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Samsung Galaxy S10+ G975 Exynos 9820 8GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black - £577.59 @ eGlobal Central
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Samsung Galaxy S10+ G975 Exynos 9820 8GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Black - £577.59 @ eGlobal Central

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Posted 16th MayEdited by:"Locutus"
For those who want to chance their arm for a Samsung Galaxy S10+ G975 Exynos 9820 8GB/128GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED in either Black/Green or White.

Then have a look at eglobalcentraluk who are offering them at £577.59 for a limited time

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Best price! Mega hot
Are eglobal central trustworthy? I always thought their prices were too good to be true
Ghillie16/05/2019 21:43

Are eglobal central trustworthy? I always thought their prices were too …Are eglobal central trustworthy? I always thought their prices were too good to be true


I've heard that they can be Rats at times.
Prime_specter16/05/2019 22:16

I've heard that they can be Rats at times.


Me too :/ depends if the phone comes with full warranty after the mandatory 14 day return period expires I guess
Ghillie16/05/2019 22:20

Me too :/ depends if the phone comes with full warranty after the …Me too :/ depends if the phone comes with full warranty after the mandatory 14 day return period expires I guess


Well if you're fortunate enough to receive the phone without any issues, you can use this thread (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bank-accounts-who-supply-insurance-cover-for-a-grey-import-smartphone-list-of-4-3229881) to find out if your bank insurance (if you've got it) covers phones with questionable origins.
I've had one good experience and one appalling one, which has put me off a bit, when it took me two weeks to get my money back over a mobile that never turned up.
Exynos? Get the Snapdragon version, far better performance.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 16th May
Prime_specter16/05/2019 22:30

Well if you're fortunate enough to receive the phone without any issues, …Well if you're fortunate enough to receive the phone without any issues, you can use this thread (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bank-accounts-who-supply-insurance-cover-for-a-grey-import-smartphone-list-of-4-3229881) to find out if your bank insurance (if you've got it) covers phones with questionable origins.


Interesting, cheers for the advice
The_Hoff16/05/2019 22:46

Exynos? Get the Snapdragon version, far better performance.


As I posted elsewhere you:

1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.

2. Will be stuck with a Chinese/HK firmware, until further notice.

3. Will not be able to use Samsung Pay or VoLTE.

4. You may find that you have difficulty using Google Pay with UK banks and cards.

So be careful if you go for the SD855 chipset, you may find that you don't get everything you want.
Locutus16/05/2019 23:30

As I posted elsewhere you:1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.2. …As I posted elsewhere you:1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.2. Will be stuck with a Chinese/HK firmware, until further notice. 3. Will not be able to use Samsung Pay or VoLTE.4. You may find that you have difficulty using Google Pay with UK banks and cards.So be careful if you go for the SD855 chipset, you may find that you don't get everything you want.


Well you get better performance as well, so pays yer money and takes yer choice.
Ghillie16/05/2019 21:43

Are eglobal central trustworthy? I always thought their prices were too …Are eglobal central trustworthy? I always thought their prices were too good to be true


Not even remotely trustworthy - if you do decide to take a risk then make sure you pay with PayPal or a credit card.

hukd really need to ban this company, but they appear to pay good comission rates so you know. It’s unlikely to happen no mattter how dodgy they are

edit - read the trustpilot feedback above - their warranty/returns process is shocking and sound downright illegal in the uk actually, or at the very least completely unfair and ridiculous...99ianb has posted chat transcripts from their “support” team rather than pure opinion - well worth a read before buying anything from them..
Edited by: "Spud211" 17th May
99iainb17/05/2019 03:32

Here's my experience with …Here's my experience with eglobalhttps://www.trustpilot.com/users/5895aabd0000ff000a73c337


Ruddy hell! That's some ordeal.

Pay your money take your choice it seems.

I'm glad I got my S9+ from a UK retailer, it may be a bit more expensive, but it's worth it to not have that hassle!

How did it get resolved in the end? Or did it?
Locutus16/05/2019 23:30

As I posted elsewhere you:1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.2. …As I posted elsewhere you:1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.2. Will be stuck with a Chinese/HK firmware, until further notice. 3. Will not be able to use Samsung Pay or VoLTE.4. You may find that you have difficulty using Google Pay with UK banks and cards.So be careful if you go for the SD855 chipset, you may find that you don't get everything you want.



