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Double Black Galaxy Duvet Set - £5.99 + £3.99 delivery = £9.98 (or free over £10) @ halfcost £9.98

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Only £5.99 for a double, doesn't seem a bad price and free delivery if ordering over £10! £3.99 delivery if under £10 Only 6 left in stock as of posting Read More
Only £5.99 for a double, doesn't seem a bad price and free delivery if ordering over £10! £3.99 delivery if under £10 Only 6 left in stock as of posting
Cestlavie_0 Avatar4h, 11m agoFound 4 hours, 11 minutes ago2 Comments
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OOS now
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ £42 a month on Vodafone 16gb data unlimited minutes/texts upfront cost of £38.99 - mobilephonesdirect £1,046.99

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Hi this seems like a good price on Vodafone for the Galaxy s8+ as you get 16gb data unlimited minutes/texts for £42 a month and £38.99 upfront cost, no messy cashback for the handset, I got mine fro… Read More
Hi this seems like a good price on Vodafone for the Galaxy s8+ as you get 16gb data unlimited minutes/texts for £42 a month and £38.99 upfront cost, no messy cashback for the handset, I got mine fro…
sweetflexx Avatar7h, 46m agoFound 7 hours, 46 minutes ago4 Comments
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a33ie
gbharatkumar
link please
http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/contract-mobile-phones/samsung-galaxy-s8-plus
Scroll down it's the 1st deal offered



That is a cashback deal you must pay £54 per month then attempt to claim cashback each quarter to reach the £38.50 figure
gbharatkumar
link please


http://www.mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/contract-mobile-phones/samsung-galaxy-s8-plus

Scroll down it's the 1st deal offered
a33ie
After a quick look I found it for £38.50 a month on there with no upfront. Same allowance also


link please
After a quick look I found it for £38.50 a month on there with no upfront. Same allowance also
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Amazon Price Glitch - Torro Leather Galaxy S8 and S8+ Cases £10.49

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Amazon currently have an offer on Torro S8 and S8+ cases where you get a free Leather Care Kit if you add both to your basket, but for some reason it's discounting both items, so you end up paying muc… Read More
Amazon currently have an offer on Torro S8 and S8+ cases where you get a free Leather Care Kit if you add both to your basket, but for some reason it's discounting both items, so you end up paying muc…
IndianaBlues Avatar19h, 34m agoFound 19 hours, 34 minutes ago5 Comments
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mchu6am4
No glitch you've already been ripped off with the price of the phone!
That depends on how much much you think I paid for the phone :P
£250?

He may have a point then.
mchu6am4
No glitch you've already been ripped off with the price of the phone!

Just go buy it. Enjoy life.
It's obvious you want one :D
IndianaBlues
That depends on how much much you think I paid for the phone :P


Sorry. I have to side with mchu6am4.

He obviously knows more than you about what you paid. ;)
mchu6am4
No glitch you've already been ripped off with the price of the phone!


That depends on how much much you think I paid for the phone :P
No glitch you've already been ripped off with the price of the phone!
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge refurbished £369.99 @ Argos outlet Ebay

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£369.99 @ eBay
After getting messed around by O2 on the "Like New" deal decided to get a refurbished Galaxy S7 Edge with Argos eBay, 369 seems like an ok deal. Read More
After getting messed around by O2 on the "Like New" deal decided to get a refurbished Galaxy S7 Edge with Argos eBay, 369 seems like an ok deal.
kauyeung Avatar1d, 1h agoFound 1 day, 1 hour ago10 Comments
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zipt
What's wrong with the O2 like new deals?
i ignored the negative feedback about o2 refresh and got the £352 like new deal posted previously. first handset had a small scratch on the screen - replaced within 48 hours. second handset noticed a week or so there was dust on the camera lens (so much for ingress protection or likely it was opened/ repaired.
I was then going to ask for a brand new handset but turned out I didn't need to, they offered it without me needing to ask and I got a the lovely coral blue. o2 customer service was truly excellent.

id say its worth a shot and if you get an issue they will definitely go out their way to sort it.
zipt
What's wrong with the O2 like new deals?


I'm on my second Galaxy S7 with them now and about to return it because they can't unlock it, can't hand it back into an O2 store need to post it back to them !! also they have a "computer says no" customer service.
Dont forget £14.79 back in nectar points on ebay this bank hol ;)
silenceson
Looks like this is a good deal, why so cold? Explain please?

I would guess folks kind of expect it to be brand new for this price now. In the US the price was recently dropped to the equivalent of £380. If I were buying this brand new now I'd want to pay no more than £399 absolute top - I understand that we've yet to see these kinds of prices here though so it might be another month or so yet for us in the U.K.

So if I were buying outright but refurbished I'd want to pay no more than £300 personally. However, in my case I'm prepared to buy it with a SIM contract so £600-700 total over 24 months for a half decent contract and handset is my preference.

Haven't voted either way on this deal though as it's perhaps appealing for some.
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Samsung galaxy s8 black £634.00 from Amazon uk

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£634.00 @ Amazon
Cheapest I have found in the UK from a respected retailer Read More
Cheapest I have found in the UK from a respected retailer
sdayal Avatar1d, 5h agoFound 1 day, 5 hours ago10 Comments
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pazuzu17
When did we start paying upwards of £600 on a mobile phone!? Apple, I know.
When they started having the same features, functions and performance of a desktop computer, Wi-Fi router, digital camera mp3 player that cost about 600 each 10 years ago. If you just want the phone bit you can treat yourself to a Nokia 150. :D

lol, over exaggerated much? and to be fair, you can buy a mobile for half that price or less now that does the exact same things as this and you wont notice a different outside of anaesthetic
pazuzu17
When did we start paying upwards of £600 on a mobile phone!? Apple, I know.


When they started having the same features, functions and performance of a desktop computer, Wi-Fi router, digital camera mp3 player that cost about 600 each 10 years ago. If you just want the phone bit you can treat yourself to a Nokia 150. :D
pazuzu17
When did we start paying upwards of £600 on a mobile phone!? Apple, I know.


I paid £500 for the Nokia N95 ten years ago. It's not that big a shift.
pazuzu17
When did we start paying upwards of £600 on a mobile phone!? Apple, I know.


Since they became smart in 2007
When did we start paying upwards of £600 on a mobile phone!? Apple, I know.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 £518.00 delivered @ Amazon.it using a fee free card

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£518.00 @ Amazon Italy
Now even cheaper than previous. £538.85 if you use Amazons own exchange rate or £518 using a fee free card . Black version but there is a 2-5 week wait. Amazon.it has the same exemplary returns pol… Read More
Now even cheaper than previous. £538.85 if you use Amazons own exchange rate or £518 using a fee free card . Black version but there is a 2-5 week wait. Amazon.it has the same exemplary returns pol…
rhinopaul Avatar1d, 23h agoFound 1 day, 23 hours ago95 Comments
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Sticky24
S8 is selling for 509.99 on eBay, comes from France.
Unless they are an approved seller, the warranty would be invalid.


Interesting one this. I emailed customer services about this. They said phone warranty was off the imei and proof of purchase was not required. As the s8 was so young there could be no doubt about warranty.
Sticky24
S8 is selling for 509.99 on eBay, comes from France.
Probably ones stolen from amazon.it packages :p
Sticky24
S8 is selling for 509.99 on eBay, comes from France.
Unless they are an approved seller, the warranty would be invalid.
S8 is selling for 509.99 on eBay, comes from France.
rdecoratorUK
Azurren
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iDealYou
rdecoratorUK
markymark34
rdecoratorUK
to many pink faulty screens
Was that not a simple software fix?
no I have 5 of this devices all faulty screen , how you can fix faulty screen with software update.
white its pinkish on this device :(
It's not hardware fault. It's a colour miscalibration. This is due material and manufacturing variation.
no nits not once you try adjust color all screen will be wash out from color . you should read first about this fault
There is a variance in colour temperature with these screens. The standard "one calibration fits all" which works fine for most screens leave some S8 phones with a very slight red hue.
Samsungs update to allow users to marginally calibrate their own screens completely fixes this issue. Due to the manufacturing process no two quad HD are the same, trying to shoe-horn them all into the same colour gamut with the same calibration was an error on Samsungs part. Really for the price they're charging they should be calibrating each screen before shipping.
samsung fanboy or what ? faulty means faulty i had 5 of this devices and all more or less faulty.
i have also s7 edge no problem like this so they for sure seling faulty display phones :)
No, just tech savvy. I've owned several android phones in the past which required user display correction (Older Xperia phones) so it's not a big deal to me. Again. I'll reiterate that Samsung should have checked and calibrated these screens before passing QC.

