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New Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB, 8GB RAM. 2 years official Samsung UK warranty at Wowcamera £580

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Posted 15th May
Low price for the newest Samsung phone.
EU spec comes with EU 2 pin plug but adaptor is applied.
2 years Official Samsung warranty given.
Previous buyers from here on my other deals have confirmed UK warranty via IME numbers.
Have had very positive feedback from people who have purchased from them.
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TankDeal16/05/2019 10:23

Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t t …Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t trust putting my credit card details into any of their phones.


Good to see the propaganda wing of the government is working well. Do you have any examples of users of Chinese phone manufacturers having their bank details or card details used maliciously as a result of using their phones?

The only news I remember on the subject was the american FBI trying to strong arm the American company Apple into giving up information to them to unlock iPhones making apple have to defend ELEVEN court orders.

There's actual evidence of US authorities trying to manipulate US phone manufacturers but no, it's the Chinese phone manufacturers with no known interference from their authorities that are the problem...
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 16th May
TankDeal16/05/2019 10:23

Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t t …Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t trust putting my credit card details into any of their phones.


No need to worry about China as UK/US companies and governments already take all your data to sell on for voting analysis and targeted marketing already

This xenophobic fear of China started by the USA is because American Cisco can't compete with Huawei on 5G equipment pricing so the only way is to threaten countries with unprovable security threats

It is impossible to disprove what somebody might or could do in the future
Edited by: "gg1pl" 16th May
Back in the day big business in the west dumped western workers for cheap workers in other countries. Those other countries took the product and made it themselves under their own brand name - and sold it much cheaper than almost identical western products.

These days the countries of the 'cheap workers' can make products every bit as good and in some cases better than western 'competitors' - the western companies solution (to this problem of their own making) is not to compete but to demonise their competitors.

If the western companies succeed they can get back to charging increasingly higher prices for their products.
Synesok16/05/2019 11:23

You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked …You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked for huwaei to remove the backdoor access they had installed into the 5g equipment, they lied and refused and promised but it was still there, then all of a sudden... Its OK and vodas using the stuff, was it fixed in the last week? Who knows? Gchq tap every incoming bit of data do you think China wouldn't do the same or worse, who has more control over their citezens. They absolutely would, do and will continue to infest world wide data infrastructure. Just like us...


Quoting...'Telnet, which is a protocol that is commonly used by many vendors in the industry for performing diagnostic functions. It would not have been accessible from the iinternet'

Despite the US blackmailing the world to not use Huawei 5G and use theirs and being heavily scrutinized, no intelligence agency in the world including our own has found anything for spying/hacking

There was crap coding but that's not the same as backdoors/spying

Huawei ban is obviously part of the US trade war with China as banning Huawei benefits US companies Cisco and Qualcomm
Edited by: "gg1pl" 16th May
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SD version
Plastered16/05/2019 06:49

SD version


Really? If have thought this was Exynos if it's got UK warranty. I'd be all over this if it's a SD version.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 16th May
Minstadave16/05/2019 06:51

Really? If have thought this was Exynos if it's got UK warranty. I'd be …Really? If have thought this was Exynos if it's got UK warranty. I'd be all over this if it's a SD version.


Oh wait it lists all the CPUs
Plastered16/05/2019 06:59

Oh wait it lists all the CPUs


Yeah that had been mentioned previously. I imagine that it's Exynos as it's an EU handset.
The spec is just copied directly from gsmarena. I want a SD version of the S10+ but don't want to order from eglobal
This or the new one plus pro? Or even better , the note 10?
DQ11111116/05/2019 08:04

This or the new one plus pro? Or even better , the note 10?


Money no object the note 10 but it's going cost you a lot of notes.
adamderak16/05/2019 08:05

Money no object the note 10 but it's going cost you a lot of notes.


Haha well I'm looking to save some notes soooooo it looks like I may have to wait a bit longer for the price to drop.