Got my S10 855 when I was in Hong Kong, and VoLTE/Wifi calling are both working on EE.
Spud21117/05/2019 07:21

Not even remotely trustworthy - if you do decide to take a risk then make …Not even remotely trustworthy - if you do decide to take a risk then make sure you pay with PayPal or a credit card.hukd really need to ban this company, but they appear to pay good comission rates so you know. It’s unlikely to happen no mattter how dodgy they areedit - read the trustpilot feedback above - their warranty/returns process is shocking and sound downright illegal in the uk actually, or at the very least completely unfair and ridiculous...99ianb has posted chat transcripts from their “support” team rather than pure opinion - well worth a read before buying anything from them..


Ah, fair enough. I've never been tempted to buy from them before because they seemed right dodgy, glad I didn't. Cheers for the heads up
If this was the model with the snapdragon 855 I would consider it. Check out the comparison on YouTube.
silverbullet767117/05/2019 08:49

Ruddy hell! That's some ordeal.Pay your money take your choice it …Ruddy hell! That's some ordeal.Pay your money take your choice it seems.I'm glad I got my S9+ from a UK retailer, it may be a bit more expensive, but it's worth it to not have that hassle!How did it get resolved in the end? Or did it?


I had to accept a reduced amount of vouchers to spend on their website on stuff I didn't want that I then had to sell on eBay at a loss and then bought myself a new phone from the reputable retailer Amazon
I can understand why you're so bitter about the process 99iainb but it's good to let things go mate and move on..

I ordered from them, took a risk and it worked out fine for me.
Locutus16/05/2019 23:30

As I posted elsewhere you:1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.2. …As I posted elsewhere you:1. Cannot change the CSC code to a UK one.2. Will be stuck with a Chinese/HK firmware, until further notice. 3. Will not be able to use Samsung Pay or VoLTE.4. You may find that you have difficulty using Google Pay with UK banks and cards.So be careful if you go for the SD855 chipset, you may find that you don't get everything you want.


Is this actually the case
Have a good look at xda developers website. You'll find the information you need on there.
I ordered the Snapdragon version of this on the 6th and it arrived on the 14th.
ref1ux17/05/2019 09:00

Got my S10 855 when I was in Hong Kong, and VoLTE/Wifi calling are both …Got my S10 855 when I was in Hong Kong, and VoLTE/Wifi calling are both working on EE.


How much did you pay in HK? @ref1ux
Edited by: "b4dr1" 18th May
b4dr118/05/2019 15:21

How much did you pay in HK? @ref1ux


It was £588 from Fortress. Got a free case in the box, and the retailer threw in a free wireless charger, SD card and power bank. Such a good deal compared to the UK!
But that's just an S10, not the plus version, so there will be a price difference.
Edited by: "Locutus" 19th May
Locutus19/05/2019 05:15

But that's just an S10, not the plus version, so there will be a price …But that's just an S10, not the plus version, so there will be a price difference.



Of course. eGlobal is somehow even cheaper than buying an S10 or S10+ in HK yourself, but at least if you get it yourself you aren't having to deal with eGlobal's somewhat non-existent customer service.

It's still a few hundred cheaper than buying an S10 in the UK, and the same goes for the S10+ which can be had for a bit more.
ref1ux19/05/2019 15:58

Of course. eGlobal is somehow even cheaper than buying an S10 or S10+ in …Of course. eGlobal is somehow even cheaper than buying an S10 or S10+ in HK yourself, but at least if you get it yourself you aren't having to deal with eGlobal's somewhat non-existent customer service. It's still a few hundred cheaper than buying an S10 in the UK, and the same goes for the S10+ which can be had for a bit more.


Not quite that much, check S10 Wowcamera deal, European model with full warranty
xavierluther19/05/2019 17:00

Not quite that much, check S10 Wowcamera deal, European model with full …Not quite that much, check S10 Wowcamera deal, European model with full warranty



Wowcamera's reviews aren't that great tbh. I'm comparing to buying one off Amazon or CPW when it's a full UK model from a reputable retailer.

Anyway, it's moot - my original post was just to say that the S10 Snapdragon supports wifi calling and VoLTE fine on EE, which is good for those importing from Snapdragon regions.
ref1ux19/05/2019 17:16

Wowcamera's reviews aren't that great tbh. I'm comparing to buying one …Wowcamera's reviews aren't that great tbh. I'm comparing to buying one off Amazon or CPW when it's a full UK model from a reputable retailer. Anyway, it's moot - my original post was just to say that the S10 Snapdragon supports wifi calling and VoLTE fine on EE, which is good for those importing from Snapdragon regions.


Difference is UK model gets you sought-after UK firmware (gutted I didn't get it on my German Note 8, some tech wizards are able to flash it, not me)
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