expired Xiaomi Mi5s 3GB RAM 64GB ROM 4G Smartphone US $242.23 (NZ $339.54) + Free Shipping @ BangGood

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Xiaomi Mi5s 3GB RAM 64GB ROM 4G Smartphone US $242.23 (NZ $339.54) + Free Shipping @ BangGoodAffiliate
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Xiaomi Mi 5s Mi5s 5.15 inch Fingerprint 3GB RAM 64GB ROM Snapdragon 821 Quad Core 4G Smartphone
» Coupon: 75s64
» Coupon Price: NZ $339.54 (US $242.23)
» Restriction: 200 Times Only
» Basic Information
Model: Xiaomi Mi 5s (3GB+64GB)
SIM Card: Dual SIM Card, Dual standby, Nano-SIM
Shell Material: Metal
Network:
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
CDMA1X/EVDO BC0
3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
TD-SCDMA B34/39
4G: FDD-LTE B1/3/5/7/8
TDD-LTE B38/39/40/41

» System
OS: MIUI 8 (base on android 6.0)
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 2.15Ghz Quad Core
GPU: Adreno 530 624MHz
ROM: 64GB UFS2.0
RAM: 3GB LPDDR4 1866MHz
Card Extend: Not support

» Features:
1. 3200mAh built-in battery
2. Sony IMX378 1/2.3" CMOS sensor
3. Ultra light-sensitive camera
4. Snapdragon 821 Processor, Quick Charge 3.0
5. Ultrasonic fingerprint scanner
6. Full Feature NFC
7. USB type-C

» Package Included
1 x Xiaomi Mi 5s smartphone
1 x Type-C Cable
1 x US Charger
1 x Eject pin

Note: This phone does not include the adapter plug.

closed Comments

  • -1 vote

    Not a great price considering Redmi Note 4 64gb 3gb dual sim is going for $169.90USD via AliExpress

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      do they work on all nz networks? Would appreciate knowing which would work fine on Spark :)

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        Nz carriers run on:
        3G - 900/ 2100 MHz UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+, DC-HSPA+
        4G (LTE) - 1800 MHz LTE, 2600 MHz, and 700 MHz (Bands 3, 28, 7)

        So this is pretty much what you would be looking for on the phones that you want to buy overseas.
        Then it depends on the location where you are in NZ, if the area that you are have a band that your phone doesnt support on 4G, it would just drop you down to a 3G connection.

        Overall, most phones you buy overseas should work as long as its unlocked.

        I may be wrong about the bands in NZ but this is what i found online.

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        Network that Xiaomi Mi 5s could work on are,

        2G:
        GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
        CDMA1X/EVDO BC0

        3G:
        WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
        TD-SCDMA B34/39

        4G:
        FDD-LTE B1/3/5/7/8
        TDD-LTE B38/39/40/41

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        Yes they work great. Best phone every. Had it a year now. Never buy anything but Xiaomi again.

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          Yea the phone will work, just missing band 28 which would drop to 3G network depending on which location in NZ you are in. But usually in the more rural areas.

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          @Tomo:

          Only Spark use 28 don't they?

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          @Shaw:
          They all use band 28.Most of the Chinese phones don't have band 28.The only Xiaomi phone that has it is the redmi note 3 pro edition as far as I'm aware. You can get it locally from pbtech, although it's pretty expensive when not on sale. I got one a few weeks ago because I know that I'll be moving to the rural fringe and wanted good coverage via 4g.

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          @Shaw: I know vodafone and spark uses band 28, so im pretty sure the other carriers do too. Its just people should know that they might lose 4G coverage in some areas when they purchase phones like these online as it might affect some people who don't want to drop down to a 3G connection =). But if you live in the bigger cities, then you should be fine.

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      The Redmi Note 4 has a Snapdragon 625 chip, which is much slower.
      The Snapdragon 821 chip is one of the fastest phone chips on the market, and most phones which use it cost over $500.

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    Have had this phone for a few months now and found it to be really good. Find it really handy being able to use two Spark 4g/3g sims for personal and work numbers.

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    is this a good price or was it cheaper?

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    Tried to pay and I got this: https://i.imgur.com/XI9F5vX.png
    very odd.

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      It does happen, all of the major banks and card providers have verification systems like this. It doesn't always trigger though.

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