Ironic that you should mention the S7 Edge as these do suffer from poor deign / quality issues and many users (one of my friends included) have a line of pink pixels down the side of the screen. :|
Unlike the S8 this can not be corrected by software
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Samsung DeX Desktop PC Station - £91.07 sold by Amazon (stock 4th June)

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£91.07 @ Amazon
In stock 4th June - cheapest its ever been according to camelcamelcamel Sold by Amazon so eligible for Prime. RRP is £129.99 so a great saving Product Description Experience the power of a deskt… Read More
In stock 4th June - cheapest its ever been according to camelcamelcamel Sold by Amazon so eligible for Prime. RRP is £129.99 so a great saving Product Description Experience the power of a deskt…
nothingbutadam Avatar2d, 5h agoFound 2 days, 5 hours ago4 Comments
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donnyorourke
it's a gimmick...but each to their own...and I'm tempted. I've voted hot too.


It is not a gimmick. Turns your phone into a limited PC .
I really don't understand why people don't just use Smart view to mirror to any tv and off you go, perfect for occasional stuff and free.
it's a gimmick...but each to their own...and I'm tempted. I've voted hot too.
Voted hot
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Free Samsung Galaxy S7 edge + 30GB data and unlimited minutes and text for £32.00pm for 24m, total £768 @ Buymobiles

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£32.00 @ BuyMobiles
On three SIM card for £32 per month you will get: -Free Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Black: Internal Storage 32GB -30GB Data -All-you-can-eat Minutes -All-you-can-eat Texts. Inclusive allowance app… Read More
On three SIM card for £32 per month you will get: -Free Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Black: Internal Storage 32GB -30GB Data -All-you-can-eat Minutes -All-you-can-eat Texts. Inclusive allowance app…
Trending Avatar3d, 19h agoFound 3 days, 19 hours ago6 Comments
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Would be great for me if it was any other network than 3. Can't stand 3!
i only want the phone grrrrrrrr
This deal is still £30 with mobile phones direct, waiting on mine to be delivered.
cold!!! maybe hot if it was an S8
24 × £32 = £768

Edited By: shadey12 on May 26, 2017 06:05: addition
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB Gold UNLOCKED Refurbished - £299.99 @ Music Magpie

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This seems like a good price at the check out 20 pounds will be taken off which makes it £ 299.99 Read More
This seems like a good price at the check out 20 pounds will be taken off which makes it £ 299.99
dulanv123 Avatar4d, 2h agoFound 4 days, 2 hours ago6 Comments
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well 300 for a s7 edge with 12 month guarantee isnt so bad in condition thats usuable broken screen ones making 200 on ebay
In what way is it refurbished? It seems second hand would be a better description
Voted hot. B20 and NFC
Jenn101
I checked the reviews from people who bought from this site on here and on ebay, masses of the phones are faulty, filthy etc - far from the so called state as advertised plus it's a very very long struggle to get a refund...
wow I didn't know that thanks
I checked the reviews from people who bought from this site on here and on ebay, masses of the phones are faulty, filthy etc - far from the so called state as advertised plus it's a very very long struggle to get a refund...
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 99p Amazon Kindle

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£0.99 @ Amazon
Amazing kindle book for amazing price. Read More
Amazing kindle book for amazing price.
heroine Avatar4d, 7h agoFound 4 days, 7 hours ago8 Comments
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If you are looking for the answer to life the universe and everything this is the book for you.
They did the full set for a fiver a while ago, good price for the best book
worthy addition to everyone's library and a steal at 99p
Shame they missed a trick by not pricing this at 42p... :{
Probably in honour of #towelday
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Gold SIM FREE at Ebuyer for £495.59

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Cheapest from a reputable retailer. 5.5" Curved AMOLED Display with 1440x2560 Pixels Snapdragon 820 (2.15GHz) 12MP Rear - 5MP Front Camera 32GB with Micro SD expansion Android 6.0 Marshmallow Read More
Cheapest from a reputable retailer. 5.5" Curved AMOLED Display with 1440x2560 Pixels Snapdragon 820 (2.15GHz) 12MP Rear - 5MP Front Camera 32GB with Micro SD expansion Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Mitster Avatar4d, 11h agoFound 4 days, 11 hours ago15 Comments
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mattster
someone's posted s7 for £349
£349 for a s7 id be interested where from
Tesco Outlet have 1 gold & 1 black sim free left.
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Tesco-Outlet/Home-Electrical-/_i.html?rt=nc&_fsub=1352517014&_sid=983611004&_trksid=p4634.c0.m14&_sop=3&_sc=1
Voted hot
anyone voting HOT on this.. I will sell you my S8 for 70 quid more than this phone... it is not a good deal!
mattster
mmurdoch
mattster
someone's posted s7 for £349
£349 for a s7 id be interested where from


Sainsbury phoneshop. gone oos now


some really good deals on eglobal.
https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/product/Oneplus%203T?subcats=Y&status=A&pshort=Y&pfull=Y&pname=Y&pkeywords=Y&search_performed=Y&q=Oneplus%203T#/category/3832
very tempted to get the OP3T for £320
mmurdoch
mattster
someone's posted s7 for £349
£349 for a s7 id be interested where from


Sainsbury phoneshop. gone oos now
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Samsung Galaxy Tab E and Free Now TV Box for £139.00 using code - Tesco

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There is an offer for a free Now TV Box with the Samsung Tab E and then use code TDX-KYMX for £10 off £149 for just the tablet at Currys and Argos Read More
There is an offer for a free Now TV Box with the Samsung Tab E and then use code TDX-KYMX for £10 off £149 for just the tablet at Currys and Argos
red_devil5 Avatar4d, 12h agoFound 4 days, 12 hours ago6 Comments
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have 2 of these for the kids. No apps installed on SD. Great tab but both mine have an annoying glitch where they reset themselves to 2014 date and Wi-Fi stops. You have to manually put in the date again to get it all working properly again.
I like the look of this, but the 8gb of ROM is a no-no. The wife struggles with 16gb in her Nexus 5X.

Plus I think I'm right in saying that the fact that it's on 5.1 means that apps can't be installed on the SD card either.
Cracking deal.... Been looking for a new tablet and trust Samsung.

Looks like both Now TV are in stock to buy
heat for the first comment ^
I think 500 points not showing up
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Black - £349.00 at Phone shop by Sainsbury's instore

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IP68 Water Resistance 5.1" Super AMOLED screen 12 Megapixel dual-pixel camera Expandable memory up to 200GB 3000mAh battery Exynos 8890 Octacore SIM Free - The price in store will be the same as the… Read More
IP68 Water Resistance 5.1" Super AMOLED screen 12 Megapixel dual-pixel camera Expandable memory up to 200GB 3000mAh battery Exynos 8890 Octacore SIM Free - The price in store will be the same as the…
heatt Avatar4d, 15h agoFound 4 days, 15 hours ago33 Comments
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Yes got mine delivered today
Has anyone received their phones yet?
Some were taken over by EE.
Irrelevant though as you still get a manufacturers warranty, so who cares.
. and they(phoneshop) have just closed their business!
had confirmation samsung s7 phone has been despatched
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Samsung Galaxy J3 8GB £96.99 @ eGlobal Central

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Cheapest I could find
Anonymous786699 Avatar4d, 23h agoFound 4 days, 23 hours ago3 Comments
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99 at vodafone...
Great 1st deal
Cheapest what?
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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 5.7 inch Global Version 6GB RAM 128GB ROM Snapdragon 821 Quad Core 4G Smartphone £350.97 @ Banggood

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Coupon Code: note2128 Final price: £350.97 Details: - Two-sided dual curves: Front + back 3D curved glass - Global LTE bands: 6 types, 37 bands - 5.7" OLED flexible display, 77.2" screen-to-body Read More
Coupon Code: note2128 Final price: £350.97 Details: - Two-sided dual curves: Front + back 3D curved glass - Global LTE bands: 6 types, 37 bands - 5.7" OLED flexible display, 77.2" screen-to-body
Philbertgf Avatar5d, 1h agoFound 5 days, 1 hour ago19 Comments
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Infiltrator
damadgeruk
hamzahuk
Absolutely insane specs for the price, also looks neet asf.
Would buy if I was in the market for a high speced phone.
I like Xiaomi phones though spec/cost looks mediocre compared to http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/letv-le-max-2-5-7-2k-screen-snapdragon-820-6gb-64gb-band-20-x820-179-99-banggood-2699822
though I did post it. :)

A quick Google of reviews for this phone flags up the usual letv issues, poor battery life and problems with the fingerprint sensor.

I now have a mi max and I've just received a redmi note 4 for my wife, in my experience xiaomi are closer than any other manufacturer to building phones that tick all the boxes that the consumer wants - price, spec, performance, battery life, build quality and reliability, the one disappointment being the camera performance. So many manufacturers manage to tick some of the boxes but then fail miserably in some of the really important areas.
It's still a case of deciding what you can live with and live without, no manufacturer has managed to get it completely right yet.



