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UMIDIGI C NOTE 2 5.5 inch 4GB RAM 64GB ROM MTK6750T Octa core 4G Smartphone £102.38 - banggood

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Available for pre-order in blue or black. A lot of phone for the money, includes full HD screen, Octa core processor, 4GM RAM and 64GB memory. No NFC. Read More
Available for pre-order in blue or black. A lot of phone for the money, includes full HD screen, Octa core processor, 4GM RAM and 64GB memory. No NFC.
jamie_nx01 Avatar1d, 15h agoFound 1 day, 15 hours ago10 Comments
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eraldo
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With respect to OP, the MALI-T720 MP2 GPU is pretty slow. You'd be better off with the Xiaomi Redmi note 4 for the same price, if you don't mind slumming it with only 3GB of RAM and half the storage.
From the benchmarks, it looks like the Redmi has between 2-3 times the graphical performance of the UMI.Adreno 506 benchmarks.Mali T720 MP2 benchmarks.
The Antutu scores between both devices also show a marked difference:UMI scores around 40K.Xiaomi scores around 85K.
It will play everything currently available on android today perfectly well with no issues. Next time just lead with that and end with that because thats all anyone needs to know, benchmarks dont mean jack in the real world.
Thanks, but I prefer to provide evidence for my assertions so people can make their own minds up. Benchmarks, especially when I provided multiple ones; e.g. antutu and 3d mark etc. show the difference between these two chipsets perfectly adequately.
Some of the gaming benchmarks also list the fps of specific games, to provide a direct comparison, so I'm not sure how that kind of information 'means jack'.
So I'll keep on putting a bit of effort in to find out about stuff and actually be helpful and you can do your bit by not presuming to tell me how to present my opinions.
My evidence is having owned a device with a mali t-720 gpu and it played everything i threw at it. You can very rarely adjust graphics performance on android games so quoting benchmarks proving you can get a better gpu that wont do anything more for you or anyone else is pointless. Benchmarks are not representative of real world performance and not evidence and is not proof of the difference between 2 gpus. Real world gaming performance is what does this so keep that in mind before throwing your worthless opinion out to people looking for a new device. You put no such effort in, googling for some benchmarks is neither helpful nor useful it does not tell the end user anything about the potential performance of that gpu while they use it in the real world, im aware some benchmark sites do that, thats because they recognise the need for such things its too bad you couldnt be bothered to provide that information which would actually have been relevant.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPFllgP3V7M
Plenty more videos out there showing this gpu running the latest and or most demanding games on the market without issues thats proof not a benchmark.

Well, I own a device with a T760 mp2, which performs a little better than the T720 and I can tell you that it certainly doesn't play everything that I throw at it at great frame rates. Games like MKX and other heavy 3D titles lag quite poorly at 1080p.

If you actually went down the pages a bit on those benchmarks, you'd find that it provides average fps values for actual games like "Dead Trigger 2", which indicate 47fps vs 35 on the Mali, so that's pretty representative.

Both phones are also too new and perhaps not mainstream enough for review sites to have tested both these devices with unified gaming test that include all the relevant details. Most reviews are just youtube vids that give you just a flavour of how they play. Since there's no real fact in that, I didn't include them.

I'm not sure that what the San Andreas video was proving either, as it doesn't show fps or mention if the resolution is 720 or 1080 or what CPU was attached. Moreover if you look at the footage around 0:46 - 0:55 then you can see that it's running like ass, maybe 12fps. So, not the best evidence to prove how good it is.

There are other factors like this SoC uses 28nm process instead of 14nm of the Redmi, so you've got power consumption and heating issues too. The mali T7xx GPUs were well known to throttle badly with extended gaming due to heating. My own T760 does that in spades.

If your evidence is "I had a phone with it once and it ran gud" plus a janky youtube video with no details then good luck to you with that way of living your life.




Edited By: thekanester on Jul 27, 2017 13:57
thekanester
eraldo
thekanester
With respect to OP, the MALI-T720 MP2 GPU is pretty slow. You'd be better off with the Xiaomi Redmi note 4 for the same price, if you don't mind slumming it with only 3GB of RAM and half the storage.
From the benchmarks, it looks like the Redmi has between 2-3 times the graphical performance of the UMI.Adreno 506 benchmarks.Mali T720 MP2 benchmarks.
The Antutu scores between both devices also show a marked difference:UMI scores around 40K.Xiaomi scores around 85K.
It will play everything currently available on android today perfectly well with no issues. Next time just lead with that and end with that because thats all anyone needs to know, benchmarks dont mean jack in the real world.
Thanks, but I prefer to provide evidence for my assertions so people can make their own minds up. Benchmarks, especially when I provided multiple ones; e.g. antutu and 3d mark etc. show the difference between these two chipsets perfectly adequately.
Some of the gaming benchmarks also list the fps of specific games, to provide a direct comparison, so I'm not sure how that kind of information 'means jack'.
So I'll keep on putting a bit of effort in to find out about stuff and actually be helpful and you can do your bit by not presuming to tell me how to present my opinions.

My evidence is having owned a device with a mali t-720 gpu and it played everything i threw at it. You can very rarely adjust graphics performance on android games so quoting benchmarks proving you can get a better gpu that wont do anything more for you or anyone else is pointless. Benchmarks are not representative of real world performance and not evidence and is not proof of the difference between 2 gpus. Real world gaming performance is what does this so keep that in mind before throwing your worthless opinion out to people looking for a new device. You put no such effort in, googling for some benchmarks is neither helpful nor useful it does not tell the end user anything about the potential performance of that gpu while they use it in the real world, im aware some benchmark sites do that, thats because they recognise the need for such things its too bad you couldnt be bothered to provide that information which would actually have been relevant.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPFllgP3V7M

Plenty more videos out there showing this gpu running the latest and or most demanding games on the market without issues thats proof not a benchmark.

Edited By: eraldo on Jul 27, 2017 12:47
eraldo
thekanester
With respect to OP, the MALI-T720 MP2 GPU is pretty slow. You'd be better off with the Xiaomi Redmi note 4 for the same price, if you don't mind slumming it with only 3GB of RAM and half the storage.
From the benchmarks, it looks like the Redmi has between 2-3 times the graphical performance of the UMI.Adreno 506 benchmarks.Mali T720 MP2 benchmarks.
The Antutu scores between both devices also show a marked difference:UMI scores around 40K.Xiaomi scores around 85K.
It will play everything currently available on android today perfectly well with no issues. Next time just lead with that and end with that because thats all anyone needs to know, benchmarks dont mean jack in the real world.

Thanks, but I prefer to provide evidence for my assertions so people can make their own minds up. Benchmarks, especially when I provided multiple ones; e.g. antutu and 3d mark etc. show the difference between these two chipsets perfectly adequately.

Some of the gaming benchmarks also list the fps of specific games, to provide a direct comparison, so I'm not sure how that kind of information 'means jack'.

So I'll keep on putting a bit of effort in to find out about stuff and actually be helpful and you can do your bit by not presuming to tell me how to present my opinions.


