seller only has Mi 10 no pro.

Here's the Mi 10 Pro Global

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000...72982e0ebxpJW5

TUV2008 10-04-2020 07:35 PM

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Originally Posted by dodongdodong (Post 126282340)

LoL this is way too expensive!

Sent from 版權@TUV2008 翻印必究 Lim Kopi using GAGT

jlekssp 10-04-2020 07:49 PM

Just uninstall them, most of them I have uninstalled. What's the problem. Unless u want more then the English and Chinese languages. Which one u are referring I can try.

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Originally Posted by dodongdodong (Post 126279479)
unwanted Chinese apps


dodongdodong 10-04-2020 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by jlekssp (Post 126282764)
Just uninstall them, most of them I have uninstalled. What's the problem. Unless u want more then the English and Chinese languages. Which one u are referring I can try.

There is no problem. I managed to uninstall unwanted Chinese apps in my previous xiaomi phone

nexusscion 10-04-2020 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by TechNuB (Post 126274055)
1. The UI alone, for me , One UI 2.0 > MIUI 10
i ve encountered the bugs firsthand with Mi 9

2. The samsung pay is really good as it supports MST Which, to my
knowledge, is not supported on Googlepay. And since i take buses all the
time, the Simply tap and go function without unlocking is really attractive.
3. Higher resale value and demand in the 2nd hand market. I change phones
frequently, so yeah.
4. Superior screen. its a samsung 120hz panel with 240 sampling rate
amoled with option for a higher resolution. i think its self explanatory
5. my preference for a slimmer design and if u check out the specs it clearly
uses better materials such as gorilla glass 6 etc
6. I think Xiaomi Mi series' camera color oversaturation is even worse than
samsung. The reds on my old Mi 9 always seems so extremely saturated.
Not saying the Samsungs are not but this time round they are slightly
more natural as compared to the xiaomis

basically in the specs department Samsung will outspec Mi 10 80% of the time with the exception of the local Exynos set.

I always liked Xiaomi because its always 50-60% cost of whatever the flagships have to offer.
But if it is similarly priced to whatever is on the market, regardless of what the sources are, i fail to see its competitive edge anymore.

And like what the other bro said of the mobile market.
no harm waiting for another 2weeks - 1 month to see what happens to the prices :s13:

Agreed on this. If their quality if really like apple/Samsung/Huawei, can really consider it. Their lack of IP68 really makes me feel their quality is really inferior than most premium range.

jlekssp 10-04-2020 09:48 PM

Quality in what sense? The built? Why don't u touch it first then comment. Also, how much is iPhone, and how much is p40pro without google? And needless to compare it to s20 ultra pricing. So u guys got to really know what you are getting at what price. If you would like to go for branded and charging u at higher price, of course it's your preference. But what I can say is, this phone is really good after playing for the last few days...and this is half the price of S20 ultra?

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Originally Posted by nexusscion (Post 126283898)
Agreed on this. If their quality if really like apple/Samsung/Huawei, can really consider it. Their lack of IP68 really makes me feel their quality is really inferior than most premium range.


dodongdodong 10-04-2020 10:13 PM

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Originally Posted by jlekssp (Post 126285718)
Quality in what sense? The built? Why don't u touch it first then comment. Also, how much is iPhone, and how much is p40pro without google? And needless to compare it to s20 ultra pricing. So u guys got to really know what you are getting at what price. If you would like to go for branded and charging u at higher price, of course it's your preference. But what I can say is, this phone is really good after playing for the last few days...and this is half the price of S20 ultra?

Mi10 8/128gb =$890
S20+ 8/128gb =$950

TUV2008 10-04-2020 10:29 PM

Nothing wrong with this comparison. But this comparison is in a context if you are buying it now because you are paying Mi 10 at full price while the S20 is at contract price.

But when mi 10 also available with telcos, then you will likely see a more significant different in price.



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Originally Posted by dodongdodong (Post 126286387)
Mi10 8/128gb =$890
S20+ 8/128gb =$950


dodongdodong 10-04-2020 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by TUV2008 (Post 126286796)
Nothing wrong with this comparison. But this comparison is in a context if you are buying it now because you are paying Mi 10 at full price while the S20 is at contract price.

But when mi 10 also available with telcos, then you will likely see a more significant different in price.

what's a "contract" price?

TUV2008 10-04-2020 10:50 PM

I mean the price of the S20 below $1000 are sets from those who has signed a new telcos contract. So they got it for free or at very Low price so they can sell so low.

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Originally Posted by dodongdodong (Post 126287144)
what's a "contract" price?


wongminmin 10-04-2020 10:53 PM

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Originally Posted by dodongdodong (Post 126287144)
what's a "contract" price?

those who re-contract through telco.... are generally cheaper than the RRP


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