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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 12GB/256GB Dual Sim - Aura White Smartphone - £695.99 @ eGlobal Central
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 12GB/256GB Dual Sim - Aura White Smartphone - £695.99 @ eGlobal Central

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Fantastic price for the 12GB Daddy, or is it Mammy version - only if you are OK with a purchase of this size from eglobal, if you aren't then that's fair enough, and I urge you not to even consider this
3318814.jpg- Octa-core Processor

- 12GB, 256GB, microSD

- 6.8 inches Dynamic AMOLED, 1440 x 3040, 498 ppi

- Rear Camera: 12.0 + 12.0 + 16.0 MP

- Front Camera: 10.0MP

- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot

- Bluetooth 5.0

- 4300 mAh

Read the Big bold writing below please:

If you aren't OK with spending this money on this type of site then please don't, there may be extra charges and long waits as well. Always a risk with these kinds of purchases, so do think thoroughly before diving in.

Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that covers warranty on Grey imports

Like I say, I really wouldn't go through with this purchase, unless you are 100% certain you can accept there may be issues.
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Edited by: "mark077" 29th Oct
Heat from me switchy, but it must suck that you (and a few of the other HUKD experts) have to add and point people to a bold disclaimer mate, people should just research (google) and take precautions (as you say pp or cc).
Edited by: "Maevoric" 29th Oct
It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G version of the phone?
yoshi29/10/2019 07:26

It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G v …It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G version of the phone?


Indeed sir
yoshi29/10/2019 07:26

It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G v …It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G version of the phone?


If its not mentioned then its not my friend
yoshi29/10/2019 07:26

It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G v …It doesn’t mention 5G, would I be correct in assuming this is not a 5G version of the phone?


No this isn't the 5g version.
Maevoric29/10/2019 07:25

Heat from me switchy, but it must suck that you (and a few of the other …Heat from me switchy, but it must suck that you (and a few of the other HUKD experts) have to add and point people to a bold disclaimer mate, people should just research (google) and take precautions (as you say pp or cc).


Yup! Such is the way, but if it reassures people, and helps in their buying decisions, then I'm happy to put it into every single one of my Grey import deals. Cheers buddy
Great price mate, these are slowly creepy down in price.

This is the N9750 model which is the snapdragon
Edited by: "bigup" 29th Oct
bigup29/10/2019 07:42

Great price mate, these are closely creepy down in price. This is the …Great price mate, these are closely creepy down in price. This is the N9750 model which is the snapdragon


Cheers bud
MrSwitch29/10/2019 07:41

Yup! Such is the way, but if it reassures people, and helps in their …Yup! Such is the way, but if it reassures people, and helps in their buying decisions, then I'm happy to put it into every single one of my Grey import deals. Cheers buddy


RE "Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that covers warranty on Grey imports" - I would take care with Paypal, not sure how their relationship with eglobal works but possible you won't have section 75 protection, I'd just use a credit card everytime.

moneysavingexpert.com/sho…es/

see "Warning! Don't use PayPal to pay on a credit card. It's one of the third-party payments firms affected and using it will often – though not always – scupper your Section 75 rights. Read our full guide."
45ure29/10/2019 07:44

RE "Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that …RE "Pay by credit card or PayPal, and ideally have an bank account that covers warranty on Grey imports" - I would take care with Paypal, not sure how their relationship with eglobal works but possible you won't have section 75 protection, I'd just use a credit card everytime.https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases/see "Warning! Don't use PayPal to pay on a credit card. It's one of the third-party payments firms affected and using it will often – though not always – scupper your Section 75 rights. Read our full guide."


Using a credit card via PayPal gives you no more protection than PayPal itself. I always say pay by credit card or PayPal.
MrSwitch29/10/2019 07:49

Using a credit card via PayPal gives you no more protection than PayPal …Using a credit card via PayPal gives you no more protection than PayPal itself. I always say pay by credit card or PayPal.


