5G Version Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (N976N) 12GB Ram 256GB Unlocked (Korean Version) £773 @ Wonda Mobile
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5G Version Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (N976N) 12GB Ram 256GB Unlocked (Korean Version) £773 @ Wonda Mobile

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Posted 9th OctShipping from Hong KongEdited by:"MrSwitch"
Seems like a decent price, and taxes are covered in the price apparently, but read the warning below as nothing is ever guaranteed
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  • Network Provider in the UK 4G LTE Network Bandwidth (MHz)
  • 3* 800 / 1800
  • EE* 1800 / 2600
  • O2 800
  • UK Broadband 3500 / 3600
  • Vodafone* 800 / 2600

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G comes with a 6.80-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1440x3040 pixels at a pixel density of 498 pixels per inch (ppi).

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is powered by a Exynos 9825 (7 nm) processor, Octa-core (2x2.73 GHz Mongoose M4 & 2x2.4 GHz Cortex-A75 & 4x1.9 GHz Cortex-A55). It comes with 12GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G runs Android 9 Pie and is powered by a 4,300mAh non-removable battery. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G supports wireless charging, as well as proprietary fast charging.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on the rear packs a 12-megapixel primary camera with an f/1.5-2.4 aperture; a second 16-megapixel camera with an f/2.2 aperture; a third 12-megapixel camera with an f/2.1 aperture and a fourth 0.3-megapixel camera. The rear camera setup has phase detection autofocus. It sports a 10-megapixel camera on the front for selfies, with an f/2.2 aperture. The front camera also features autofocus.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G runs One UI based on Android 9 Pie and packs 256GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 1000GB). The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM.

Connectivity options on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/Yes, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, NFC, USB Type-C, Wi-Fi Direct, 3G,4G and 5G. Sensors on the phone include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, barometer, compass/ magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and fingerprint sensor. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G supports face unlock.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G measures 162.30 x 77.20 x 7.90mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 196.00 grams. It was launched in Aura Black, Auro Glow, and Aura White colours. It features an IP68 rating for dust and water protection. It bears a glass body.

Please check 5G networks frequencies for your supplier before purchase 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 (nationwide flex plus offer such a thing)
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migavupe09/10/2019 17:12

Android users be like......iPhOnEs aRe eXpEnSiVe [Image]


To be fair, to get 512gb memory on the top iPhone its over £1200.
Cold - Not Apple.

SEE HOW IT FEELS?

Lol love you all xx
migavupe09/10/2019 17:12

Android users be like......iPhOnEs aRe eXpEnSiVe [Image]


Android users would be correct.
Spacevsgravity09/10/2019 20:23

This just shows how no android phone is worth £700


You're right, this one is worth £775
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Got my S10+, but heated
Cold - Not Apple.

SEE HOW IT FEELS?

Lol love you all xx
12GB RAM on this?, are they serious?.

WOW!!, I seriously cower down to this BEAST, hehehehehehe, WOW!!.

I honestly wouldn't know where to start on something this powerful? (nope, wouldn't have the foggiest ... ) :-D

Lol, but luvvvvvvvvv'ing the phone though. :-)
So this will 100% work in the UK? (I'm not bothered about Samsung pay).

If so then good price.

Unless you are in a city centre and a heavy data user I'm still not convinced 5g is worth the extra cost (although this is the same price as the 4g version elsewhere)
@MrSwitch are you thinking the 5g might not work in the UK or you do not know yet?
flystarjay09/10/2019 17:03

@MrSwitch are you thinking the 5g might not work in the UK or you do not …@MrSwitch are you thinking the 5g might not work in the UK or you do not know yet?


I'm unsure, which is why I've put for people to check mate. I just saw the price tbh.
Everything great but unfortunately single sim
Great price, I wonder is this the same as the UK set? not sure would it support all 5G networks in the UK and would google pay/ samsung pay works?
not worth the hassle
da_murphster09/10/2019 17:00

So this will 100% work in the UK? (I'm not bothered about Samsung pay).If …So this will 100% work in the UK? (I'm not bothered about Samsung pay).If so then good price.Unless you are in a city centre and a heavy data user I'm still not convinced 5g is worth the extra cost (although this is the same price as the 4g version elsewhere)


boingtt09/10/2019 17:06

Great price, I wonder is this the same as the UK set? not sure would it …Great price, I wonder is this the same as the UK set? not sure would it support all 5G networks in the UK and would google pay/ samsung pay works?


From where I'm standing, it perhaps kinda looks like the two of you perhaps need to have it out?, hehehehehehe.
Android users be like......

iPhOnEs aRe eXpEnSiVe

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Absolute monster, if someone has cash to burn, this is it!

Korean 4G bands do work here, 5G unconfirmed (some info posted on this site throwing doubts; confirmation needed, one way or the other, that's only niggle stopping some triggers being pulled)

Excellent price OP
OK, so I got this for this version, and Sub6 seems to work with uk networks from what I csn see, however please investigate before purchase people.

TDD Sub6 N78 (3500)
migavupe09/10/2019 17:12

Android users be like......iPhOnEs aRe eXpEnSiVe [Image]


To be fair, to get 512gb memory on the top iPhone its over £1200.
Pow...pow...power! So...5G uses networks' 4G frequencies? Is that right?
radioagogo09/10/2019 17:17

Pow...pow...power! So...5G uses networks' 4G frequencies? Is that right?


I've no idea, I should investigate more, but I'm lazy
boingtt09/10/2019 17:06

Great price, I wonder is this the same as the UK set? not sure would it …Great price, I wonder is this the same as the UK set? not sure would it support all 5G networks in the UK and would google pay/ samsung pay works?