Edited By: thekanester on Jul 27, 2017 01:56: More
thekanester
With respect to OP, the MALI-T720 MP2 GPU is pretty slow. You'd be better off with the Xiaomi Redmi note 4 for the same price, if you don't mind slumming it with only 3GB of RAM and half the storage.
From the benchmarks, it looks like the Redmi has between 2-3 times the graphical performance of the UMI.Adreno 506 benchmarks.Mali T720 MP2 benchmarks.
The Antutu scores between both devices also show a marked difference:UMI scores around 40K.Xiaomi scores around 85K.

It will play everything currently available on android today perfectly well with no issues. Next time just lead with that and end with that because thats all anyone needs to know, benchmarks dont mean jack in the real world.

Edited By: eraldo on Jul 26, 2017 22:08
is there any support for this device in the UK. As the lack of support for when chinese phones go wrong is the biggest problem.
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Galaxy Duet 95g bars now 50p (reduced from £1 each) @ Poundstretcher

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Choice of three flavours : Caramel & Shortcake,Cookies and Cream or Toffee and Popcorn...BBE dates were October 2017 onwards Found in Welwyn Garden City branch today Read More
Choice of three flavours : Caramel & Shortcake,Cookies and Cream or Toffee and Popcorn...BBE dates were October 2017 onwards Found in Welwyn Garden City branch today
theatrical Avatar3d, 23h agoFound 3 days, 23 hours ago3 Comments
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Been buying these in Poundstretcher Swansea stores for a while now. I think I've seen some other flavours too.
It is national. Pound stretcher the masters at buying bulk short dated stock
I do hope this is National! Good spot op!
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Samsung Gear S3 Classic Smartwatch £289.99 @ Amazon (Sold by {Canal} - UK - and Fulfilled by Amazon.)

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At last a deal for the S3 Classic!! Samsung Gear S3 Classic smartwatch @ Amazon Cheapest price I've seen for this smartwatch! Also Samsung Pay has just been released for the watch too: https://www… Read More
At last a deal for the S3 Classic!! Samsung Gear S3 Classic smartwatch @ Amazon Cheapest price I've seen for this smartwatch! Also Samsung Pay has just been released for the watch too: https://www…
ivrytwr3 Avatar4d, 3h agoFound 4 days, 3 hours ago11 Comments
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wakkaday
Can you root install android wear
I think I recall reading people who did that.
All gone!
Can you root install android wear
Prosamuraiman
There's no need to call the watch promiscuous.

Ha, VERY good. Gave me a laugh, thank you. :D
Skymonkey
I've got the S3... The bezel seems a little loose.


There's no need to call the watch promiscuous.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus - Grey - Locked to Vodafone / Lebara - Brand New £579.99 (3 in stock) @ Smartfonestore

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Comes with all original phone accessories, however it is locked to Vodafone/Lebara, so if you use one of these two, it's a pretty decent deal. Warranty & Returns: We provide a free 10 day no qui… Read More
Comes with all original phone accessories, however it is locked to Vodafone/Lebara, so if you use one of these two, it's a pretty decent deal. Warranty & Returns: We provide a free 10 day no qui…
AadilF1 Avatar4d, 4h agoFound 4 days, 4 hours ago15 Comments
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SirSousa
I brought one when it was saying 1 in stock and today received an email saying that there was an error with the website and over sold the phone. I discussed this with customer services and managed to get one sent out to me in black and unlocked so was really impressed.

That's great dude! Really happy for you :)
I brought one when it was saying 1 in stock and today received an email saying that there was an error with the website and over sold the phone. I discussed this with customer services and managed to get one sent out to me in black and unlocked so was really impressed.
phoenix198
ppw373
phoenix198
Out of curiosity, what would it take to unlock this?
Approx £10 to unlock these on eBay so still worth it...item 162570967105
Thank you! :)

OOS :(
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phoenix198
Out of curiosity, what would it take to unlock this?
Approx £10 to unlock these on eBay so still worth it...item 162570967105

Thank you! :)
rhodyate
can someone persuade me to switch from apple to samsung S8, I feel that Apple are starting to take the weeee
You really really really need to switch from Apple to Samsung mate as it smells like Apple have already started to take the weee.
Does this help?
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Go Binge & Pay half price until 2018 on All Apple iPhones & The Samsung Galaxy Range @ Three

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Don't Know If This Has Already Been Posted Or Not Could Not See It Go Binge & Pay half price until 2018 Enjoy 6 months half price, and Go Binge on selected new plans. That’s the first 6 o… Read More
Don't Know If This Has Already Been Posted Or Not Could Not See It Go Binge & Pay half price until 2018 Enjoy 6 months half price, and Go Binge on selected new plans. That’s the first 6 o…
leeds_united_afc Avatar1w, 4h agoFound 1 week, 4 hours ago2 Comments
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I went to have a look, but after the fourth "do you need help" popup I decided the only help I needed was to look somewhere else!
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ 64GB Midnight Black/Grey 5Gb with EE @ Affordablemobiles.co.uk via Uswitch. £164.99 upfront £32.99 pm total = £956.75

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My First Deal. Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB Midnight Black/Grey 24M Contract, 5Gb, Unl Mins, Unl Text, BT Sport 3 Mnths, 6 Mnths Apple Music £164.99 upfront £32.99 pm total = £956.75 Cheapest deal Read More
My First Deal. Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus 64GB Midnight Black/Grey 24M Contract, 5Gb, Unl Mins, Unl Text, BT Sport 3 Mnths, 6 Mnths Apple Music £164.99 upfront £32.99 pm total = £956.75 Cheapest deal
sanj69uk Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago11 Comments
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I'm a Samsung Galaxy fan. I've had or have them all from i9000 to my current s7. Sorry, but £1000 mobile plan isnt a good deal for me. This deal costs a huge amount.
malky39
exciton
Isn't that for the S8 and not the S8+?
Yes I stand corrected apologies for not reading the post properly
Go sit in the naughty corner for 8+ minutes.
Heat - great deal for S8 Plus
-103 and this is actually a great current deal for the S8 Plus. People really should read posts first. It is worth noting though that it would probably be worth waiting until the Note 8 is officially announced/released then hopefully the price of this will drop.
exciton
Isn't that for the S8 and not the S8+?
Yes I stand corrected apologies for not reading the post properly
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Samsung Galaxy J3 2 GB data, unlimited mins at £11 a month with £19 upfront (possible £63 cashback from tcb) - Term £264 £285.00

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A good smartphone at low monthly cost with unltd mins and 2 GB data. Seems a good deal with possible £ 63 cashback from top cash back ... £ 264 over 24 months and with tcb it works out at £ 220 Read More
A good smartphone at low monthly cost with unltd mins and 2 GB data. Seems a good deal with possible £ 63 cashback from top cash back ... £ 264 over 24 months and with tcb it works out at £ 220
vamsivin Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago5 Comments
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jenmumof5
ive been looking at this phone for my 12 yo's birthday in a few weeks. This seems a good deal but ive also looked at getting a sim free version for £125 direct from samsung and then the £5 per month plusnet offer thats on hukd at the mo. You only get 1000 mins, 1000 texts and 1.5gb of data but its guaranteed £245 for 2 years or £185 for 1 year. also with a possible 10% with tcb so another tenner.
Just something to consider for someone who wants a cheap little phone and contract
- above explained deal looks good as well.
ive been looking at this phone for my 12 yo's birthday in a few weeks. This seems a good deal but ive also looked at getting a sim free version for £125 direct from samsung and then the £5 per month plusnet offer thats on hukd at the mo. You only get 1000 mins, 1000 texts and 1.5gb of data but its guaranteed £245 for 2 years or £185 for 1 year. also with a possible 10% with tcb so another tenner.
Just something to consider for someone who wants a cheap little phone and contract

