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Good condition blue Samsung Note 9 - £287.99 @ 4gadgetscouk eBay
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Good condition blue Samsung Note 9 - £287.99 @ 4gadgetscouk eBay

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Posted 1st Nov

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Great low price from a very good seller, other colours also available.
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  • Condition Guide:
These devices are in good condition. There will be some minor signs of wear and tear on the screen and casing.

The previous owner didn’t use a case or screen protector as they weren’t too bothered about minor marks.

This device has been fully tested to ensure it is in full working order.


What’s included?

We provided a free charging cable with all orders only. The product will be dispatched in our own secure packaging to protect its original box.



Delivery:

We provide a next day delivery service on all orders placed before 3pm Monday-Friday



Warranty/Returns:

We are so confident we offer the best quality gadgets that we even offer a 14 day money back guarantee and a 90 day warranty on all orders!


£10 more for the dual-SIM version - that's what I bought. They have all colours too. Just an idea, but will add more than £10 of value when you come to resell it later.

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This or mate 20 pro?
4gadgets being one of the better graders imo. Heat
humadoon01/11/2019 10:25

This or mate 20 pro?


I'd go for the Mate 20 Pro. Can't see anything replacing my Mate 20 X any time soon, great phones.
Also available in excellent and pristine condition at a very good price.
You’ve taken all the blue ones you evil swines. Black it is I guess
BigDaveLFC01/11/2019 10:42

You’ve taken all the blue ones you evil swines. Black it is I guess


It still says 6 available...
Edited by: "absolutebeginner" 1st Nov
That is a great price for a note 9, pristine grade for under £330 also. I keep telling myself to hold out for black friday but it's very tempting.
absolutebeginner01/11/2019 10:51

It still says 6 available for me...


Reappeared there after I bought the black one. I’d limited their items so all I could see was that note 9 in all it’s colours but blue nowhere to be seen. Basically I’m an impatient idiot; got blue now. Just need to get the black one cancelled
Is duos the dual SIM card one?
Was pretty happy with my S9+ dual-SIM retail box deal but this seems to offer a good and better alternative for not a lot more. Bought the dual-SIM variant for £10 more, seems like it'll be more useful and add resell later - everyone loves a good dual-SIM phone!

Grading from these guys is excellent - if it's like their website.
Edited by: "plewis00" 1st Nov
Zalwaw01/11/2019 11:10

Is duos the dual SIM card one?



No, I looked into this in some depth, no Google net info about this "DUOS" definition for Note 9.
However, separately, I believe DUOS means this:-
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Edited by: "splender" 1st Nov
They have very good grading in my experience - I bought the blue 512Gb/8Gb Dual Sim in excellent condition a few days ago directly from them, and it is immaculate.
Re the Mate 20 Pro vs Note 9 debate. I've had both and in my opinion I prefer the S-Pen functionality, headphone jack, better RAM management, One UI and notchless display of the Note over the better camera and marginally better performance on the Huawei. Horses for courses though .

PS Heat added for the deal
Edited by: "locktheworldout" 1st Nov
Can someone help me please what would be better the note 9 or the xiaomi mi 9t Pro both are nearly the same price. Note 9 is used and the xiaomi is brand new. Tia
zedf01/11/2019 11:52

Can someone help me please what would be better the note 9 or the xiaomi …Can someone help me please what would be better the note 9 or the xiaomi mi 9t Pro both are nearly the same price. Note 9 is used and the xiaomi is brand new. Tia


Read above @locktheworldout 's lines, and detract bit about camera excellence of Huawei, and you've got Xiaomi; a very good phone don't get me wrong, but not many phones can compare to Note 9. It's one of best overall packages out there, even being a bit of an oldie now.
humadoon01/11/2019 10:25

This or mate 20 pro?


Mate more palm-friendly. Otherwise, unless camera-mad, I'd go Sammy
Mate is definitely smaller in the hand, but I had to hide the annoying notch so the useable screen size for me was a lot smaller too.
The Note 9 speakers are considerably better too if that's important to you.
Heat added.But not sure if this is 100% a UK model and seller does not indicate which models are dual sim so will pass for now.
Bully01/11/2019 13:53

Heat added.But not sure if this is 100% a UK model and seller does not …Heat added.But not sure if this is 100% a UK model and seller does not indicate which models are dual sim so will pass for now.


Seller makes it very clear which models are dual SIM and they provide the model number too.
locktheworldout01/11/2019 13:24

Mate is definitely smaller in the hand, but I had to hide the annoying …Mate is definitely smaller in the hand, but I had to hide the annoying notch so the useable screen size for me was a lot smaller too. The Note 9 speakers are considerably better too if that's important to you.


Not just speakers, wired music quality too
Zalwaw01/11/2019 11:10

Is duos the dual SIM card one?



