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Samsung Galaxy Note10+ SM-N975F - Smartphone (Dual SIM, 12 GB RAM, 256 GB, Black) £739.47 Delivered from Amazon Spain (820 euros)
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Samsung Galaxy Note10+ SM-N975F - Smartphone (Dual SIM, 12 GB RAM, 256 GB, Black) £739.47 Delivered from Amazon Spain (820 euros)

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Posted 10th Apr

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The Galaxy Note 10+ 256gb Dual sim version is available from amazon spain which currently has the cheapest price in the european amazon websites.
Amazon charged me 827,78 euros altogether with express shipping [make sure to choose amazon as the retailer]
works out at about roughly 730 pounds with a fee free currency card (charge in Euros not in GBP with the amazon currency converter. I was charged 728.58 on my visa fee free credit card)
I have bought a Galaxy Note 4 in the past, and the only difference from one bought in the UK is that it would have a 2 pin plug rather than a 3 pin plug for charging. You can change the language to English straight away in set-up after powering on the phone.
Use google chrome to translate the website.
thought this is a good deal, what do you guys think?
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This seems like a good deal to me!

I think this is a better bet than buying an S20 model, although this phone is big! And no 5G, which I'm personally not worried about for another 6 months to a year. Decent storage too.
yes, on the Samsung UK website it's 850 pounds, and I know with a trade in worth 100 pounds on the Samsung UK website can get it for about 750, but this way you can keep your phone and it's a little bit cheaper
Slightly more expensive but direct from samsung

samsung.com/uk/…te/

Hope the link works.
cmahey10/04/2020 13:30

This seems like a good deal to me!I think this is a better bet than buying …This seems like a good deal to me!I think this is a better bet than buying an S20 model, although this phone is big! And no 5G, which I'm personally not worried about for another 6 months to a year. Decent storage too.


In my view, proper 5G availability is now at least 18-24 months away with every company focused on cash conservation.
I ove my note 10 plus 5g it's a stunning phone but one slippery b'stard!
Savvy110/04/2020 14:06

I ove my note 10 plus 5g it's a stunning phone but one slippery b'stard!


It's the radiation, burn it!
Putting the phone in a grippy case will solve that issue!
Savvy110/04/2020 14:06

I ove my note 10 plus 5g it's a stunning phone but one slippery b'stard!


Slippery as a eel 😁
cmahey10/04/2020 13:30

This seems like a good deal to me!I think this is a better bet than buying …This seems like a good deal to me!I think this is a better bet than buying an S20 model, although this phone is big! And no 5G, which I'm personally not worried about for another 6 months to a year. Decent storage too.


Genuine question, in what ways is this better than a s20 plus for example?
Similar screen size, better dpi, processor, camera and battery on the s20 plus.
From what I can make out it seems differences tend to be S Pen vs higher refresh rate on the s20. Is there any massive downsides to the s20 series other than the snapdragon vs exynon difference we get in EU?
bobjohnson10/04/2020 14:31

Genuine question, in what ways is this better than a s20 plus for example? …Genuine question, in what ways is this better than a s20 plus for example? Similar screen size, better dpi, processor, camera and battery on the s20 plus. From what I can make out it seems differences tend to be S Pen vs higher refresh rate on the s20. Is there any massive downsides to the s20 series other than the snapdragon vs exynon difference we get in EU?


My opinion, the Note is a nicer design. Also, the Note has 256GB storage.

The high refresh rate is a good idea in principle, but you have to reduce the resolution to use it! Not to mention the battery drain of using it, which cancels out the bigger battery too and the DPI increase.
The camera is better on paper, but I've read there has been a lot of issues with it, don't know if it's fixed already? It's criminal we get the Exynos, the Snapdragon is better especially for battery usage.

Let's put it this way, if they were a similar price it would be a better comparison.

I think, personal preference is that I like the squared off design of the Note, it feels much more premium. I'm typing this away on a S10+ 1TB, so I'm trying to stop myself from any impulse buying!
kartgosu10/04/2020 14:10

Putting the phone in a grippy case will solve that issue!