Edited By: jenmumof5 on Jul 18, 2017 12:02
only 8gb internal memory useless if you install a load of apps
manicmidlander
Think this has a £19 upfront fee too - can you confirm ?
Yes, and thanks for it. Updated it now.
Think this has a £19 upfront fee too - can you confirm ?
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Samsung galaxy S8 10GB with EE for £37.99p/m £911.76 term (£84 cashback available) - mobile phones direct

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Hello, It's my first post here, so I'm really sorry if this isn't up to the standard. Mobile phones direct "prime day" promotion gives Free 64GB Galaxy S8 with EE 10GB data for 34.49 per month and… Read More
Hello, It's my first post here, so I'm really sorry if this isn't up to the standard. Mobile phones direct "prime day" promotion gives Free 64GB Galaxy S8 with EE 10GB data for 34.49 per month and…
HUKD69 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago27 Comments
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Just got this deal.
Did a few searches for galaxy deals which saves tracking data into phone browser.
Go onto news websites (sun/star/local rag) and advert pops up with offer.
https://image.ibb.co/dS8wN5/IMG_6596.png
Searching for deal on website does not work, only available via advert pop up.
fahed2000
Anyone that got this deal know if the phones come locked or unlocked. I'm just curious if they come locked and if so do they lock to the first inserted sim card.
Deal seems to still be active through the link. I ordered the S8+ with 8gb and it turned out to be unlocked. I'm glad I took the deal. Thanks OP
ibrahim33233
£900 for a handset with 3000mAh battery Vs Lenovo P2 £200 phone with 5100 mAh battery!

EE retentions matched the 37.99/month for 10gb for me recently. Didn't do it on "prime day" so didn't have the cashback to negotiate with though. Still very pleased with the deal; EE prices for the S8 are insane.

S8 a replacement for the S5 for me. I've always been very cynical of "flagship" phones and whether or not they offer worthwhile upgrades or are just a numbers pi55ing contest. Hence I've kept the S5 for 3 years.

Turns out it's the former. This thing is ridiculous. It's the perfect size. Its the most lustworthy gadget in looks I've ever had. I'm getting 6-6.5 hours of screen on time as well. I'd get 3.5 on the S5 with the same use. It dropped 3% battery in the last 8 hours. If you need to charge partway through the day you're either using it for 7 hours straight or you've got rubbish reception; in which case there is no phone that's going to last long enough.

I don't really understand why these deals on the S8 keep being marked cold. The S7 is a year old and pretty much the same price.
Anyone that got this deal know if the phones come locked or unlocked. I'm just curious if they come locked and if so do they lock to the first inserted sim card.
ibrahim33233
I got your point but I've used apple, Samsung and other brands like everyone else and they hit your pocket big time and claims "faster" and "lighter" "thinner" in their over hyped announcements! And their all latest devices makes your video and browsing time a second faster than other phones! I think battery life is the crucial factor, imagine world's most powerful phone with half day's battery!!
You're pretty much spot on there. I use my Samsung quite a bit, it's an awesome phone, but two full charges a day, and no replaceable battery? That's not good enough for a £1000 telephone in my opinion, but that's how much it cost me
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Samsung galaxy S8 unlocked £477.99 @ eglobalcentral

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Lowest I've seen this product for, seems like a good deal to me! Use Code: JULY599 for £5.99 off. - cutthroat_jake Use Code: JULY10TD for £10 off and 2.62% Topcashback - cutthroat_jake Read More
Lowest I've seen this product for, seems like a good deal to me! Use Code: JULY599 for £5.99 off. - cutthroat_jake Use Code: JULY10TD for £10 off and 2.62% Topcashback - cutthroat_jake
Scistudy Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago43 Comments
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Not saying it's bad yet, but I ordered on the 17th and I am still awaiting the order to go from "Processing" to shipped or whatever status is next. I emailed them late last Friday, not yet heard back, so not impressed with support as two work days should really be maximum (and with this being a big online business I almost expect them to work beyond Mon to Fri as well). I'm hoping for an update soon, technically I should have had the phone delivered today or tomorrow (rather disappointing experience so far).

Edited By: Striker21 on Jul 25, 2017 16:18: spelling
I ordered this on 17th july, they said delivery will be around 1 week. They said id get updates about tracking delivery 3 days later, so far i have nothing, i contacted them and after 4 more days i still havn't got a reply. Quite worried about this now. They were quick to reply to my question when i was thinking of buying it, now they have my money? They dont seek to care!
HoofingNinja
If look at the model #, it's the one from South East Asia/Pakistan. So it will 100 work in the U.K on all networks. My only trepidation is registering the standard 2 year warranty with Samsung in the U.K. Despite it being in general, £200 cheaper, it ain't worth it without the warranty. I may just pay the £578.00 from the U.K Amazon seller, as it has model: SM-G950FZKABTU, which I believe to be Global. It gives better piece of mind, and still is in general, £100 cheaper.


Making me regret buying it now with no warrenty, i knew i rushed it confused
If look at the model #, it's the one from South East Asia/Pakistan. So it will 100 work in the U.K on all networks. My only trepidation is registering the standard 2 year warranty with Samsung in the U.K. Despite it being in general, £200 cheaper, it ain't worth it without the warranty.

I may just pay the £578.00 from the U.K Amazon seller, as it has model: SM-G950FZKABTU, which I believe to be Global. It gives better piece of mind, and still is in general, £100 cheaper.
After some research I would be very wary of ordering an S8 from China - there are fakes and you can not be sure the phone is genuine u til you receive it. There is some info on the fakes here: Samsung Galaxy S8 Chinese clone is worth only $100

Although this particular phone being sold and the website may be completely genuine (but to me it sounds too good to be true), I am not going to take the risk - think I am going to go with the Oneplus 5.

Added to this risk is also even if the phone is real, what about warranty etc and how safe is the economy delivery?

