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Samsung Galaxy A20e dual sim 32gb refurb smartphone. Unlocked. 30 day free return + warranty £91.83 @ cheapest_electrical ebay Free postage
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Samsung Galaxy A20e dual sim 32gb refurb smartphone. Unlocked. 30 day free return + warranty £91.83 @ cheapest_electrical ebay Free postage

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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Samsung dual sim phone complete with all accessories. Unlocked to all networks,. 30 day free return and 12 month warranty. Condition is B+ phone may be a return & have slight mark on casing, and possible box damage. Checked and looked to have very positive seller rating, with high volume of sales.
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720p+ screen only. Only ok if you prefer a more western brand.
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 13:56

720p+ screen only. Only ok if you prefer a more western brand.


Samsung... Western?!
Its a decent phone for the price i bought this phone for my mum around 3 months ago for £89 + £10 sim from vodafone directly brand new... it is at 109 +10 top up now...
pennypinchysuperstingee17/11/2019 14:42

Its a decent phone for the price i bought this phone for my mum around 3 …Its a decent phone for the price i bought this phone for my mum around 3 months ago for £89 + £10 sim from vodafone directly brand new... it is at 109 +10 top up now...


Better off buying a alike New for the same price and unlocking, if need be. At least with a Like New the battery will mostly be new too.
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 13:56

720p+ screen only. Only ok if you prefer a more western brand.


Samsung is Korean.
I'm assume you meant a more common brand in the West.
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 13:56

720p+ screen only. Only ok if you prefer a more western brand.


That’s acceptable at this price point. I’m not sure you’d want to drive a higher res display with a lower-end CPU really. It seems like a decent, modern-looking phone for the money though.
plewis0017/11/2019 16:59

That’s acceptable at this price point. I’m not sure you’d want to drive a h …That’s acceptable at this price point. I’m not sure you’d want to drive a higher res display with a lower-end CPU really. It seems like a decent, modern-looking phone for the money though.


The CPU is much last years high end. I for one, cannot see the point of a low end screen when Full HD is available for the same price.
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 17:11

The CPU is much last years high end. I for one, cannot see the point of a …The CPU is much last years high end. I for one, cannot see the point of a low end screen when Full HD is available for the same price.


You’re driving more pixels for the sake of it. Let’s face it, it’s good enough for Apple’s iPhone XR and 11 so it should be adequate here. The rest of the spec is respectable for the money.
plewis0017/11/2019 17:13

You’re driving more pixels for the sake of it. Let’s face it, it’s good eno …You’re driving more pixels for the sake of it. Let’s face it, it’s good enough for Apple’s iPhone XR and 11 so it should be adequate here. The rest of the spec is respectable for the money.


I fail to say your apple argument. Being the market leader, for the indeterminable future people will comply with Apple standards.
I want high definition. 720p is simply not good enough on Android these days.

With Android, 720p is an avenue for getting an Amoled screen on a budget.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 17th Nov 2019
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 17:20

I fail to say your apple argument. Being the market leader, for the …I fail to say your apple argument. Being the market leader, for the indeterminable future people will comply with Apple standards.I want high definition. 720p is simply not good enough on Android these days.With Android, 720p is an avenue for getting an Amoled screen on a budget.


‘I want high definition’... then don’t buy a sub-£100 phone? it’s 296ppi, that’s more than enough for the average user this is aimed at. And yes, I would say that if it’s good enough for a £700 phone by Apple, then it’s fine here.
plewis0017/11/2019 17:30

‘I want high definition’... then don’t buy a sub-£100 phone? it …‘I want high definition’... then don’t buy a sub-£100 phone? it’s 296ppi, that’s more than enough for the average user this is aimed at. And yes, I would say that if it’s good enough for a £700 phone by Apple, then it’s fine here.


There must be a dozen sub £100 1080p smartphones out there. Way back in 2013, the 1080p LG G2 ran fine on a chipset far weaker than we have today, even on budget phones.
But yes, the average user can cope with 720p.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 17th Nov 2019
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 17:36

There must be a dozen sub £100 1080p smartphones out there. Way back in …There must be a dozen sub £100 1080p smartphones out there. Way back in 2013, the 1080p LG G2 ran fine on a chipset far weaker than we have today, even on budget phones.But yes, the average user can cope with 720p.


Yeah... and back in 2013 the G2 was a flagship handset and Android's OS requirements were far lower... the A20e is a budget handset with mostly mid-range specs but falling in around the £100 mark. How else do you propose manufacturers differentiate then? Running a 720p display which improves battery life and performance seems like a very fair compromise when you're also getting dual cameras, dual SIM, decent internal storage, 3GB RAM and a good SoC.
LadyEleanor17/11/2019 15:48

Better off buying a alike New for the same price and unlocking, if need …Better off buying a alike New for the same price and unlocking, if need be. At least with a Like New the battery will mostly be new too.


These were only launched April 2019, so no reason battery should be an issue. You still have warranty too.
plewis0017/11/2019 17:41

Yeah... and back in 2013 the G2 was a flagship handset and Android's OS …Yeah... and back in 2013 the G2 was a flagship handset and Android's OS requirements were far lower... the A20e is a budget handset with mostly mid-range specs but falling in around the £100 mark. How else do you propose manufacturers differentiate then? Running a 720p display which improves battery life and performance seems like a very fair compromise when you're also getting dual cameras, dual SIM, decent internal storage, 3GB RAM and a good SoC.


Granted, £100 is still a compromise. Even at £200 there is still some compromise left.
Not a bad price for a Samsung but there's much more value available elsewhere. Almost any Xiaomi phone in a similar price bracket will have far superior specs.
JediDealz17/11/2019 20:02

Not a bad price for a Samsung but there's much more value available …Not a bad price for a Samsung but there's much more value available elsewhere. Almost any Xiaomi phone in a similar price bracket will have far superior specs.


I'm sure there is, but regardless there are many that favour Samsung, or don't use /need the extra spec. There are plenty of deals posted for the Huawei/Xiaomi, think I'd be hard pushed to beat the experts we have on that front. 😄
dealdelver17/11/2019 20:13

I'm sure there is, but regardless there are many that favour Samsung, or …I'm sure there is, but regardless there are many that favour Samsung, or don't use /need the extra spec. There are plenty of deals posted for the Huawei/Xiaomi, think I'd be hard pushed to beat the experts we have on that front. 😄


I agree, it's a decent price for a Samsung but that's all this is. You're paying a premium for a brand name.
Yes, but like I said, many don't need the spec they just want to text, call, whatsapp, photos, and spot of GP's maybe,. Job done with these. So many people pay a premium amount for a brand, and yet it's wasted on them, all so they can be seen to sport it. I know many that paid silly prices for an apple device, just brand frenzy.
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