Got to agree. I posted a deal on the leeco a few weeks ago but in the end didn't bite myself due to the reviews being hit and miss. My xiaomi redmi note 3 works great but I want the note 2! Such a 1st world dilemma I hate myself.
damadgeruk
hamzahuk
Absolutely insane specs for the price, also looks neet asf.
Would buy if I was in the market for a high speced phone.
I like Xiaomi phones though spec/cost looks mediocre compared to http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/letv-le-max-2-5-7-2k-screen-snapdragon-820-6gb-64gb-band-20-x820-179-99-banggood-2699822
though I did post it. :)

A quick Google of reviews for this phone flags up the usual letv issues, poor battery life and problems with the fingerprint sensor.

I now have a mi max and I've just received a redmi note 4 for my wife, in my experience xiaomi are closer than any other manufacturer to building phones that tick all the boxes that the consumer wants - price, spec, performance, battery life, build quality and reliability, the one disappointment being the camera performance. So many manufacturers manage to tick some of the boxes but then fail miserably in some of the really important areas.
It's still a case of deciding what you can live with and live without, no manufacturer has managed to get it completely right yet.


Edited By: Infiltrator on May 25, 2017 06:03

The specs on that link are wrong. The Global Version with B20 only comes in 6/128GB. Check Official MI Site page for this phone: http://www.mi.com/en/minote2/specs/. A 4/64GB version with B20 doesn't exist. Also check here: https://www.kimovil.com/en/where-to-buy-xiaomi-mi-note-2 Click on different store links too see how all of them will list the 64GB Mi Note 2 as having no B20. So you have commented on phone with B20 and have provided a link to a non B20 China Version. That's hilarious X)


Doesn't have band 20 or play store as it's the chinese varient. Why would you post something that you moan about in every asian mobile thread?
bloc
Get an lg v20 for less off ebay

V10 was ruined by hopeless battery life, V20 battery is only 10% larger, can't see that transforming the battery life. V10 was also plagued with the boot loop problem, have they solved this on the V20?
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SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S2 9.7” Tablet - 32 GB £319.00 Free delivery @ Currys - Price Match with John Lewis for 2 years Guarantee

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SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S2 9.7” Tablet - 32 GB White / Black / Gold £319 Free delivery @ Currys John Lewis Link: https://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-galaxy-tab-s2-octa-core-exynos-android-9-7-wi-fi-32… Read More
SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S2 9.7” Tablet - 32 GB White / Black / Gold £319 Free delivery @ Currys John Lewis Link: https://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-galaxy-tab-s2-octa-core-exynos-android-9-7-wi-fi-32…
itsvimal Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago6 Comments
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samsung tablets come with a 2 year warranty regardless of where you buy them.
incase you dont have a john lewis nearby, but i think in this case they still send it to samsung to get repaired, so it doesnt really matter.
having said that, samsung are a bunch of gits to deal with directly, so if you can get the retailer to do it, better still.
I'm delighted with mine.....stunningly slim and beautifully made. wonderful screen, fast, excellent battery, nougat upgrade.
Samsung will soon get the kind of hate Apple get...massively, massively overpriced! Apple will always have their fanbase whatever the 'cheap' Chinese brands bring to the market, I reckon Samsung will have to be far more competitive though!
Expensive for a 2 year tablet, but still very good, and just got the Nougat update. And nearly £300 less than the tab s3.
daskapital
£299 in samsung shophttp://www.samsung.com/uk/tablets/galaxy-tab-s2-8-0-t713/SM-T713NZDEBTU/
But why anyone would pay that for a 2 year old tablet is beyond me...
That one in the samsung shop is only 8" but I agree It's overpriced and always has been.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB £32.99 PM £47 Upfront @ EE Retensions £838.76

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EE retention deal Samsung galaxy S8 Unlimited mins, txts and 5gb data 32.99 pm 24 months plus £40 upfront with £6.99 delivery fee I have the conversation recorded if anyone would like to use i… Read More
EE retention deal Samsung galaxy S8 Unlimited mins, txts and 5gb data 32.99 pm 24 months plus £40 upfront with £6.99 delivery fee I have the conversation recorded if anyone would like to use i…
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RustySpoons
Those who got this are lucky. I've been a customer for 20 years. (Since one2one) with 4 lines some years. I couldn't get anything like this from them.
you would have to call them and give them 30 days notice to cancel. Then wait for a phone call to ee. it took them 6 hours to call after I got off the phone
I did, they kept calling stupid times while I was in work, which is their policy I was told.
Try to ring them back and it says "EE tried to call you but don't worry we will call back" Which they never did and then I kept calling them, they said they couldn't put me through to that team and wait for a call. Which I never got.
yeah, thats the problem. You have to make sure you answer when they call
I had to get it unlocked, but it only cost a tenner from ebay

Edited By: MPA83 on May 25, 2017 22:17
DAZZ2000
RustySpoons
DAZZ2000
After the drama I've recently had with their customer services department I've kind of given up staying with EE.
Not had a call from them even though I requested my PAC code. 2 weeks ago. Called them only yesterday and tried to get them to come at least close to a £25/month deal with 3 mobile (s7 edge with unlimited msgs and texts plus 4gb data).
Have been utterly messed about and came away with nothing to show for it but a locked account so I could then not call them in future without going into store. A complete cock up their end which is likely too long to go into.
Actually passed an EE store today and figured I'd go in and try and sort it out. Lovely lass there got my account unlocked and called EE customer services for me. Told them my story of woe, got more apologies and passed to the "upgrades team". They then said they'd do me this great discounted deal of £27.99 for unlimited mins and texts plus 5gb internet. Almost took it off them until they then mentioned they'd discount the handset for me from £499 to £379. Nearly dropped the phone!
I told them I can get that deal from mobile phones direct with the handset free and was told "we can't match them as the handsets don't come from us". So they've kind of forced my hand really. Can't take the online deal with MPD as it means a right load of hassle moving number to another provider then back to EE.
I guess EE are selective on who they call back. They obviously don't want my repeat business. Been with em when it was just T Moble and then had Orange before that. Reckon I've been with em for easily 10 years now. Good if you can get such deals!
The handsets do come from EE, they have EE firmware. And locked to EE.
My S6 from Mobile Phones Direct had an EE sticker on the box.
I'm not surprised; kind of thought I was being fed a line of complete bull shizer!
I even quoted the deals on here and I was told by management it must have been through a third party.
I went with a third party in the end and got the S8+, must say I'm very impressed with it.
RustySpoons
DAZZ2000
After the drama I've recently had with their customer services department I've kind of given up staying with EE.
Not had a call from them even though I requested my PAC code. 2 weeks ago. Called them only yesterday and tried to get them to come at least close to a £25/month deal with 3 mobile (s7 edge with unlimited msgs and texts plus 4gb data).
Have been utterly messed about and came away with nothing to show for it but a locked account so I could then not call them in future without going into store. A complete cock up their end which is likely too long to go into.
Actually passed an EE store today and figured I'd go in and try and sort it out. Lovely lass there got my account unlocked and called EE customer services for me. Told them my story of woe, got more apologies and passed to the "upgrades team". They then said they'd do me this great discounted deal of £27.99 for unlimited mins and texts plus 5gb internet. Almost took it off them until they then mentioned they'd discount the handset for me from £499 to £379. Nearly dropped the phone!
I told them I can get that deal from mobile phones direct with the handset free and was told "we can't match them as the handsets don't come from us". So they've kind of forced my hand really. Can't take the online deal with MPD as it means a right load of hassle moving number to another provider then back to EE.
I guess EE are selective on who they call back. They obviously don't want my repeat business. Been with em when it was just T Moble and then had Orange before that. Reckon I've been with em for easily 10 years now. Good if you can get such deals!
The handsets do come from EE, they have EE firmware. And locked to EE.
My S6 from Mobile Phones Direct had an EE sticker on the box.

I'm not surprised; kind of thought I was being fed a line of complete bull shizer!
DAZZ2000
After the drama I've recently had with their customer services department I've kind of given up staying with EE.

Not had a call from them even though I requested my PAC code. 2 weeks ago. Called them only yesterday and tried to get them to come at least close to a £25/month deal with 3 mobile (s7 edge with unlimited msgs and texts plus 4gb data).

Have been utterly messed about and came away with nothing to show for it but a locked account so I could then not call them in future without going into store. A complete cock up their end which is likely too long to go into.

Actually passed an EE store today and figured I'd go in and try and sort it out. Lovely lass there got my account unlocked and called EE customer services for me. Told them my story of woe, got more apologies and passed to the "upgrades team". They then said they'd do me this great discounted deal of £27.99 for unlimited mins and texts plus 5gb internet. Almost took it off them until they then mentioned they'd discount the handset for me from £499 to £379. Nearly dropped the phone!

