LG G6 H870DS 64GB Dual sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black at Eglobalcentral for £387.99
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LG G6 H870DS 64GB Dual sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black at Eglobalcentral for £387.99

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Found 29th May 2017


3%OFF Code HAPPY3YEARS

Description

FullVision display with narrow bezel in premium metal and glass body elevates LG G6 into the next generation of smartphone design.

The surprisingly large FullVision display into a sleek device provides more room for text, browsing, and wider view when playing games. The 18:9 aspect ratio and QHD Plus resolution also allow superior picture quality for a more engaging viewing experience.

Get the bigger picture with front camera no matter what the subject is!

Capture all of life’s breathtaking views with the dual 13MP rear-facing cameras in the LG G6.

Have more fun with photos and videos using one of the four different square camera modes.

The LG G6 with Dolby Vision™, HDR10 and a QuadHD+ FullVision display provides an immersive cinematic experience with enhanced contrast and color.

*Video contents must be created in Dolby Vision™ or HDR10 to take advantage of HDR playback.

Take the LG G6 just about anywhere without worry thanks to its outstanding IP68 water and dust resistance.

Capture fuller, richer, higher-quality sound with the two high AOP mics and high-fidelity recording capability of the LG G6.

The LG G6 invites you to the next level of gaming experience, and allows you not to worry about battery left thanks to the Game Battery Saver.

You can also adjust each indicator such as resolution, frame and battery on individual needs.

The voice-activated Google Assistant works seamlessly and effortlessly with the LG G6 and is ready to help in those times when you need a hand but can’t spare one.

Get an incredible listening experience with Hi-Fi Quad DAC playback, allowing you to hear crisp, clear sound that is closer to the source.

Feature

- 2.35GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 821

- 64 GB, 4 GB RAM, microSD

- 5.7" (1440 x 2880) QHD+ FullVision® IPS Quantum Display

- 13MP +13 MP Rear Camera

- 5MP Front Camera

- Water & Dust Resistance (IP68), Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0™, MIL-STD 810G Transit Drop Test

- Quad DAC

- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

- 3300 mAh (Li-Ion)

- Android 7.0 (Nougat)

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snappyfish

​My G3 broke recently and just purchased a lenovo P2 couldn't be happier. … ​My G3 broke recently and just purchased a lenovo P2 couldn't be happier. Way cheaper, amazing battery.



​And not good as the G6 sadly. Unsure how your comment relates to this deal.
Eglobal urghhhhhhh.
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Eglobal urghhhhhhh.
Cheapest I've seen but not worth it for the lack of warranty/ difficult customer service. Price will continue to decrease too.
Bilbo1968

Eglobal urghhhhhhh.



​Have you purchased from them before?
Jono1984

Have you purchased from them before?


So tell us, what does happen if your device goes wrong?
Hot from me
shadydeallikes

So tell us, what does happen if your device goes wrong?


If you paid EGC directly by UK credit card and EGC are still processing its credit card transaction via Worldpay as noted in recent similar deal, you contact the UK credit card company that is legally obliged to service the warranty as if it was the merchant.
Eglobal COLD
same kind of pricing when the G5 came out, within 3 months I paid £289 from Amazon UK... if you're not desperate then I'd give it another month
stiffnuts

Eglobal COLD



​Can you explain why?
Will bite when £300.
Jono1984

​Have you purchased from them before?



​?
Looks like it's back up to £399. Think I'll buy when it finally hits £350
I bought off eGlobal when they had a page on eBay. The phone suffered a fault after a few weeks, contacted eGlobal and after a few days of messaging, they linked me to their website where I had to upload images of the fault and they would then send me an address to send the phone back. They said that if we receive the phone and we discover that there are no issues, we will charge you a fixed fee of £20.00 for wasting their time, and also the P+P cost for the return. Contacted eBay, a few days later I had my refund. Now discovered that they've closed their eBay page (probably because they've realised that they're got someone to answer to when they give poor customer service). Wouldn't use them again.
stiffnuts

Eglobal COLD


mmb76

Can you explain why?


Generally not liked on HUKD due to previous customers' historical issues, and some peeps are not comfortable with a HK supplier and / or do not have access to a credit card for the potential additional protection for purchases of an item over £100. That said, EGC has been shown to offer recent surprisingly quick delivery for a far east supplier, import VAT is stated to be covered by EGC, and there is the option of UK returns (if the customer chooses to go down that route), plus the UK-enforceable S75 protection subject to qualification criteria.
Bilbo1968

Eglobal urghhhhhhh.


in other threads its been reported delivery within 4 days via dpd....
mvnl2008

Looks like it's back up to £399. Think I'll buy when it finally hits £350



​Sorry, didn't notice the discount code in the deal post. My bad
Go for the lg v20 at £100 less.
Paragon7

Cheapest I've seen but not worth it for the lack of warranty/ difficult … Cheapest I've seen but not worth it for the lack of warranty/ difficult customer service. Price will continue to decrease too.



