Samsung Galaxy Note 9 N960FD 6GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £573.29 @ Toby Deals
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 N960FD 6GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black £573.29 @ Toby Deals

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Found 10th Oct 2018
Global edition, flash via odin to get UK firmware. All bands present. CART gets 2% off list price.

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Yeah, excellent find this one mate, I'm not jealous or anything, I promise I'm not, promise, I'm really really happy for you

Begrudgingly voted hot


Hahahahaha jokes
Edited by: "Mrswitch" 11th Oct 2018
Ok so I got into a huge fight with the missus for buying phones like a madman: Pixel 2 XL, iPhone XS Max, Nokia 7 Plus, Essential Phone, all from HUKD...

Might need somewhere to stay after this Note 9 arrives...
this when compared to iPhone is a steal ..... Samsung deserves so much more than Apple yet they don't get as much recognition as Apple.. Shame. Hot deal though.
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Best price so far. Well done op.
Hot hot hot. Ordered my blue one from Toby 2 weeks ago and received it with zero issue, works perfectly. It was £630!!! Wish I had waited another two weeks...
Mike20053 m ago

Best price so far. Well done op.



ta very much
Good price for a flagship android device but the depreciation is horrific
the.porter3 m ago

Good price for a flagship android device but the depreciation is horrific



I think it will plateau around here until the note 10 comes out based on the note 8
Yeah, excellent find this one mate, I'm not jealous or anything, I promise I'm not, promise, I'm really really happy for you

Begrudgingly voted hot


Hahahahaha jokes
Edited by: "Mrswitch" 11th Oct 2018
Will this come with a warranty?
this when compared to iPhone is a steal ..... Samsung deserves so much more than Apple yet they don't get as much recognition as Apple.. Shame. Hot deal though.
Mrswitch20 m ago

Yeah, excellent find this one ate, I'm not jealous or anything, I promise …Yeah, excellent find this one ate, I'm not jealous or anything, I promise I'm not, promise, I'm really really happy for you (fierce)Begrudgingly voted hot Hahahahaha jokes



disappointed in you. should've given your tobydeals tab an extra refresh. X
tomhood9835 s ago

disappointed in you. should've given your tobydeals tab an extra refresh. X


Haha
The firmware bit I’m unsure about. Do you need to alter to work in the UK?
I assume there’s no Samsung Warranty for these phones as they aren’t U.K. models?
I loved my Note 4 but that was as big as my little hands comfortably coped with, this is a bit too big for me unfortunately. Heat for a deal though
the.porter31 m ago

Good price for a flagship android device but the depreciation is horrific


Someone posted in the Pixel 3 deal yesterday they paid £869 on release day for their Note 8 and sold it 11 months down the line for £550. So they lost 36.7%.

I compared to Apple iPhone X, as people seem to think Apple items hold vaue, and looking at eBay's recent sold items and the depreciation was much higher. Launch price £999 and it is selling for anywhere between £450-£600 for the base model.

That's a much bigger loss.
The price is coming down fast
complicatedsam5 m ago

I assume there’s no Samsung Warranty for these phones as they aren’t U.K. m …I assume there’s no Samsung Warranty for these phones as they aren’t U.K. models?


Couldn't repair my gear fit because I got a Canadian model from Amazon. They just straight up refused. Couldn't say the same about the phone but it's the only reason I'm not considering this deal.
plebbygiraffe13 m ago

Someone posted in the Pixel 3 deal yesterday they paid £869 on release day …Someone posted in the Pixel 3 deal yesterday they paid £869 on release day for their Note 8 and sold it 11 months down the line for £550. So they lost 36.7%.I compared to Apple iPhone X, as people seem to think Apple items hold vaue, and looking at eBay's recent sold items and the depreciation was much higher. Launch price £999 and it is selling for anywhere between £450-£600 for the base model.That's a much bigger loss.


Think about what ur saying here... it doesn’t add up lol... iPhones have the biggest depreciation by a mile.. will u be able to buy an iPhone for 400
Less after 2 months... obviously not... my iPhone Xs max will still be worth more than this in two years lol.
Keithoms48 m ago

Hot hot hot. Ordered my blue one from Toby 2 weeks ago and received it …Hot hot hot. Ordered my blue one from Toby 2 weeks ago and received it with zero issue, works perfectly. It was £630!!! Wish I had waited another two weeks...



did you pay any import duty? who did the local delivery?
plebbygiraffe14 m ago

Someone posted in the Pixel 3 deal yesterday they paid £869 on release day …Someone posted in the Pixel 3 deal yesterday they paid £869 on release day for their Note 8 and sold it 11 months down the line for £550. So they lost 36.7%.I compared to Apple iPhone X, as people seem to think Apple items hold vaue, and looking at eBay's recent sold items and the depreciation was much higher. Launch price £999 and it is selling for anywhere between £450-£600 for the base model.That's a much bigger loss.


Good luck finding an iPhone X for 450 (unless with a cracked screen)
Elbandito3 m ago

Good luck finding an iPhone X for 450 (unless with a cracked screen)


Yes doesn’t know what he’s talking about at all. To say Samsung’s hold there value better is the most stupid thing I’ve heard on here.
Elbandito9 m ago

Good luck finding an iPhone X for 450 (unless with a cracked screen)


Nope. All in good working order. They were few and far between, yes. But they existed. Hence I provided the range, rather than being unbalanced and just quoting the cheapest sold price I found. Even at the high end it still deprecated more.

ebay.co.uk/itm…N18
Is there something wrong with the Note9? It seems almost as cheap as the S9. Tempted though.
jacko20jj6 m ago

Yes doesn’t know what he’s talking about at all. To say Samsung’s hold ther …Yes doesn’t know what he’s talking about at all. To say Samsung’s hold there value better is the most stupid thing I’ve heard on here.