I don't understand your point sorry, paying via a credit card directly always gives you section 75 (if over £100), which means you can hold the credit card company legally liable for any loss or fraud - it's great Paypal doesnt give you the same legal protection (in all cases), it depends upon the relationship between Paypal and the vendor and you cannot tell what that is unless you get into difficulties by which time it is too late. Sure paypal offers some protections, but I'd prefer a UK bank legally bound to protect me via a credit card.
45ure29/10/2019 07:58

I don't understand your point sorry, paying via a credit card directly …I don't understand your point sorry, paying via a credit card directly always gives you section 75 (if over £100), which means you can hold the credit card company legally liable for any loss or fraud - it's great Paypal doesnt give you the same legal protection (in all cases), it depends upon the relationship between Paypal and the vendor and you cannot tell what that is unless you get into difficulties by which time it is too late. Sure paypal offers some protections, but I'd prefer a UK bank legally bound to protect me via a credit card.


I've never had an issue paying via PayPal, and believe they give you good enough protection in most cases. I don't know the exact legalities of it all.

Of course paying by credit card gives you a lot of protection too, but not everyone has a credit card, and PayPal is a very good alternative.

Paying via credit card which is linked to PayPal, gives you no more protection than paying via debit card which is linked to PayPal.
I had problem buying an expensive counterfeit item before. Used cc to pay in my PayPal and cc wouldn't accept liability and made me go thorough paypal to claim. Didn't get any money back from PayPal in the end.
Not sure if cc would have been better or not but I don't trust PayPal on large purchases now
What about about using PayPal Credit, I guess that's different from using a credit card? No section 75 protection?
Horses for courses and each to their own and all that but I just bought a OnePlus 7T Pro brand new direct from OnePlus for £664 (5% student discount). For me that represents much better value - I obviously appreciate not everyone can get the discount but even at full price it's every bit as good if not better. I tried a Note 10+ for a week and I just couldn't take to it at all.
MrSwitch29/10/2019 08:01

I've never had an issue paying via PayPal, and believe they give you good …I've never had an issue paying via PayPal, and believe they give you good enough protection in most cases. I don't know the exact legalities of it all. Of course paying by credit card gives you a lot of protection too, but not everyone has a credit card, and PayPal is a very good alternative. Paying via credit card which is linked to PayPal, gives you no more protection than paying via debit card which is linked to PayPal.


The difference is with a credit card you have protection defined in law whereas with Paypal you're entirely reliant on the Paypal and you have no legal recourse with them if you're not satisfied with the way they're handling the transaction.

I disagree with the post above that the disclaimer shouldn't be needed and think it's a good to see on a grey import deal especially as some of these companies make it look like they're in the UK or people simply aren't aware what a grey import means.
I'll definitely wait for these to go down further maybe wait for 5g one
GMac1129/10/2019 09:06

Horses for courses and each to their own and all that but I just bought a …Horses for courses and each to their own and all that but I just bought a OnePlus 7T Pro brand new direct from OnePlus for £664 (5% student discount). For me that represents much better value - I obviously appreciate not everyone can get the discount but even at full price it's every bit as good if not better. I tried a Note 10+ for a week and I just couldn't take to it at all.


Link can you give me a code
MrSwitch29/10/2019 08:01

I've never had an issue paying via PayPal, and believe they give you good …I've never had an issue paying via PayPal, and believe they give you good enough protection in most cases. I don't know the exact legalities of it all. Of course paying by credit card gives you a lot of protection too, but not everyone has a credit card, and PayPal is a very good alternative. Paying via credit card which is linked to PayPal, gives you no more protection than paying via debit card which is linked to PayPal.


I think the point is that it might be helpful to clarify that PayPal weakens your protection if you were going to pay by credit card. If you're paying by debit card, then PayPal is the way to go. If you're paying by credit card, it probably isn't.
Am I reading this right 12gb of ram?? But no 5G?
Do ppl need that much ram on a mobile even for video processing /mobile gaming??
I can't help feeling that using one of the many eBay importers would be easier than eglobal.
eBay importers are a similar price, and tend to arrive way quicker than eglobal.
At to that, that eBay buyer protection will come to your aid 9 times out of 10 if anything is wrong.
GMac1129/10/2019 09:06

Horses for courses and each to their own and all that but I just bought a …Horses for courses and each to their own and all that but I just bought a OnePlus 7T Pro brand new direct from OnePlus for £664 (5% student discount). For me that represents much better value - I obviously appreciate not everyone can get the discount but even at full price it's every bit as good if not better. I tried a Note 10+ for a week and I just couldn't take to it at all.


