Samsung Galaxy Note 4 network unlocked £513.53 @ Amazon Germany
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 network unlocked £513.53 @ Amazon Germany

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Found 12th Dec 2014
Awesome phone for those not going for the Nexus 6, I know the EE deal is around the same price but is locked to orange.

Totally unlocked and Samsung will still honour the 24 month warranty.

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Been looking around to buy one for the last few days but not sure who's doing the best deal. I'll have a look this cheers

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bambenos

Been looking around to buy one for the last few days but not sure who's … Been looking around to buy one for the last few days but not sure who's doing the best deal. I'll have a look this cheers



Just remember to add UK taxes on top.

lolyehright

Just remember to add UK taxes on top.



Part of the EU, so not taxes to add.

Original Poster

Cannot believe people are voting this cold...

And no ee spyware ,,, heat from me fantastic price

mechanicalman

Part of the EU, so not taxes to add.



This person lolyehright has no clue about the EU and conctantly spouts misinformation about custom charges.
Edited by: "Treboeth" 12th Dec 2014

After a stint with an n910a and n910c I think the F version is definitely the one to go for. I'm not sure whether to go for this or try and grab one for about £400 off eBay! Argh!!!
Edited by: "r5ingh" 12th Dec 2014

r5ingh

after a n910a and n910c I think the F version is definitely the one to go … after a n910a and n910c I think the F version is definitely the one to go for. I'm not sure whether to go for this or try and grab one for about £400 off eBay! Argh!!!

what's the F version? I'm tempted to see if they're bringing out a snapdragon 810 version

silver999

what's the F version? I'm tempted to see if they're bringing out a … what's the F version? I'm tempted to see if they're bringing out a snapdragon 810 version



F Version is the standard EU Variant, C was exynos - the camera, CPU, audio are improved on the C but battery life is atrocious. Snapdragon 810 I hear may have heating issues... I don't think we'll be seeing the benefits of 64-bit anytime soon anyway - so I concluded that the N910F was the best version to go for; all things considered.

fahed2000

And no ee spyware ,,, heat from me fantastic price



Anyone know if O2's model is pre-loaded with computrace? Can computrace be removed on EE's model via a flash to BTU/generic firmware?

The best one to buy is one on eBay on there 3 network. They are all unlocked and can easily be debranded with the official firmware. They are around 400 mark on eBay. Always but the F if you're in the UK. No point buying any other variant cis they ain't for the UK market.

vinit

The best one to buy is one on eBay on there 3 network. They are all … The best one to buy is one on eBay on there 3 network. They are all unlocked and can easily be debranded with the official firmware. They are around 400 mark on eBay. Always but the F if you're in the UK. No point buying any other variant cis they ain't for the UK market.



I remember your comments from the previous thread. I haven't been able to find many Three UK models on eBay. They sell out quick or are priced steeply!

r5ingh

I remember your comments from the previous thread. I haven't been able to … I remember your comments from the previous thread. I haven't been able to find many Three UK models on eBay. They sell out quick or are priced steeply!



If your patient you can get them, I got a brand new sealed o2 one for £400, got it unlocked via ebay for a £12 and its now running on three network

Bigsmoke825

If your patient you can get them, I got a brand new sealed o2 one for … If your patient you can get them, I got a brand new sealed o2 one for £400, got it unlocked via ebay for a £12 and its now running on three network



The o2 version isn't plagued with computrace like EE? Patience is the key; sadly I've sent my M8 off for repair and I'm close to slitting my wrists stuck with a Moto G lol!

[/quote]The o2 version isn't plagued with computrace like EE? Patience is the key; sadly I've sent my M8 off for repair and I'm close to slitting my wrists stuck with a Moto G lol![/quote]

Dont think so? think its EE only! yeah I got lucky seller listed for £435 with best offer and accepted £400 which is a steal for this handset brand new! they do pop up though just have to patient and quick.

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With eBay its a bit of a gamble that i dont like taking. (what if the person who originally bought it stopped paying his contract , your phone ends up blocked, or reports it stolen ,,,etc) risks i dont like to get into. to the best of my knowledge its EE only that has computrace

r5ingh

I remember your comments from the previous thread. I haven't been able to … I remember your comments from the previous thread. I haven't been able to find many Three UK models on eBay. They sell out quick or are priced steeply!


i bot another one for 470 what i do is question sellers before buying,
I'll get u one if you're interested.
pm me your email
thanks

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fahed2000

With eBay its a bit of a gamble that i dont like taking. (what if the … With eBay its a bit of a gamble that i dont like taking. (what if the person who originally bought it stopped paying his contract , your phone ends up blocked, or reports it stolen ,,,etc) risks i dont like to get into. to the best of my knowledge its EE only that has computrace

[quote=fahed2000]With eBay its a bit of a gamble that i dont like taking. (what if the person who originally bought it stopped paying his contract , your phone ends up blocked, or reports it stolen ,,,etc) risks i dont like to get into.

That's what puts me off buying off eBay, had one that someone did that to me.

That's what puts me off buying off eBay, had one that someone did that to … That's what puts me off buying off eBay, had one that someone did that to me.



Theres always a element of risk, but if you buy from a seller thats been registered for quite few years, excellent feedback, and check they have a history of selling phones etc you should be fine.

I have done that and twice been left waiting a month to get £1000 back on two purchases of the exact same mobile that I never received.Think some people use eBay as a money lending company.

bambenos

I have done that and twice been left waiting a month to get £1000 back on … I have done that and twice been left waiting a month to get £1000 back on two purchases of the exact same mobile that I never received.Think some people use eBay as a money lending company.



That's so true.
I've bought phones on eBay multiple times.
Mostly hassle free, but on occasion I've been done over. A few of times the seller has completely ignored me after I made payment and I have had to wait weeks for PayPal to refund me.
Once I bought a phone (seller was well established with high value sales over the years) and it turned out the account had been hijacked and I lost my money.
It is a risk.. I have stopped purchasing/selling high value items on eBay


Edited by: "jh787" 13th Dec 2014

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wife got s4 found out import lots of hassle ... you have been warned

I've been trying to find out some more info about the N910C, N910H, and N910F differences, apart from the CPU and graphics.

In terms of 4G compatibility in the UK, will all of them work on Vodafone 4G? I remember a year or two ago reading that each network in the UK is on different bands of 4G.... do all three models above support all the bands and networks?

boonkoh

I've been trying to find out some more info about the N910C, N910H, and … I've been trying to find out some more info about the N910C, N910H, and N910F differences, apart from the CPU and graphics.In terms of 4G compatibility in the UK, will all of them work on Vodafone 4G? I remember a year or two ago reading that each network in the UK is on different bands of 4G.... do all three models above support all the bands and networks?



I've had an A and a C version. 4g works but there are tradeoffs on battery life because they're searching for bands that EU networks don't use. especially true for the C version. recommend you get the EU F version! I've had to sell both my other versions

jh787

That's so true.I've bought phones on eBay multiple times.Mostly hassle … That's so true.I've bought phones on eBay multiple times.Mostly hassle free, but on occasion I've been done over. A few of times the seller has completely ignored me after I made payment and I have had to wait weeks for PayPal to refund me.Once I bought a phone (seller was well established with high value sales over the years) and it turned out the account had been hijacked and I lost my money.It is a risk.. I have stopped purchasing/selling high value items on eBay




not only that but their fees are an utter disgrace......

Has anyone ordered one and received it yet off Amazon Germany. Did it all go ok etc

Has anyone bought this? Is there a UK plug adapter? Delivery time/cost/convenience?
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