See above. Now take it back.
plebbygiraffe3 m ago

See above. Now take it back.


The one ur sharing has front and back cracked . They sell on music magpie for 580 I sold mine for 680 only a month ago so a year old phone losing 30/40 percent of its value is much more than this Samsung that’s already lost 300/400 quid after two months.
jacko20jj4 m ago

The one ur sharing has front and back cracked . They …The one ur sharing has front and back cracked . They sell on music magpie for 580 I sold mine for 680 only a month ago so a year old phone losing 30/40 percent of its value is much more than this Samsung that’s already lost 300/400 quid after two months.


When you link to an old item eBay shows it at the top of the page then shows a related available item below it. You need to click on 'view original item' button.

If you're still stumped here is the description.

"iPhone X on EE (64gb) excellent condition with no damage. Full working order and comes with original box, headphones and charger."

Furthermore, just looked at Music Magpie. They are offering £500. Not £580. Please deal in facts, not made up numbers.
Edited by: "plebbygiraffe" 10th Oct 2018
aeykeay43 m ago

Samsung deserves so much more than Apple yet they don't get as much …Samsung deserves so much more than Apple yet they don't get as much recognition as Apple


They outsell iPhones, and get much more praise than they deserve against other, better, Android phones (as so many buyers can't choose for themselves). They do as good or better than they should, no need to feel sorry for them.
ezzer728 m ago

They outsell iPhones, and get much more praise than they deserve against …They outsell iPhones, and get much more praise than they deserve against other, better, Android phones (as so many buyers can't choose for themselves). They do as good or better than they should, no need to feel sorry for them.


What are these better Android phones?
What does flash via Odin mean?
Perhaps the Amazon UK price for Note 9 phone on Black Friday will be £590???
leanback23 m ago

What are these better Android phones?


Do you not have Google?
jacko20jj55 m ago

Think about what ur saying here... it doesn’t add up lol... iPhones have t …Think about what ur saying here... it doesn’t add up lol... iPhones have the biggest depreciation by a mile.. will u be able to buy an iPhone for 400Less after 2 months... obviously not... my iPhone Xs max will still be worth more than this in two years lol.


It wont
leanback28 m ago

What does flash via Odin mean?


If you don't know don't buy it. Using odin in correctly will brick you phone and it will become a very expensive paperweight. I have used it many ti. Es with no issue. Google it or watch a YouTube video and see if its something you think you can do.
Edited by: "JamesSpendlove" 10th Oct 2018
JamesSpendlove11 m ago

If you don't know don't buy it. Using odin in correctly will brick you …If you don't know don't buy it. Using odin in correctly will brick you phone and it will become a very expensive paperweight. I have used it many ti. Es with no issue. Google it or watch a YouTube video and see if its something you think you can do.


I've softbricked loads of phones, you can always re-flash. Hardbricking on the other hand...
carltabs1 h, 30 m ago

The firmware bit I’m unsure about. Do you need to alter to work in the UK?


I received my note 9 from eglobal last week.

In terms of firmware the device came with the multi CSC oxm firmware and when you insert a UK SIM card it will automatically detect this and change to XEU firmware, which is the firmware for UK/Ireland. You don't need to flash anything.

There is some confusion as there is also a BTU firmware which is specific to UK and only seems to come with phones bought directly from Samsung in the UK from what I know. In general XEU will perform identically, and from what I've read gets pretty much the same update pattern.

I'm using EE SIM, everything works perfectly, Google pay, VoWiFi, VoLTE, etc. Already had some security updates and that.
Ok so I got into a huge fight with the missus for buying phones like a madman: Pixel 2 XL, iPhone XS Max, Nokia 7 Plus, Essential Phone, all from HUKD...

Might need somewhere to stay after this Note 9 arrives...
LlewynX18 m ago

Ok so I got into a huge fight with the missus for buying phones like a …Ok so I got into a huge fight with the missus for buying phones like a madman: Pixel 2 XL, iPhone XS Max, Nokia 7 Plus, Essential Phone, all from HUKD... Might need somewhere to stay after this Note 9 arrives...


Convince her it's the essential phone with a case on it
moley8958 m ago

I received my note 9 from eglobal last week.In terms of firmware the …I received my note 9 from eglobal last week.In terms of firmware the device came with the multi CSC oxm firmware and when you insert a UK SIM card it will automatically detect this and change to XEU firmware, which is the firmware for UK/Ireland. You don't need to flash anything.There is some confusion as there is also a BTU firmware which is specific to UK and only seems to come with phones bought directly from Samsung in the UK from what I know. In general XEU will perform identically, and from what I've read gets pretty much the same update pattern.I'm using EE SIM, everything works perfectly, Google pay, VoWiFi, VoLTE, etc. Already had some security updates and that.


Is it covered by Samsung warranty then?
Snapdragon or Exenyos in the Chinese ones?
Dekard9744 m ago

Snapdragon or Exenyos in the Chinese ones?


N960FD is exynos. N9600 is Snapdragon.
Edited by: "moley89" 11th Oct 2018
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