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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Orchid Grey Unlocked - Grade C £119.99 @ Stockmustgo eBay
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Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Orchid Grey Unlocked - Grade C £119.99 @ Stockmustgo eBay

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Posted 25th Feb

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Grade C - Average - Screen and rear will have visible scratches and signs of use throughout > Data Wiped > Fully tested by qualified technicians


WHAT IS IN THE BOX
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 64GB Unlocked Mobile Phone Smartphone 12 Months Warranty
  • UK Mains Plug
  • Charging Cable
  • SMG Branded Box
  • 12 Months Warranty
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S8 is Same price as iPhone 7 if anyone wanted to know at ebay
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Ronchas25/02/2020 13:22

Code doesn’t seem to be working


Did you use it already on something else?
rev625/02/2020 13:23

Did you use it already on something else?


Nah, haven’t used it before
Pity the S8 won't be getting Andoird 10.
Isn't this too old as S11 round the corner. May be consider s9 or note 9?
fame25/02/2020 15:42

Isn't this too old as S11 round the corner. May be consider s9 or note 9?


it's already out, it's called s20
Got a grade B S8 for not much more from them the other day, near perfect condition apart from a clogged up speaker grill (ew!)... Bit of blutak sorted that out
s8 is still a great phone!

The only thing I'd be concerned about on and old model used phone is the battery of course...
r2mahara28/02/2020 17:26

s8 is still a great phone!The only thing I'd be concerned about on and old …s8 is still a great phone!The only thing I'd be concerned about on and old model used phone is the battery of course...


Anyone interested take note in this post. Had mine since release in 2017 current appearance Grade A. However I get about 3 hours screen time which is pathetic by any margins!
BeeAyyZee28/02/2020 18:19

Anyone interested take note in this post. Had mine since release in 2017 …Anyone interested take note in this post. Had mine since release in 2017 current appearance Grade A. However I get about 3 hours screen time which is pathetic by any margins!



And this is of course why phones these days no longer have replaceable batteries!
Planned obsolescence is the name of the game!
The fruit company was the trend sender (despite the hollow corporate PR words at apple.com/uk/…nt/), but most of the other manufacturers quickly followed.
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