Hopefully people who have already ordered can all confirm that the phone is genuine when they receive it.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Vodafone £34.00pm £100 upfront total £916 @ uswitch (Unlimited minutes and texts, 16 GB of data)

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Samsung s8 Contract. £34pm x 24 £100 upfront Total = £916 Cheapest deal I've seen with vodafone Unlimited minutes and texts, 16 GB of data -thrower74
ali_89 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago12 Comments
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ali_89
That was with 3. nobody wants to be with 3
Three are my favourite network. O2 and Vodafone should be avoided
I hate Vodafone = COLD
Looks a good deal to me. I'm still in contract so don't need it though
thrower74
ali_89
That was with 3. nobody wants to be with 3
No it was with Vodafone actually Vodafone unlimited minutes and texts 16gb of data £806

rekt
ali_89
That was with 3. nobody wants to be with 3
No it was with Vodafone actually

Vodafone unlimited minutes and texts 16gb of data £806
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UMIDIGI C NOTE 2 Android 7.0 smartphone 5.5 inch FHD Octa Core 1.5Ghz 4GB+64GB 13.0MP 4000mAh Fingerprint ID Glonass 4G LTE £101.96 Store: ebestbuy Store @ AliExpress Store: UMIDIGI Store

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Ali express from umidigi official store. Presale UMIDIGI C Note 2 Original Mobile Phone Unlocked MTK6750T 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Cell Phone 4G 4000Mah Battery Smartphone What do you think? Seems decent Read More
Ali express from umidigi official store. Presale UMIDIGI C Note 2 Original Mobile Phone Unlocked MTK6750T 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Cell Phone 4G 4000Mah Battery Smartphone What do you think? Seems decent
Mabbs Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago36 Comments
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Went to cancel my order but it says "part order shipped". How can I cancel?
tomthered
doesnt have 800Mhz band 20 for 4G

It does support band 20 (800 Mghtz ) scroll down to specs
Bought a lot of chinese phones, great value for me. GPS is iffy on many models and glass delicate. This doesn't mean anything to me as I dont use gps and if i break the screen so what? its a £100 phone.
retro_pie
tomthered
doesnt have 800Mhz band 20 for 4G
So won't 4g work on this in the U.K?

You can ignore that comment as it's incorrect this phone does have 800Mhz Band 20 4G

http://i.imgur.com/rHEgkVM.jpg

For future reference though some UK mobile phone operators use the 800Mhz Band 20 for 4G internet along side other bands and so you may find that it effects the coverage you receive depending on where you are or who your network operator is or both... some Chinese phone operators don't include this band as standard as it isn't widely used within China and they have to pay licensing fees for different bands so why waste money when they won't be any need to have it

I bought a Xiaomi Redmi 4a about a month ago and it's the best budget phone I've ever owned so I would highly recommend buying one of their better spec'd budget phones (although make sure to buy the "Global" version for play store and English language rom etc. + 800Mhz B20)
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Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 32GB with code and next day delivery £329.99

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I was looking around for a phone for my mother and found the Samsung site selling the A5 2017 model for £349. I found a code bringing it down to £329. Decent phone. Use code "SAMSUNGSAVE20" Read More
I was looking around for a phone for my mother and found the Samsung site selling the A5 2017 model for £349. I found a code bringing it down to £329. Decent phone. Use code "SAMSUNGSAVE20"
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Cracking phone! I brought it 3 weeks ago from Amazon for £299. I was willing to pay £330 for it. The s7 might be better but still at least £200 more. Heat added!
nah I ordered my s7 edge from a company called eglobal, they import to the uk from hong kong, you are protected if you use a credit card for ur purchase so have faith but mine has arrived and I have zero problems its bloody great! You can get the price of the s7 edge down if you hunt for a discount code
Lucifer_UK
pfff get an s7 edge. Better phone and same price now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoW5r4yGFMQ
Where is this then because it's certainly not via samsungs own website?
pfff get an s7 edge. Better phone and same price now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoW5r4yGFMQ
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Black, Grey, Blue - Vodafone 16gb, Unltd Calls, Texts - £29/month 24 months, £110 upfront - £806.00 @ E2save.com (Pos. £25 Quidco)

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Hi everyone. EE contract's up for renewal and I've been scouring the net for a decent deal on the S8. Think I've found one and just placed and order for it. Read More
Hi everyone. EE contract's up for renewal and I've been scouring the net for a decent deal on the S8. Think I've found one and just placed and order for it.
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thedvdmonster

£35 up front and 32.99.

£32.99 x 24 = £791.76
+ £35 = £826.76

Your suggestion is just shy of £21 quid more expensive than the OP's suggestion.

[edit for adding 35 on twice oops!! :D]

Edited By: darkh0rse on Jul 20, 2017 10:55
So, received the package on Friday and been testing the signal where I live. Haven't used the phone yet in case I need to return it as part of the 14 day returns period. Can confirm that the strength of the signal depends on where you use it of course but seems pretty good for me. Based on the price and plan, I'm going to stick it out and see how it goes. Quidco tracked at £25 too so it'll be even better if it pays.

The reviews on Trustpilot are shocking but funnily enough, EE has a rating of 1.3/10. Gonna take my chances if it means saving money and at least I've got 30 days to decide if it good enough.
I was thinking about getting this and then I read the people saying how bad Vodafone was. I followed this up to look at trust pilot to see a score of 0.5/10. And they are never going to improve. If you read the reviews, most of them have replayed by Vodafone. But they're the same message. I doubt they even bothered reading the problem. I didn't know much about Vodafone but it looks like I'll be staying away. Thanks guys!
porradude
thedvdmonster
Better deals elsewhere. https://www.mobilephonechecker.co.uk/Samsung/Galaxy+S8.htm
£35 up front and 32.99.
You realise the total cost for that one is £826.76 and it's only got 2gb of data, right?
When I checked yesterday morning it was for voda 16gb deal with sky sports, that's gone up to £38 now.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 - 10GB data, unlimited texts and minutes. £37.99 p.m. with No upfront costs £911.76 @ affordablemobiles.co.uk

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Black or Grey. No upfront costs. A clean, all-screen design and state-of-the-art features, this is best Samsung Galaxy smartphone yet. • Dual-edge 5.8-inch Quad HD display • Bixby Vision - your pers… Read More
Black or Grey. No upfront costs. A clean, all-screen design and state-of-the-art features, this is best Samsung Galaxy smartphone yet. • Dual-edge 5.8-inch Quad HD display • Bixby Vision - your pers…
Zuulan Avatar2w, 2h agoFound 2 weeks, 2 hours ago5 Comments
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4G everywhere on 3 for me
Tend to find 3 signal is fine for me throughout the south.
Not actually that bad of a deal. More data than you would get from any other network from that money.
Threes signal isn't as bad as people make out. I have lived in Essex Kent and South London and have never had a problem with three. Over 10 years now
ovverbruv
30gb of data for 37 quid with 3. Cold

3 are the worst for signal!
30gb of data for 37 quid with 3. Cold
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on Three Network, Unlimited Minutes Texts 30GB data, £30 per month, 24 months contract £720.00 @ Affordable Mobiles

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Free phone with big data allowance Topcashback paying £40 cash back. Same deal with mobilephonesdirect but with £30 cashback. Fairly decent all round purchase. Read More
Free phone with big data allowance Topcashback paying £40 cash back. Same deal with mobilephonesdirect but with £30 cashback. Fairly decent all round purchase.
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slaha11
this is an essential plan, beware.
Also have a £9.99 initial payment. please add to OP.
It was a free phone until I posted this deal. They are quick to increase the price. May be clicks were too many. Hope moderators can correct it.
Heat, sell the Android crapware & up plan to unlimited data it is then real cheap on a 24 month sim deal.
And don't pay out on advertised cashback rates without giving any sort of reason.
mobilephonesdirect open the box before they send it to you.
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Lego 76079 Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Ravager Attack £10.00 @ Tesco - Stafford

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Probably a local deal but might be useful for some. Tesco Stafford have the new GOTG Lego set for £10, a set which is £17 elsewhere. Not marked up as RTC and priced using a 'standard' white label. H… Read More
Probably a local deal but might be useful for some. Tesco Stafford have the new GOTG Lego set for £10, a set which is £17 elsewhere. Not marked up as RTC and priced using a 'standard' white label. H…
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Galaxy S7 (Black) 30GB data (free handset) £29.00 per month (Three network) £696.00 @ buymobiles.net

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Free handset and 30GB of data for £29.00 per month isn't too shabby for the S7 in black. It's only a Three essential plan but you can still use your data allowance within the EU. 24 month contract Read More
Free handset and 30GB of data for £29.00 per month isn't too shabby for the S7 in black. It's only a Three essential plan but you can still use your data allowance within the EU. 24 month contract
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Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax £1.60 (usual price £7.99) @ Microsoft Store (Gold not required for discount!)