I told them I can get that deal from mobile phones direct with the handset free and was told "we can't match them as the handsets don't come from us". So they've kind of forced my hand really. Can't take the online deal with MPD as it means a right load of hassle moving number to another provider then back to EE.

I guess EE are selective on who they call back. They obviously don't want my repeat business. Been with em when it was just T Moble and then had Orange before that. Reckon I've been with em for easily 10 years now. Good if you can get such deals!
The handsets do come from EE, they have EE firmware. And locked to EE.
My S6 from Mobile Phones Direct had an EE sticker on the box.
MPA83
RustySpoons
Those who got this are lucky. I've been a customer for 20 years. (Since one2one) with 4 lines some years. I couldn't get anything like this from them.
you would have to call them and give them 30 days notice to cancel. Then wait for a phone call to ee. it took them 6 hours to call after I got off the phone
I did, they kept calling stupid times while I was in work, which is their policy I was told.
Try to ring them back and it says "EE tried to call you but don't worry we will call back" Which they never did and then I kept calling them, they said they couldn't put me through to that team and wait for a call. Which I never got.
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Black Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 10 GB Data 24 Month Contract EE Nano SIM Card £1,031.76 @ The smarthone company

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this just popped into my inbox looks a cracking deal and its with EE 42.99 per month handset free double speed data is included 6 months apple music and 3 months bt sport also you can use your plan t… Read More
this just popped into my inbox looks a cracking deal and its with EE 42.99 per month handset free double speed data is included 6 months apple music and 3 months bt sport also you can use your plan t…
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samkay12
I don't see the deal
The link does not show any deal at that price
Samkay if you click on the sale tab at the top left hand of the screen you will see the deal there
I don't see the deal
The link does not show any deal at that price
sweetflexx
Not bad at all, I got mine from there sister company mobile phones direct and they sorted me out with a brilliant deal 24gb unlimited minutes/texts on Vodafone with only £7.99 upfront and £42 a month, so I believe this is legit and if you want this device it's worth the punt, mine was a pre order and arived in the advertised 8 days early window lol I got into an argument on another site as I was told it was impossible but I provided evidence and they shut up X)
nice one sweet im thinking of binning my 02 contract ive just got and taking this one.its a great price double speed data with EE up to 60 meg is worth its weight in gold for me
Not bad at all, I got mine from there sister company mobile phones direct and they sorted me out with a brilliant deal 24gb unlimited minutes/texts on Vodafone with only £7.99 upfront and £42 a month, so I believe this is legit and if you want this device it's worth the punt, mine was a pre order and arived in the advertised 8 days early window lol I got into an argument on another site as I was told it was impossible but I provided evidence and they shut up X)
so i expect this to go cold however if just a handful get this ill be well chuffed
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Samsung galaxy tab s2 8 inches £299.00 @ Samsung

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Price drop for Samsung galaxy tab s 2 8 inch It is going to be discontinued soon If you are after this model this is the time to buy John Lewis will re match as I got them to price match Current… Read More
Price drop for Samsung galaxy tab s 2 8 inch It is going to be discontinued soon If you are after this model this is the time to buy John Lewis will re match as I got them to price match Current…
docma Avatar1w, 3h agoFound 1 week, 3 hours ago8 Comments
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I picked up one of these for £190 from CeX and I think that was the right price for this tablet. For the price, its not particularly fast, the fingerprint scanner is slow and the battery is small. What really sets this tablet apart from the competition is the weight. You can use this for ages without your wrist feeling any tension. This is the reason I would choose this over any of the competition.

Edited By: Masteryates on May 23, 2017 10:26
Great tablet and for me better than the iPad, but it is 2 years old, Samsung really take the P.
Unless Samsung think they can launch only a 9.7" Tab S3 and this stays to cover 8".
Sorry, agree with Rich069, this is nearly 2 years old now and well behind the curve now. Afraid to say that Samsung are over inflating the price of their tablet range. It's a shame as I want a new tablet and would rather get a Samsung but cannot justify it at these prices for a product so behind my phone (S7 Edge).
expensive for the 8 inch-nearly 2 years old now.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 £529.99 unlocked - Smarfonestore

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S8 for £529.99 unlocked http://smartfonestore.com/mobile/buy-samsung&model=galaxy s8 S8plus for £549.99 on O2/Vodafone http://smartfonestore.com/mobile/buy-samsung&model=galaxy s8 plus Read More
S8 for £529.99 unlocked http://smartfonestore.com/mobile/buy-samsung&model=galaxy s8 S8plus for £549.99 on O2/Vodafone http://smartfonestore.com/mobile/buy-samsung&model=galaxy s8 plus
son_knee Avatar1w, 6h agoFound 1 week, 6 hours ago7 Comments
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why do i always keep missing these deals. Need a new phone and got my heart set on this or maybe the 1 plus 5
son_knee
S8 Plus... still in stock....

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Colour : Black
Network : O2
Prices From : £549.99
http://smartfonestore.com/mobile/buy-samsung&model=galaxy%20s8%20plus


Do you have any idea if O2 will unlock for me or nah?
all gone? expired
S8 Plus... still in stock....

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Colour : Black
Network : O2
Prices From : £549.99
http://smartfonestore.com/mobile/buy-samsung&model=galaxy%20s8%20plus
yep all oos
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB - £538.99 @ eGlobal Central

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I've never used this company before and honestly dont know what they are like... I'm sure someone will tell me. Seems like a good price though... Read More
I've never used this company before and honestly dont know what they are like... I'm sure someone will tell me. Seems like a good price though...
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Taken the risk and went for this. Hopefully everything goes smoothly and I won't need to claim warranty.

Heat added.
Voted hot. Bought my LG G6 from eGlobal the other week. Arrived in 8 days, no issues at all. Saved me a fair bit so can't complain at all
SFJnet
Rimi
LOL John Lewis has only 1 star by TrustPilot :)https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
Don't take into account these reviews as they not reflect real situation.
Bought many many times from eGlobal and not a single problem.
Do you have to make the same comment on every single eGlobal deal? We get it. Or perhaps you earn a commission from eGlobal every time you copy and paste that same comment. (_;)

And I will in the future. People need to know the truth not stupid reviews on TrustPilot.
Rimi
LOL John Lewis has only 1 star by TrustPilot :)https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
Don't take into account these reviews as they not reflect real situation.
Bought many many times from eGlobal and not a single problem.
Do you have to make the same comment on every single eGlobal deal? We get it. Or perhaps you earn a commission from eGlobal every time you copy and paste that same comment. (_;)
Got my Nexus 5x from there my experience was fine.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 £569.99 @ Smartfonestore

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Samsung Galaxy S8 O2 Grey - £569.99 - Smartfonestore £4.99 delivery Also on Vodafone for same price. S8 plus Also on there for £629.99 - jrw Read More
Samsung Galaxy S8 O2 Grey - £569.99 - Smartfonestore £4.99 delivery Also on Vodafone for same price. S8 plus Also on there for £629.99 - jrw
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kidlightning
This whole fingerprint scanner thing I hear people moaning about is the most over exaggerated problem I've come across. I'm sure people only say it because they're guaranteed to get a few likes from some haters who have never owned the phone. I got the S8 plus on release date and couldn't believe what all the fuss was about, my finger rests perfectly where the fingerprint scanner is and I don't have particularly large hands. If you have smaller hands get the S8 and if you still don't like it then use the facial recognition to unlock. (I have both fingerprint and facial unlocker enabled and mostly the facial scanner unlocks my phone before I have time to touch the fingerprint scanner)


Hows the lag? Any??
anyone got the link for the vodafone deal?
kidlightning
Common.Sense
kidlightning
This whole fingerprint scanner thing
Can a criminal chop off your finger and use it immediately to unlock the phone?
No, I'd tell them my pin before I lost my finger.

