The two I mentioned 2 posts back are both meant to be good.What's decent at the moment for like sub 300 quid? I'd replace my OnePlus 3T with a 6 or whatever the newest one is but they are too much cash for me to want to shell out for a phone
Something with a half way decent camera. Android obviously
What’s network bands does it support?So just got my new zte axon m and I have no signal at all.
The phone should be unlocked as that's what the ad said, simcard is inserted and the phone starts up fine.
I'm on ee, anyone got any suggestions?
What’s network bands does it support?
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
2G bandsGSM 850 / 1900 3G bandsHSDPA 850 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 4G bandsLTE band 2(1900), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 12(700), 29(700), 30(2300), 66(1700/2100)SpeedHSPA, LTEGPRSYesEDGEYesDoesn’t look like it supports Uk network bands I’m afraid.
Thanks for the heads up. I'm on EE currently though and their deals are shite so apparently, even though my contract is up, I've got to give them 30 days notice and then I think I'll just go for the P20 Pro on Voda. Don't think I'll get better than that and with all the data, I'll be able to stream Spotify on the way too and from work without having to worry. Now I just need an android head unit haha.
Huawei made the last few Nexus phones. There's nothing to be sceptical about, they're the largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment in the world, and the 2nd largest manufacturers of phones, behind Samsung, not apple. They know how to make a decent phoneI’m just a bit sceptical about Huawei, although recently they’re not as shady as they have been in the past
Does anyone else buy phones outright? I’ve never had a contract and don’t fancy starting one either, just always had sims and bought my phones
I’m sceptical as Huawei make servers too and they’re basically just a really really s**t rip off of Dell and Hp. Never held or seen a Huawei phone, I’ve held and worked with their servers and I wouldn’t touch them with a 10ft barge pole if it came out of my own pocketHuawei made the last few Nexus phones. There's nothing to be sceptical about, they're the largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment in the world, and the 2nd largest manufacturers of phones, behind Samsung, not apple. They know how to make a decent phone
Just work out whatever is cheaper over 2 years. Contract vs phone outright with a sim only deal