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GOOGLE NEXUS S BLACK £299.99 @ Ebay - User Avatar Member ID e_cell

£299.99 @ eBay
Seems like a bargain but i'm not sure if it's S-LCD or S-AMOLED, either way it's a great deal! 3G: Yes, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA; HSDPA 900 / 1700 / 2100 Quadband GSM 850/900/1800/… Read More
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Seems like a bargain but i'm not sure if it's S-LCD or S-AMOLED, either way it's a great deal!



3G: Yes, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA; HSDPA 900 / 1700 / 2100
Quadband GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Wi-Fi: Yes, 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth: Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
Data: GPRS EDGE
USB: Yes microUSB v2.0

GPS: Yes, A-GPS support

Camera: 5MP 2560x1920; Autofocus; LED flash; Geo-tagging; Touch focus
Video Recording: Yes, WVGA @ 30fps
Secondary Camera: Yes, VGA

Weight & Dimensions: 129g; 123.9x63x10.9mm
Display: 4"; 480x800 pixels; AMOLED LCD Screen

Memory (Internal): 16GB
Memory (RAM): 512MB

OS: Android OS, v2.3 Gingerbread
CPU: ARM Cortex A8 1GHz processor

Media Player: Audio & Video
Audio Files: MP3 WAV eAAC+ AC3 FLAC
Video Files: MP4 DivX WMV H.264/263
Ring Tones: MP3; WAV
Vibration Alert: Yes
Speaker phone
3.5mm audio jack

Java
Multi-touch input method
Accelerometer sensor
UI auto-rotate
Touch-sensitive controls
Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
Three-axis gyro sensor
Google Apps
Document editor
Picasa integration
Flash Player v10.1
Voice memo/dial/commands
Predictive text input
Near Field Communications
Social networking integration
Image/video editor
Digital compass
Organizer

Messaging: SMS; MMS; Push Email
Email: Yes
IM: Yes
Browser: HTML

Talk/Standby: 14hrs/713hrs max
Battery: Li-Po 1500 mAh
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Top Notch Phone !
Hot!!
#2
I'm sure that e-cell are Hong Kong based so delivery could take a while - think they have a 'Registered' office in Manchester but think all stock comes from Hong Kong.
#3
stuart9787
I'm sure that e-cell are Hong Kong based so delivery could take a while - think they have a 'Registered' office in Manchester but think all stock comes from Hong Kong.

on the website it says 6-7 working days.
#4
They ship from the UK. I got an HTC Desire S from them 3 weeks ago and it was posted from the UK with a Royal Mail tracking number ending in GB.

They even state that on the page further down
#5
Cheapest price yet. But, I think I would rather spend the extra £18 and get it from Handtec or Clove. Nothing wrong with the seller I'm sure, but certainly more risky than others. For a product so expensive, I'd rather spend the extra for a safer purchase.

Plus, I think the Nexus S needs to fall a little lower for me to consider it considering the SGS2 is £400 (and future proof)

Also, 3 things to note.

1. The description claims it is AMOLED
2. The reduced price of the Nexus S of late is due to them being shipped with an S-LCD. Could be a muddle up....
3. A lot of not too favourable reviews online. I personally wouldn't risk it to save £18

Edited By: williamj1 on May 20, 2011 19:11: 1
#6
Where have you seen the Galaxy S2 400gbp? I currently have it ordered from amazon.de (waiting for stock) for >520 euros (450 gbp)
#8
nexxer
Where have you seen the Galaxy S2 400gbp? I currently have it ordered from amazon.de (waiting for stock) for >520 euros (450 gbp)


The SGS2 was £400 PAYG from O2 last week.
#9
Sorry I should have specified. I'm not in the UK but I am in the EU.
#10
nexxer
Sorry I should have specified. I'm not in the UK but I am in the EU.


Well you won't get it for that price sim-free (or not yet anyway). I can't vouch for other networks abroad. Why are you on a UK deals site then? Surely there are EU equivalents? Most of the online deals posted here won't be able to ship abroad I'd have thought.
#11
Deals posted about local brick and mortar stores obviously don't interest me, but amazon.co.uk, play.com etc ship to the EU just fine. I've gotten plenty of blurays after noticing an offer here, and it generally gets posted here pretty fast :)
#12
nexxer
Deals posted about local brick and mortar stores obviously don't interest me, but amazon.co.uk, play.com etc ship to the EU just fine. I've gotten plenty of blurays after noticing an offer here, and it generally gets posted here pretty fast :)


Amazon posts to the rest of the EU, even though there are other EU Amazon sites? Is the UK particularly cheap? And do you have to pay tax then if it comes from here? ;)

I've tried to buy from Amazon US before....they refused. I presumed it was a worldwide policy of theirs.

Btw, for phone stuff you should check out clove.co.uk - I met a bloke from NZ who used it all the time because the abroad shipment and service and such were excellent to other countries. And the jammy ****** didn't have to pay any tax! He got a nexus s (£318 for me) for £250. :p



Edited By: williamj1 on May 20, 2011 22:11
#13
Amazon.co.uk is my main source of electronics. Amazon.de too, which tends to have cheaper prices than co.uk for the same item, although somewhat of a lesser variety.

Local stores here in Cyprus are quite a bit more expensive even after you factor in the (admittedly low) shipping from Germany. I get alot of stuff from online stores and many of them tend to be UK-based. The only frustrating part is obviously waiting 2 weeks or so for the post.

Intra-EU amazon prices are pretty much similar, and amazon.co.uk and amazon.de are the ones I can comprehend the language :) VAT is automatically added to the price at my local VAT rate (15%) so I generally end up paying a pretty good price. There's no customs as all this is within the EU.

Amazon.com has good prices and the dollar is pretty low at the moment, but be advised shipping will take longer than 2 weeks and you may pay customs fees if it's over, I think 40 GBP? I've ordered blurays from there, eg cheap boxset offers.

I've seen clove.co.uk but haven't bought from them. They seem slightly more expensive than amazon. How's their customer care?
#14
ecell sells imports from Taiwan so I don't see this having a European warranty.

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