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Samsung Galaxy S5 £529.99 @ digitalphone
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Found 19th Feb 2014Found 19th Feb 2014
Summary
  1. Found 19th Feb 2014
Just found galaxy S5 preorder, same place I got my note 3 from. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

mynameisthehulk

I imagine if you were stupid enough and would pay enough they would let … I imagine if you were stupid enough and would pay enough they would let you order the Galaxy S7


ha ha ha
couldn't agree more with you

Mmm, joined just to post this?
Self promotion?

could be stupid auto correct

I imagine if you were stupid enough and would pay enough they would let you order the Galaxy S7

There's no release date voukd ve waiting till xmas

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Sony Xperia Z1 compact with FREE SAFARI (worth £440) @ Digitalphone.co.uk
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Found 7th Feb 2014Found 7th Feb 2014
Summary
  1. Found 7th Feb 2014
Just been searching for Xperia Z1 compact deals and found this free Safari offer worth £440 which effectively pays for the phone, although contact only

m.ad

Only covers one night, and does not include flights and other charges...



Enjoy a magical overnight stay for 2 people at the award wining Livingstone Lodge. Includes a Gourmet Dinner, Safari Experience, Breakfast and access to Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Park. See terms and conditions below for full details on the safari experience.

It's in Kent not Kenya

It's not really a free safari is it, its a free trip to a Safari park. Heat added for comedy value

Banned

Cold as ice.

Good find, its Friday and was gearing to bag a hippo..

Only covers one night, and does not include flights and other charges...
Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB sim free £549.99 @ digital-phone.co.uk
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Found 3rd May 2013Found 3rd May 2013
Summary
  1. Found 3rd May 2013
So still alot of cash but the cheapest sim free deal i've seen. Also listed black but still awaiting stock

450 on amazon can get for 400 on ebay

Same price at the O2 Shops and they had loads of stock in black and white.

thanks. I should have looked properly indeed. Cheers =)

Banned

Best to Pay £30 and buy it direct from Amazon a reputable company

eeeglow

is this sim free?



If you bothered to check the link and see it says Simfree Price £549.99

That might be where you can conclude this is SIM Free.
HTC One X+ (Plus) £469.99 Delivered from Digital-Phone.co.uk
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Found 18th Oct 2012Found 18th Oct 2012
Summary
  1. Found 18th Oct 2012
Sim-free HTC One X+. This is the updated version of the HTC One X brought in line (over the line?) with the Samsung Galaxy SIII. Now with Quad core Tegra3 1.7GHz CPU and 64GB int… Read more

mudddy

Anyone seen any contract prices for this yet?



Check out Dialaphone

Original Poster

moggy2009

cheaper at handtec



Again, not once you add delivery charges.

cheaper at handtec

HTC BRING THE BUTTERFLYY

mudddy

Anyone seen any contract prices for this yet?


Follow the deal link, then under the phone picture there is some Vodafone contracts.

Also - mobilephonesdirect.co.uk/Bra…ure

Edited by: "Andy-E" 19th Oct 2012

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Nokia Lumia 920 Sim Free £469.99 @ Digitalphone.co.uk
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Found 6th Oct 2012Found 6th Oct 2012
Summary
  1. Found 6th Oct 2012
With official Italian and German prices, we were all worried that the price of the 920 may have been too high. However, this looks much more respectable. Also, I'm not sure about … Read more

FaizaParvez

This will be £200 in around 6 months.


Found this page 6 months later looking for a decent deal. Still 450 quid in most places and its doing "ok"

Can you get the cyan version sim free? Just bought a BMW and already look like a t***, don't want to compound my image issues with a yellow phone...

Just to let you people who are crying about the lack of FM radio know, additional headphones will enable FM radio! Also, who needs FM radio when Nokia Music is built in.

You know what's hilarious about the whole specification/GPU debate/thing?

It's only Android users that have to care about it, due to the huge market fragmentatation that they have to put up with. Those of us on Windows Phone (or iPhones) never have to care - you download an app, and 95% of the time it works and performs well.

With Android, you download an app and if your phone doesn't have the latest GPU/CPU its hit and miss if it will work properly. One of the biggest benefits and downsides of that platform, and the number one reason why I don't want an android phone. Much happier knowing that my device will "just work" most of the time, as happens with Windows Phone or iOS handsets.

Great deal either way - I'll be getting one of these next week, all that is left is to decide if it's going to be sim free or on an EE contract...