No idea, not very clear but the N960FD the seller has also listed is not a UK model, it is an Asian model (google),however it appears to be dual sim if that helps.
Might not help, but the 512/8Gb dual version I got from them the other day does not say Duos on the back as some do, and after registering it with Samsung they confirmed that it has the full 2 year warranty from MY date of purchase (so I'm well chuffed).
locktheworldout01/11/2019 14:28

Might not help, but the 512/8Gb dual version I got from them the other day …Might not help, but the 512/8Gb dual version I got from them the other day does not say Duos on the back as some do, and after registering it with Samsung they confirmed that it has the full 2 year warranty from MY date of purchase (so I'm well chuffed).



Great..can you confirm the model number you purchased?
If it helps anyone I'm a serial phone changer. Have had my note 9 a year now and it's the first phone I haven't been itching to get rid of.
At this price it's a steal.
Edited by: "markymark34" 1st Nov
Bully01/11/2019 14:32

Great..can you confirm the model number you purchased?



Sure, it's an SM-N960F
Blue good condition now gone but plenty of other options.
Follow this link and you will see all available options: ebaystores.co.uk/fou…c=1
is it worth £50 extra to get 512gb 8gb ram Duo? tough decision
locktheworldout01/11/2019 14:28

Might not help, but the 512/8Gb dual version I got from them the other day …Might not help, but the 512/8Gb dual version I got from them the other day does not say Duos on the back as some do, and after registering it with Samsung they confirmed that it has the full 2 year warranty from MY date of purchase (so I'm well chuffed).


do you think the 512gb is worth the extra?
Edited by: "yoyo59" 1st Nov
yoyo5901/11/2019 17:38

do you think the 512gb is worth the extra?


I'm coming from a 128Gb iphone, and liked to load it up with 40Gb of music and podcasts as well as audiobooks and videos. It left me a bit short with storage so I would have an eye on my video recording resolution.

128Gb on the base model Note 9 would probably have been fine with a memory card on top of that, but I've had issues with those before.

I decided that if I bought a Note I would try to future proof myself as much as possible and the 512Gb plus extra 2Gb Ram would really help with that.

Its probably overkill, but I plan on keeping this for a good few years.
locktheworldout01/11/2019 17:51

I'm coming from a 128Gb iphone, and liked to load it up with 40Gb of music …I'm coming from a 128Gb iphone, and liked to load it up with 40Gb of music and podcasts as well as audiobooks and videos. It left me a bit short with storage so I would have an eye on my video recording resolution. 128Gb on the base model Note 9 would probably have been fine with a memory card on top of that, but I've had issues with those before. I decided that if I bought a Note I would try to future proof myself as much as possible and the 512Gb plus extra 2Gb Ram would really help with that. Its probably overkill, but I plan on keeping this for a good few years.


did you order a ''good condition'' or excellent on the site? im wondering which is more likely to still have the samsung warranty like yours, the 512gb is very good price if you add some codes on there site making it difficult to decide between this or 512
yoyo5901/11/2019 17:53

did you order a ''good condition'' or excellent on the site? im wondering …did you order a ''good condition'' or excellent on the site? im wondering which is more likely to still have the samsung warranty like yours, the 512gb is very good price if you add some codes on there site making it difficult to decide between this or 512


I ordered the excellent - and its immaculate. I was really surprised (and pleased) about the warranty situation.
Edited by: "locktheworldout" 1st Nov
I cant see a 512gb version on their ebay page. Is it no longer available?
Sfonz01/11/2019 18:18

I cant see a 512gb version on their ebay page. Is it no longer available?


can be found on offical site
just made my mind up, going to order off there website instead... 90 days warranty vs 12 months.. think ill go 12 months!
Cant see a 512gb version for £50 more than this on their official site
Got the 512gb duo SIM excellent condition for £399.99 from the site, delivery tomorrow will give a review when it arrives 🏼
Jordanb123401/11/2019 22:12

Got the 512gb duo SIM excellent condition for £399.99 from the site, …Got the 512gb duo SIM excellent condition for £399.99 from the site, delivery tomorrow will give a review when it arrives 🏼


blue or black ? im still undecided!
Edited by: "yoyo59" 1st Nov
yoyo5901/11/2019 22:14

blue or black ? im still undecided!


Blue all day! Been looked at cases tho and no decent protection wise cases will show off the blue phone anyway so it's not really an issue anyway, would say blue will be worth more for reselling in the future but not by much
I've been a fan of the Ringke cases for a long time. I'm going for the Ringke Air in blue for some scratch protection, slight lip to protect the front and minimal drop protection.

I like the lanyard loop, which makes a phone easier to get out of my pocket and added safety when in use.

Ringke Air Case Compatible with Galaxy Note 9, Lightweight Slim Thin Soft Flexible TPU Cover [Anti-Cling Dot Matrix Technology] Ergonomic Scratch Resistant Compatible with Galaxy Note9 - Aqua Blue amazon.co.uk/dp/…HMF
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