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[aliexpress.com] Umidigi X Smartphone ~$238 CAD

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Newbie
Nov 26, 2013
19 posts
45 upvotes
Calgary

Umidigi X Smartphone ~$238 CAD

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Price:
238.00 CAD
Savings:
30%
Expiry:
August 31, 2019
Retailer:
aliexpress.com
UMIDIGI X In-screen Fingerprint 6.35" AMOLED 48MP Triple Rear Camera 128GB NFC Helio P60 4150mAh Cellphone
First 1,000 units UMIDIGI X from August 26 can get FREE Upods, their all-new true wireless earbuds.

Great deal especially if your able to get the free Upods. And first 10,000 units Upods from August 26 will be at $13 CAD
Global sale starts at 3:00 a.m. ET on August 26
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Last edited by TomRFD on Aug 21st, 2019 10:59 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: updated retailer name
96 replies
Newbie
Jul 23, 2018
20 posts
49 upvotes
1520 x 720 resolution, 287 PPI

Sorry but that's kind of trash, with F1 and F1 Play at the same price bracket, what is the draw for the X?
Deal Addict
Jun 6, 2015
1303 posts
774 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
I actually don't recommend buying ANY phone from Aliexpress or even Amazon while you are able to exploit Koodo for $200-300 phones. Why buy this when you can get an S9 for ~$200 or the A70 for the same?

These deals only become appealing once Koodo closes the loophole.
Jr. Member
Dec 22, 2012
140 posts
143 upvotes
Scarborough
Never heard of this brand. Sounds like a crap.
Deal Addict
Jun 6, 2015
1303 posts
774 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
richardjhy wrote: Never heard of this brand. Sounds like a crap.
It's not, they actually make very good phones. Only problem with smaller companies like these is their camera software optimization sucks because they don't have 3000 people working on it, so their pictures are a far cry from flagships.
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User avatar
Mar 26, 2013
105 posts
57 upvotes
Vernon BC
chevyz07 wrote: I actually don't recommend buying ANY phone from Aliexpress or even Amazon while you are able to exploit Koodo for $200-300 phones. Why buy this when you can get an S9 for ~$200 or the A70 for the same?

These deals only become appealing once Koodo closes the loophole.
Dual SIM is the big thing.. And none of the phones from our providers are dual SIM now..
Deal Addict
Jun 6, 2015
1303 posts
774 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
Msan2000 wrote: Dual SIM is the big thing.. And none of the phones from our providers are dual SIM now..
Oh right I forgot about that. Haha my phone is dual sim right now but I don't use the other slot.
Member
Feb 17, 2008
258 posts
15 upvotes
chevyz07 wrote: I actually don't recommend buying ANY phone from Aliexpress or even Amazon while you are able to exploit Koodo for $200-300 phones. Why buy this when you can get an S9 for ~$200 or the A70 for the same?

These deals only become appealing once Koodo closes the loophole.
Unless you care about your credit rating, of course.
Deal Addict
Jun 6, 2015
1303 posts
774 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
leebee wrote: Unless you care about your credit rating, of course.
Do it once a year and your credit will be OK. Just don't buy 4 phones a month for resale.
Member
Jun 21, 2012
305 posts
124 upvotes
Montreal
I would check the various forums about this company before comitting money to it.
Member
Dec 12, 2003
201 posts
36 upvotes
Richmond
chevyz07 wrote: I actually don't recommend buying ANY phone from Aliexpress or even Amazon while you are able to exploit Koodo for $200-300 phones. Why buy this when you can get an S9 for ~$200 or the A70 for the same?

These deals only become appealing once Koodo closes the loophole.
I was under the impression that they did start closing up the loophole. I thought you had to keep the plan active for 3 months minimum before cancelling and paying off the phone?
Deal Addict
Jun 6, 2015
1303 posts
774 upvotes
Vancouver, BC
guitar_pic wrote: I was under the impression that they did start closing up the loophole. I thought you had to keep the plan active for 3 months minimum before cancelling and paying off the phone?
It's been pushed back to 2020
Jr. Member
Dec 22, 2012
140 posts
143 upvotes
Scarborough
chevyz07 wrote: It's not, they actually make very good phones. Only problem with smaller companies like these is their camera software optimization sucks because they don't have 3000 people working on it, so their pictures are a far cry from flagships.
To me, that's a crap. Putting together top-notched hardwares doesn't necessarily mean a good product.

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