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Samsung Galaxy S10 Refurbished B- £394.69 @ Cheapest_Electrical Ebay
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Refurbished B- £394.69 @ Cheapest_Electrical Ebay

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Posted 6th Dec 2019Edited by:"MrSwitch"

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3357363.jpgGrade B- items are a customer return which will have very slight marks on both the casing and screen.

  • Smartphone innovation with an infinity-o display: discover an endlessly beautiful, curved-edge 6.1" WHQD+ (3040 x 1440) screen; with no home button, no notch for the receiver and a simple dot opening for the front camera, the Galaxy S10 gives you an uninterrupted viewing experience
  • PowerShare: it gives you the superpower to share your power wherever you are, simply connect your Galaxy Watch with the S10 and charge them at the same time, or bring your friend's back to life
  • True Vision Camera: with a 10MP front camera, 12/12/16MP triple rear cameras and the ultra-wide and ultra-zoom lens, the Galaxy S10 lets you shoot every scene just as your eyes see it
  • Sim-free smartphone with ultrasonic fingerprint scanner: the newest way to keep your Android phone and information secure, it reads every ridge and notch of your finger, and even performs in low temperatures and strong sunlight
  • Clear interface to make everything effortless: screens are uncluttered, icons pop with colour, the SmartThings app is already installed and we've even made it easier to use one-handed
  • Hybrid SIM: for expandable memory and SIM or dual SIM card options
  • Make tasks quicker and smoother: open apps fast and see the detail in every game you play. The processor in the Galaxy S10 is built to perform and makes tasks quicker and smoother
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14 Comments
How does one redurbish a phone?
owlgoose06/12/2019 14:40

How does one redurbish a phone?


That'll be my fat fingers again
MrSwitch06/12/2019 14:46

That'll be my fat fingers again


Sausage fingers lol
What are the batteries like on refurbished phones? Alway shied away because of this. Ok with 'nearly new' or amazon warehouse, never had any problems with these, & easy to return
ryfstr306/12/2019 15:27

What are the batteries like on refurbished phones? Alway shied away …What are the batteries like on refurbished phones? Alway shied away because of this. Ok with 'nearly new' or amazon warehouse, never had any problems with these, & easy to return


Its an S10 which was only released very recently, I'd say it can't be that bad.
dazdm06/12/2019 14:48

With great diddiculty.


Thankyou Ken Dodd for one more laugh
owlgoose06/12/2019 14:40

How does one redurbish a phone?


This is the industry I work in. It varies to be honest. Where I work we have specialist advanced repair technicians using Amscope microscopes who are some of the best in the world at specifically fixing phones. I can tell you which phones are dogs, iPhone 7 suffer from Audio IC failures which can be fixed using a wire bridge under the IC. iPhone X have a lot of Wifi/Bluetooth issues are difficult to repair because how the board is sandwiched together.

To specifically answer your question, it depends on the refurbisher, their ethics and their skill/talent.
MrSwitch06/12/2019 15:42

Its an S10 which was only released very recently, I'd say it can't be that …Its an S10 which was only released very recently, I'd say it can't be that bad.


Providing the previous owner has used the phone half right, and let the battery run right down then fully charged again several times it should be fine.A couple of years ago i bought a S7 from family ( no different than from this deal ) and battery life is good.Only very recently starting to discharge in a day and a half,this i would put down to the charging to quickly rather than a trickle.Personally i think its a good deal.
fishmaster06/12/2019 18:17

This is the industry I work in. It varies to be honest. Where I work we …This is the industry I work in. It varies to be honest. Where I work we have specialist advanced repair technicians using Amscope microscopes who are some of the best in the world at specifically fixing phones. I can tell you which phones are dogs, iPhone 7 suffer from Audio IC failures which can be fixed using a wire bridge under the IC. iPhone X have a lot of Wifi/Bluetooth issues are difficult to repair because how the board is sandwiched together. To specifically answer your question, it depends on the refurbisher, their ethics and their skill/talent.


Funny you should mention the Apple 7 its regularly on one of the shopping channels for sale,if im not mistaken the price has jumped up alot since i first saw it months ago.Its Android for me,but out of interest if you were in the market for a refurb phone Fishmaster would you have a top 3 choice wise ? and not necessarily in order.Thankyou.I may just replace the battery in time but if a good deal on a budget is found who knows.
How many people buy a grade-C, drop it and claim a repair on insurance?
Shameful.
mrtea196706/12/2019 18:37

Funny you should mention the Apple 7 its regularly on one of the shopping …Funny you should mention the Apple 7 its regularly on one of the shopping channels for sale,if im not mistaken the price has jumped up alot since i first saw it months ago.Its Android for me,but out of interest if you were in the market for a refurb phone Fishmaster would you have a top 3 choice wise ? and not necessarily in order.Thankyou.I may just replace the battery in time but if a good deal on a budget is found who knows.


iPhone 8 is a decent phone, XS Max and above you can't change the battery yourself because there's a battery IC which needs reprogramming. theverge.com/201…air

If you want a phone that can be cheaply repaired then Apple possibly isn't the brand to go for and they're actively making all repairs harder each year. Samsung phones have excellent screens, the best screens but they cost a fortune to replace. Apple makes us money so we stick with Apple repairs and just flip Samsungs, buy them in cheap and working and sell them on for best profit.

If you really want to know which phones to buy then MrSwitch is the person to ask as he's posted more phone deals on here than you can imagine. I can give you a 2019 guide which may help >

gsmarena.com/sma…php
owlgoose06/12/2019 14:40

How does one redurbish a phone?


'Refurbish' is now nearly as debased a word as 'genius'.

You refurbish 747s and warships. With these you scrape off the odd bogey and chuck it in another box.
problem is aswell once the backs or screen have been replaced by a non professional they no longer waterproof

also battery life on s10 arent that brill anyway but also they known like every samsung phone for screenburn so i wont be taking risk

worst refurb are iphones as they the worst for battery issues
Edited by: "Shaneee" 6th Dec 2019
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