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Samsung Galaxy S10+ 128GB Snapdragon 855
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Samsung Galaxy S10+ 128GB Snapdragon 855

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Posted 10th Mar
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Samsung Galaxy S10+


The phone that doesn’t just stand out, it stands apart


Completely redesigned to remove interruptions from your view. No notch, no distractions. Precise laser cutting, on-screen security, and a Dynamic AMOLED that's easy on the eyes make the Infinity-O Display the most innovative Galaxy screen yet.
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Use the code PRIVATE to get this for £660
MrSwitch10/03/2019 12:49

Use the code PRIVATE to get this for £660



37227776-KQnEo.jpg£651.69 if you use this on the white one...SUPERHOT
SAMFRMLONDON19 m ago

I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal …I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal needs to be banned here



You need to be banned from here.
Use your UK insurance such as Nationwide FlexPlus for any phone problems

Hot deal!
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 10th Mar
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This is early days and we are getting so many deals. Might as well wait for a nice deal. Usually happens around August time, for the galaxy s line.
Use the code PRIVATE to get this for £660
MrSwitch10/03/2019 12:49

Use the code PRIVATE to get this for £660



37227776-KQnEo.jpg£651.69 if you use this on the white one...SUPERHOT
MrWhit10/03/2019 13:00

[Image] £651.69 if you use this on the white one...SUPERHOT


Ooh.....
MrSwitch10/03/2019 13:06

Ooh.....


"Ahh... just a little bit" nothing like a bit of Gina G on a sunday deal lunchtime!


MrWhit10/03/2019 13:00

[Image] £651.69 if you use this on the white one...SUPERHOT


Superb spot, should be a deal on its own MrWhit!

This particular model, with the SD855, is worth it, just for the Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo feature and chipset (not on the Exynos SOC version!) alone..

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Great price. Just something to bear in mind though, there's no EU warranty as it's the SD variant.
bitcoin510/03/2019 13:14

"Ahh... just a little bit" nothing like a bit of Gina G on a sunday deal …"Ahh... just a little bit" nothing like a bit of Gina G on a sunday deal lunchtime!Superb spot, should be a deal on its own MrWhit!This particular model, with the SD855, is worth it, just for the Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo feature and chipset (not on the Exynos SOC version!) alone.. [Image]


I know... I'll let Switchy list it as my missus only allows me 20 mins a day Hot Deals onscreen time ...
I'm soooo close to pulling the trigger on this
NO EU WARRANTY BEAWARE
Zatos6 m ago

Great price. Just something to bear in mind though, there's no EU warranty …Great price. Just something to bear in mind though, there's no EU warranty as it's the SD variant.


there's no eu warranty for either variant if bought from eglobal. Still voted hot!
Got to be brave to spend so much on a phone with no warranty.
Import duty non eu device no UK Samsung warranty have to send it back to China if faulty return postage they will repair for you non Samsung engineers use cheap Chinese parts if faulty than send it back repaired takes several weeks/months
How good is this website? Would i be able to register this on Samsung website for warranty?
please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from outside UK/eu businesses thanks
malachi10/03/2019 13:24

Got to be brave to spend so much on a phone with no warranty.


got to be braver to spend £899 on it

if you pay with PayPal your covered for up to 180 days

I like this phone but im more tempted by the normal S10, currently got the note 9 .. feel like a smaller phone / change
SAMFRMLONDON6 m ago

please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from …please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from outside UK/eu businesses thanks


I'd rather there was a forced disclaimer that the poster has to put up saying there could be issues with warranty etc
I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal needs to be banned here
Use your UK insurance such as Nationwide FlexPlus for any phone problems

Hot deal!
Edited by: "jUsT2eXy" 10th Mar
SAMFRMLONDON21 m ago

NO EU WARRANTY BEAWARE



SAMFRMLONDON17 m ago

please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from …please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from outside UK/eu businesses thanks


SAMFRMLONDON8 m ago

I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal …I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal needs to be banned here



SAMFRMLONDON18 m ago

Import duty non eu device no UK Samsung warranty have to send it back to …Import duty non eu device no UK Samsung warranty have to send it back to China if faulty return postage they will repair for you non Samsung engineers use cheap Chinese parts if faulty than send it back repaired takes several weeks/months


Are you any relation to SAM or are you a new hybrid version of the soothsayer on hukd

Think one comment, would have sufficed on the point, that you do not like eGlobal!!
jUsT2eXy10/03/2019 13:36

Use your UK insurance such as Nationwide FlexPlus for any phone …Use your UK insurance such as Nationwide FlexPlus for any phone problemsHot deal!