If you forgot it, they could just chop off your finger as you cannot forget it!
Common.Sense
kidlightning
This whole fingerprint scanner thing
Can a criminal chop off your finger and use it immediately to unlock the phone?
No, I'd tell them my pin before I lost my finger.
kidlightning
This whole fingerprint scanner thing

Can a criminal chop off your finger and use it immediately to unlock the phone?
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 32GB Black 24month 5GB EE mobiles.co.uk - £35 upfront with code + £27.99pcm / £706.76 total @ uSwitch

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£35 upfront (code vc15off) Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 5GB data £27.99 per month Read More
£35 upfront (code vc15off) Unlimited minutes Unlimited texts 5GB data £27.99 per month
duraysa Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago5 Comments
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Good deal
Ross81
Same price on Three without the £35 upfront and you get a tenner cash back and it's 8gb data via Mobilephones Direct
Which is great for those that don't care about the network. For me, Three has terrible coverage both at home and at work, so I would never get it no matter how good of a deal they were offering.
Same price on Three without the £35 upfront and you get a tenner cash back and it's 8gb data via Mobilephones Direct
barnehurst
Considering its £25 a month elsewhere, this is going Arctic
Do tell.
Considering its £25 a month elsewhere, this is going Arctic
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Galaxy s7 32gb. 6gb data on o2 £736.00 @ CPW

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£29 a month plus £40 upfront. 6gb of data doubled from 3gb when bought online. Still a great phone. Read More
£29 a month plus £40 upfront. 6gb of data doubled from 3gb when bought online. Still a great phone.
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It's May, April fools was last month! X)
Those current BT simo deals put 6Gb at £4.50 pm, so this leaves the handset at £628. The handset is 530 at the mo in John Lewis (climbed 30 in the last week or so!). So it's a go if you can't raise the cash upfront, I suppose, but a no otherwise.
i got a similar deal but with the 8 it was 200 upfront and 30 a month for two years and maybe 42 pounds cash back this was and still is a great handset but id have to say the performance difference im seeing from the s7 to the 8 is brilliant im more than happy.cold here because its just a bit too much money

Edited By: ihatebingo on May 18, 2017 21:04: miss spelt a word
awful price.
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Samsung galaxy s7 24 month contract. £25 per month buymobiles.net £600.00

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All you can eat minutes and texts. 4gb data. Thought this was a reasonable deal. £30 quidco . 24 month contract. £25 per month total cost- £600 less quidco of £30. Read More
All you can eat minutes and texts. 4gb data. Thought this was a reasonable deal. £30 quidco . 24 month contract. £25 per month total cost- £600 less quidco of £30.
tpethick Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago3 Comments
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Not hot for me when it's with 3
Same price at Affordable Mobiles but with £40 quidco.

Quidco pays out if you click through their website via link to the merchant then make a purchase as it tracks your visit. I've had a Quidco account for about 7 years and it's generally pretty reliable, although it should be noted that the cashback isn't guaranteed until it's in your account.
Link not working for me, plus how does quidco work? I keep seeing people say use it to save money but I don't trust "free money" , I also find it odd how contracts for this phone seem to have been getting more expensive the last month or so..



Edited By: Sammyfoxy on May 18, 2017 16:51
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB **£22.50 for first 6 months** Then £45 24 Month Contract 3 Network £129 Upfront Total £1,074.00

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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB **£22.50 for first 6 months** 24 Month Contract 3 Network £129 Upfront Then £45 1GB Data. All-you-can-eat Minutes. All-you-can-eat Texts. 24 month Contract. Included: 1GB Pers… Read More
Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB **£22.50 for first 6 months** 24 Month Contract 3 Network £129 Upfront Then £45 1GB Data. All-you-can-eat Minutes. All-you-can-eat Texts. 24 month Contract. Included: 1GB Pers…
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gadger100
nathan3007
Or you could get this for £1056 - which includes 30gb of data per month and £1 a month less than your deal https://www.buymobiles.net/contract/samsung-galaxy-s8-black/44-essential-30gb-ayce-min-24mths-24
i know its the essential plan but from 15th june all calls and texts in the eu are free anyway arent they? not sure about data yet though.
I think one of the other main selling points of the 'advanced' plan is that it includes personal hotspot aswell!
mrT786
popz14
Vodafone offered me free phone. 4gb unlimited text and calls for £37.50. Still I went with the s7 edge for my upgrade
how much did u agree for S7 edge per month from Vodafone?

1gb unlimited texts and calls. I use less than 500mb a month. £32 for 18months and £10 for 6. Free phone and vr headset.

Edited By: popz14 on May 18, 2017 09:07
nathan3007
Or you could get this for £1056 - which includes 30gb of data per month and £1 a month less than your deal
https://www.buymobiles.net/contract/samsung-galaxy-s8-black/44-essential-30gb-ayce-min-24mths-24


i know its the essential plan but from 15th june all calls and texts in the eu are free anyway arent they? not sure about data yet though.
One of the most laughable posts I've seen in a good while. £45 a month for 1GB of data? Jesus.
Lol. What an awful deal
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Wii (£9.13 @ MusicMagpie) Use code 'MAY20'

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Super Mario Galaxy was a fantastic platforming experience, sending our plucky plumber into space collecting Stars and colourful Star Bits in order to get back to the Mushroom Kingdom. Of course, we we… Read More
Super Mario Galaxy was a fantastic platforming experience, sending our plucky plumber into space collecting Stars and colourful Star Bits in order to get back to the Mushroom Kingdom. Of course, we we…
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voicon
Doubt that, lots from Music Magpie goes hot, I'm guessing it's because 1 post with the May20 code would have been enough not posting it for each game.

I haven't voted either way.


Don't tell me that when you've posted two deals your entire life.
Great game and cracking price. Thanks for sharing :D
Thanks for posting. This is hot as its recognised as the best game on the Wii.
Doubt that, lots from Music Magpie goes hot, I'm guessing it's because 1 post with the May20 code would have been enough not posting it for each game.

I haven't voted either way.
Probably because of the retailer...
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus only £719.00 with Voucher S8PLUSVOUCH40 mobiles.co.uk

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Best deal with a reputable company. Mobiles.co.uk is owned by Carphone Warehouse. They have the galaxy s8+ in both black and grey. Even their standard price is £20 less that RRP, and on top of that… Read More
Best deal with a reputable company. Mobiles.co.uk is owned by Carphone Warehouse. They have the galaxy s8+ in both black and grey. Even their standard price is £20 less that RRP, and on top of that…
mahbubur_rahman1988 Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago9 Comments
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jimbisquitt
robo989
Or just get it from Amazon Italy for about £150 less than this price.
do you know if the one shipped from amazon.it is the international model and will work in the uk?

They split the regions by continents is my understanding. I know for a fact one from amazon.it sold by Amazon will work on UK networks without any need to do anything, works same as UK handset. Cpu also same as opposed to US I think is different.
robo989
Or just get it from Amazon Italy for about £150 less than this price.

do you know if the one shipped from amazon.it is the international model and will work in the uk?
Jamisky
Little tip... There was a Very discount code (20% off) for any purchases (some exclusions) which expired on the 14th of may ( came in a letter in the post to those who didnt make purchases for a while on their accounts )...Nevertheless, I gave Very a call yesterday and told them that my 20% code expired before I had a chance to buy the phone, at first they said there was nothing they could do but after a 20 minute chat with the lady about South Africa etc, she decided to price match the 20% for me,so it worked out as £550.21(+£3.99 for next day delivery) for the s8, and you can use it on the s8plus too (plus I have 12 months to pay it off)...
You can get yourself 600minutes + unlimited texts and 30GB of data for £18 a month directly from three (feel at home, hotspot, wifi on underground , deezer free for 6 months included) (12 months contract) + £60 off quidco, and it works out siginificantly cheaper.
£550 + £18*12 (-£60 off quidco)= £706 over 12 months: and you're not hooked onto a very very long contract...Hope it helps.
No no no to very. One of the worse company to deal with if anything goes wrong and chances are 99.9%
Stay well clear
Little tip... There was a Very discount code (20% off) for any purchases (some exclusions) which expired on the 14th of may ( came in a letter in the post to those who didnt make purchases for a while on their accounts )...Nevertheless, I gave Very a call yesterday and told them that my 20% code expired before I had a chance to buy the phone, at first they said there was nothing they could do but after a 20 minute chat with the lady about South Africa etc, she decided to price match the 20% for me,so it worked out as £550.21(+£3.99 for next day delivery) for the s8, and you can use it on the s8plus too (plus I have 12 months to pay it off)...

You can get yourself 600minutes + unlimited texts and 30GB of data for £18 a month directly from three (feel at home, hotspot, wifi on underground , deezer free for 6 months included) (12 months contract) + £60 off quidco, and it works out siginificantly cheaper.

£550 + £18*12 (-£60 off quidco)= £706 over 12 months: and you're not hooked onto a very very long contract...Hope it helps.
Code now works on S8
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Samsung Qi Quick Charging Station for Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/Note 5/S6 Edge Plus - White £19.90 prime / £23.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Blurp from the site: The official Samsung Qi Quick Charging Station lets you charge your Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Note 5 or S6 Edge+ up to 1.4 times faster than traditional wireless chargers. U… Read More
Blurp from the site: The official Samsung Qi Quick Charging Station lets you charge your Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Note 5 or S6 Edge+ up to 1.4 times faster than traditional wireless chargers. U…
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Good price for genuine samsung wireless pad, I know it doesn't come with a charger but just use the one that came with your phone or one of the 20 others we all have hanging around.
Main charger and cable should really be included for the price, but making the most of the situation we have 3 Samsung mobiles in the house all can fast charge but two with micro USB and one with USB C, so now rather than having to change adapters we just drop the mobile on.