I have but it feels so nice naked
cmahey10/04/2020 14:37

My opinion, the Note is a nicer design. Also, the Note has 256GB …My opinion, the Note is a nicer design. Also, the Note has 256GB storage.The high refresh rate is a good idea in principle, but you have to reduce the resolution to use it! Not to mention the battery drain of using it, which cancels out the bigger battery too and the DPI increase. The camera is better on paper, but I've read there has been a lot of issues with it, don't know if it's fixed already? It's criminal we get the Exynos, the Snapdragon is better especially for battery usage. Let's put it this way, if they were a similar price it would be a better comparison.I think, personal preference is that I like the squared off design of the Note, it feels much more premium. I'm typing this away on a S10+ 1TB, so I'm trying to stop myself from any impulse buying!


Yeah the real bummer is that you have to use 1080p for 120hz and choose between high refresh rate vs high resolution, although I've never had a high refresh rate phone so keen to try it even if not wqhd.
I thought the camera issues were mostly focusing related with the s20 ultra, which I've avoided for that reason, but have heard anecdotally that the s20/s20+ are the better buys.

They're a similar price though (£50 difference) - reason for asking is I recently purchased a note10+ 5g from here for £750 hotukdeals.com/dea…742 but have saw the s20+ for £799 hotukdeals.com/dea…169 and have some buyers remorse despite liking the note10+ 5g, considering returning the note 10+ and getting the s20+ as it's a couple generations ahead of my previous note 9 for not much more money.
All this talk about exynon processor has got me reconsidering the s20 but then that's the case with my note 10+ aswell.

Anyway, apologies for going off topic just pretty confused comparing these phones, voted hot for this deal
bobjohnson10/04/2020 15:19

Yeah the real bummer is that you have to use 1080p for 120hz and choose …Yeah the real bummer is that you have to use 1080p for 120hz and choose between high refresh rate vs high resolution, although I've never had a high refresh rate phone so keen to try it even if not wqhd.I thought the camera issues were mostly focusing related with the s20 ultra, which I've avoided for that reason, but have heard anecdotally that the s20/s20+ are the better buys.They're a similar price though (£50 difference) - reason for asking is I recently purchased a note10+ 5g from here for £750 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-note-10-5g-256gb-aura-glow-at-amazon-3436742 but have saw the s20+ for £799 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-galaxy-s20-5g-cloud-blue-128gb-smartphone-7992069920-with-trade-in-at-samsung-3438169 and have some buyers remorse despite liking the note10+ 5g, considering returning the note 10+ and getting the s20+ as it's a couple generations ahead of my previous note 9 for not much more money. All this talk about exynon processor has got me reconsidering the s20 but then that's the case with my note 10+ aswell.Anyway, apologies for going off topic just pretty confused comparing these phones, voted hot for this deal


Did you see this deal:


hotukdeals.com/dea…217


That is a excellent price for the S20+, if still in stock! 4G only though, but more than worth it.
I have the 5G version (cough) I've never been the same since getting it (cough)
Still yet to see 5g on my phone.
One UI 2.1 just this week for Note 10/10+ really like the single take camera feature.
bozo00710/04/2020 13:51

In my view, proper 5G availability is now at least 18-24 months away with …In my view, proper 5G availability is now at least 18-24 months away with every company focused on cash conservation.


Really, where do you live Ben Nevis? I got 5g on Monday and spanked me splodge.
Hull before you ask.
Does using a UK adapter on EU plug affect the fast charging?
bhaisab10/04/2020 21:27

Does using a UK adapter on EU plug affect the fast charging?


Makes no difference to speed of charging
coming down in price because of S20 but I think Note 10 is better choice than S20+ or even Ultra. Personal choice before anyone ask the reason
I was charged 728.58 on my Barclays fee free credit card
Strange. I posted this deal yesterday at £729 delivered and it was voted cold -123° :/ hotukdeals.com/dea…269
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