P.s. does anyone know if the one plus pro performs better than the s10?
andy18216/05/2019 07:35

The spec is just copied directly from gsmarena. I want a SD version of the …The spec is just copied directly from gsmarena. I want a SD version of the S10+ but don't want to order from eglobal


Why dont u wanna order from eglobal? Not reliable?
DQ11111116/05/2019 08:04

This or the new one plus pro? Or even better , the note 10?


If you’re thinking to get oneplus 7 pro u might aswell get the note 10, it would be a much better all round choice. Cameras on s10+ better than op7 pro, has headphone jack and battery on the op7 pro is better
It does make u wonder why prices here in UK are what they are. £800 here and £580 somewhere else
Great price OP, no need to buy from China warranty-free

(This is of course another Chinese company, but with higher standards)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 16th May
RaiKush16/05/2019 08:35

It does make u wonder why prices here in UK are what they are. £800 here …It does make u wonder why prices here in UK are what they are. £800 here and £580 somewhere else


RIP of Britain, it's like almost any company sends goods to UK and adds 30% to the price because Brits will just pay for it.
Something can be manufactured in UK sent across to the other side of the planet but still be cheaper than UK price.
Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t trust putting my credit card details into any of their phones.
Bought the Note9 from these folks and it was the Luxemburg (I think) model. Just an FYI - Samsung pay won't work unless you flash it. However Samsung pay is rather limited with bank support so it's not really a problem. Anyway, it came in 2 days and was as advertised.
This is why it's just not worth buying Samsung handsets anymore. They are grossly overpriced at launch and you will get killed on depreciation, so the upgrade cycle will cost you a huge amount every 2 years as your old handset will be practically valueless.
adamderak16/05/2019 09:44

RIP of Britain, it's like almost any company sends goods to UK and adds …RIP of Britain, it's like almost any company sends goods to UK and adds 30% to the price because Brits will just pay for it.Something can be manufactured in UK sent across to the other side of the planet but still be cheaper than UK price.


Sucks but the goal of business is to extract as much purchasing power from a locale as possible.
There's also the S10E for £460 which seems like a bit of a bargain

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Plastered16/05/2019 06:49

SD version


It's the Exynos version unfortunately, not Snapdragon. I've emailed them previously to enquire about the chipset. EU handset.
Vandetta16/05/2019 08:11

If you’re thinking to get oneplus 7 pro u might aswell get the note 10, it …If you’re thinking to get oneplus 7 pro u might aswell get the note 10, it would be a much better all round choice. Cameras on s10+ better than op7 pro, has headphone jack and battery on the op7 pro is better


OPlus always claim better camera but it never on same level as iphone or Pixel. Samsung devices also have problem with camera but S10 seems promising with better quality at same price(after drop). OP finger scanner is also gimmick and sliding camera is also no more than that. Last best device oneplus produced was 5t.
TankDeal16/05/2019 10:23

Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t t …Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t trust putting my credit card details into any of their phones.


Good to see the propaganda wing of the government is working well. Do you have any examples of users of Chinese phone manufacturers having their bank details or card details used maliciously as a result of using their phones?

The only news I remember on the subject was the american FBI trying to strong arm the American company Apple into giving up information to them to unlock iPhones making apple have to defend ELEVEN court orders.

There's actual evidence of US authorities trying to manipulate US phone manufacturers but no, it's the Chinese phone manufacturers with no known interference from their authorities that are the problem...
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 16th May
TankDeal16/05/2019 10:23

Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t t …Samsung, Sony or Iphone always better then Chinese company phones. Don’t trust putting my credit card details into any of their phones.


No need to worry about China as UK/US companies and governments already take all your data to sell on for voting analysis and targeted marketing already

This xenophobic fear of China started by the USA is because American Cisco can't compete with Huawei on 5G equipment pricing so the only way is to threaten countries with unprovable security threats

It is impossible to disprove what somebody might or could do in the future
Edited by: "gg1pl" 16th May
Simonlovell10016/05/2019 10:28

This is why it's just not worth buying Samsung handsets anymore. They are …This is why it's just not worth buying Samsung handsets anymore. They are grossly overpriced at launch and you will get killed on depreciation, so the upgrade cycle will cost you a huge amount every 2 years as your old handset will be practically valueless.


