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LG G3 16gb D855 £419.00 delivered @ DigitalRev

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
LG G3 16gb version is just £419 delivered from DigitalRev. A known online store and potential 3% quidco as well!
32GB version is available for £469.

Snapped up the 16gb version.

2560x1440 screen resolution on a 5.5" screen. Highest resolution on any phone so far (note 4 will have this in September)
- montana78

This will be a grey import, may be subject to VAT and Customs Duty which will result in the price being higher than UK retailers.
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#1
hot best phone atm
1 Like #2
I believe they are based in Hong Kong and their site states:

"When ordering goods from DigitalRev Limited, overseas deliveries may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once the package reaches the specified destination. Any additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you, unless an Import Handling Charge is included in the price of the goods."
#3
Digital Rev, every time I've seen them listed on here i always here bad reviews.
#4
I've order a camera from them and spent about £700 in total and that came without any hassle. didn't have a import duties either
#5
DigitalRev stick a label on all their parcels stating the goods are less than £15 value. Just hope the packaging doesn't split and customs see's what it is !
1 Like #6
mission1664
DigitalRev stick a label on all their parcels stating the goods are less than £15 value. Just hope the packaging doesn't split and customs see's what it is !
I'm not getting all holier than thou about companies misrepresenting the value of purchases to avoid duty but it does make me question how much joy you'd have with these sort of companies if there's a warranty or quality problem. If they are routinely less than honest then I'd imagine getting your rights as a consumer may present problems.

From an ethical point of view..... crack on. ;)
#7
LOH1153
hot best phone atm

camera is a bit of a let down
#8
mission1664
DigitalRev stick a label on all their parcels stating the goods are less than £15 value. Just hope the packaging doesn't split and customs see's what it is !

Illegal probably.
#9
£459 at mobilesdirect
1 Like #10
DigitalRev are legit but their aftersales and warranty are atrocious. Stay well clear! I know from personal experience.
#11
same price from e_cell on eBay
#12
Camera's fine on my G3
#13
Great phone wish I had the money. I'll wait for Nexus 6 to come out instead.
#14
I guess this is the cheapest way of getting this phone at the moment
#16
Amazing phone but I'm holding out for the galaxy note 4. Which will have the same 2560x1440 screen resolution but on a bigger screen :) and 3gb ram opposed to 2gb on this one
1 Like #17
ordered the 32gb model very cheap! ill keep you informed, ordered through paypal so shouldnt be any problems
#18
Should note this is memory expandable.
#19
Very tempted by the 32GB. I currently have the G2. Fantastic phone but noone seems to have heard of it when I tell people :-\
#20
montana78
Amazing phone but I'm holding out for the galaxy note 4. Which will have the same 2560x1440 screen resolution but on a bigger screen :) and 3gb ram opposed to 2gb on this one

It'll also be a far better type of screen as well.

LG are absolutely woeful at making IPS screens.
#21
Also its pretty embarrassing for any company to still be producing android smartphones with only 16GB base storage. When Android L is out and ART is mainstream, that 10-12GB you can actually use will dry up very quickly. Google made it known a while ago that they hate expandable storage (translation: Apple make a buttload so we want some moolah too), so you're playing with fire in the hope that any large apps will actually transfer over.
#22
striker33
montana78
Amazing phone but I'm holding out for the galaxy note 4. Which will have the same 2560x1440 screen resolution but on a bigger screen :) and 3gb ram opposed to 2gb on this one

It'll also be a far better type of screen as well.

LG are absolutely woeful at making IPS screens.

Saw a youtube review. They said the colours are a bit off. Red looks orangy. Such a shame
1 Like #23
can confirm don't waste your money. wait for the new phones at end of year.
#24
warlockuk
Camera's fine on my G3

I find mine to be grainy, blurry and a bit washed out colour-wise.

I'm currently checking out camera apps in the hope it improves.

My galaxy s3 was better camera wise.
#25
striker33
Also its pretty embarrassing for any company to still be producing android smartphones with only 16GB base storage. When Android L is out and ART is mainstream, that 10-12GB you can actually use will dry up very quickly. Google made it known a while ago that they hate expandable storage (translation: Apple make a buttload so we want some moolah too), so you're playing with fire in the hope that any large apps will actually transfer over.
Just wondering, have you enabled ART on your phone and checked the storage penalty it imposes? I've seen people comment on the compilation time and speed increses, I've not seen anyone quantify how much extra space it uses.
1 Like #26
striker33
montana78
Amazing phone but I'm holding out for the galaxy note 4. Which will have the same 2560x1440 screen resolution but on a bigger screen :) and 3gb ram opposed to 2gb on this one

It'll also be a far better type of screen as well.

