Samsung Galaxy S7 (German version) incl. express delivery £369.15 from Amazon Spain
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Samsung Galaxy S7 (German version) incl. express delivery £369.15 from Amazon Spain

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Found 2nd Oct
Please ensure you select Amazon as the seller. This price (Euro 399) is available for the black and silver versions. I paid in £s and let Amazon do the conversion + added express delivery to arrive at the above price.

Think this is a good deal for a Galaxy S7 from a reputable seller. I see this going for approximately £440 at reputable UK sellers, so a saving of approximately £70.

Apparently Samsung Pay isn't included. NFC is however listed in the specs, so I imagine Android Pay should work in theory? Can't see any other significant difference from the UK version.

Samsung has a good support network in the UK and to my understanding honours the warranty on EU versions of their handsets, so should be fairly easy to sort out any issues with the manufacturer directly.

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Really surprised how well this is holding value. It was approx £300 1 year ago on O2 refresh.

Sorry no time machine here.

Yeah but make sure it doesn't have a German keyboard.

Still a superb device!

Laura.Palmer38 m ago

Yeah but make sure it doesn't have a German keyboard.


??? Takes like 2 seconds to change the keyboard a phone uses lol

Id imagine as well that you'd be able to download the apk for Samsung pay if setting up a UK Google play account doesn't work as Well.

Hey Asella, I'm interested in your comment on Samsung Pay, I just purchased a Galaxy s7, it is unlocked but turns out that it was originally on T-Mobile, and as it has the Qualcomm cpu rather than Samsung's own, I think it must be a US device. I have an issue with setting up Samsung Pay on this device. Everything is set up for UK English now, but when I try to set up Samsung Pay, it doesn't allow me to enter letters in the post code field, only numbers. Samsung Pay does show the cards that I had used on another phone previously, but I can't reactivate these because of the same problem. It only displays the numeric keypad for the postcode field.

If you have any ideas, I'd be grateful.

a_user9 h, 44 m ago

Hey Asella, I'm interested in your comment on Samsung Pay, I just …Hey Asella, I'm interested in your comment on Samsung Pay, I just purchased a Galaxy s7, it is unlocked but turns out that it was originally on T-Mobile, and as it has the Qualcomm cpu rather than Samsung's own, I think it must be a US device. I have an issue with setting up Samsung Pay on this device. Everything is set up for UK English now, but when I try to set up Samsung Pay, it doesn't allow me to enter letters in the post code field, only numbers. Samsung Pay does show the cards that I had used on another phone previously, but I can't reactivate these because of the same problem. It only displays the numeric keypad for the postcode field.If you have any ideas, I'd be grateful.


Is this the Samsung pay that came installed on the phone? I know I can uninstall the app. If it's the one that came with it I'd recommend trying to uninstall it and then redownloading it from a Google play store with a UK account logged in and see how that goes.

asella3rd Oct

??? Takes like 2 seconds to change the keyboard a phone uses lol


i dont think somebody got the sarcasm...

Best price going or this device? why all the Cold?

Price gone up.... time to expire

asella3rd Oct

Is this the Samsung pay that came installed on the phone? I know I can …Is this the Samsung pay that came installed on the phone? I know I can uninstall the app. If it's the one that came with it I'd recommend trying to uninstall it and then redownloading it from a Google play store with a UK account logged in and see how that goes.



It was because the s7 I purchased from Ebay was an American version (with a Qualcomm cpu), I had to return it, and then purchased another one (with the Samsung Exynos cpu), and it worked fine. I did have the US one set up with all the settings configured for UK-English, but there was still something in there that made it not quite right for the UK.
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