Also be careful you must use the right/original fast charger and cable, i bought two wireless chargers in the earlier, one was not working right (only charged in landscape setup not portrait and even then intermittent) was about to send in back after a bit of testing realized the Samsung USB cable i was using was the issue, replaced with another works perfect.
55derek
Don't forget you still have to buy the super mains charger unit.
Oh?? Really??? Bummer... Returning mine then... Weird that it doesn't comes with that???

Thanks BTW...

Edited By: ah_heng on May 13, 2017 17:01
Don't forget you still have to buy the super mains charger unit.
ah_heng
vassy4u
ah_heng
Wow... So cold!!! Like the weather outside in the middle of May!
Unpredictable UK weather and HUKD :p
Haha.. I wonder if this is cold because the price is too high or it's just a Samsung? :)
A few would have voted cold due to price and the rest followed the cold votes X)
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ Silver/Grey/Black 693Euros at Amazon Italy (sold by Amazon EU Sarl) £588.15

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Been following the amazon Italy S8 deals but always had my eye on the s8+ and its now had a big price drop to 699 euros but shows up 693 at checkout! RRP £779 Works out around £24 a month at the usu… Read More
Been following the amazon Italy S8 deals but always had my eye on the s8+ and its now had a big price drop to 699 euros but shows up 693 at checkout! RRP £779 Works out around £24 a month at the usu…
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JimAye
Got an update via email that due to a delay, delivery will now be 5th to 7th June.
FFS. I fully expect to get the same email soon then. Cant understand why as its in stock and available for immediate delivery if bought now with Amazon.it as the seller, so if its in stock why arent they sending out orders they have already taken. I assume they are hoping folk will cancel their order and they can sell at the higher price.
Got an update via email that due to a delay, delivery will now be 5th to 7th June.
tonyrath24
Won't you have to pay import duties though?
Not yet,but you will after 2 years when Brexit completes.
Ordered a Silver one on13th approx 8pm and it was dispatched on Friday and delivery is due on Tuesday 30th.
JimAye
Ordered mine about 3pm on the 13th.
Subsequently got an email that it would be delivered earlier than expected, between 25th and 29th May, since then nothing and no payment taken yet.
Similar, ordered 13th originally delivery to be sometime in June. The brought forward to 26th to 30th May. Still shows as expected delivery on 30th. Been on chat twice and emailed, they just keep confirming the aim is to deliver it on 30th. Clearly never going to happen as they haven't taken payment and it would take a miracle to deliver it from Italy in 1 working day. I'll go back on chat on Tuesday when it hasn't arrived.

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Samsung galaxy s8 64gb ID mobile £35.99pm for 24mths + £19.99 upfront total £883.75 via Uswitch

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Samsung galaxy s8 64gb on ID mobile through uswitch. 2000 minutes 5000 texts and 4gb of data. £35.99 a month with £19.99 upfront Seems like a decent deal not sure Wat ID mobile are like tempted m…
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iDmobile
monkeyhanger75
ID mobile are abysmal, they cock-up frequently and lie about it - look them up anywhere, they have very bad reviews for their services.
Hi monkeyhander75, we are sorry to hear you have not had a great experience, can you provide us with some further information so we can help?
I relly don't know what you can do to help, my wife was treated very shabbily recently by ID and we've both vowed to avoid ID in future.
At the end of an O2 contract, my wife decided to go SIM only for a few months to let the Samsung S8's price drop a bit on a new contract. She went to our local CPW and selected an ID SIM monthly deal. Activated it on her current Samsung S6 with her PAC code from O2 (to retain her number) and all was well for 3 hours. She got a message saying "sorry you are leaving ID", and called ID up to sort it out as her phone had reverted to PAYG.
35 mins in a queue she got through and was told repeatedly that it would take 5 days to reactivate her monthly account. She did not want to be without her phone number for 5 days and so asked for a PAC code so she could get straight out of this mess. The ID rep then said it would take 6 days to generate a PAC and 3-5 days to sort her monthly service. The wife was quite sure that a PAC code can be generated instantly but the rep was having none of it and wanted the wife to wait 5 days for things to sort themselves out. Half an hour of arguing later (65 mins on the phone total) for a PAC code and she terminated the call and went to CPW. The CPW rep rang ID and asked for a PAC code and was met with the same untrue story that it takes days to get a PAC code The CPW rep told the ID rep that he was lying and a PAC code can be generated instantly. The ID rep relented and gave up the PAC code and my wife ended up with a new contract on an S8 price matched to Mobilephones.co.uk, with the EE network.
No way will we try ID again.

Hi monkeyhander75, it is disappointing to hear that your Wife faced these issues during her short time with iD Mobile, it is alarming to hear that her contact was disconnected without her consent. We appreciate that you do not wish to continue with iD Mobile, however, we would like to feedback your complaint regarding your Customer Service Experience, no customer should be treated in the way you have described. Please message us over on Facebook or Twitter with the full complaint details; we will then escalate this to the Customer Service Team Managers and this will be addressed internally and used to make improvements going forward. Thank you for your time.
iD Mobile.
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monkeyhanger75
ID mobile are abysmal, they cock-up frequently and lie about it - look them up anywhere, they have very bad reviews for their services.
Hi monkeyhander75, we are sorry to hear you have not had a great experience, can you provide us with some further information so we can help?

I relly don't know what you can do to help, my wife was treated very shabbily recently by ID and we've both vowed to avoid ID in future.

At the end of an O2 contract, my wife decided to go SIM only for a few months to let the Samsung S8's price drop a bit on a new contract. She went to our local CPW and selected an ID SIM monthly deal. Activated it on her current Samsung S6 with her PAC code from O2 (to retain her number) and all was well for 3 hours. She got a message saying "sorry you are leaving ID", and called ID up to sort it out as her phone had reverted to PAYG.

35 mins in a queue she got through and was told repeatedly that it would take 5 days to reactivate her monthly account. She did not want to be without her phone number for 5 days and so asked for a PAC code so she could get straight out of this mess. The ID rep then said it would take 6 days to generate a PAC and 3-5 days to sort her monthly service. The wife was quite sure that a PAC code can be generated instantly but the rep was having none of it and wanted the wife to wait 5 days for things to sort themselves out. Half an hour of arguing later (65 mins on the phone total) for a PAC code and she terminated the call and went to CPW. The CPW rep rang ID and asked for a PAC code and was met with the same untrue story that it takes days to get a PAC code The CPW rep told the ID rep that he was lying and a PAC code can be generated instantly. The ID rep relented and gave up the PAC code and my wife ended up with a new contract on an S8 price matched to Mobilephones.co.uk, with the EE network.

No way will we try ID again.
noeltech2000
Id Mobile not good ... beware

Hi noeltech, we are disappointed to see you feel this way. Are you an iD Mobile customer? Is there anything we can help with?
monkeyhanger75
ID mobile are abysmal, they cock-up frequently and lie about it - look them up anywhere, they have very bad reviews for their services.

Hi monkeyhander75, we are sorry to hear you have not had a great experience, can you provide us with some further information so we can help?
2017 and people dealing with ID MOBILE yet !

Seriously ???

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.idmobile.co.uk
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Black/Orchid Grey £541.65 or £521.38 Amazon.IT

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There has been a price drop on Amazon Italy on the galaxy S8. It's now cheap enough to pay in pounds without having to have a 0% fee credit card so I thought it was worth creating a new deal. Price Read More
There has been a price drop on Amazon Italy on the galaxy S8. It's now cheap enough to pay in pounds without having to have a 0% fee credit card so I thought it was worth creating a new deal. Price
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Mine has arrived today. Amazon packaging looks like delivered from a UK depot. it has if undelivered return to Amazon fife. It was delivered with items and packaged identically to other items I had delivered by Amazon today.

No lithium ion battery sticker.

It states for regional lock it should be activated with a European sim (like UK), insert euro sim card to activate phone. Make 5 mins of calls. If a sim card from another region is used the phone may not work and the phone may become locked and need releasing at an samsung service centre.

Inserted my vodaphone sim. It stated it needed to be rebooted in English/UK settings. Which i did took 5 mins and then worked as normal as a new phone or after factory reset would.


I called my house phone for 5 mins and all works fine.

Warranty card states Samsung shall honour all national warranties for the UK, and list uk

It comes with 2 pin plug as expected Adapter and this is fine.

Very nice phone so far and no issues.
skinrush
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revster
Tequila
I like this phone but in few months when Note 8 and OLED iPhone arrive this phone will be murdered.
buy only if you must.
I'd wait, not only you will have option of better phones but this one's price will drop dramatically.
very soon..
the s7 edge is still a far better phone then the iphone 7 plus
My 2 year old Xperia Z3 is better than my iPhone 7. I'm sure iOS used to be the gold standard of mobile OS, but Android probably surpassed it a few years ago.
"It just works" was the one thing I used to hear about Apple products, yet I have far more problems with my iPhone than I've had with any Android phone over the last 4 or 5 years and the interface is horribly clunky by comparison. I think it's just that people are locked into the ecosystem with Apple and need to justify it to themselves somehow.
I had 3 Sony Z3s that all developed faults. The first overheated and turned itself off regularly. The second had a weird red tinge to the display, and with the third, you could see daylight through one of the 'waterproof' port covers. To suggest that the Z3 is better than an iPhone 7 is ridiculous in my opinion and experience.
I'm by no means loyal to Apple or Android either way as I've had loads of different phones, but iOS is by far the more stable and better quality controlled in my experience.

