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Huawei Mate 10 Dual Sim $673.59, Samsung Galaxy S7 $493.59 Delivered (eBay Plus) @ Allphones eBay

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Hi guys,

Two Allphones eBay deals for the current sale.

Huawei Mate 10 - Black (4G/4G Dual SIM, 64GB/4GB) $673.59

  • The Mate 10 features 4G/4G Dual SIM, a QHD 1440 x 2560 display, Dual Cameras, 64GB on-board storage, 4GB RAM, 4000mAh battery capacity, and the latest Kirin 970 chip.

Samsung Galaxy S7 - Gold (Vodafone Branded) $493.59

  • The Samsung galaxy S7 was one of Samsung's successful flagship releases, with a 5.1" QHD display, a 12 megapixel camera, 32GB of on-board storage and 4GB RAM

There is free delivery with a Free 30 day eBay Plus Trial

As usual, 100% AU stock, GST tax invoice with ABN, TRS eligible, local Australian manufacturers warranty. In stock and ready to dispatch. Thank you!

Thanks to TA for the Original 20% off 53 Stores @ eBay Deal Post

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    Hmmm, this or the Mate 10 Pro for $763 @ Mobile Citi using PLATYPUS

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      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Au-Stock-Huawei-Mate-10-Pro-128GB-6GB-Single-Sim-Opt-Midnight-Blue/163031565890?hash=item25f5704642:g:hyEAAOSw4GFbOZc3:sc:AU_StandardDeliveryRegisted!4625!AU!-1
      You can get mate 10 pro for 716 at the same store for 716 bucks!

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      I'd probably hold off on buying phones this year. Competition is brewing in China!

      Ads all over the place for Vivo Nex S and Oppo Find X with like bezel-less screens.

      2018 should be the beginning of 90% screen to body ratios!

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      The Pro doesn't have a card slot, if that matters to you.

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    Wow… mate 10 has already dropped that much :(

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    I purchased my S7 back in December for $500.

    Not worth buying one for more than $400-450

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      Well I got it for $500 last April. Gray stock

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      Fantastic phone, but unfortunately things go obsolete too fast in this world. It'll be obsolete in about a year.

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      So you bought a one and a half year old phone for less than the price of a one month old phone and now you're expecting that 7 month old phone to be the same price.

      Seems reasonable.

      Haha.

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    Lots of complaints on the Huawei phones on whirlpool forums. Maybe read up before you buy

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      After using three different Huawei models I wouldn't touch them - any savings in purchase quickly vanish with lack of updates, glitches and dealing with warranty back and forth.

      Perhaps new models no longer have as many issues but with so many different models that Huawei produce I doubt it - All those resources spent maintaining a dozen or so different models - Ultimately the consumer suffers from a heavily fragmented ecosystem where updates take months to roll out (if they even get done) defeating the purpose of an open source operating system designed to make phones affordable and accessible to anyone while encouraging innovation.

      Hopefully, we will see more manufacturers start producing Android One phones to start removing the scattering that has occurred of Android. </rant>

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      Are they genuine complaints or are they the tinfoil hat 'China is spying on us!' stuff I've seen making the rounds?

      I can't speak for the current models, but my Mate 9 is the best phone I've ever owned. I seriously cannot kill the battery on the thing, whereas I was always looking for a wall socket with my previous HTC 10 and iPhone 6s. It gets monthly security updates too, although I'll admit they're a month behind.

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    highly recommend mate 10! Great present for parents!

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    I must be the only person that actually likes EMUI :D

    I've had a few Huawei phones now including the Mate 8 and Mate 10, haven't had a single issue with any of their phones, however a friend who got the 10 pro at the same time i did has already had it replaced 3 times with different issues, i guess the main thing for me is i always made sure to get Australian stock and not a grey import.

    The mate 8 in particular is a standout in my opinion, it is still going strong without any issues, considering i had the phone since 2015 and has since gifted it to a sibling and it is still a fantastic phone, in some ways better than the mate 10 and if i could get a brand new mate 8 for a decent price i would actually jump at it, the mate 10 isn't that big of an upgrade in the real world.

    But pretty sure i will be upgrading to the p20 pro shortly ;)

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    mate 10 pro is a beast. Huawei promised bimonthly updates and here are some updates that are coming soon/ received by mate 101 chinese versions already.
    1. 2d face scan unlock
    2. AI stablisation for tripod-less long exposure night shots (same as p20 )
    3. GPU turbo boost which promises 60% better performance and 30% better efficiency.
    4. 960 slow mo with ai detection

    Licking my lips at the upcoming updates and possible future updates.