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Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 6+128GB US $322 (AU $468), Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 4+64GB US $102 (AU $149) @ Xiaomi Official Store via AliExpress

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Update: It seems the seller has changed the listing for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 to even cheaper, but has now limited the sale to the first 100 units with coupon Note11.

After the first 100 are sold the 11.11 sale price should be US $147.99, so you can then follow the steps outlined below to reduce the price to US $116.59


11.11 Sale Starts 12:00am PT - 7:00pm AEDT

To get the price in title follow these steps:

1) Apply coupon BIGSALE11 to get $30 off US $120 or BERUBY30 or FRMUST30 to get $30 off US $150 Credit Original Deal

2) Apply Select Coupon $6 off per US $65

AUD based on current Mastercard rate, price includes GST and shipping.


Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 4GB 64GB Product Link US $102.28 with coupon Note11 Limited to 100 units.

After the first 100 are sold the 11.11 sale price should be US $147.99, so you can then follow the steps outlined above using coupon BIGSALE11 to reduce the price US $116.59


Credit to titan0r for the find,

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro 6GB 64GB Product Link US $303.59

Xiaomi Mi 9T 6GB 64GB Product Link US $211.99


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Comments

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    Would this be a good upgrade for my wife's LG V20, which is getting a bit dated now?

    • +7 votes

      totally yes.

    • +5 votes

      I would still add though the CPU performance from benchmarks seems to suggest pretty comparable performance to the V20 - i.e. SD820 vs SD655. So I wouldn't be expecting a leap in phone speed.

      • +1 vote

        This coupled with the fact that there's no NFC and no B28 on the Xiaomi means it's probably not much of an upgrade.

        Answered my own question! Hopefully JB do a $399 special on the V40 later on next year.

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    this is a hell of a deal!

  • +1 vote

    Great price of the phone, but I need a phone with NFC.

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    Anything for the Pro version?

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    Wow. All these nice deals. This or the Xiaomi Mi 9T?

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    Is the camera still pretty average?

  • +2 votes

    Great price if we can get it for that.

    This is the first low price I can remember since the Redmi Not 4/X days.

    • +1 vote

      That's currently my backup/gym/beach phone - excellent phone with a brilliant battery life.

      Totally thinking about getting this phone and deciding whether it becomes my primary or secondary!

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    Regret buying the $200 Nokia from Aldi a few weeks ago now, sigh. This seems an amazing deal.

    • +5 votes

      If that is regarded as a special buy, then Aldi have a 60 day satisfaction guarantee.
      https://www.aldi.com.au/en/about-aldi/returns-policy/

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      The Aldi's Nokia 5.1 offer wasn't all bad.
      I appreciate its pocketable size.
      Android one, nfc too

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        i dont know if it's just mine but there's some screen flicker and sometimes the camera decides not to work, it generally doesnt seem good quality. The screen flicker thing has pages and pages of forum threads so that's clearly not a unique issue to me, not sure about the camera. The Xiaomi Redmi 4X i have had for years on the other hand has always been top quality.

  • +3 votes

    Nooooooo! Just bought for $270 at catch on Sunday.

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    how would you comopare this to iphone series

    would this equal say iphone 7?

  • +6 votes

    Sorry for the long message, but I had to make an account to share my experience

    Be careful with some shippers on Ali-Express. I thought I bought a redmi Note 5 Pro from Ali express a year ago. The phone shipped fine and all and the system specs and info seemed alright. BUT when MIUI 10 launched (and I updated) my phone went into a massive bootloop during my exam period. On research I found that the problem was because some sellers super hack (deep root?) the software so much that even the system specs come up weird (I actually bought a Redmi Note 5 rather than a Pro or AI variant). It took me like 2-3 whole days to fix it- this was done by opening the back etc connecting two point thingies and trying a lot of things (i dont think im too terrible at tech) etc…

    What you can do if you decide to buy the phone- Link your phone to your e-mail by using a MIUI account- so that if issues do happen you can restore easily using Xiaomi's own software- from my understanding some resellers super root the phone that you still wont be able to do it unless you install a developer version before hand.

    I had to use a lot of Open source softwares/ open up the back of the phone/ install developer versions spend like 3 days and lot of other things to get my phone to work again.