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I love the retro feel of this game. The game has a single player campaign which can also be played couch co-op upto 4 players. Although it was developed in Finland, it has a definite Japanese vibe to Read More
I love the retro feel of this game. The game has a single player campaign which can also be played couch co-op upto 4 players. Although it was developed in Finland, it has a definite Japanese vibe to
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I'm always up for a stellar climax
Bought!
Just bought this assuming it would work on both PC and Xbox One, but looks like it's for the latter only. :(
Heated, looks a great game!
Good deal!
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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Smartwatch - Black/Space Grey £249.00 (Deal of the day) Sold by Amazon

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Sold directly by Amazon (not marketplace seller fulfilled by Amazon) This is a UK model, not a grey UAE import which you would get from other sellers on Amazon.
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Have it but, the bezel rattle. Does anybody else have this issue? I'm not sure whether to keep it and it gets worse then stuck with it. I've read online some people have the problem others do not. More recent versions do not have it. Cheers.
cgtechuk
I bought mine in the UAE and it is covered by Samsung warranty with no issues, Go figure.
Anyway... The battery with always on will last 2 - 3days dependant on the watch face
On full brightness with always on disabled I get about 3.5 days out it .
Another point is that the straps are changeable I bought a 13.99 metal strap on Amazon and use that and I think it looks smart.
Please send me the strap link
I've bought one. I checked other sellers and further down the list was Amazon. Sold by and fulfilled by Amazon. It came in at 270 with some discounts I had fron prime day. Arriving tomorrow. I was looking at the Huawei watch w2 4g that's £279 but the looks put me off.
Just noticed that Samsung is doing a free strap and additional wireless charging dock on Gear S3 purchase at the moment: http://www.samsung.com/uk/offer/freegears3strap/
It's a shame that Amazon is not listed as one of their Participating Retailers though....
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[Save £120] Samsung Galaxy S8, EE £125 upfront, 5GB data, Unlimited mins/texts £27.99pm £797.00 total @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Decent voucher code offer here. Upfront cost reduced from £235 to £125 Discount code: PRIMETR This offer's available in Coral Blue (hmm, nice) and Orchid Grey Blue https://www.mobiles.co.uk/samsung… Read More
Decent voucher code offer here. Upfront cost reduced from £235 to £125 Discount code: PRIMETR This offer's available in Coral Blue (hmm, nice) and Orchid Grey Blue https://www.mobiles.co.uk/samsung…
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KennyAnnan
Put in code ...says expired or invalid
The deal finished on Wednesday
KennyAnnan
Put in code ...says expired or invalid

Probably because the deal is finished. I'm pretty gutted too. There's a deal for this phone with O2 still active at £135 upfront and a total of 826 I think. But i don't know if o2 is worth going to.
Put in code ...says expired or invalid
StuiWooi
neilshilson
Whatnot1986
Currently allowed an early upgrade on my ee contract. Would I be able to buy this as upgrade and keep my number etc? Seems like a good deal.
Give EE a call and go through to retentions and they should be able to match or better this deal. That's what I did - got it for £25.99p/m £99 for phone (total cost £723 over 2 years)
In my experience operators can never ever match deals found elsewhere - it's such a ball ache, especially since to keep your number you have to transfer to a different network first :-|

If you at the end of your contract push for your PAC code to get to retentions for the better deals.
StuiWooi
mcormack
StuiWooi
tomw647
I'm seriously debating whether to get this. I think nearer £750 for a complete deal and I'll bite. But don't know how long it'll be for that to happen
I understand setting yourself a threshold but equally some perspective: the difference of £47 over the life of the contract is less than £2 per month...
Inaccurate
How so?
797-750 = 47
47/24 < 2
A simpler way to look at it is 24*2 = 48
1.958333333
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Samsung Galaxy S8 EE 24month contact £37.00 p/m 24 months £888.00 Free handset (30gb data unlimited min and text) @ Mobile phones direct

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Looks a cracking deal. More internet than you could use in a month. Comparing to any other shops you're saving £10~ a month Read More
Looks a cracking deal. More internet than you could use in a month. Comparing to any other shops you're saving £10~ a month
lewisriley Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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Posted several times already :(
Isn't it three rather than ee.. But we do get ripped off
Probably a good deal. I personally feel the UK is being ripped off with phone contracts.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Dual Sim UNLOCKED £488.99 @ eglobalcentral

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Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Midnight Black Free shipping 30 day return policy Bundle Offers Read More
Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Midnight Black Free shipping 30 day return policy Bundle Offers
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kolossalk
From eGlobal:"The warrantyUpon receiving and accepting your payment, we will provide you with cover for your purchase(s) as stated in this warranty.The eGlobal Central warranty, once paid for, warrants the product to operate according to manufacturer's specifications for the period as stated above from the date of invoice.Please note that all our products are imported goods and will not come with manufacturer's warranty but instead we will cover the warranty through our own company."Samsung will not have your back! Hope that helps.
Legend! Thanks!
mikeydalby
I've had two phones from these fellas now... The first was my wife's a couple of years ago.. And an S8 for my daughter a week ago. we ordered the S8 on the Sunday and it arrived on the Thursday... It was fully boxed, brand new and had all of the seals and stickers in place including a UK charger. My daughter is very pleased with it. I was willing to take the gamble as i purchased it on my credit card (so covered for the initial purchase) and have family mobile phone cover (with Nationwide flex account) which I would use if it does break in the long term and I run in to trouble getting it repaired under warranty.

I was told that the Nationwide flex account doesn't cover grey imports.
BraddersJ
Whats the deal with warranty and these guys? Will Samsung UK have my back if I need a replacement?

From eGlobal:

"The warranty

Upon receiving and accepting your payment, we will provide you with cover for your purchase(s) as stated in this warranty.

The eGlobal Central warranty, once paid for, warrants the product to operate according to manufacturer's specifications for the period as stated above from the date of invoice.

Please note that all our products are imported goods and will not come with manufacturer's warranty but instead we will cover the warranty through our own company."

Samsung will not have your back!

