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Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC Global Version Snapdragon 732G 6GB 128GB US$259 (~A$343.71) + Shipping @ Banggood

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Not the cheapest it has been, but still a decent price for the 128GB model (comes in at about 21% off their RRP). Remember to switch currency over to AU to get the Australian price.

Shipping rings in under $4.

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  • +4 votes

    The price does not include GST. Here is the shipped price

    Order Subtotal: AU$343.71
    Shipping Fee: AU$3.32
    Goods and services Tax: AU$34.70
    Grand Total:AU$381.73

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      It doesn't charge GST for me on site?? Says "GST included".

    • +2 votes

      To get the best price ;-) access via au.banggood.com or use their app. ;-)

      To get it even cheaper buy it using US$ with a CC that has no international conversion fee.

  • +1 vote

    Still waiting from an Amazon deal from the 10th December.
    Says I'll get it Saturday, so likely Monday, or so they claim.

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      I bought the UK version from Amazon au at the end of Nov and got it before before Christmas.

      The UK version does not have call recording. Also, I find that the slow motion videos need to be edited before sharing, otherwise, its shared as 30fps.
      GCam 7.4 (not the latest 8.1) on the other hand works pretty well on it.

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        Good to know.
        I thought the call recording was just a part miuu

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    Great phone in terms of specs and performance for the most part, software seems to not be fully optimised tho or maybe it's the apps struggling with the 144hz, can be very choppy and there is currently a bug with chrome that causes a yellow screen that fixes when you lock and unlock the screen.

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      Uninstalling Chrome updates (and turing off auto-update) fixes the colour bug. A temporary workaround whilst they fix the issue (I hope).

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        Yea I found a single button that can be disabled and that fixed it.

    • +3 votes

      Found an easy fix that is working for me and others:
      Go to this link in chrome ( chrome://flags )
      In search section write ( dynamic color gamut )
      Change it from ( Default ) to ( Disabled )

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        Yes thats what I did

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    Is it me or are some phones, like this one, on sale every other week?

  • +1 vote

    I bought the phone from AliExpress including GST and free postage for $278 AUD two days ago. I couldn't post the deal here as it wasn't in line with the requirements.

    • +1 vote

      Presumably 64gb version?

      • +1 vote

        Poco X3 NFC Global Version Snapdragon 732G 6GB/128GB

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      Do you have a link please.

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        Just checked the store, 25 orders and "Sorry, this item is no longer available!"

    • +3 votes

      Let's see what arrives at your door, and when.

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        Unfortunately nothing was delivered to my door, although the tracking shows it was delivered at 2021-01-14 19:02 pm, it is the time that delivery companies doesn't work.
        I opened a dispute in Aliexpress however they don't have a right option to choose from.
        https://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/0.html?spm=a2g0s.9042647...

        • +7 votes

          Yes, but you're mistaking awareness versus impact, lol. Gotta drive them down the funnel.

          You provide no constructive criticism, no facts to support your case and nothing, just breathing down an empty road. Sorry to break it to you man but no one really cares if that's all you're gonna do, lol.

          • -2 votes

            @rambao9: The CCP can dictate and overpower any Chinese company to comply to their demands, therefore that Chinese phone you are importing is ‘theirs’ for access.

            • +3 votes

              @jackinyourbox: Jackinyourbox only uses Oz made phones and computers… LOL

              • -1 vote

                @xywolap: xywolap only uses cheapo CCP phones and computers… LOL

            • +1 vote

              @jackinyourbox: Why should I care?

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                @PAEz: As an prospective or Australian citizen you owe a duty of care with the people you are in contact with when using CCP smart phones.

                These are devices used to spy and collate Australian data without permission.

                Android Apps you install require user acknowledgement and do not have access to the data granularity built into Xiaomi OS drivers

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              @jackinyourbox: They have access to your PC right now.

  •  

    Does anyone know how to enable the Volte and WifiCall for this poco x3 on telstra network?

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    Does the os really start showing you lots of ads?

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      No, just typical MIUI recommendations. They can be turn off individually in each of the stock apps, e.g. App installer, Cleaner, Mi Video …. Now I have no stock apps that show me any ads.

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        Just wait until you get an update, I'll bet Xiaomi turns them all back on.

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    Did they jack up the price from 343 to 383?