Spot on, most people have some form of device cover, even hidden on insurance policies they have paid through the nose for, for years, plus anyone can get the Nationwide FP cover, that needs it
bitcoin510/03/2019 13:14

"Ahh... just a little bit" nothing like a bit of Gina G on a sunday deal …"Ahh... just a little bit" nothing like a bit of Gina G on a sunday deal lunchtime!Superb spot, should be a deal on its own MrWhit!This particular model, with the SD855, is worth it, just for the Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo feature and chipset (not on the Exynos SOC version!) alone.. [Image]


The 855 might have the true wireless feature, but have Samsung enabled it on the S10 Snapdragon 855 version?.
MrWhit10/03/2019 13:18

I know... I'll let Switchy list it as my missus only allows me 20 mins a …I know... I'll let Switchy list it as my missus only allows me 20 mins a day Hot Deals onscreen time ...I'm soooo close to pulling the trigger on this


Fab price and would not bother with the Exynos version (unless the buyers have to have it as part of a pay monthly UK contract due to no funds to buy one) and would recommend saving up for this SD variant, had a demo (long one) of the True Wireless dac aPtx HD variable on this model, just utterly blown away, made my Sony Mk3's sound like tin cans on a bit of rope!!
MrCharlie5 m ago

The 855 might have the true wireless feature, but have Samsung enabled it …The 855 might have the true wireless feature, but have Samsung enabled it on the S10 Snapdragon 855 version?.


Yes, the A & EMM ones (saudi) had it on, saw a Cermaic White & Prism White, both were SD855 variants, this should be the same, as its not an EU forwarded one, from the US of A, where *most* of the exports are hitting with the SD855 in them, obviously not everything in life is 100% when it comes to tech, but its only going to take one arriving from eGlobal to confirm it
bitcoin510/03/2019 13:48

Fab price and would not bother with the Exynos version (unless the buyers …Fab price and would not bother with the Exynos version (unless the buyers have to have it as part of a pay monthly UK contract due to no funds to buy one) and would recommend saving up for this SD variant, had a demo (long one) of the True Wireless dac aPtx HD variable on this model, just utterly blown away, made my Sony Mk3's sound like tin cans on a bit of rope!!


Whats the difference between exynos version and snapdragon?
SAMFRMLONDON19 m ago

I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal …I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal needs to be banned here



You need to be banned from here.
warlord11110/03/2019 13:54

Whats the difference between exynos version and snapdragon?


Save me wasting time and hukd space on here.. have a good read of this very late comparison

anandtech.com/sho…res
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 10th Mar
SAMFRMLONDON25 m ago

I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal …I have reported to moderator eglobal website see how they help as eglobal needs to be banned here


I completely agree. If you do get your item and it works without a problem then great but don't expect any sort of after sales customer service what so ever.
bitcoin510/03/2019 13:58

Save me wasting time and hukd space on here.. have a good read of this …Save me wasting time and hukd space on here.. have a good read of this very late comparison https://www.anandtech.com/show/14031/samsung-galaxy-s10-first-exynos-9820-vs-snapdragon-855-scores


That's quite interesting, snapdragon is superior is everyway. Kinda disappointed that Samsung is selling exynos devices in uk. This is quite a decent deal, especially considering it comes with snapdragon. But i suppose if you aint too fussy about benchmarking and use it for day to day task, it wouldn't matter much. I could use student discount on Samsung website and it comes with 2 year warranty, which is why i want to buy directly from Samsung store
warlord11110/03/2019 14:06

That's quite interesting, snapdragon is superior is everyway. Kinda …That's quite interesting, snapdragon is superior is everyway. Kinda disappointed that Samsung is selling exynos devices in uk. This is quite a decent deal, especially considering it comes with snapdragon. But i suppose if you aint too fussy about benchmarking and use it for day to day task, it wouldn't matter much. I could use student discount on Samsung website and it comes with 2 year warranty, which is why i want to buy directly from Samsung store


The only thing I noticed in real world usage between the 2 variants, was that some very high res, fully loaded "games" were a "teeny" bit faster to load on the Exynos, which is on no importance to likely 99% of the people that have or want an S10+ !!