Hope that helps.
Whats the deal with warranty and these guys? Will Samsung UK have my back if I need a replacement?
mikeydalby
I've had two phones from these fellas now... The first was my wife's a couple of years ago.. And an S8 for my daughter a week ago. we ordered the S8 on the Sunday and it arrived on the Thursday... It was fully boxed, brand new and had all of the seals and stickers in place including a UK charger. My daughter is very pleased with it. I was willing to take the gamble as i purchased it on my credit card (so covered for the initial purchase) and have family mobile phone cover (with Nationwide flex account) which I would use if it does break in the long term and I run in to trouble getting it repaired under warranty.

Just ordered an S8+. What's life without risk?

So these phones are no different to the UK versions?

Edited By: kolossalk on Jul 12, 2017 12:26
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Samsung Galaxy S8 - EE - 10GB Data - £37.99 per month with no upfront cost (24 months = £911.76 total) @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Hey! Seen this deal for a new S8 with 10GB of data on EE for £37.99 per month. Very good for a deal with nothing to pay upfront. If it tracks you can get cash back from Topcashback for £36.75 so tha… Read More
Hey! Seen this deal for a new S8 with 10GB of data on EE for £37.99 per month. Very good for a deal with nothing to pay upfront. If it tracks you can get cash back from Topcashback for £36.75 so tha…
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Well, I voted hot because it is the best deal I can see for an S8 with £0 upfront too, thank you OP for this post. Not sure why this is so cold
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samsung galaxy S8 - £500.99 @ eGlobalCentral

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have been looking for a new SIM only phone, and as the Galaxy S8 has dropped so much in price this seems the cheapest so far. Orchid gray https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-s8-g950fd-4g-6… Read More
have been looking for a new SIM only phone, and as the Galaxy S8 has dropped so much in price this seems the cheapest so far. Orchid gray https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-s8-g950fd-4g-6…
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pavel76
I have bought off them 2 weeks ago, so can speak from own experience... didn't read 2 years old comments


Fair... altho i don't understand why delivery is always 5-7 days or whatever (even the fastest) if it's just from Manchester?
max99
pavel76
max99
from reading reviews, you'll likely be hit with a customs charge/import tax of 20% on this, plus £8 Royal Mail cost to deal with the charge, so looking like £105 ish on top
What reviews ?... they sending your order in bulk and then individually by DPD from Manchester, no risk for extra charges
http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/anyone-used-eglobal-central-1965084
I have bought off them 2 weeks ago, so can speak from own experience... didn't read 2 years old comments
pavel76
What reviews ?... they sending your order in bulk and then individually by DPD from Manchester, no risk for extra charges

http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/anyone-used-eglobal-central-1965084
max99
from reading reviews, you'll likely be hit with a customs charge/import tax of 20% on this, plus £8 Royal Mail cost to deal with the charge, so looking like £105 ish on top
What reviews ?... they sending your order in bulk and then individually by DPD from Manchester, no risk for extra charges
from reading reviews, you'll likely be hit with a customs charge/import tax of 20% on this, plus £8 Royal Mail cost to deal with the charge, so looking like £105 ish on top
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB EE Network, 8GB Data, Unlimited Texts / Minutes, £50 Upfront Payment, £32.99 per Month @ Mobiles.co.uk £791.00

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Available in Black, Blue and Grey. Decnet deal for the amount of data, just grabbed it myself. Deal Expires in 3 days. Read More
Available in Black, Blue and Grey. Decnet deal for the amount of data, just grabbed it myself. Deal Expires in 3 days.
NitroSam Avatar3w, 6h agoFound 3 weeks, 6 hours ago16 Comments
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Sorry not been on here, they matched the offer so 32.99
neal
Yes, £36Still worked out easier than a move and less than the upfront cost of others. Only been with them a year on a SIM only plan.
Can I ask how much a month you are paying. I was trying to move 3 sim only contracts to 3x 24mth contracts and they wanted at least £100 a handset! Looks like I need to call the retention team again!
breadmaker6
Did you have a phone charge to pay? Spoke to them today and they wanted almost half the cost of the handset upfront!

Yes, £36

Still worked out easier than a move and less than the upfront cost of others. Only been with them a year on a SIM only plan.
neal
Got this on retention with EE for 36 upfront, includes a 64gb samsung card and bt sport
Did you have a phone charge to pay? Spoke to them today and they wanted almost half the cost of the handset upfront!
rudders1977
Non- iPhone 4GEE/ 4GEE Extra/4GEE Essential Contracts £31.99 to £47.98 tariff - The Samsung S8 and S8+ is available for order! There isn't a faster network for customers to buy the new Samsung handsets on than EE! New Customers Only.Cashback £65.00

I think you're referring to the EE website cashback which is £65, this is through mobiles.co.uk which is £36.75.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB EE Network/Unlimited Mins/Texts/2gb Data - £27.99/month + £100 upfront with code £771.76 @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Available in black/grey or coral blue Reasonable deal for this if you don't need too much data. Use code USWITCHS8 to take the upfront cost down from £150 to £100. Possible £35 quidco, but unlikely Read More
Available in black/grey or coral blue Reasonable deal for this if you don't need too much data. Use code USWITCHS8 to take the upfront cost down from £150 to £100. Possible £35 quidco, but unlikely
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mcormack
£20.79 per month Amazon IT sim free
how?
But those don't include mins texts and data over 2 years do they
£20.79 per month Amazon IT sim free
Or go to smartfonestore and get an S8 plus, brand new and unlocked for £650...
Pity it's only 2gb. 3 or up and I was sold. (y) (y)
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Samsung Galaxy S8+ Deal £729.00 @ Giffgaff

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GiffGaff has reduced the S8+ price to £729 and the S8 to £639 Read More
GiffGaff has reduced the S8+ price to £729 and the S8 to £639
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Sorry £662, not £622.
Sim free S8+ only costs £629 from Amazon £100 cheaper than Giffcrap


Edited By: Brite on Jul 07, 2017 22:08
£622 from samsung with health shield membership discount
bro631
Cold as hell
there's more heat in hell that in this deal
Cold as hell
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Samsung Galaxy S8 no upfront cost, 8 GB data for £34 a month / £816.00 total cost over 24 months is @ Mobile Phones Direct

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Blagged by MSE Link to black Link to grey Offer expires on 11th July Read More
Blagged by MSE Link to black Link to grey Offer expires on 11th July
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dooda
ive had a better deal for a few months now. £32 a month. no upfront fee (mange to get £40 credit) 16gb data and unlimited calls/text on vodafone


Hod did you manage that? I am with Vodafone now and would prefer to stay with them and save myself a hassle of transferring number etc.
this deal is still available but you have to find it through the link on money saving expert.com
I can't see this deal on the site?!
ive had a better deal for a few months now.
£32 a month. no upfront fee (mange to get £40 credit) 16gb data and unlimited calls/text on vodafone
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6 full size (114g + 135g) bars of Galaxy only £2.99 in poundstretcher - Ballymena

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whilst in buying a few things yesterday, came across this multipack which I'd never seen before. contains 2 galaxy milk chocolate, 2 galaxy caramel and 2 galaxy cookie crumbles. well worth 50p a bar… Read More
whilst in buying a few things yesterday, came across this multipack which I'd never seen before. contains 2 galaxy milk chocolate, 2 galaxy caramel and 2 galaxy cookie crumbles. well worth 50p a bar…
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Groaver
Heat OP for a good deal.
Galaxy chocolate seems to be almost given away currently.
The salmonella incident can't have helped.
I remember their strapline: why have cotton when you can have silk.
Shame it tastes too waxy for me now.


