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Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dual Sim 128GB £314.99 Good/512GB - £344.99 Good Smartphone @ 4Gadgets
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Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dual Sim 128GB £314.99 Good/512GB - £344.99 Good Smartphone @ 4Gadgets

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Good Condition 128gb £314.99
Excellent condition 128gb £344.99
Good Condition 512gb £344.99
Excellent condition 512gb £374.99
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plewis0008/01/2020 23:30

Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially …Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially as the dual SIM is hybrid.


Yah. I have one and to be honest if I was going to get a phone right now it would still be a Note 9. I've had mine since they were launched and there is nothing out there that tempts me.
Picked up an excellent condition one last time for £369 posted here, it was excellent condition and an amazing phone! Great price!
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Picked up an excellent condition one last time for £369 posted here, it was excellent condition and an amazing phone! Great price!
The 344.99 one was actually cheaper by 20 pounds last week
£20 off apply automatically at the check out
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Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially as the dual SIM is hybrid.
I just dropped my note 9 and totalled the screen...€255 to fix it!
plewis0008/01/2020 23:30

Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially …Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially as the dual SIM is hybrid.


Yah. I have one and to be honest if I was going to get a phone right now it would still be a Note 9. I've had mine since they were launched and there is nothing out there that tempts me.
Paid 259 for a "good" note 9 pre-Christmas with their £40 off Note 9 price so it looks like they've upped their prices. It was in great condition actually apart from a couple of scratches and although it was single sim, transpired it was dual sim...don't actually need dual sim though!
siliconbits08/01/2020 22:03

The 344.99 one was actually cheaper by 20 pounds last week


Good to know.I will hold off and see if it drops again next week or 2.
bubblesean08/01/2020 22:31

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The phone was £325 now it is £345 even with the discount at checkout
Bit the bullet and went for the "excellent" version at 375, about £10 more than what it was in December. TCB offers £6 cashback as well FWIW.
Excellent ones are now £344....Good are £314
Edited by: "waterpot" 9th Jan
I personally didn't like it for many reasons; Oneui giving me poor battery life, slow charging and the bixby button. Good price for the product if you can put up with those things. heat
gwj9909/01/2020 23:09

I personally didn't like it for many reasons; Oneui giving me poor battery …I personally didn't like it for many reasons; Oneui giving me poor battery life, slow charging and the bixby button. Good price for the product if you can put up with those things. heat


Did you try the oneui beta? It's on version 2.0 now I believe.
Insane price! The camera on this phone is amazing.
johnod10109/01/2020 06:50

I just dropped my note 9 and totalled the screen...€255 to fix it!



Could have been prevented by using a £5 case.
plewis0008/01/2020 23:30

Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially …Still great phones, that 512GB for £344.99 is pretty amazing - especially as the dual SIM is hybrid.


But is this page good to been trust ?
manka09/01/2020 12:22

Paid 259 for a "good" note 9 pre-Christmas with their £40 off Note 9 price …Paid 259 for a "good" note 9 pre-Christmas with their £40 off Note 9 price so it looks like they've upped their prices. It was in great condition actually apart from a couple of scratches and although it was single sim, transpired it was dual sim...don't actually need dual sim though!


I got the same deal and was sent a dual sim. Condition of mine is also superb, very pleased with the phone!
johnod10109/01/2020 06:50

I just dropped my note 9 and totalled the screen...€255 to fix it!


I thought it was just me

I feel your pain buddy
Junesama10/01/2020 03:39

Could have been prevented by using a £5 case.


Actually mine is always in a case. Due to the size of this phone and the surface area of the screen it's really hard to protect it even in a case. I dropped mine and it landed face down on uneven ground, something on the floor spiked the screen getting past 1.5mm of raised edge.. (spigen tough case) RIP screen.
This is a good deal. I took advantage of the deal a few weeks ago from 4gadgets, picking up the Dual Sim 512GB. I spend a lot of my time abroad so the Dual Sim is a must, and 512GB negates the need for an SD card for me.

The only thing I would say is: I upgraded from the Note 8, and in truth there isn't THAT much of a difference in my eyes. Obviously the internals are all a year newer, but the phone looks practically the same and the increased functionality of the S pen hasn't made much of a difference to me. Like many, I'm sure, part of the lure of getting a new phone for me is having a shiny new toy! This certainly didn't give me that excitement when I opened it.

Just something to think about if anyone is upgrading from the Note 8, especially since they're releasing the Note 10 lite.
Edited by: "vivekjadav" 10th Jan
Radiomuffin10/01/2020 07:28

Actually mine is always in a case. Due to the size of this phone and the …Actually mine is always in a case. Due to the size of this phone and the surface area of the screen it's really hard to protect it even in a case. I dropped mine and it landed face down on uneven ground, something on the floor spiked the screen getting past 1.5mm of raised edge.. (spigen tough case) RIP screen.