The S10+ has just become, the largest selling handset for Samsung, since the Galaxy Nexus S and will dominate (regardless of chipset used) for a long time now, its like the Samsung Note 4 (other than battery life, the single best handset Samsung every made!!) times, all over again!!!
bitcoin514 m ago

The only thing I noticed in real world usage between the 2 variants, was …The only thing I noticed in real world usage between the 2 variants, was that some very high res, fully loaded "games" were a "teeny" bit faster to load on the Exynos, which is on no importance to likely 99% of the people that have or want an S10+ !!The S10+ has just become, the largest selling handset for Samsung, since the Galaxy Nexus S and will dominate (regardless of chipset used) for a long time now, its like the Samsung Note 4 (other than battery life, the single best handset Samsung every made!!) times, all over again!!!


Yep exactly, i do play games but once in awhile, which i wouldn't make much difference as Galaxy s10 is powerful enough already regardless of the chipset. I'm kinda tempted to order from eglobalcentraluk but lack of warranty is stopping me :x but this is deffo one of the best deal i have seen on s10 plus whereas buying from the offical website will cost me 800£ but it'll comes with 2 year warranty.
SAMFRMLONDON10/03/2019 13:27

please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from …please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from outside UK/eu businesses thanks


No, ive ordered from Gearbest twice. Had no problems.
Tobydeals is also 651.69 for Green and Black with code UK5OFF.
Warranty... If this phone were to develope a manufacturing defect after ten months (for instance), you would need to return it at your own expense (£30 to £50) and this could take approx two months! Then if it could could not be repaired they would give you a store credit on a sliding scale (£128 in this instance Less at least £30 shipping = £78 to £98). You can then use this to purchase another item from them... Yipeee!
Edited by: "marty-401" 10th Mar
SAMFRMLONDON1 h, 16 m ago

please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from …please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from outside UK/eu businesses thanks


I don't have a problem with the deal, but it should be very, very clear that it's an import with no warranty. Perhaps HDUK should popup a warning when you hit the Get Deal button
marty-40110/03/2019 14:39

Warranty... If this phone were to develope a manufacturing defect after …Warranty... If this phone were to develope a manufacturing defect after ten months (for instance), you would need to return it at your own expense (£30 to £50) and this could take approx two months! Then if it could could not be repaired they would give you a store credit on a sliding scale (£128 in this instance Less at least £30 shipping = £78 to £98). You can then use this to purchase another item from them... Yipeee!


or you could get mobile insurance? wouldn't that work?
malachi1 h, 19 m ago

Got to be brave to spend so much on a phone with no warranty.


Replicated merchant warranty serviced in UK when paying merchant directly by UK credit card.
bitcoin51 h, 0 m ago

Spot on, most people have some form of device cover, even hidden on …Spot on, most people have some form of device cover, even hidden on insurance policies they have paid through the nose for, for years, plus anyone can get the Nationwide FP cover, that needs it


Wouldn't you need nationwide bank account for it?
warlord11110/03/2019 14:44

or you could get mobile insurance? wouldn't that work?


I would recommend it... Just factor that into the price along with any excess. But some insurers may refer you back to your warranty in the first instance.
Edited by: "marty-401" 10th Mar
marty-40110/03/2019 14:49

I would recommend it... Just factor that into the price along with any …I would recommend it... Just factor that into the price along with any excess.


Yh, i'm looking at the insurances. Since i'm with natwest, if i update my bank account, i can get insurance, but it's 10£ per month.

Another site im looking at is tinhat, they're providing insurance for 93£ for 12 months.
bitcoin51 h, 20 m ago

Spot on, most people have some form of device cover, even hidden on …Spot on, most people have some form of device cover, even hidden on insurance policies they have paid through the nose for, for years, plus anyone can get the Nationwide FP cover, that needs it


Don't you have to have a bank account with them ? Or is there a separate insurance product?
Thwnk you in advance
SAMFRMLONDON1 h, 41 m ago

please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from …please can HUKD can you look into this and stop people posting deals from outside UK/eu businesses thanks


Ipads for example do have a global warranty so why ban these businesses?
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