Samsung Pay was confirmed to work on a HK Samsung model, downloading it from Play Store; GPay only needs phone to be certified by Google (pass store security) which this one is/will

Don't take my word as gospel though
MrSwitch09/10/2019 17:21

I've no idea, I should investigate more, but I'm lazy


You've done your bit, let others chip in
xavierluther09/10/2019 17:23

You've done your bit, let others chip in


Sausage and chips here I come, yummy 😋
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 9th Oct
by christmas we should know what's what about 5g, as most of the network would be upgrading their 5g infrastructure
Will hold onto my mate 20 Pro (£152) until this price drops to <£500 or a glitch.
Edited by: "Donald__Trump" 9th Oct
Decent price, however, early adopters usually get stung by price ,frequency bands and software issues. The only thing that is holding me back is, 5G phone bands are still limited, but not in terms of speeds, but in regards to the number of them available. I would like to have a phone with more bands/frequencies as the tech improves. So 5G phone for me will be next yr. Heat anyway for price
Edited by: "RaiKush" 9th Oct
MrSwitch09/10/2019 17:21

I've no idea, I should investigate more, but I'm lazy


OK...not the same as 4G...although networks could use some of their 4G bands if they wanted to. But they've all bought new frequencies for 5G paying squilions for it.


5G...all the details
migavupe09/10/2019 17:12

Android users be like......iPhOnEs aRe eXpEnSiVe [Image]


Because they are genius
I have the uk 1, it is a beast, connect it to a DEX and its faster than a laptop. Love it, but no way i would go for a korean 1.
oldmanchillin09/10/2019 17:46

I have the uk 1, it is a beast, connect it to a DEX and its faster than a …I have the uk 1, it is a beast, connect it to a DEX and its faster than a laptop. Love it, but no way i would go for a korean 1.


Why not?
MrSwitch09/10/2019 17:47

Why not?


Just me, yea should be ok, but but but. Me, i would rather pay the extra for uk speck.
I got mine on upgrade through samsung so a new phone in 12mths.
Very are doing a 10% deal on these deal posted yesterday if they have stock left
Main frequencies in the UK for 5G are between 3.4 and 3.6 GHz. Some provider like EE re-using 4G and older 3G spectrum as well. It’s a complex landscape really. The old Freeview range of 700mhz is also being cleared up and MmWave is also around the corner but not before 2022. Does this handset work for all providers in the UK, at present most likely as provides re-use current frequency ranges of 4G and 3G due to not able to install many more masts that are required for higher frequencies.

The Netherlands are switching off 3G in January to use the frequency band for 5G. I have a feeling this might happen here too soon.
oldmanchillin09/10/2019 17:51

Just me, yea should be ok, but but but. Me, i would rather pay the extra …Just me, yea should be ok, but but but. Me, i would rather pay the extra for uk speck.I got mine on upgrade through samsung so a new phone in 12mths.Very are doing a 10% deal on these deal posted yesterday if they have stock left


Fair enough! Cheers
It might seem cheap but if 5g and Google pay doesn't work then it's a lot of money for a phone that isn't future proof and in effect does less than any UK NFC/5g phone.
Cant speak about the phone or 5G etc but Wonda Mobile are fantastic. Used them for phones on a number of occasions and they were absolutely faultless.
migavupe09/10/2019 17:12

Android users be like......iPhOnEs aRe eXpEnSiVe [Image]


Android users would be correct.
I have the UK version of this and it is the best phone I’ve ever owned,and I’ve owned a lot of phones,including the new iPhone.

The screen on this is absolutely stunning and side by side with the latest iPhone makes the iPhones screen look so out of date.

My Mrs also has the Note 10+ 5G and we tested out her 5G Vodafone sim in and around Bristol and she was getting speeds of around 200 Mbps ,not amazing but it’s a start i suppose.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 9th Oct
Holgmaster09/10/2019 17:52

Main frequencies in the UK for 5G are between 3.4 and 3.6 GHz. Some …Main frequencies in the UK for 5G are between 3.4 and 3.6 GHz. Some provider like EE re-using 4G and older 3G spectrum as well. It’s a complex landscape really. The old Freeview range of 700mhz is also being cleared up and MmWave is also around the corner but not before 2022. Does this handset work for all providers in the UK, at present most likely as provides re-use current frequency ranges of 4G and 3G due to not able to install many more masts that are required for higher frequencies. The Netherlands are switching off 3G in January to use the frequency band for 5G. I have a feeling this might happen here too soon.


Yes the UK networks have/are reworking existing bands for 5G - it seems some networks' 3G bands are to be re-used for 5G which means in some areas voice calls will drop down to 2G if your phone can't handle 4G voice VoLTE (voice over LTE). A backward step for some and a nice reason to make users upgrade their phones to get back HD voice as they might currently get on a 3G signal. Nice move networks
Edited by: "spannerzone" 9th Oct
Can I just ask what people do to need 512gb of memory and 5g speeds?
According to the below Wikipedia page the 5g on this phone is compatible with the 5g spectrum frequency currently in operation in certain parts of the UK by Three UK, Vodafone, EE and eventually o2. It also matches the frequency used by operaters in South Korea

en.wikipedia.org/wik…rks
Msx9809/10/2019 19:32

Can I just ask what people do to need 512gb of memory and 5g speeds?


Me personally i would use that space up pretty quickly as i record a lot of 4k videos (some at 4k 60fps) for YouTube.

5G speeds would be handy for me when trying to upload 4k videos to YouTube as it can take hours at more regular speeds.

Anyway why do you ask?
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