What's the deal with people banging on about benchmarks for phones. Theyr're phones for Christsake..Your only gonna be running poorly coded apps most of he time, taking a few photos, watching a few videos and browsing the internet. It doesn't require an 5Ghz i7 cpu and 24GB of ram to accomplish this so grow up people.
HTC 8X Windows 8 (Sim Free/Unlocked)..... £397.99 Delivered @ Digital-phone.co.uk
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Found 30th Sep 2012Found 30th Sep 2012
Summary
  1. Found 30th Sep 2012
Qualcomm S4 1.5GHz Dual Core •4.3" Gorilla Glass Display •Wide Angle Front Facing Camera •8 Megapixel Camera •Beats Audio Built-In Amp The Windows Phone 8X by HTC is the first W… Read more
Banned

Got my company - supplied one yesterday. Very nice indeed. I'm biased, as I work for MS but this is a whole world better than WP7. Personally I think this is slightly nicer than the 920 as it's slimmer. So much faster than my HTC One X...

Zimmy

They all do that, Jellybean won't run on every android phone you can buy … They all do that, Jellybean won't run on every android phone you can buy now, neither will iOS6 run on every old iPhone. 99% of the apps will run on older OS versions though so it's really not a big deal.



WP7 is only 2 years old though

Had a play about with one tonight, seriously considering punting my s3.

Original Poster Banned

joshm

Why is this a good deal?a) it's not available yet, but also b) it's … Why is this a good deal?a) it's not available yet, but also b) it's hardly a chunk off the rrp, is it?2 quid more at amazon, i'd rather get it from them anyway



Go get it then. And while you`re at it find yourself a nice deal to post it here
Edited by: "marko35" 2nd Oct 2012

I might get a Nokia Lumia 820 though I don't want to pay silly money, I just hope it's similar in price to the HTC 8S
Sim Free Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Titan Grey/ Ceramic White) Available for pre-order @ digital-phone.co.uk for £499.99 including delivery
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Found 24th Sep 2012Found 24th Sep 2012
Summary
  1. Found 24th Sep 2012
Sim free Galaxy Note 2 available for pre order for £499.99 including delivery seems like a super deal to me considering its more than £50 pounds cheaper than the last time I saw a … Read more
Banned

I got the upgrade, and installed it, no problems, just adds a few more features to the OS. Samsung did the same with the upgrade to my note one when ICS came.

I got the upgrade, and installed it, no problems, just adds a few more features to the OS. Samsung did the same with the upgrade to my note one when ICS came.

just a quick question to any other note 2 buyers... did anyone get a firmware upgrade option come up? just going to install the update seems a bit odd cant find nothing about it on the net

What service, ordered Monday after 4pm, received this morning (Wednesday) at 13:15pm, I am now selling my Note one, perfect condition.

Amazon = £529.99 (New), 1 used £480 + postage, only 2 star feedback instead of 5.
Pre-order Nokia Lumia 920 - £469.99 @ Digitalphone.co.uk
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Found 24th Sep 2012Found 24th Sep 2012
Summary
  1. Found 24th Sep 2012
There are a few deals alerting HUKD'ers to pre-orders for HTC Windows Phones at full RRP and they're getting hot, so I thought I'd do the same for the Nokia Lumia 920.

Just to clarify, from what I've seen WP7 apps will work on WP8. As I understand it, the developer just needs to make sure they're visible in the WP8 Store, but they will work. I'm using Kik Messenger, and it's exactly the same as the WP7 version (except being about x4 quicker!). Spotify, for example, isn't visible in the WP8 Store yet - so I suppose it's just up to Spotify to make it visible and it'll work.
Edited by: "craigp" 31st Oct 2012

taras

right I finally can reply to my comment.Lets look at the deal … right I finally can reply to my comment.Lets look at the deal itself.Nokia has mostly never release any phone in its phones in the uk at its original price: coldThis is an almost rrp priced deal: - coldIf you want to go an windows phone 8 device then its a toss up between this and Samsung. Go for the nokia if you want the camera if you want an overall better device go for the samsung.Right I said avoid all windows 8 platforms, sounds like a troll comment, except it isn't.Metro ui (modern ui) is meant to be a low power (gpu wise), rich html5 based ui to serve phone, tablet, traditional computers.Phone:windows phone 8 was developed along side windows 7 (yes you heard that correctly) and from the start they knew apps brought for wp7.x would not work in wp8. Lets look at that statement; Microsoft was happy to put out a dead os. Did they tell the consumers that might buy wp7 devices no. So wheres the faith to buy an wp 8 phone when you now know that wp9 won't work with wp8 apps. That last premise is true given microsoft's mobile history.Tablet.The confusion starts already for the consumer with windows 8 RT and windows 8 pro tablets. Which one should i buy and then if i buy an rt model what apps from windows will work. Modern ui:The interface works better than windows 7 did on a tablet which was a frustrating experience. The charm bar that was done for the single button tablets is a nice idea but again your left scrolling and scrolling to find apps and the overiding issues that metroui despite being html5 capable provides less information than traditional widgets and its kinda gets worse from phone to big screen because maybe you can get away with for an envelope on a phone for notifications but on a tablet or a computer it just doesn't cut it.Desktops/notebooks.The major criticism with windows 8 is that for non touch enable devices windows 8 with the start screen doesn't work. having a separate start screen and apps just doesn't work, its counter productive compared to win7. Senario one:Emailwindows 7: have windows mail open, with aero, you can move your mouse onto the open email client and a small thumbnail preview comes up, move your mouse pointer over that thumbnail and you can preview your emails very quicklywindows 8: to view your emails you either have to go to the start screen and open the email client up and see your emails in full screen or open the left side task switcher and see it in full screen .Just one example where win7 has better productivity. If win8 was more productive and allowed me to view information smarter and faster i'd be saying BUY BUY BUY. but its a mess and mess centered around metro/modern ui. This isn't about being "going with change" but the sheer lack of productivity and information the ui provides and that spans all 3 platforms .So I am not trolling thank you very much.