The Note series is all about the S Pen.
If you're not going to use it there's very little point to choosing it in the first place.
With that taken into account there's no substitute.
skinrush29/10/2019 10:57

I can't help feeling that using one of the many eBay importers would be …I can't help feeling that using one of the many eBay importers would be easier than eglobal.eBay importers are a similar price, and tend to arrive way quicker than eglobal.At to that, that eBay buyer protection will come to your aid 9 times out of 10 if anything is wrong.


How did you arrive at this calculation, "...that eBay buyer protection will come to your aid 9 times out of 10 if anything is wrong."
Or, are you quoting from an analysis that was published earlier?
splender29/10/2019 11:39

How did you arrive at this calculation, "...that eBay buyer protection …How did you arrive at this calculation, "...that eBay buyer protection will come to your aid 9 times out of 10 if anything is wrong."Or, are you quoting from an analysis that was published earlier?


I wouldn't call it a precise calculation. But I have circa 850 feedback, so it's an estimate based on experience over about 19 years.
I've also used eglobal 4 times, and cancelled due to very slow dispatch on 3 of those 4 occasions. The one time they did deliver, took about 3 and a half weeks for delivery from time of order.
skinrush29/10/2019 11:49

I wouldn't call it a precise calculation. But I have circa 850 feedback, …I wouldn't call it a precise calculation. But I have circa 850 feedback, so it's an estimate based on experience over about 19 years. I've also used eglobal 4 times, and cancelled due to very slow dispatch on 3 of those 4 occasions. The one time they did deliver, took about 3 and a half weeks for delivery from time of order.


I have not bought from eGlobal as yet but used AliExpress loads and AliExpress traders are overall excellent for a couple of hundreds small odds and ends.
When you say that you have circs 850 feedbacks, do you mean that you gave these feedback to traders over 19 years invoking the eBay protection or you are a trader and customers have given you 850 feedbacks?
splender29/10/2019 11:58

I have not bought from eGlobal as yet but used AliExpress loads and …I have not bought from eGlobal as yet but used AliExpress loads and AliExpress traders are overall excellent for a couple of hundreds small odds and ends.When you say that you have circs 850 feedbacks, do you mean that you gave these feedback to traders over 19 years invoking the eBay protection or you are a trader and customers have given you 850 feedbacks?


No I haven't invoked eBay buyer protection 850 times
My feedback is a mixture of buying and selling with a slim majority of selling.
You mentioned Ali express. I have a 50/50 good/bad experience of using them, with the bad being a set of dead on arrival wireless earbuds.
Bought Airpods from eGlobal 2 weeks ago. Not delivered until this moment, i sent them emails they dont respond. Trying to get hold of their delivery company (Hermes) but got no where.

I guess I have to escalate it to Paypal to get my money back. AVOID eGlobal
Slash29/10/2019 08:22

I had problem buying an expensive counterfeit item before. Used cc to pay …I had problem buying an expensive counterfeit item before. Used cc to pay in my PayPal and cc wouldn't accept liability and made me go thorough paypal to claim. Didn't get any money back from PayPal in the end.Not sure if cc would have been better or not but I don't trust PayPal on large purchases now


if it cost over £100, then credit card should give you more protection, in fact you just ask the card issuer for your money back
I would advice all HDUKers to avoid eGlobal like the plague. I'm £1100 out of pocket due to Hermes losing a Canon lens. Because I didn't take out their insurance, they've agreed to refund me..... £10. I've got a PayPal claim open and a case with the CEO of Hermes. Fingers crossed PayPal sorts it out and refunds it. After all, my contract is with eGlobal. eGlobal's contract is with Hermes.
I've got this phone and it's excellent truly marvellous.
OP7 T Pro Money super price.
Nice spot MrSwitch.
Heat for the price. I had the 5G version as an upgrade but sent it back. Found the fingerprint sensor was vague at best, took 5 or 6 button presses to power off and felt very clunky.
steve.tillman30/10/2019 06:36

Heat for the price. I had the 5G version as an upgrade but sent it back. …Heat for the price. I had the 5G version as an upgrade but sent it back. Found the fingerprint sensor was vague at best, took 5 or 6 button presses to power off and felt very clunky.


I registered my thumb 2x and it works flawlessly
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