Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - 32gb White £327 @ amazon.it
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - 32gb White £327 @ amazon.it

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Found 4th Nov 2015
Galaxy Note 4, 32gb (SM-910F) in white on amazon.it (Black also available)

Good value deal for a new Note 4 shipped direct from amazon.

Was looking at a sony Z5 to replace my note 3, but this seemed like a better value option for a decent phone.

Shows as 463 EUR, but when you checkout, it changes to 455.41, plus just over 5 EUR shipping, which comes in at 461 EUR. Converted, this is £327

Thanks OP - just to update this, it's now gone down in price to 450.81 Euros (£319) delivered to the UK.
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Does anyone know what kind of cost for import duty you would be looking at and any what if any difference it would there be with the warranty.

Thanks
€432.99 for white now! = £307.26
Edited by: "ElGato" 4th Nov 2015
bum-trumpet

Does anyone know what kind of cost for import duty you would be looking … Does anyone know what kind of cost for import duty you would be looking at and any what if any difference it would there be with the warranty.Thanks


No import duty, direct from amazon. The warranty is european,so no issues there. contacted samsung regarding this when I purchased my last phone (Note 3) from france. I believe there is only an issue when you buy from the USA or Asia (outside the EU)

(Edit typo)

Edited by: "kirk82" 4th Nov 2015
ElGato

€432.99 for white now! = £307.26


Thats a 3rd party seller, I preferred to pay a bit more and get direct from amazon. However you are right, it is cheaper if you go 3rd party.
Been waiting ages to buy a Note 4 fantastic price ordered black one(Amazon not 3rd party seller).

Thanks for posting
Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go about translating the page and are you charged a fee by you credit card company for shopping on foreign sites?
888eyeball

Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go … Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go about translating the page and are you charged a fee by you credit card company for shopping on foreign sites?



​if you use Google Chrome, ir will translate the page automatically.. but the options are pretty much the same as the UK WEBSITE so if you are used to amazon, it's a doddle. You login using the same details that you use on amazon.co.uk. When you checkout, you can choose to pay in EUR or let amazon convert into GBP for you, thus avoiding any credit card conversion fees, but the rate isn't as good as a bank rate. I chose Euros as I don't get charged a fee on my card.
bum-trumpet

Does anyone know what kind of cost for import duty you would be looking … Does anyone know what kind of cost for import duty you would be looking at and any what if any difference it would there be with the warranty.Thanks


There's no import duty within the EU - the only benefit of being within the Union so far as I can see.
888eyeball

Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go … Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go about translating the page and are you charged a fee by you credit card company for shopping on foreign sites?



Just open the page on the Google Chrome browser, it will automatically ask you if you want the page translated.
with the 5.1 update my note 4 is awesome again (on 5.0 is was a horrible mess of laggy interface and bad battery) bit of a warning though that Samsung are not great with updates, you will probably get 6.0 late and it may ruin the phone. I'm not updating until I hear it actually improves things
Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not charge a fee?
888eyeball

Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not … Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not charge a fee?



Credit card wise: Halifax Clarity is good. Debit card wise I wouldn't be sure. I use a Metro Bank card, but they only seem to be in the M25 region.
Galaxy beast!

Heat added!
Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not charge a fee?
Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not charge a fee?
This is a good price, heat added. Getting rid of my note 3 soon and tempted to order this to replace
Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not charge a fee?
888eyeball

Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not … Thanks everyone, any suggestions on the best cards to use thats do not charge a fee?



I also second this. Don't even know how it'd work if I used my visa
barginunter32

I also second this. Don't even know how it'd work if I used my visa



Best card is Halifax clarity although Santander zero is also mid rate.
See money saving expert moneysavingexpert.com/new…ins

This page also has a link to rates. Thanks to a strange euro ruling cards have to publish their rates for the day in advance.
I've today's rate will be 1.4116 for MasterCard.
I see that the seller is not amazon
Shame samsung can't get their head out of their behind and start offering the Note 5 in Europe and not just the US and Asia.

crazycyp

I see that the seller is not amazon


Look again! .. as previously discussed!
qball101

Shame samsung can't get their head out of their behind and start offering … Shame samsung can't get their head out of their behind and start offering the Note 5 in Europe and not just the US and Asia.