I don't think you'll get any arguments for me on build quality - the iPhone is definitely the best phone I've owned in terms of materials and manufacturing. The Z3 also suffered massively from having a screen that would completely stop working even with the smallest crack.

However, I absolutely maintain that Android as more user friendly in terms of access to functions, choice (less locked content), intuitive user interface and even general App stability these days. I've had far more iPhone apps force close on me in recent times than Android ones - but like with your Z3 hardware, maybe I've been unlucky.
Themadcow
revster
Tequila
I like this phone but in few months when Note 8 and OLED iPhone arrive this phone will be murdered.
buy only if you must.
I'd wait, not only you will have option of better phones but this one's price will drop dramatically.
very soon..
the s7 edge is still a far better phone then the iphone 7 plus
My 2 year old Xperia Z3 is better than my iPhone 7. I'm sure iOS used to be the gold standard of mobile OS, but Android probably surpassed it a few years ago.
"It just works" was the one thing I used to hear about Apple products, yet I have far more problems with my iPhone than I've had with any Android phone over the last 4 or 5 years and the interface is horribly clunky by comparison. I think it's just that people are locked into the ecosystem with Apple and need to justify it to themselves somehow.
I had 3 Sony Z3s that all developed faults. The first overheated and turned itself off regularly. The second had a weird red tinge to the display, and with the third, you could see daylight through one of the 'waterproof' port covers. To suggest that the Z3 is better than an iPhone 7 is ridiculous in my opinion and experience.
I'm by no means loyal to Apple or Android either way as I've had loads of different phones, but iOS is by far the more stable and better quality controlled in my experience.
Seems to have gone up in price.
I thought id give people a little tip... There was a Very discount code (20% off) for any purchases (some exclusions) which expired on the 14th of may ( came in a letter in the post to those who didnt make purchases for a while on their accounts )...Nevertheless, I gave Very a call yesterday and told them that my 20% code expired before I had a chance to buy the phone, at first they said there was nothing they could do but after a 20 minute chat with the lady about South Africa etc, she decided to price match the 20% for me,so it worked out as £550.21(+£3.99 for next day delivery) for the s8, and you can use it on the s8plus too (plus I have 12 months to pay it off)... great offer...
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yum yum galaxy minstrels ive posted this before but its just become viable price wise coming in at 61p per unit.not sure how many are available at this price will monitor and if it gets out of control… Read More
yum yum galaxy minstrels ive posted this before but its just become viable price wise coming in at 61p per unit.not sure how many are available at this price will monitor and if it gets out of control…
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Missed it now £14.85. :(
expire it then
Done. :)
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Missed it now £14.85. :(
expire it then
Missed it now £14.85. :(
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10.66 now
wow wee must be like reverse psychology or something thanks amazon (_;)
10.66 now
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FCBD: Guardians Of The Galaxy (Guardians of the Galaxy (2013-2015)Kindle comic book@ Amazon

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Free comic book sampler of The Guardians of the Galaxy for your kindle. The movies are great, so give the original source material a go. Other free comic book day comics: https://www.amazon.co.uk/… Read More
Free comic book sampler of The Guardians of the Galaxy for your kindle. The movies are great, so give the original source material a go. Other free comic book day comics: https://www.amazon.co.uk/…
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The link to search for more Free Comic Book day books:https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=node%3D362230031&field-keywords=fcbd

You smashed it!. :-)

I had some from that extensive list from wayyy back when ... (22nd July 2015 - 23rd July 2015) allllll of which I've long since forgotten about may I add?, hahahaha.

But the bulk/majority of them I've neither seen, or had before, so yeh, thanx. :-)

And thanx OP too. :-)
EQL
The link to search for more Free Comic Book day books:https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=node%3D362230031&field-keywords=fcbd
I thought these were just samples, I didn't realise that they are full comic books until I found out what FCBD was, Thanks.
damonkey9999
If you search fcbd quite a few free comics come up
Rocket Raccoon is one.
If you search fcbd quite a few free comics come up
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Orchid Grey £599.99 @ ebay (eglobal-central)

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good deal I think for UK purchase? (does say it may be sourced from outside UK, but warranty is provided.) Read More
good deal I think for UK purchase? (does say it may be sourced from outside UK, but warranty is provided.)
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Anyone know if this is a UK version
I've bought from eglobal central many times before. They are a reputable seller and I highly recommend them. For any worries just remember John Lewis has a lower rating on Trustpilot.

Edited By: Multieman on May 11, 2017 10:50: .
Dual sim isn't uk spec so it may also feature snapdragon CPU. Personally I'd prefer UK/Europe spec for the extra.
Items come fro Hong Kong - so grey goods I would assume
565 on Amazon Italy! Just posted!
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samsung galaxy logoAn Introduction to the Samsung Galaxy Range

Korean giant Samsung is one of the biggest telecommunication companies in the UK, thanks to their hugely popular Galaxy range of phones and tablets. Millions of British phone users rely on their Samsung phones every day, and that number is constantly growing thanks to the quality of Samsung’s products. Whether you need a new Samsung phone or you are just getting acquainted with the brand, this buyer’s guide will explain everything you need to know when buying a product in the Galaxy range.

Samsung Galaxy: Advanced Mobile Phones

Samsung have been around for decades (since 1938 in fact), but their mobile phone and tablet business is far newer. Even around the year 2000, Samsung produced relatively few phones, and companies like Ericsson or Nokia were far larger. However, by 2012, Samsung had become the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, largely thanks to their Galaxy collection.

The first Samsung Galaxy phone appeared in 2009, not long after the Apple iPhone. Seeing the potential for smartphones early on, Samsung could see the speed at which the new technology was being embraced by worldwide phone users, so they introduced an all-purpose, high-quality smartphone at a lower price point than Apple’s premium models.

The initial Galaxy was soon followed by the Galaxy S which introduced touchscreen technology, and since then the company has released tens of updates, including the Galaxy S5, S6, S7, A3, and A5. Recent innovations have also seen the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Edge. This so-called “phablet” is the major competitor to the iPhone 7 and features no visible frame around the screen.

In the process of releasing new versions of the Galaxy, Samsung has continually refined the chips they use, with the result that the internal performance of Galaxy phones is among the highest-spec around. And they have also improved the delivery of firmware updates, keeping their Android-based OS up to date and secure.

There have been some hiccups along the way though. Most famously the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which was prone to catching fire, resulting in a massive recall in mid-2016. However, Samsung have weathered that storm, and look set to continue to release high-performance Galaxy devices for years to come.

What Can You Do With a Samsung Galaxy?

Samsung Galaxy devices cover quite a lot of ground, from full-on tablets (like the Galaxy Note) to phablets (like the Edge) and smaller smartphones (like the S7), and different models have different capabilities. As with all high-end smartphones, they can be used to take photos, listen to music, capture videos, stream TV and movies, send and receive e-mails, check social media, send SMS messages and, of course, make phone calls.

Galaxy phones also include features that are specific to Samsung’s devices. For example, they can take advantage of wireless charging, make payments via the Samsung Pay digital wallet, and use Samsung Smart Switch to transfer content across the various cloud-storage systems.

However, at their root, Samsung Galaxy devices are simply high-end versions of basic smartphones and tablets.

The Different Models of Samsung Galaxy Phones on the Market

If you’re a committed Samsung fan, or you’re just checking out their products for the first time, you’ll find a wide range of phones and phablets to choose from. Here are some of their most popular models:

  • The Samsung Galaxy S5 - Introduced in 2014, the S5 (unsurprisingly) built upon the S4 and is a medium sized touchscreen smartphone. Innovative new features included a heart rate monitor (handy for fitness lovers), IP67 water resistance, a fingerprint scanner, the ability to film in high definition 4K, HDR photos, USB 3.0 compatibility and a more efficient battery than ever before.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S6 - Unveiled in March 2015, the S6 came as an S6 smartphone or an S6 Edge phablet. This time around, customers could enjoy faster charging, smart management of RAM and disk storage and more custom themes, along with a generally leaner interface that improved performance. The camera was improved from the S5, as was the fingerprint reader. It all added up to a well-received product, which sold more units in its first month of sales than the S5 did in its lifetime. However, it's worth noting that the S6 did fall down in one respect: it isn't waterproof. So if you need a rainproof model, look elsewhere.
  • The Samsung Galaxy S7 - the most recent iteration of S range of Galaxy devices, the S7 comes in S7, S7 Edge and S7 Edge+ varieties and was released in early 2016. The camera has been refined to improve the autofocus and deliver better photos at low light levels, the phone is more water resistant and supports up to 256GB of extra SD disk storage.
  • The Samsung Gallery A Series - In this case, the A refers to “Android”, and the first of the series arrived in 2014. Designed to be slightly more affordable than the S range, the various phones in the A range did almost everything the S range could do, while costing substantially less.
  • The Samsung Gallery J Series - Often thought of as the budget version of the Galaxy, the J series has been around since 2013, but really hit its stride with the J5, released in 2015. More basic than the S and A range, but much cheaper, the J series is an ideal entry level smartphone.