    • +6 votes

      Resellers super root phones as they make better margins if they sell chinese phones for Global customers as they're cheaper- you can Check the xiaomi forums to see a lot of people who had my same issues

      • +4 votes

        Yes there seems to be a difference between "Global Rom" and "Global version"

        my understanding is:
        Global version = global model

        Global Rom = global Rom installed on a Chinese model.

        This one, coming from official Xaiomi store, you would hope is a global version.

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          My bad, should've noticed

        • +1 vote

          Even if they say Global Version it can be a mystery that they send you.
          Customer feedback usually have pics of what they are selling.
          They dont give a shite about how accurate their listings are. Once they have your $ too bad.

  • +2 votes

    Still using my Note 3 :D I would be limited in perth with no B28 700Mhz

  • +5 votes

    It will be a heck of a good deal if you can get it.

    Just sharing my experience on the Amazon.in sale just a couple of days ago for the same phone. This is a pretty good strategy from Xiaomi to go on a sale and flash sale the units in a jiffy. I logged in at their amazon.in (they use amazon for India sale) and within seconds (not a full minute), it got sold and I was put in a waitlist. Pretty annoying. I couldn't even add it to the cart for checkout.

    I guess it is a different platform but can have a similar sort of experience. It may be different depending on the number of units and how they set up their sale.
    Good luck all who are going to buy this.

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      Forgot about that aspect of flash sales, I remember some good deals at Gearbest with a small amount of units would be sold out in seconds.

  • +3 votes

    Good deal!
    My redmi note 4x is still going strong and the other half has a Redmi 5 plus from last year's 11/11 that is also working well.
    Otherwise this would be a great substitute for either of them had they been due for a replacement.

    • +1 vote

      My mums redmi note 2 is still going strong and its been dropped a dozen or so times.

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      "bullettime" I have a second edition Redmi Note 4 ( metal with plastic top and bottom just like the Note 4X ) and software has been updated to Android 7 with Miui 10.2.3.0 security 01/12/2018 and looks like officially that will be it.

      Just wondering what yours has been updated up-to?

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        Hi mate. I don't use MIUI. I use lineage OS and am also on Android 7 with that. Lineage (and other similar OS's) have Android 8 and beyond if memory serves correct. I haven't bothered to upgrade as 7 suits fine for now.

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    Wow looks good deal. Nokia 6.1 or this?

    • +3 votes

      this

    • +2 votes

      Xiaomi > Nokia every day of the millennium

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      I'm hesitant. That Nokia has nfc. But this one is faster?

      • +1 vote

        are you seeking our validation to buy Nokia?

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          I'm just seeking justification I guess. The 6.1 is under $200. That deal seem popular too.

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          nokia is android one ….. gets updates for security every month and mine is due to get upgraded from pie version of android 1st qtr 2020 ….. i have a nokia 7 plus ….

          • +1 vote

            @garage sale: If you value B28/NFC/Android One and 3 yrs update support/rock solid build and need two out of four from list and don't have tiny hands then go for the Nokia.

            If not or you like Miui with a more modern phone design with larger 6.3" 19.5:9 screen aspect ratio, better overall performance and battery life, much better cameras then this R Note 8 is better especially at this super price.

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              @ozhunter68: Thanks for the comparison. Makes it much clearer. Leaning towards the xiaomi now.

              • +1 vote

                @Jared17: Yeah, thought I needed to simplify it a bit, focusing on needs and priorities, then wants.

                I can elaborate a bit more now as I have and use a Redmi Note 4, Nokia 6.1, Xiaomi Mi A2, and a HTC 10.

                My current daily used phones out of those are the HTC 10 for calls/txt and data/photos etc and RN4 for heavy internet/Youtube usage ( with cheap Kogan/Vodafone sims ).

                Have not put the Nokia or Mi A2 into daily usage Yet as I love my RN4 ( with Oreo launcher ) and HTC 10 for how I use them, and although I'm sure I can get used to and might really like using the Nokia and Mi A2, for some reason I am not convinced on the Nokia.

                If I switch usage from my RN4 to the A2 I will miss the big battery, but like the bigger longer screen, not to fussed about OS either way, but will like and hopefully get used to the Android OS updates lol.

