Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB UK SIM Free £715 @ Box.co.uk
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Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB UK SIM Free £715 @ Box.co.uk

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Found 16th Mar
Seems like a great price for UK stock of the Samsung S9 Sim Free! Listed as £735, however £20 discount is added at the basket, no code required

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  • Midnight Black
  • Google Android 8.0
  • 5.8" Quad HD Touch Screen
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB Storage
  • 12MP Camera
  • The Samsung Flagship Device is Here!
  • SIM Free Unlocked Mobile
  • SM-G960FZKABTU
he revolutionary camera that adapts like the human eye.

Dual Aperture
Capture stunning pictures in bright daylight and super low light.

Our category-defining Dual Aperture lens adapts like the human eye. It's able to automatically switch between various lighting conditions with ease-making your photos look great whether it's bright or dark, day or night.

F1.5 aperture mode

If it's dark, the lens opens to F1.5 mode to pull in light for a bright and clear photo.

F2.4 aperture mode

In the daylight, the lens shifts to F2.4 mode to help your picture come out sharp.

Low light photos
The camera that's brilliant in the dark.

The F1.5 aperture mode finds light even in the dark. So the low light camera delivers vibrant photos late into the night. Meaning your camera no longer has a curfew.

Super Slow-mo
The camera that slows down time, making everyday moments epic.


Add music. Make GIFs. Get likes.

Super Slow-mo lets you see the things you could have missed in the blink of an eye. Set the video to music or turn it into a looping GIF, and share it with a tap. Then sit back and watch the reactions roll in.

AR Emoji
The camera that turns you into an emoji, so you're not the "you" everyone else is.

Create an Augmented Reality version of yourself simply by taking a selfie. Then share your real-life feelings as emoji stickers and videos.

Express your emotions with AR Emoji stickers.

Liven up your chats using AR Emoji stickers and videos.

Live Translation
The camera that can instantly read what your eyes can't.

Get real-time translation when you need it. Live Translation lets you see the world in a new way.

Intelligent ScanThe camera that recognizes you instantly.

Intelligent Scan is a new technology that combines face recognition and iris scan to make unlocking simple even in low light.

Multi Device Experience
Share your screen to your other Samsung screens, hassle-free.

Easily share photos and videos you've made by syncing your devices through your Samsung Account. So you can be at home even when you're someplace else.

Infinity Display
The phone with an uninterrupted display.

See photos and videos as you want to see them: showcased on a beautiful edge-to-edge screen.

Surround sound stereo speakers
The phone that surrounds you in Dolby Atmos sound on stereo speakers tuned by AKG.

Hear the action with clarity thanks to the pure sound of stereo speakers tuned by AKG. The addition of Dolby Atmos delivers rich and vibrant sound, giving you a theater-like audio experience.
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    Great find op.....
    Voted hot . Best phone , best screen, works as computer with so many quality accessories . Project Treble Android 8 .
    No innovation this year but hey, they came up with round screen and now half of industry is doing it. I will happily wait for s10 which (I imagine) will also be similar
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    Any offers on the plus?
    sam_of_london1 h, 24 m ago

    Voted hot . Best phone , best screen, works as computer with so many …Voted hot . Best phone , best screen, works as computer with so many quality accessories . Project Treble Android 8 .


    I thought the s8 worked as a computer? I'm in the stone ages with my s7 lol
    Toon_army27 m ago

    I thought the s8 worked as a computer? I'm in the stone ages with my s7 lol


    Yes all new Samsung S8 S9 Note 8 etc
    The Microsoft lumia 950xl has continuum. Which converts it into a pc. Shame as I loved that phone.
    I am now seriously considering a s8+
    Toon_army3 h, 4 m ago

    I thought the s8 worked as a computer? I'm in the stone ages with my s7 lol


    That would be me with my s2 :D. But yeah, the s8 also had an accessory to connect to a monitor.
    frish1 h, 26 m ago

    That would be me with my s2 :D. But yeah, the s8 also had an accessory to …That would be me with my s2 :D. But yeah, the s8 also had an accessory to connect to a monitor.


    S2! Wow lol. I've not long had the s7 Edge, came from a s5 which I had for 2 years then an s3 before that. I can't even remember the s2. You seriously need to upgrade phones have jumped along leaps since then in speed and camera quality
    Toon_army22 m ago

    S2! Wow lol. I've not long had the s7 Edge, came from a s5 which I had for …S2! Wow lol. I've not long had the s7 Edge, came from a s5 which I had for 2 years then an s3 before that. I can't even remember the s2. You seriously need to upgrade phones have jumped along leaps since then in speed and camera quality


    Yeah I spent a lot at the time for the s2 coz I wanted all of the functionality and solid camera which I probably overestimated. It has been useful, although I did bloat it with free apps when amazon used to do that. I'd like to upgrade, but also haven't actually used my phone much apart from when it's been convenient to look stuff up online, so aren't sure if it'd actually be worth it. Plus I do have concerns over spending a lot for something that's only updated security wise for a couple of years which seems low for something that seems to have ended its exponential improvements the past couple of years or so. Non replaceable batteries are also a concern which limits my options. It is tempting though :D.
    frish18 m ago

    Yeah I spent a lot at the time for the s2 coz I wanted all of the …Yeah I spent a lot at the time for the s2 coz I wanted all of the functionality and solid camera which I probably overestimated. It has been useful, although I did bloat it with free apps when amazon used to do that. I'd like to upgrade, but also haven't actually used my phone much apart from when it's been convenient to look stuff up online, so aren't sure if it'd actually be worth it. Plus I do have concerns over spending a lot for something that's only updated security wise for a couple of years which seems low for something that seems to have ended its exponential improvements the past couple of years or so. Non replaceable batteries are also a concern which limits my options. It is tempting though :D.


    If you ask about one of your friend will sell of give you their old phone when they upgrade, I got my s7 edge for £80, my mate didn't want anything but I felt bad so he asked for 2 Fire t.v. sticks fully loaded lol.
    I use my phone all the time and camera for certain YouTube videos.
    They've came along so much the past few years. I'll be honest I'm not a fan of the Edge the screens a bit of a pain when writing
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