I thought WP 7 apps work under WP 8?

Personally I find windows 8 is simply a different way of working, in many ways it's faster and others slower than windows 7, but on a properly configured system, I generally found it quicker. On a touch screen PC it is a whole lot better, but windows 7 actually works fine.

Maybe you've forgotten the number of changes we've gone through over the years

CPM -> DOS -> GEM -> Windows 1, 2, 3, 3.1 -> Windows 95 -> Windows XP -> Windows 7

I challenge you to find no shifts in the way you work for each of these major transitions. A lot of your arguments were spouted each time MS introduced a new generation of OS.

mike

cokezone1112

not an iphone



Indeed, so it will be good. It will have maps that work and decent reception. I had an iPhone 3G and 4, they've lost it now. I didn't mind paying the Apple premium for something better but they're expensive and offer less now. Even the cases scratch.
Edited by: "cannockcomputer" 26th Sep 2012

Certinfy

[quote=azza87] £469.99.. you do know this is a Nokia right?



It is a 32GB phone with the best camera on any phone, with wireless charging and a great screen.

A 32GB iPhone will set you back £599!

Its a great looking phone would want to try it out instore before buying one tho.
Ive found Windows phones a bit boring but W8 might change that.
Cant fault the smoothness of the OS tho even on my lumia 710 its silky smooth.
Only concern would be tbe lack of apps that i use.

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Buy One Sony Ericsson Play and Get another Free  £439 @ Digitalphone
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Found 14th Oct 2011Found 14th Oct 2011
Summary
  1. Found 14th Oct 2011
Just noticed that the Digital Phone Company have a crazy offer for the Sony Ericson play mobiles. For those that dont know its kinda like a PSP. This is taken from the page; The f… Read more
Banned
Banned

Freeze here ...

not a great mins/texts/data
overall price does not justify anything....
sorry but COLD

Original Poster Banned

babyboya187

He must work for the Digital Phone Company as no self respecting hukd … He must work for the Digital Phone Company as no self respecting hukd poster would put this offer up its about £150 more than buying the handsets seperatly !


I dont work for the digital phones company, and I didnt realise that o2 had these cheaper. I was on the dpc website looking at buying a windows HTC titan when i spotted the buy one get one free for the xperia play.

In hindsight i should of maybe checked to see if a better deal had already been posted. a nooby mistake. Apologies for any inconvenience cause you piece.

Banned

I'll sell you 2 of these for that price and I'll throw the missus in for free!

chaplin

crazy deal for crazy people



no it's a COLD crazy deal for crazy people
HTC Rhyme (Pre-order) - £249.99 @ Digital Phone
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Found 2nd Oct 2011Found 2nd Oct 2011
Summary
  1. Found 2nd Oct 2011
The phone is available in Silver / Purple

Good for the £ imo

Looks like HTC have finally got their price/performance ratio right to me, this looks to be an updated Desire S (although it is supposed to be aimed at women from what I've read) with a larger battery and new looks. Voted hot because whilst it is possible to get similar phones for less, some people will swear by HTC Sense.

Banned

On paper, yes

considering the desire s is around £300 sim free looking at the comparison in the above link between the two phones this seems a good price to me

Specification-wise looks very similar to HTC Desire S.


3G Network HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100 [HTC Desire S: HSDPA 900 / 2100]
Announced 2011, September
Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2011, October
Size Dimen: 116.8 x 61 x 10.1 mm (HTC Desire S: 115 x 59.8 x 11.6 mm)
Display: Type S-LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 480 x 800 pixels, 3.7 inches (~252 ppi pixel density)
HTC Sense UI 3.5
Internal 4 GB storage, 768 MB RAM [HTC Desire S: 1.1 GB ROM, 768 MB RAM]
Card slot microSD, up to 32GB, 8GB card included
3G/HSDPA 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
FEATURES OS Android OS, v2.3.4 (Gingerbread) [HTC Desire S: v2.3 (Gingerbread)]
CPU 1GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8255 chipset
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
- Light-up Charm Indicator accessory
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
BATTERY Standard battery, Li-Ion 1600 mAh [HTC Desire S: Li-Ion 1450 mAh]

GSMArena.com HTC Rhyme to HTC Desire S full comparison

Edited by: "ac1mx" 2nd Oct 2011

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