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Xiaomi Mi 9T 4G Phablet Global Version - Blue 128GB, Dual Sim US $340.14 / AU $493.58 Delivered - GearBest

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Found this code which gives US $95 Discount and seems to be good price.

Items Subtotal US $ : $394 - $95 ( Coupon ) + $9.23 ( Shipping Guarantee ) + $30.92 (GST) = $340.14 or AU $493.58 ( Used Google )

Cheaper than this $508 deal - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/469409

Xiaomi Mi 9T as a phablet features 6.39 inch display afford you a vivid and different visual experience. 4 cameras, 48.0MP + 13.0MP + 8.0MP back camera and 20.0MP front camera, you can enjoy images with 2340 x 1080 high resolution. It comes with most of the features we've come to expect from a phablet, including 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM storage equipped with Snapdragon 730 and 4000mAh big capacity battery that you can play games faster.

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    • +3 votes

      why is there an obsession with b28?

      • +2 votes

        The one saying that it has no band 28 hasn't actually even looked at the band list of the 9T because it actually does have band 28.
        So just uninformed.

        • +1 vote

          It depends on the market for the phone as to which bands they enable (ie. configure the RF frontend).

          According to the Gearbest ad it's only got the following:

          Networks:
          GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8
          WCDMA: B1/B2/B4/B5/B8
          FDD-LTE: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B20
          TDD-LTE: B38/B40

          I don't see B28 in there.

          There may be other models supporting B28 but this one aint got it.

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            @julioj: Several ebay sellers have told me their Mi9T doesn't have Band 28. The box doesn't list the bands, you need to get inside the box to see the bands listed on the info booklet. That might confuse some sellers.

            I have asked the good folk over at xda to get a definitive answer as to whether all Mi9Ts have Band 28 or whether the bands are region specific.

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              @sinners007: If you go to Xiaomis site you can see all the listed bands.

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                @draokun: Yes but their website also says the Redmi Note 7 has Band 28 - but there are 3 different models and only one of them has Band 28. I believe it’s the Taiwanese model and NOT the global model. They did the same with the RN5 and RN3, releasing both Band 28 and non-Band 28 versions.

                It might be the same for the Mi9T, so I am seeking claritifcation from XDA since most sellers say it doesn’t have Band 28.

          • -1 vote

            @julioj: Thanks for backing me up. I knew there was no Band 28. I just won't buy any phone that doesn't support Band 28.

        • -1 vote

          I'm the one saying no band 28 as I couldn't see it anywhere. Can you please screenshot and show me where?
          Edit: BTW I did look at the specs and it ain't listed genius!

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        Go ahead and buy a phone without Band 28 when you're on Telstra and you'll see why

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    B28 on mine according to the booklet in the box. Global version from Tobyd.

  • +1 vote

    According to GSM arena it's band 28. Finding that band 28 is important on Telstra for only some Towers when you are indoors. Horrible reception on my non band 28 phone mi max in one area only so far to the point of no reception at sll. This is in the glen shopping centre ,Victoria for example. Otherwise it's been a non issue for me.

  • +2 votes

    Bought one for AU $407 2days ago from the famous ebay seller 7272wil. Mi 9T 128GB. This one is nearly $90 more. Signed up to ebay plus trial + used 15% off bay code ( thanka to ozbargain)

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    Is this the Chinese flagship?

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    I purchased a Mi 9T from Tobydeals a week or two ago, manual in box states it has B28. GSMArena don't list regional variants for the Mi 9T so if you are purchasing a phone labelled Mi 9T it should have B28.

    The Redmi K20 on the other hand, whilst pretty much the exact same phone as the Mi 9T, does not have B28.

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      Toby do state their stock has Band 28. I also messaged them and they confirmed that fact. Many other sellers say their variants are not Band 28 enabled… so I am just suggesting caution if Band 28 isnt expressly listed. It doesn’t help that the box doesn’t show the bands until you get inside. GSMA suggest there is only one variant but they aren’t always 100% right either. I have asked over at XDA for confirmation.

      Speaking of Toby, how was the service? As in, how long from order to shipping to delivery?

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        No complaints with Tobydeals. Placed an order 17JUL. Recevied e-mail saying it was dispatched 23JUL. Phone was delivered to my office 26JUL. I imagine if they had stock on hand when I ordered I would have received the phone even sooner.

        Phone came with a charger that had a europlug (two rounded pins), but they also included a adapter converter thingy to make it work with our Aussie sockets.

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    can someone confirm if the model listed on Tobydeals has NFC?

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    Those with their Mi9T's already, does Android Auto work?? All reports suggest that at the moment Android Auto doesn't work with this particular handset. Want to buy one but this is a deal breaker for me if its true. 😞

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