Glass screen protecter might have saved your phone
Just bought one of these before you posted. 128GB in good condition. Pretty much perfect condition apart from very light scratches on the screen that can only be seen when the screen is off and in direct sunlight.

Having owned a Note 4 a few years ago, I had missed the bells and whistles nature of the handset. Fantastic screen. I also own a Samsung S8 which I will use as a 'expendible' and smaller handset.
Junesama10/01/2020 03:39

Could have been prevented by using a £5 case.


I have a Spigen case & note 9 screen still broke :'(
Radiomuffin10/01/2020 07:28

Actually mine is always in a case. Due to the size of this phone and the …Actually mine is always in a case. Due to the size of this phone and the surface area of the screen it's really hard to protect it even in a case. I dropped mine and it landed face down on uneven ground, something on the floor spiked the screen getting past 1.5mm of raised edge.. (spigen tough case) RIP screen.


Snap :'( bang in the curve mine cracked.....great screen though, can hardly see the crack
I just purchased the official Samsung leather case from Amazon (Fulfilled by Amazon)

amazon.co.uk/Sam…h=1

£14 delivered.

Great leather and seems to be very well made, despite the few complaints.
ubmaniac10/01/2020 06:44

I thought it was just meI feel your pain buddy


Absolute nightmare, not sure if I should just sell the broken and one and just get a new phone.
johnod10110/01/2020 18:21

Absolute nightmare, not sure if I should just sell the broken and one and …Absolute nightmare, not sure if I should just sell the broken and one and just get a new phone.


I paid to have mine fixed.
Phone was useless without the screen and a refurbished note 9 woild have cost more so I justified it to myself.

Cheapest I could find was £180 but they couldn't guarantee it would have the same level of waterproofing. So I paid samsung £230 for someone to come to my workplace and fix it whilst I worked. Decent service
Am waiting for the 10 lite phones, to see what the prices are like. Maybe like buying an S9 or note 9 with longer support, for less money as S9 prices are still too high.
Finally PULLED THE TRIGGER and got myself the 128GB note 9 (excellent condition) for £344
Edited by: "Zak19484" 12th Jan
Progfan11/01/2020 19:35

Am waiting for the 10 lite phones, to see what the prices are like. Maybe …Am waiting for the 10 lite phones, to see what the prices are like. Maybe like buying an S9 or note 9 with longer support, for less money as S9 prices are still too high.


I am not sure the s10 lite is worth it based on this video...
Edited by: "Zak19484" 12th Jan
Will depend on price.
gwj9909/01/2020 23:09

I personally didn't like it for many reasons; Oneui giving me poor battery …I personally didn't like it for many reasons; Oneui giving me poor battery life, slow charging and the bixby button. Good price for the product if you can put up with those things. heat


With the Bixby button, a bit of effort and you can pretty much neutralise it, and Bixby. I've got the button launching my go to audio player and only see any mention of Bixby when it wants to update.
CyBerman12/01/2020 18:35

With the Bixby button, a bit of effort and you can pretty much neutralise …With the Bixby button, a bit of effort and you can pretty much neutralise it, and Bixby. I've got the button launching my go to audio player and only see any mention of Bixby when it wants to update.


Thanks for the heads up - I see that it's now a standard feature since an update last year. Just tried it on my S8+. Didn't realise that the update could do that but it's not exactly intuitive to set up. Easy enough though.

Hoping that mine will arrive on Monday. Went for 512GB - a bit of a jump up from my current 64GB S8+
johnod10109/01/2020 06:50

I just dropped my note 9 and totalled the screen...€255 to fix it!


259 Pounds I smash the glass
Edited by: "razor_cristian_zex" 13th Jan
Got the phone. Not a scratch on it. Looks like new
290 from music magpie eBay with code for the 128gb version - is 'good' condition a little hit and miss from them though?
alegau6914/01/2020 18:03

290 from music magpie eBay with code for the 128gb version - is 'good' …290 from music magpie eBay with code for the 128gb version - is 'good' condition a little hit and miss from them though?


Tbf it is from anyone really, I've generally had better experiences with 4gadgets than I have MM.
alegau6914/01/2020 18:03

290 from music magpie eBay with code for the 128gb version - is 'good' …290 from music magpie eBay with code for the 128gb version - is 'good' condition a little hit and miss from them though?


Make sure it is dual sim otherwise you wont be able to add the extra memory
siliconbits14/01/2020 18:19

Make sure it is dual sim otherwise you wont be able to add the extra memory

You can add extra memory card to this using the dual SIM slot?
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