That just means it is unwise to buy the latest handset on the day of release. If you wait a few months and get them for the kind of prices we've seen on this site lately for the S9/S10/Note9 it's a great value proposition.
Bosch216/05/2019 10:25

Bought the Note9 from these folks and it was the Luxemburg (I think) …Bought the Note9 from these folks and it was the Luxemburg (I think) model. Just an FYI - Samsung pay won't work unless you flash it. However Samsung pay is rather limited with bank support so it's not really a problem. Anyway, it came in 2 days and was as advertised.


I assume Google Pay will work?
gg1pl16/05/2019 10:44

No need to worry about China as UK/US companies and governments already …No need to worry about China as UK/US companies and governments already take all your data to sell on for voting analysis and targeted marketing alreadyThis xenophobic fear of China started by the USA is because American Cisco can't compete with Huawei on 5G equipment pricing so the only way is to threaten countries with unprovable security threatsIt is impossible to disprove what somebody might or could do in the future


You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked for huwaei to remove the backdoor access they had installed into the 5g equipment, they lied and refused and promised but it was still there, then all of a sudden... Its OK and vodas using the stuff, was it fixed in the last week? Who knows?

Gchq tap every incoming bit of data do you think China wouldn't do the same or worse, who has more control over their citezens.

They absolutely would, do and will continue to infest world wide data infrastructure.

Just like us...
How do they get them this cheap?
ck1211116/05/2019 11:27

How do they get them this cheap?


Grey imports I think. Either bought elsewhere in Europe or imported directly.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 16th May
According to the technical specification this is a Dual SIM version; is that likely to be correct?
Synesok16/05/2019 11:23

You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked …You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked for huwaei to remove the backdoor access they had installed into the 5g equipment, they lied and refused and promised but it was still there, then all of a sudden... Its OK and vodas using the stuff, was it fixed in the last week? Who knows? Gchq tap every incoming bit of data do you think China wouldn't do the same or worse, who has more control over their citezens. They absolutely would, do and will continue to infest world wide data infrastructure. Just like us...


Quoting...'Telnet, which is a protocol that is commonly used by many vendors in the industry for performing diagnostic functions. It would not have been accessible from the iinternet'

Despite the US blackmailing the world to not use Huawei 5G and use theirs and being heavily scrutinized, no intelligence agency in the world including our own has found anything for spying/hacking

There was crap coding but that's not the same as backdoors/spying

Huawei ban is obviously part of the US trade war with China as banning Huawei benefits US companies Cisco and Qualcomm
Edited by: "gg1pl" 16th May
usenetz16/05/2019 11:40

According to the technical specification this is a Dual SIM version; is …According to the technical specification this is a Dual SIM version; is that likely to be correct?




I wouldn't trust it, it mentions Snapdragon CPU which is wrong, so probably a cut and paste.
usenetz16/05/2019 11:40

According to the technical specification this is a Dual SIM version; is …According to the technical specification this is a Dual SIM version; is that likely to be correct?


They confirmed to me that it is dual sim Exynos version.
Synesok16/05/2019 11:23

You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked …You might want to have a further look into that, vodafone repeatedly asked for huwaei to remove the backdoor access they had installed into the 5g equipment, they lied and refused and promised but it was still there, then all of a sudden... Its OK and vodas using the stuff, was it fixed in the last week? Who knows? Gchq tap every incoming bit of data do you think China wouldn't do the same or worse, who has more control over their citezens. They absolutely would, do and will continue to infest world wide data infrastructure. Just like us...


So you're specifically sceptical of Huawei because:

1. Vodafone have accepted them as a trusted supplier
2. The worst you can accuse them of is being as bad as UK and US companies?

You understand how that makes no sense, right? You're basically saying "Huawei are as bad as other companies, so don't trust Huawei, trust the other companies!"
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 16th May
Back in the day big business in the west dumped western workers for cheap workers in other countries. Those other countries took the product and made it themselves under their own brand name - and sold it much cheaper than almost identical western products.

