Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (refurbished) with 12 months Samsung warranty £279
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (refurbished) with 12 months Samsung warranty £279

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Found 1st Jun 2016
Here we have again Samsung Galaxy Note 4 possibly at the lowest price available. Yes its factory refurbished but still comes with 12 months Samsung warranty and I assume condition is as good as new.
I was chasing this phone almost 5 months checking Samsung website with some hope it will be available refurbished soon or later but in the end gave up and got 1 of gumtree at £210 in mint condition. Been using it for almost 2 months and very happy with it. Yesterday software been updated to the latest version 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
Now tempting to sell mine and get 1 from Samsung. 12 months warranty makes a difference.

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Don't upgrade to marshmallow. you'll lose functionality.
A great phone working really well on Marshmallow. I have it running pretty much all the stuff I had on my Note 3 (I refused to upgrade to Lollipop) with no issues - there's a couple of mods that aren't working on 6.0 but not many people are going to root these and install xposed framework, so I wouldnt worry. I'm getting about a day and a half out of one charge on moderate use and over 5 hours SOT.
tempted to sell g4 and buy this anyone bought from Samsung outlet?

tempted to sell g4 and buy this anyone bought from Samsung outlet?



I think you will be alright. I used to buy laptops from Dell outlet and never had any problems. Would buy from there again. Dont think it would be worse experience buying from Samsung outlet.
Bear in mind the size of the phone. If you go from G4 to Note 4 - you will see the difference. Think about bigger/deeper pockets
A lot of phone for £279 even if it is on android hot
great phone, camera better than most phones out now and great price
Hot hot & hot with 1 year warranty at this price

Don't upgrade to marshmallow. you'll lose functionality.


Ive not pulled the trigger on marshamallow yet. What functionality do you lose?

Ive not pulled the trigger on marshamallow yet. What functionality do … Ive not pulled the trigger on marshamallow yet. What functionality do you lose?


Mainly just the gimmicky stuff that nobody really uses but gets marketed the hell out of I imagine

I've updated to MM on g901f which has the same spec as this apart from screen and I've not noticed anything missing personally.
Edited by: "JustExtreme" 1st Jun 2016
I've just bought a Tech21 case for mine. I've had them on my S3 and Note 3 and they've been great. Pretty slim and offers really good protection - I was looking for a case for my S3 in CPW a few years ago and the lad there took the S4 with one of these on from behind the desk, held it by the corner and flicked it into the air and onto the solid floor! He said he'd been doing that about 4 times a day to show off the case! Now I'm not advocating that kind of stupidity to check with your own case, but it showed it doing it's job! Touch wood, I've never had issues with mine. Just bought an Anker battery from Amazon to replace the original battery (bought the phone used) and I'm happy with the battery life.

One thing I'm looking into but haven't sussed yet is seeing if there's a way to use Sammy's theme engine from the S6/7 etc to change the rather dull UI (and no, I don't mean just a different launcher).
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Awesome phone
Don't know how old the batteries will be on these but samsung batteries start going bad at about 12 months and are pretty awful at about 18 months. I bought an anker replacement (as there seems to be so many fake official samsung ones) and its like new again lasting a very heavy 24 hours or 2 days of good use. Just keep it in mind if the battery seems very bad. Otherwise still one of the best phones you can get and nothing else I want until the note 6/7 arrives

great phone, camera better than most phones out now and great price



I had this phone for over a year, the camera while decent, is not better than most phones out now by a long shot.
Great phone, anyone in doubt, it is awsome, i have the note 5 now, note 4 was my favourite phone ever, it is as good as the 5 when u way in sd slot and swappable battery, its a steal at thus price with the warranty

Mainly just the gimmicky stuff that nobody really uses but gets marketed … Mainly just the gimmicky stuff that nobody really uses but gets marketed the hell out of I imagineI've updated to MM on g901f which has the same spec as this apart from screen and I've not noticed anything missing personally.



Same here. I haven't really noticed any major differences but I am using Nova launcher so maybe that is why. I am curious as to what functionality is lost as I obviously didn't use that anyway.

Great phone, anyone in doubt, it is awsome, i have the note 5 now, note … Great phone, anyone in doubt, it is awsome, i have the note 5 now, note 4 was my favourite phone ever, it is as good as the 5 when u way in sd slot and swappable battery, its a steal at thus price with the warranty


I always wondered why the Note 5 didn't get the hype or crazy sales as Note 4? Was it becuase of the restrictions? How does the Note 5 fare specs wise? marginal?

I always wondered why the Note 5 didn't get the hype or crazy sales as … I always wondered why the Note 5 didn't get the hype or crazy sales as Note 4? Was it becuase of the restrictions? How does the Note 5 fare specs wise? marginal?



Its hard to interperate because i dont game on my phone, the 5 is made of gorilla glass front and back, so u end up sticking it 8n a case anyway. Its a snappy phone, but hand on heart, the differences between 4 & 5 for me are neglagable.

Note 5 wasnt uk released, mine is taiwan
Edited by: "macamask" 1st Jun 2016

Its hard to interperate because i dont game on my phone, the 5 is made of … Its hard to interperate because i dont game on my phone, the 5 is made of gorilla glass front and back, so u end up sticking it 8n a case anyway. Its a snappy phone, but hand on heart, the differences between 4 & 5 for me are neglagable.