Along with these conventional smartphones, Samsung have also carved out a niche for themselves as the leading phablet manufacturer in the world, including:

  • The Samsung Galaxy Edge - As noted above, the S6 and S7 came in Edge and Edge+ varieties (with the plus denoting a slightly larger screen size). What sets these devices apart is their wraparound screens, which do away with the need for a bezel, creating a much larger screen size, while keeping the overall weight of the phone low. The processing capabilities and all-round quality of the Edge led them to be branded as “phablets”, halfway between a tablet and a smartphone, making them a hit with professionals who need a conveniently sized device, but one with the power to handle documents, audio and video processing.

    samsung galaxy s6 edge

Samsung Galaxy Smartphones: Specifications

So, that’s the basic range of Samsung Galaxy phones, or at least the most recently released models. It might help to drill down a little into their specifications, to get a feel for how the major models differ.

The Samsung S6

  • Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 0.7cm
  • Weight: 138g
  • Operating system: Android 5.0.2 Lollipop
  • CPU: Octa-core 64-bit 14 nm
  • GPU: Mali-T760 MP8
  • Memory: 3GB LPDDR4
  • Storage options: 32, 64, 128GB
  • Display size: 5.1 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 16MP Sony Exmor RS IMX240
  • Front Camera: Samsung ISOCELL S5K4E6 5MP
  • Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5GHz)
  • Battery life: Around 17 hours

The Galaxy A5 (2017 edition):

  • Dimensions: 15 x 7 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 157g
  • Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Octa-Core 1.9GHz
  • GPU: Mali-T830MP3
  • Memory: 3GB RAM
  • Storage options: 32GB UFS, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.2 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 16MP, f/1.9, 27mm, autofocus, LED flash, Front Camera: 16MP, f/1.9, 1080p
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 16 hours

Samsung Galaxy A

And the Galaxy J5:

  • Dimensions: 15 x 7.2 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 159g
  • Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53
  • GPU: Adreno 306
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Storage options: 16GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.2 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 13MP, f/1.9, 28mm, autofocus, LED flash, Front Camera: 5MP, f/1.9, LED flash
  • Bluetooth 4.1 and Wi-fi: 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 18 hours

The Samsung Galaxy S7:

  • Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 152gsamsung galaxy s7 s7 edge
  • Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Octa-core (4x2.3GHz Mongoose & 4x1.6GHz Cortex-A53)
  • GPU: Mali-T880 MP12
  • Memory: 4GB LPDDR4 RAM
  • Storage options: 32GB UFS, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.1 inches (13cm)
  • Rear Camera: 12MP Samsung ISOCELL S5K2L1 or Sony Exmor RS IMX260
  • Front Camera: Samsung S5K4E6 5MP, f/1.7 aperture
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 22 hours

Finally, the most recent Galaxy Edge (the S7 Edge):

  • Dimensions: 15.1 x 7.2 x 0.77cm
  • Weight: 157g
  • Operating system: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • CPU: Quad-core (2x2.15GHz Kryo; 2x1.6GHz Kryo) or Octa-core (4x2.3GHz Mongoose & 4x1.6GHz Cortex-A53)
  • GPU: Adreno 530 or Mali-T880 MP12
  • Memory: 4GB RAM
  • Storage options: 32/64/128GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.5 inches
  • Rear Camera: 12MP, f/1.7, 26mm, phase detection autofocus, OIS, LED flash, Front Camera: 5MP, 1/4.1" sensor size, 1.34mm pixel size, f/1.7, 22mm, dual video call, Auto HDR
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • Battery life: Around 27 hours

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge

Different Models of Samsung Galaxy Tablet

Along with the various Samsung Galaxy smartphones and phablets we’ve already looked at, the Korean company also offers some slick Galaxy tablets that compare favourably with Apple’s iPad range. The two main varieties available include:

samsung galaxy tab pro s

  • The Galaxy Note - As noted above, the Galaxy Note has had its problems, but it is well established as a leading high-end smartphone/tablet. Available since 2011, the Note has built its sales pitch around the use of stylus pens to interact with its touchscreen. Every single model includes a specially adapted stylus as part of the package, and the screen has been refined over the years to provide a reliable, responsive tool for writing and freehand drawing. Since 2014, the Note has also been available in an Edge variety, without the bezel, just like Samsung’s galaxy smartphones. At the moment, you can’t get hold of a Galaxy Note 7, due to the product recall, but you will find deals for Note 6s and there may also be upcoming offers for the new Galaxy Note 8, which is scheduled for release in the near future.
  • The Galaxy Tab - More of a classic tablet size than the hybrid Galaxy Note, the Tab has been around since 2010 and is a high-performance Android tablet. More recent versions like the Galaxy Tab ProS and the Tab A 10.1 feature 10 inch displays, Windows interfaces and the ability to pair tablets with phones.

Samsung Galaxy Tablets: Specifications

Samsung’s tablets tend to be at the higher end of the tablet market, and are particularly useful because of their compatibility with Microsoft Windows. Routinely praised for their speed, stylus performance and battery life, they are a great option for creative professionals who see the appeal of jotting down work notes or diagrams as they go, and they are also ideal for students.

Here are the basic specifications of the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, 2016’s iteration of the Galaxy tablet series:

  • Dimensions: 25.4 x 15.5 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 525g
  • Operating system: Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • CPU: Octa-core (4x1.6GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.0GHz Cortex-A53)
  • GPU: Mali-T830 MP2
  • Memory: 2 or 3GB RAM
  • Storage options: 16/32GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 10.1 inches
  • Rear Camera: 8MP, f/1.9, autofocus, LED flash, Front Camera: 2MP, f/2.2, 1080p video
  • Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
  • 3.5mm stereo jack included

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S

Things to Think About Before Buying Samsung Galaxy Products

There’s little doubt that Samsung’s Galaxy range is right at the top of the current crop of smartphones and tablets (and phablets too for that matter). However, that doesn’t mean you should rush out to make a purchase. The tech market is incredibly competitive, with a wide range of price points.

Generally speaking, the choice boils down to Apple or Samsung for many people. On the plus side, Samsung offers Android phones, which makes them easier to customise and provides access to the huge Google Play database. Their designs tend to be reliable (though so do Apple’s) and their latest phones always keep pace with innovation. You can be sure that the next wave of Samsung Galaxy phones will have easy electronic wallet functions and slicker interfaces because it’s a key part of their corporate approach.

However, few of these things differentiates Samsung much from Apple. The truth is that a Samsung Galaxy S7 is very similar to an iPhone 7 in most respects. This includes their relatively high price. That’s fine if you are willing to pay extra for a top of the range phone, but there’s no real need. Lower spec Galaxy phones like the J range are ideal for everyday users, so leave the S phones for professionals and show-offs. You can save hundreds of pounds by simply choosing a phone that does what you need it to do, and nothing more.

How and When to Buy Your Next Samsung Galaxy

Whether you are purchasing a turbocharged S7, a nifty little J5 or a Tab for business use, choosing the right vendor to buy your Samsung Galaxy device from is essential.

The first thing to do is to check the HotUKDeals listings and find out which merchants in your area are running Samsung Galaxy deals. Typically, you’ll find offers from high street names like Currys, Carphone Warehouse, Tesco, Argos and many other shops. Then, visit the store, ask about the phone and decide whether it has the features you need.

Double check the HotUKDeals listings at this point: there may be online sellers like Amazon, uSwitch, Very or the official Samsung shop at www.samsung.com offering deals that undercut high street shops. When you’ve found a deal you like, just use our portal to head to the purchasing page.

If you can hold out until Black Friday in late November, it’s a great time to make your purchase. Retailers (and Samsung themselves) will cut their prices as the festive buying season nears, so be sure to check the listings regularly.

Find Great Samsung Galaxy Offers at HotUKDeals

Whether you need a high spec tablet, a top of the line smartphone or a budget phone with the capabilities of a much more expensive model, the Samsung Galaxy range could be for you. You’ll find deals on every kind of Galaxy model at HotUKDeals, so bookmark our Samsung Galaxy listings. There’s no better way to cut the price of upgrading your mobile devices.