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Samsung Galaxy A10 4G 6.2" Smartphone 32GB Dual Sim Unlocked Sim-Free *Red* Grade B £83.75 cheapest_electrical Ebay

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Item may have been purchased and returned as unwanted and as a result may have a very slight mark on the casing/screen with possible box damage or replaced box. Item is otherwise complete with all accessories. 12 months warranty supplied.





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Go for the Huawei's at this price point - the A10 may as well be part of their J series it's that sub par.
Carson_Official26/09/2019 18:38

Go for the Huawei's at this price point - the A10 may as well be part of …Go for the Huawei's at this price point - the A10 may as well be part of their J series it's that sub par.


There’s a very obvious and common reason why you wouldn’t get a Huawei though. For the money I don’t see how you can really knock the A10, it has decent enough specs at this price point.
plewis0026/09/2019 21:07

There’s a very obvious and common reason why you wouldn’t get a Huawei tho …There’s a very obvious and common reason why you wouldn’t get a Huawei though. For the money I don’t see how you can really knock the A10, it has decent enough specs at this price point.


Are you referring to the US - China trade ban? That (as commonly known) doesn't affect currently released devices - the Mate 30 Pro is the first device in this country AFAIA which will suffer that issue.

Brand new, better speced Huawei vs a second hand entry level Samsung? I will let you make your mind up, was just giving my opionion
Carson_Official26/09/2019 21:12

Are you referring to the US - China trade ban? That (as commonly known) …Are you referring to the US - China trade ban? That (as commonly known) doesn't affect currently released devices - the Mate 30 Pro is the first device in this country AFAIA which will suffer that issue.Brand new, better speced Huawei vs a second hand entry level Samsung? I will let you make your mind up, was just giving my opionion


I know it doesn’t make any difference but I’m not buying a budget Samsung handset. I am saying that people at this end of the market kind of know what to expect with Samsung whereas the uncertainty with Huawei might be enough to put them off.
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