​My G3 broke recently and just purchased a lenovo P2 couldn't be happier. Way cheaper, amazing battery.
snappyfish

​My G3 broke recently and just purchased a lenovo P2 couldn't be happier. … ​My G3 broke recently and just purchased a lenovo P2 couldn't be happier. Way cheaper, amazing battery.



​And not good as the G6 sadly. Unsure how your comment relates to this deal.
so whats the verdict on the g6??
lets not keep going on about boot loop g6 is a different handset....tho i loved the g4 was a great phone...

im thinking s8, g6 or oneplus5
this or the xiaomi mi note 2 at around £350?
bloc

this or the xiaomi mi note 2 at around £350?



or LG V20 @ £290 odd?
arfawn48 m ago

or LG V20 @ £290 odd?


i currently have a v10 great phone ruined by poor battery life. I don't think v20 and g6 are significantly better in terms of battery life. The xiaomi has a 4000 mAh battery shoul last 1-2 days.
Is this retailer UK based and are they reliable?
Just looked on Quidco and 2% cash back available, so potentially another £8 orf the price.
gilesrdavies

Is this retailer UK based and are they reliable?Just looked on Quidco and … Is this retailer UK based and are they reliable?Just looked on Quidco and 2% cash back available, so potentially another £8 orf the price.


Post 14.
gilesrdavies

Is this retailer UK based and are they reliable?Just looked on Quidco and … Is this retailer UK based and are they reliable?Just looked on Quidco and 2% cash back available, so potentially another £8 orf the price.



​no and best of luck to you when it bootloops.
arfawn

or LG V20 @ £290 odd?



V20 is a great phone; it might not matter to you but the 990DS hasn't got an unlockable bootloader so long term you'll not be able to get third party ROMs and updates.
https://twitter.com/PaulOBrien/status/868063509053153280

https://twitter.com/PaulOBrien/status/869810159069036544

5 Days and no response from EGC about a faulty G6.

I'd keep an eye on how this situation unfolds before even consider using them on something of such value.
Excellent phone but honestly cant trust the retailer.

And this phone is never going to touch £300 for standard retailers in UK, for those who are waiting.

Credit Card protection as far as i am aware only covers retailers in the UK, not any seller from across the world. So credit cards will not protect you just like that.
Cex paying £435 cash for this phone so a profit to be made if you fancied it :-)
arfawn

Go for the lg v20 at £100 less.



this.
mvnl2008

Looks like it's back up to £399. Think I'll buy when it finally hits £350


I'm in for £250!
cigbunt

so whats the verdict on the g6?? lets not keep going on about boot loop … so whats the verdict on the g6?? lets not keep going on about boot loop g6 is a different handset....tho i loved the g4 was a great phone...im thinking s8, g6 or oneplus5


Same here but S8 is way too expensive
One must be very naive to think that a company without an address, telephone number and even a e-mail address can be 'good'.

The only it has to do with UK is "uk" in the name that must ring a bell as it's more common for chinese companies than for any genuine UK companies.

I'd cancel my order and contact my debit/credit card company ASAP for chargeback.
****, bought a p10 from these guys yesterday at ~£500. hope it turns up!
idrishussainw7

One must be very naive to think that a company without an address, … One must be very naive to think that a company without an address, telephone number and even a e-mail address can be 'good'.The only it has to do with UK is "uk" in the name that must ring a bell as it's more common for chinese companies than for any genuine UK companies.I'd cancel my order and contact my debit/credit card company ASAP for chargeback.


I never used them. But they have been on here for awhile.

Have you dealt with them personally?
FTOdude170

****, bought a p10 from these guys yesterday at ~£500. hope it turns up!



I've never seen supply be an issue with them but if anything goes wrong with your phone then you're quite possibly getting no support from them.
I have used them many times and they have never failed me. If you're unsure then use PayPal or a credit card so that you're protected
Used them multiple times. Usually for handsets not available in UK. Just ordered mate 9 pro 128gb 6gb ram £485. After sales is the issue....
abhijitdash123

Excellent phone but honestly cant trust the retailer.And this phone is … Excellent phone but honestly cant trust the retailer.And this phone is never going to touch £300 for standard retailers in UK, for those who are waiting.Credit Card protection as far as i am aware only covers retailers in the UK, not any seller from across the world. So credit cards will not protect you just like that.



​Not true. I've had a section 75 refund for a purchase from a Hong Kong supplier who failed to deliver and then failed to refund. I got every single penny back. The retailer by the way was Simply Electronics. It was a shame as I'd previously purchased from them twice before with no issues.
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