I've heard a number of people complaining about Galaxy changing in taste. I've also heard that they've started substituting with cheaper palm fat. If that's true it could explain a deterioration in taste.
Poundstretcher deals are a load of bull. I've never found any of the deals people post on here in my two stores in bolton ever.
I know what you mean, I used to be cadburys all the way until it was destroyed by Kraft. So I've changed over to Galaxy now, seems to be more consistent and is definitely better for top hats and rice Krispie buns
Heat OP for a good deal.
Galaxy chocolate seems to be almost given away currently.
The salmonella incident can't have helped.
I remember their strapline: why have cotton when you can have silk.
Shame it tastes too waxy for me now.
Good deal.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Black, On EE's MAX Plan, £45 Upfront Using Code NHS15 Unlimited Mins & Texts, 8GB Of "Up to" 90MB Speeds, + USA Roaming Included, Only £32.99 P/Month + (£42 TCB Making Upfront Cost Just £3)!! £836.76

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This is an amazing deal and even better if the TCB tracks at £42, bringing the cost of the handset down to from £45 to £3! This is on EE's MAX tariff so includes USA roaming. Also as it's Mobiles.co.u… Read More
This is an amazing deal and even better if the TCB tracks at £42, bringing the cost of the handset down to from £45 to £3! This is on EE's MAX tariff so includes USA roaming. Also as it's Mobiles.co.u…
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Just called Mobiles.co.uk (0871 220 3580) they offered the following deal 4GEE Max Plan 8GB Data, Unlimited Text and Calls £32.99 but with £75 upfront might be of interest to some
OK guys. I`ve got my new phone. But I checked my allowance and it says 5GB data instead of 8GB confused Anyone has same issue?
rick4492
Rang EE for PAC code, they matched the deal and gave me 12GB data and a free 64GB SD card.
I tried that for the Mrs 2 weeks ago and they didnt even bother making an offer for her to stay. Just said they couldnt come close to the deal and gave the PAC code.
TCB shows £10.50 cashback after purchase. I hope it`s gonna go up later.
Are these unlocked handsets ?
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Samsung Galaxy S8 sim free. eGlobal Central - £499.99

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I don't know much about the trading company but this is the best UK deal for this phone that seems actually buyable.... I tried searching for better but not found anything Read More
I don't know much about the trading company but this is the best UK deal for this phone that seems actually buyable.... I tried searching for better but not found anything
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I used them years ago to buy a Nexus 4, phone came fine but I did get stung about £40 for import duty. At the time they offered a refund on import duty charges but they don't anymore
Best UK deal? Right...

since when does this sound like a UK address?

22. Our Details

Our office is located at the following address:

West Wing, 2/F, 822 Lai Chi Kok Road, Lai Chi Kok,Kowloon
Bought a Samsung S3 watch from eGlobal UK - they never sent the Watch and had to wait weeks to get my money back - avoid this merchant!!!!
bought a tab s2 from them had no problems although all of the items are grey imports so incase of warranty you would have to deal with em directly
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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Smartwatch £240.00 @ Amazon (Sold by {Canal} - UK - and Fulfilled by Amazon.)

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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier smartwatch @ Amazon Cheapest price I've seen for this smartwatch! (or £239.99 from a different seller without prime). Read More
Samsung Gear S3 Frontier smartwatch @ Amazon Cheapest price I've seen for this smartwatch! (or £239.99 from a different seller without prime).
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How can u tell if these are UAE?
I just bought one on Amazon.. looks uk to me but not sure
You don't get the Samsung warranty on the UAE one right?

Just bought one off the other deal as it's 100% a UK one.
Seller DPR Items On Amazon state it's a UK model when I asked them, but a UAE Model arrived!
This was fulfilled by Amazon.
mike70
Hottest Deals 4 Today but chances are that all the sellers with huge discounts are going to be the same. I would suggest contacting the seller for confirmation before ordering or you could just return it to Amazon if it turns out to be an import.
I wondered about this. Looking at the t&vs I thought these might be deemed non-returnable, although legally I think they have to allow it?
If it's any consolation, I ordered a Gear S3 from eGlobalCentral two weeks ago. Paid £244.99 including insured shipping. The model received was a UAE import but is completely genuine and works well with Samsung Pay. The plug was a UK type as well, since the UAE use the same fittings and voltage.
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SAMSUNG GALAXY S8 64GB BLACK - £27/month / 24 months + £150 upfront = £798.00 total @ e2save

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UPFRONT COST £150.00 on O2 Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 6GB Data £27.00 P/M for 24 months Read More
UPFRONT COST £150.00 on O2 Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 6GB Data £27.00 P/M for 24 months
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fajabongo
Can I transfer my current number from o2, if I want to take this deal?
Probably not.


You can I just did it on another o2 deal through them, just call o2 off the new number and they will port it in 24 hours
Deal expired. Just went to purchase and they've put the price up to £175 upfront
fajabongo
Can I transfer my current number from o2, if I want to take this deal?
Probably not.
Can I transfer my current number from o2, if I want to take this deal?
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Sim free Samsung galaxy S8 Black or Silver Amazon.it £525.44 inc delivery

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As with preivious post started with branded, here Amazon selling the black and silver for EUR 569.51 Shipping cost:EUR 5.77 Total order:EUR 575.28 can pay with amazon conversion or bank, my bank (hal… Read More
As with preivious post started with branded, here Amazon selling the black and silver for EUR 569.51 Shipping cost:EUR 5.77 Total order:EUR 575.28 can pay with amazon conversion or bank, my bank (hal…
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does anybody know how long exactly takes to get the phone, if you buy to amazon.it ?
You can buy direct from Samsung for £576 inc next day delivey If you have an employee programme link, Perks.com offering 15% off!
I'm still waiting for mine, 8 days so far :(
€629 now
I was looking at the warehouse phones and it had a comment which when translated from Italian says "We remind you not to make any order or payment outside the Amazon.it site. Only transactions on Amazon.co.uk can benefit from A to Z Warranty. More information."
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[Ex-Demo A+] Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 SM-T813 (9.7 inch) Tablet 32GB £239.99 @ SVP

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Seems like a good price for a ex-demo A+ quality rated S2. In black or gold colour. The info on the product page says......... "These Samsung Galaxy Tablets are Ex Demo units from a major retailer an… Read More
Seems like a good price for a ex-demo A+ quality rated S2. In black or gold colour. The info on the product page says......... "These Samsung Galaxy Tablets are Ex Demo units from a major retailer an…
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3 month warranty not really a hot deal...02 refresh deals are better grade A tabs/phones with 12 month warranty
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Wouldn't trust SVP as far as I could throw them since they were taken over. Used to be a fantastic company
Yes you are correct.............. they are a bunch of crooks now!!