    • +3 votes

      At the price this. That said my wife has a Nokia 6.1 (we paid $199 from Toby 6 months ago) and she's very happy with it. Build quality is excellent but I have to say my Redmi Note 6 Pro takes slightly better pictures and feels that bit faster but then it has no band 28 or NFC etc. The Nokia subjectively has better reception too but they may depend on lots of things. All I know is that when we use the same carrier when travelling (dual SIM on both) the Nokia seems to work that little bit better.

      Both omissions mean nothing to me currently but I'll likely across from Lebara (Vodafone) to Boost after Xmas and B28 would be nice to have then - I'm assuming Boost actually use that of course.

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    Awesome, hopefully it doesn't run out of stock instantly

  •  

    I'm on the redmi note 5 and will probably wait until I can get a phone with substantially better camera, NFC and b28 for under $300. The redmis are such good value..

  • +2 votes

    How long will shilling take

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    How long shipping take

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    What's this -$49 business?

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      That's the discount. So the total is 92.99USD + GST. Which comes to about 102.30 USD. Looks cheaper than the original post?

  •  

    How does this compare to the Samsung A20?

    • +2 votes

      Spec-wise this phone just obliterates A20 apart from NFC, which is kinda essential if you use phone for tap & pay like mentioned in previous comments. Feel bad that I just bought A20 :(

      • +2 votes

        Unless you play full on latest games or heavily multitasking demanding apps, your A20 should be fine to use, just enjoy it. Many people will not get this deal for that price anyway.

        • +3 votes

          A20 may be lacking grunt but makes up with a more durable and reliable product. The screen is vibrant even if lower red. Speaker and handsfree is crisp and microphone is good. Has NFC and B28. Oh, the two year warranty is a bonus.

          • +1 vote

            @spy: Yep, was thinking all that but kept it simple lol. Been reading all about the A20 and checking out reviews for a while with a keen eye, and finally last weekend pulled the trigger on that Target deal after being impressed by Samsung One Ui lately and value for the A20, especially having Amoled 6.4", wide angle camera and local 24 month warranty.

            • +1 vote

              @ozhunter68: Yes, I agree with all the points you guys made. I just love the screen because of it vibrance. No sure about how the 24 month warranty would hold up as as I've already unlocked mine. But being Samsung it should be more reliable.

              Summary from my experience of galaxy a20 for last two days:

              Screen: I just love it. So vibrant.
              Camera: pretty darn good.
              Wide camera: just ok, doesn't look good when I view it on larger screen.
              Selfie camera: Good, better than wide camera on rear. But no as good as normal one.
              Calls: No problems at all.
              Fingerprint: very fast.
              I don't do much tap and pay so haven't played around NFC yet.

  • +1 vote

    28 available. These will be gone in seconds.

    • +2 votes

      98 all up as of now, you need to count all the colors. i doubt it will be only those, they will add stock for sure.

      • +1 vote

        Usually only the black or other single colour ( used to often be Gold ) on sale, maybe two if your lucky. Lets hope they make hundreds available on sale, in at least two colour choices lol.

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    word of advise guys, DO NOT BUY FROM THEM. i never get my order. contact them and they said been delivered. money gone. nothing you can do because they are oversea

  •  

    any deals on the pro?

  •  

    On the 1st picture, it said if you apply 'NOTE11', the price goes down to $102.28 ~148.02 AUD (inc GST)

    • +1 vote

      Yeah I just noticed that now also. It appears they recently changed the first picture from what was in my thumbnail to what you see now. It also seems to indicate the NOTE11 coupon will only last for one minute.

  • +1 vote

    What are the chances anyone here gets one at that price? Pretty slim I'd say.

  •  

    What's with the "Gift Set"
    Is that going to be a free gift, or at a discount?

  •  

    How does this compare to Huawei nova 3i? Which is currently $399 at JB Hifi, $344 at OW I think, and was $299 at JB a week ago.

    I'm looking for something roughly equivalent to a Samsung Galaxy 8

  •  

    Hi OP, how do you get $322.29 for the MI 9T Pro? Sale price is A$529.08 (cheapest 128GB model) - US$36 coupons = A$477. With GST it's an additional 10%?

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