These days the countries of the 'cheap workers' can make products every bit as good and in some cases better than western 'competitors' - the western companies solution (to this problem of their own making) is not to compete but to demonise their competitors.

If the western companies succeed they can get back to charging increasingly higher prices for their products.
RaiKush16/05/2019 08:35

It does make u wonder why prices here in UK are what they are. £800 here …It does make u wonder why prices here in UK are what they are. £800 here and £580 somewhere else


£800 here and we don't even get the best processor going...

I know there's slim margins in it but hey at this kind of money I'm in favour of consumers getting their money's worth...
kwl14716/05/2019 12:16

£800 here and we don't even get the best processor going...I know there's …£800 here and we don't even get the best processor going...I know there's slim margins in it but hey at this kind of money I'm in favour of consumers getting their money's worth...


Damn right! Being short changed is treason to me lol
adamderak16/05/2019 09:44

RIP of Britain, it's like almost any company sends goods to UK and adds …RIP of Britain, it's like almost any company sends goods to UK and adds 30% to the price because Brits will just pay for it.Something can be manufactured in UK sent across to the other side of the planet but still be cheaper than UK price.


Avoidance of VAT also contributes to the these lower prices. 20% VAT is and will always be a regressive form of taxation.

My real problem with Samsung is that we don't get the SD variants. Those typically get lower idle drain (this has changed with the Exynos variants for this generation but this could change with software updates) and are more powerful when gaming etc.
RaiKush16/05/2019 12:18

Damn right! Being short changed is treason to me lol


Yeah I have a serious problem with justifying paying VAT on a product which isn't even the best one made by the firm. Like Samsung have short changed us and think we'll just suck it up. Forget that lol. They're lucky that the market has abandoned the headphone jack and they're the only ones basically keeping it and so they retain a lot of customers for that reason.
kwl14716/05/2019 12:25

Yeah I have a serious problem with justifying paying VAT on a product …Yeah I have a serious problem with justifying paying VAT on a product which isn't even the best one made by the firm. Like Samsung have short changed us and think we'll just suck it up. Forget that lol. They're lucky that the market has abandoned the headphone jack and they're the only ones basically keeping it and so they retain a lot of customers for that reason.


Yeah I am a music man too, so like my 3.5mm hence me staying with Samsung and LG especially LG's audio is great but they don't market it enough. This is where Apple beat a lot of manufacturers, their product might not be a top top spec but they market well
RaiKush16/05/2019 12:32

Yeah I am a music man too, so like my 3.5mm hence me staying with Samsung …Yeah I am a music man too, so like my 3.5mm hence me staying with Samsung and LG especially LG's audio is great but they don't market it enough. This is where Apple beat a lot of manufacturers, their product might not be a top top spec but they market well


I don't mind having 3.5mm jack on my note 9 but I do appreciate the freedom of Bluetooth when working on my desk. Wires for when I'm out on the go and really want the extra high quality. Imo until wireless is off the same or better quality as wired, it's the most ridiculous decision to get rid of it.

Yeah both Apple and Samsung market like it's their last product. Google and LG lose out here. LG software and updates leave a lot to be desired and same for their design choices. Prices are so high on release and yet their cameras aren't right up there. They need to go utilitarian like they used to with the V series. Bring in removable battery in their devices, optional CPU upgrade, memory expansion and so on.
gg1pl16/05/2019 10:44

No need to worry about China as UK/US companies and governments already …No need to worry about China as UK/US companies and governments already take all your data to sell on for voting analysis and targeted marketing alreadyThis xenophobic fear of China started by the USA is because American Cisco can't compete with Huawei on 5G equipment pricing so the only way is to threaten countries with unprovable security threatsIt is impossible to disprove what somebody might or could do in the future


Security of a country isn't a court of law, even if there is just the threat of Huawei spying for China, it's not a risk worth taking, which is why the ex head of MI6 has just said, don't use them.

As for this Samsung, it's a good price, but Exynos, ewww.
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