How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon launch, has it improved since? Is it comparable to the Note 5 in terms of speed/recognition?
I use the Note 4 LED Case with mine, and since upgrading to Marshmallow I'm not receiving all notifications and the auto-wake up functionality has been rather temperamental. Also, despite damage to the lens cover I still get some great photos. Great phone, I highly recommend it so Heat from me.

How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon … How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon launch, has it improved since? Is it comparable to the Note 5 in terms of speed/recognition?



No it will never be as good as you need to slide just place your finger on the button
Smart stay is not working properly for me since upgrading to MM, didn't realise how much I relied on it as the phone is now driving me mad!
i have this phone and cant wait to upgrade. terrible battery life and random battery drains to 0%

i have this phone and cant wait to upgrade. terrible battery life and … i have this phone and cant wait to upgrade. terrible battery life and random battery drains to 0%


Most Android devices do that, even top ones like the Moto G, or even a Nexus. I think it is more of an Android problem than a specific device. Shame that you see it with top of the range devices, too.
S pen air command gimmick thingy not working after update, but who cares about that. I've had mine for a year and a half and this new update should give your phone a longer lifespan,and with its removable battery there's no reason why your Note 4 should not last at least two more years if you look after it.
dogmar

Ive not pulled the trigger on marshamallow yet. What functionality do … Ive not pulled the trigger on marshamallow yet. What functionality do you lose?



​It's not major, but you need to out your password in after every reboot. The SD card I had which worked perfectly, keeps telling me it's been mounted and I lost all my personal playlists from Amazon music.
Also the grayscale option in power save has been removed for some unknown reason and is now only available in ultra.
I've also noticed battery life is affected too.

Most Android devices do that, even top ones like the Moto G, or even a … Most Android devices do that, even top ones like the Moto G, or even a Nexus. I think it is more of an Android problem than a specific device. Shame that you see it with top of the range devices, too.


never nexus 4 or z2
badasschris

Don't know how old the batteries will be on these but samsung batteries … Don't know how old the batteries will be on these but samsung batteries start going bad at about 12 months and are pretty awful at about 18 months. I bought an anker replacement (as there seems to be so many fake official samsung ones) and its like new again lasting a very heavy 24 hours or 2 days of good use. Just keep it in mind if the battery seems very bad. Otherwise still one of the best phones you can get and nothing else I want until the note 6/7 arrives



​You lost credibility with your last sentence. The note 5 isn't available in the UK yet

​You lost credibility with your last sentence. The note 5 isn't available … ​You lost credibility with your last sentence. The note 5 isn't available in the UK yet



The Note5 never was or will be AFAIK.

UK will go straight to Note6 in a month or so, i believe.
If this phone fits your budget, go for it! The Note 4 is a fantastic device. You have 3GB RAM, built in 32GB, an SD Card slot, that will take a 128GB card and the AMOLED screen is superb! Don't forget you can also go from 1% battery to 100% within 10 seconds, by simply swapping it. Also this phone works with the GearVR headset! I upgraded to the LG V10, but I still have the Note 4. It's such a good phone. The S pen is also very useful for browsing full sites and cropping images. Hands down a hot deal for the price.
Edited by: "ebaysniper" 1st Jun 2016
Out of stock as usual and

I think you will be alright. I used to buy laptops from Dell outlet and … I think you will be alright. I used to buy laptops from Dell outlet and never had any problems. Would buy from there again. Dont think it would be worse experience buying from Samsung outlet.Bear in mind the size of the phone. If you go from G4 to Note 4 - you will see the difference. Think about bigger/deeper pockets


G4 and note 4 to diffrence mobile G4 is good for camera and daily stuff and note 4 is for people who like big screen and like daily stuff ie work

Out of stock as usual and


It'll be back...and maybe even cheaper.
out of stock

How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon … How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon launch, has it improved since? Is it comparable to the Note 5 in terms of speed/recognition?



I'd forgotten about the finger print swipe to unlock on note 4, yes that is actually one thing that is a bit better on 5... the swipe felt a bit primative compared to the 'normal' touch ID on s6 note5 etc, it shouldn't be a deal breaker though, i read ppl saying it was unreliable, at the time someone else wrote register same thumb several times, so as FP1, 2 & 3, i did this, i never had any issues at all.

The Note5 never was or will be AFAIK. UK will go straight to Note6 in a … The Note5 never was or will be AFAIK. UK will go straight to Note6 in a month or so, i believe.



Think they're skipping 6 and going straight to 7.
Had my note 4 over a year now (refurded)
excellent phone and had MM 2 days ago
have nova so no real change
the best bit is the camera and 3gb of ram
showing no stock now
sionyboy

How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon … How is the fingerprint scanner on the N4? It had pretty bad press upon launch, has it improved since? Is it comparable to the Note 5 in terms of speed/recognition?



​I've got no experience of the Note 5 but I've had my Note 4 since May 2015. I can't find fault with the fingerprint scanner. I've only started using that security method for the last six months on lollipop and it's always been pretty rapid at removing the screen lock.
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