Agree.. however on the plus side, you still get a removable battery and SD card on the 4. I know some aren't fussed by this, but I replaced my Note 3 battery after a year for a small amount and it improved the battery life which had deteriorated over time. Personal preference!
qball101

Shame samsung can't get their head out of their behind and start offering … Shame samsung can't get their head out of their behind and start offering the Note 5 in Europe and not just the US and Asia.


I'm waiting on the Note 5, don't fancy the Edge plus
kirk82

Agree.. however on the plus side, you still get a removable battery and … Agree.. however on the plus side, you still get a removable battery and SD card on the 4. I know some aren't fussed by this, but I replaced my Note 3 battery after a year for a small amount and it improved the battery life which had deteriorated over time. Personal preference!



​I've had Note 4 since launch. Great phone. I have two batteries. Couldn't live without the spare. That is why I feel Samsung has made a mistake with the Note 5 and no SD card slot is a shame. I am now looking at leaving Samsung for my next phone as I feel they're going down the line of copying apple. Can't remove back, can't expand memory... What next, all we can do is change the wallpaper...
rodman

Seller … Seller amazon.ithttp://www.amazon.it/gp/aw/ol/B00NIV57RO/ref=olp_tab_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new



​doesn't say amazon is the seller on that link, it says advanced trading srl
louthepoo

​doesn't say amazon is the seller on that link, it says advanced trading … ​doesn't say amazon is the seller on that link, it says advanced trading srl



​Scroll down. it's the 4th one down
Tempting to get another Note 4 - for the wife - at this price. There's no way on God's earth that it will ever be a Note 6 unless they re-introduce the replaceable battery and the card slot, which they won't.

I do wonder, though, what are the implications of buying, even direct from Amazon, in the event of a problem. Returns to Italy will be expensive.
no1_salad_dodger

I'm waiting on the Note 5, don't fancy the Edge plus


you can buy the imported Note 5 brand new imported for around £460.just be carefull which model as some are not fully compatible with uk networks.
JayPed

you can buy the imported Note 5 brand new imported for around £460.just … you can buy the imported Note 5 brand new imported for around £460.just be carefull which model as some are not fully compatible with uk networks.



​just don't do it,with note 5 you will be happy for a day or 2,or until you drop it.
kirk82

​Scroll down. it's the 4th one down



​sorry I know that one is but he was referring to one that cost 436 euro and it isn't amazon its a 3rd part seller. I'm not sure whether to wait for the Note 4 to drop to £300 or go for the nexus 6. I'm waiting until black something day
Great price. The 2 pin charger is putting me of pulling the trigger. small thing i know
Edited by: "Atheos" 4th Nov 2015
Coreydeals

Credit card wise: Halifax Clarity is good. Debit card wise I wouldn't be … Credit card wise: Halifax Clarity is good. Debit card wise I wouldn't be sure. I use a Metro Bank card, but they only seem to be in the M25 region.



Post Office Credit Card charges no fee
888eyeball

Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go … Sorry new to the shopping on foreign Amazon sites, firstly how do you go about translating the page and are you charged a fee by you credit card company for shopping on foreign sites?


google translate if you use google chrome and it depends on your credit card company every one is different
Atheos

Great price. The 2 pin charger is putting me of pulling the trigger. … Great price. The 2 pin charger is putting me of pulling the trigger. small thing i know


I went for one of these (and a spigen case)... Looks half decent!

amazon.co.uk/Qua…ger
Heat from Me. Many Thanks for this OP been looking for a deal on the Note 4
Just pulled the trigger but used Amazon EU S.a.r.L. for peace of mind.
Thank you OP. Ordered and a thumbs up from me
Edited by: "pita^norf" 4th Nov 2015
Does it matter that the seller isn't Amazon for stuff ordered off here (i.e. for returns)?
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