That's a real shame. Used to be an excellent company. Thanks for the heads up.
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This is the tablet I use daily and would find it hard to recommend anything else. If these are indeed immaculate then this is a hot :)
I would have to agree with this. Superb tablet. Considering it's size, it's amazingly light and easy to handle. Unlike my previous iPad, I never get tired holding it after a short length of time

Yes I agree. As soon as a Samsung salesman put one of these in my hand a few years ago, (8" version) I knew I had to have one due to the weight. It's crazy how light these tablets are.
Very nice providing it is really in good condition as claimed
Make sure the battery isn't knackered

samsung galaxy logoThe Samsung Galaxy Range at Best Prices

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 and Tablets

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, S8, 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 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 Galaxy 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.
  • 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 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 Galaxy S8 - In April 2017, Samsung made a major announcement, releasing both the Galaxy S8 and the S8+ onto the market. The phones provide certain updates to their predecessors, like the Infinity Display that has no boundaries and is one of the biggest in this sector.

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 and Plus versions - 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 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 SamsungGalaxy 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

The SamsungGalaxy 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

    samsung galaxy s6 edge

  • GPU: Adreno 306
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Storage options: 16GB, expandable via SD to 256GB
  • Display size: 5.2 inches
  • 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 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
  • 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 Samsung Galaxy S7:samsung galaxy s7 s7 edge

  • Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 152g
  • 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
  • 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

The SamsungGalaxy 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 s8 s8+

The Samsung Galaxy S8:

  • Dimensions: 14.9 × 6.8 x 0.8cm
  • Weight: 155g
  • Operating System: Android 7.0 “Nougat”
  • CPU: Exynos: Octa-core (4×2.5GHz M2 Mongoose & 4×1.7GHz Cortex-A53 (GTS).
  • GPU: A Mali-G71 MP20
  • Memory: 4 or 6GB RAM
  • Storage options: 64 or 128GB
  • Display size: 5.8 inches
  • Rear camera: 12MP rear camera capable of 4K video capture at 30fps and 1080 at 60fps
  • Front camera: 8MP featuring autofocus.
  • Battery: 3,000mAh
  • Bluetooth: 5.0 LE
  • Display type: 2960×1440 Super AMOLED

And the Samsung Galaxy S8+, which has some important differences:

  • Dimensions: 15.9 × 7.3 × 0.81cm
  • Weight: 173g
  • Operating System: Android 7.0 “Nougat”
  • CPU: Exynos: Octa-core (4×2.5GHz M2 Mongoose & 4×1.7GHz Cortex-A53 (GTS)
  • GPU: A Mali-G71 MP20
  • Memory: 4 or 6GB RAM
  • Storage options: 64 or 128GB
  • Display size: 6.2 inches
  • Rear camera: 12MP rear camera capable of 4K video capture at 30 fps and 1080 at 60 fps
  • Front camera: 8MP featuring autofocus
  • Bluetooth: 5.0 LE
  • Battery: 3,500mAh

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Introduction

Looking at the S8 and S8+ in a Little More Depth

As you can see, the S8+ is a slightly larger and heavier version of the S8, with slightly more battery life and a bigger screen. As you'd expect from a Samsung Galaxy phone, both feature the firm's famous stretched screen, which does away with side bezels and maximises the screen area. Steps have been taken since the Galaxy 7 to reduce reflectiveness, making both S8 models less susceptible to glare, while the contrast and brightness have been sharpened up as well.

Another innovation has been the use of Bluetooth 5.0 (unlike most phones on the market). This is likely to make the S8 compatible with more smart devices, as well as current capabilities like using two sets of wireless headphones with one phone at the same time. Just in case you were wondering, the 3.5mm headphone jack has been retained, which isn't the case with Apple phones.

Samsung are also quick to assure customers that they have dealt with the combustion problems afflicting some Galaxy Note 7 devices, and have introduced extra safety features. At the same time, the company claims that their batteries have been made more efficient, retaining charge for longer than ever before, which can only be a good thing.

Both the S8 and the S8+ will eventually be compatible with Bixby, Samsung's equivalent to Siri (or Alexa). In theory, Bixby will help users navigate the apps on their phone using voice commands. They also feature a tie-in with Google that entitles owners to upload up to 100,000 tracks to Google Play – which should be handy for music fans who love to travel.

So, which one should you go for? Assuming it's a matter of choosing between the S8 and S8+, it's all a matter of price and convenience. The larger phablet is better for stylus based apps, gaming and streaming video, but it weighs a bit more and won't be as pocket-friendly. The battery capacity of the S8+ is larger than the S8, but don't be fooled: both phones will have comparable battery life owing to the demands of powering the S8+'s larger screen.

Shop around with HotUKDeals and get a feel for prices. If the S8+ is cheap enough, why not go for it instead of the S8? But in truth, there's not much to choose between them.

How Do the S8 and S8+ Compare to the iPhone 7 and 7+?

Perhaps more importantly, how do the S8 and S8+ stack up against the competition – in this case Apple's iPhone 7 and 7 Plus? This is where things get interesting.

First off, it's important to note that the S8 and the iPhone 7 are cutting edge, quite expensive and very well-made tablet/phones. They are in a league of their own as far as the smartphone market goes.

If you're lucky enough to be choosing between them, there are some things to bear in mind. First of all, the iPhone 7 is lighter (138g as compared to 155g for the basic S8). That can make a difference if you are holding it for long periods, but it's not a deal breaker for most users.

The S8 also features the Infinity Display, which wraps around the side of the phone, eliminating the side bezels. By contrast, the iPhone 7's screen feels a little hemmed in by the phone's design. It's still big enough, but feels cramped in comparison to the S8.

The screen itself is more impressive on the S8 as well, with a ration of 2960 x 1440 pixels and a pixel density of 567ppi, compared to the iPhone's 750 x 1334 and 326ppi. You'll notice that when watching TV and movies (and you'll also notice the S8's slightly more wide-screen aspect ratio and the difference between S8's AMOLED display and mere LED on the iPhone 7).

Otherwise, the iPhone 7 and  Plus hold their own regarding processor power and camera capabilities. It falls down slightly on wireless capabilities though. Thanks to Bluetooth 5.0, the S8 and S8+ can be charged wirelessly. Samsung's phones also retain the 3.5mm headphone jack, offering multiple audio outputs, not just wireless earphones.

Battery life is also a concern for iPhone users. The iPhone 7's relatively puny 1,960 mAh capacity pales in comparison to the S8's 3,000 mAh and the 3,500 mAh offered by the S8+. The extra hours of charge provided could be a real bonus for some buyers.

It's plain to see that there are some important differences between Samsung and Apple's flagship phones, and it looks like the S8/S8+ have the edge over the iPhone 7/7 Plus. However, both are impressive devices, and for many the advantage of being with Apple outweigh any technical deficiencies. You'll have to weigh up the pros and cons yourself in that regard.

Whatever phone you go for, you'll save money by shopping around on HotUKDeals. Apple and Samsung slap a high price on their most advanced phones, but you can save big by being savvy when you shop.

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 S8 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.

The Best Samsung Galaxy Deals UK

Whether you are purchasing a turbocharged S8, 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.