LG are absolutely woeful at making IPS screens.
The G2 screen is brilliant so they're not entirely woeful. They should have stuck with 1080p on the G3.
#27
ElRobinio
striker33
Also its pretty embarrassing for any company to still be producing android smartphones with only 16GB base storage. When Android L is out and ART is mainstream, that 10-12GB you can actually use will dry up very quickly. Google made it known a while ago that they hate expandable storage (translation: Apple make a buttload so we want some moolah too), so you're playing with fire in the hope that any large apps will actually transfer over.
Just wondering, have you enabled ART on your phone and checked the storage penalty it imposes? I've seen people comment on the compilation time and speed increses, I've not seen anyone quantify how much extra space it uses.

From what I've gathered, it's around 20% or so on average in space taken up. Might not seem much for small social networking apps etc, but anyone who stores even 1 or 2 large games on their devices will see a noticeable increase in space taken up.

Of course none of this matters for the best part of the next 6 months or so until LG updates to 5.0.

I switched back to Dalvik due to stability issues as apps arent all updated yet to support it. But the likes of GTA:SA went from 2.4GB install to almost 3GB. At least for me anyway.
#28
Just seen this cheaper at expedite electronics but no idea of they are as reliable as dr
#29
dcx_badass
£455 at Amazon now for the 32GB, obviously much more reliable and no chance of getting destroyed by tax.

http://www.amazon.de/product/dp/B00KKM2UZG/

I have not purchased from Germany Amazon. Will be extra charge if I pay by pounds?
#30
007jamesyuan
dcx_badass
£455 at Amazon now for the 32GB, obviously much more reliable and no chance of getting destroyed by tax.

http://www.amazon.de/product/dp/B00KKM2UZG/

I have not purchased from Germany Amazon. Will be extra charge if I pay by pounds?

I just bought it from Germany Amazon on Saturday evening- and it arrived this morning! So quick!

The total amount with postage comes to 583 euros, this charged my card £463. Amazon allow you to pay in pounds if you want, but their exchange rate wasn't very good, so I think it's best to pay in euros. My debit card didn't get any charges for paying in euros- but some others have reported that their credit cards have been charged a foreign transaction fee- so I'd ask your bank.
#31
Ok received mine, hong kong to uk in 4 days
1 Like #32
Comes with a 1 year warranty from them and bundled in a million sheets of bubble wrap :) really impressed with the phone!
#33
shadders139
007jamesyuan
dcx_badass
£455 at Amazon now for the 32GB, obviously much more reliable and no chance of getting destroyed by tax.

http://www.amazon.de/product/dp/B00KKM2UZG/

I have not purchased from Germany Amazon. Will be extra charge if I pay by pounds?

I just bought it from Germany Amazon on Saturday evening- and it arrived this morning! So quick!

The total amount with postage comes to 583 euros, this charged my card £463. Amazon allow you to pay in pounds if you want, but their exchange rate wasn't very good, so I think it's best to pay in euros. My debit card didn't get any charges for paying in euros- but some others have reported that their credit cards have been charged a foreign transaction fee- so I'd ask your bank.


Yeh egg didn't charge but when Barclays bought them they kindly charge me now. That should be made illegal...really poor customer experience
#34
This is an amazing website, great customer service, I ordered the phone from them and received it within 2 days of my order. One thing to note though, the LG G3 has major shutdown issues, I was not aware of them until I purchased the phone, but I have had this issue 3 times within 5 days of purchase. The issue is similar to the one described here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/help/lg-g3-d855-shutsdown-t2803292

I am in talks with digitalrev customer service to replace this phone as I cannot have it dying on me during calls(already happened twice). Their customer service has been very helpful thus far. If anyone does want to go for the G3 despite the above mentioned issue, I would definitely recommend doing it via DigitalRev.
#35
Best customer service I've ever dealt with (maybe in par with Blackberry). Ordered a camera with a lens for a total of 1200 pounds. The lens developed a fault within a couple of days. Emailed DigitalRev and was dealt with within 24 hours, got full refund and they paid me back for the postage to Hong Kong as well. They are really helpful and much cheaper that UK.

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