expired Samsung Galaxy S10 Black/White 128GB with Galaxy Buds $1283.97 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Still waiting for the Good Guys 10% discount code to pop up on your screen? Just close your browser and get it off Amazon instead. You can also get 5-6% on CR/Shopback making it pretty much the same price as the TGG deal ($1225.61 after 5%/$58.36, $1213.94 after 6%/$70.03).

It's still the pre-order period so you'll get the Galaxy Buds.

If you pre-ordered from Amazon at the full $1349 price, you should be getting a refund for the difference in the next 24-72 hours.

If you don't want the buds, you might as well buy it off eBay. They're out of 128GB models though.

Part of the Galaxy S10 Series + Bonus Galaxy Buds Pre Order Deal

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  • +4 votes

    S10+ ?

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      I still have landline

    • +2 votes

      Is this reality?

      Where have you been the past two years? :)

      Just a few deals below is a Dell tagged almost the same as this phone and the only thing this phone does is have a hole instead of a notch compared to any other expensive flagship-excuse of a phone.

      I assume you're referring to this XPS deal?

      You could say exactly the same about the XPS - why pay $1279 for the XPS13 when you can pay $815 for this Lenovo with a faster CPU and bigger screen?

      Some people don't mind paying a bit more for the latest processor, best camera, solid build, unique design, etc.

        • +3 votes

          Stick to a laptop. Perhaps go buy the $200 one off gumtree, no point spending more than that clearly.

        • +2 votes

          Perhaps i'm getting old but you can't really say that claim a 'solid' build

          With all these modern phones, 'solid build' refers to feeling solid in the hand, as opposed to hollow-sounding plastic. All nice-looking phones nowadays will crack if you drop them, so a case is almost a necessity for many people. Samsung provides one in the box, fortunately.

          but having to hold this with one hand or something might be difficult as there isn't any none-touchable area or side bezel so people might get unexpected touch points.

          I was concerned about it at the start too, but after 2-3 years of using them, it never even crossed my mind. It just didn't affect me - until I got the Note 9. I have to really stretch to reach the far corners, resulting in unintended touches. That's why I'm going back to smaller phones again.

          If it's still stuck on the 4G network

          Honestly at this stage I'd rather get a 4G phone than a 5G phone. The second generation of 5G phones would be more power-efficient and there would actually be a 5G network to use.

          high pixel density phone

          Samsung fortunately sets the default resolution to FHD+ instead of the full WQHD+. That's a good move as it would save on battery life. If you do need the higher res (like with VR headsets for example), you can just bump it up to full.

          with a battery that can't really keep up with how notoriously bad Android is app and battery management

          No idea what the S10 is like, but the Mate 20 Pro is really good at battery management. Too good if you ask some people, but after you whitelist the apps you want, it does last ages. I notice the battery life on my Note 9 is really good too, so hopefully they're learning something.

          I don't think so.

          Sure.. this phone definitely isn't for everyone! It's a great time to pick up an S9 or S8 if the new features aren't attractive to you. I'm looking forward to the on-screen fingerprint reader and the wide angle lens - the two features I miss the most from the Mate 20 Pro.

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            @eug: Fair points m8.

            The Pixel density shown on gsmarena suggest it's 1440x 3040. However, given that it's AMOLED, there could be the chance of it disabling some of the pixels and given that you mention that it uses FHD+ on default, then I'd assume that's the case or something similar.

            Every early 'x'G rollout starts rough and I have to agree with you on that about waiting for second gen phones supporting 5G.

            As of the battery management, it's more to do with how Android's heavy reliance on Java that makes it crappy. I am very much sure most of these phones, in fact older ones too running on the A53 core would suffice if it weren't for JVM hogging up everything. Whitelisting apps feels like a temporary bandaid to me than to actually fix the lower level of android in of itself. I think in Android Pie they introduced the 'AI' thingo which turns of apps not used in the background as often. Let alone with samsung's interface of bloat and bixby, who knows what's running on the background flagged as 'high priority do not terminate' which is pretty much useless.

            I'm still happy with my Oneplus 5t and it would be rather hypocritcal for me not to say that I bought at a steep price back then, but then again again this phone is double the price I paid yesteryear.

            I'll give samsung some credit for it's camera implementation, I think they really do a great job on that department indeed.

            Hopefully though, you and others enjoy using it, I am just concerned about the pricing starting to match up with Apple's shite-phones.

            Okay I am an old man rambling now, sorry about that. Have a good one! :D

        • +1 vote

          I can't be bothered to refute or explain your other objections/points but I just wanted to say that android is great at app and battery management.

          The S10+ and OnePlus6t just took a crap on the iPhone XS max in latest battery tests on YouTube. OnePlus lasted 9h 5 mins, S10+ lasted 9h 4 mins and the iPhone XS max lasted 6h 55 mins. In-fact all the Android phones in the test beat the iPhone. Search youtube for "galaxy s10 plus battery test xee", it's the vid with 410k views by XEETECHCARE.

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    With tgg U can also use 5 to6 % off gift card. Still better.

    • +2 votes

      You don't get cashback though. And you won't be able to use any cc price protection.

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        You probably won't be able to get cc price protection anyways, if it mentions the free earbuds anywhere on the receipt.

        • +2 votes

          I already have my official tax invoice, it does not mention the earbuds anywhere.

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      could you please share where you can get 5-6% off tgg gift card?

  • +4 votes

    Seriously for $60-70 off lol, wait a month prices will tank as usual.

  • -1 vote

    Seems like they've removed the buds from the page now. It's still in the picture, but before it was below the description also.
    Edit: whoops, only removed from the S10+ page.

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      as of writing this, green 10+ still available through amazon au (seller), thus u ll still get the buds.

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    Hi guys, galaxy fold hasn't displayed at the samsung kiosk yet. Please don't try folding the device there, it is tab S4.

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    Not to brag, but through work today I got an S10 128gb for $674.50

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      HOW? WOULD LIKE TO GET 1 TOO.

    • +1 vote

      And this help us ozbargain, how?

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      You certainly bragging kakarot!!!

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      Same here, but an S10+. Won't mention price as it's not exactly helpful for the rest of the OzB community (most I'll say is it was barely a touch more than what you paid for the S10).

      Early impressions are pretty good, definitely would never have bought it under normal circumstances(told myself I'd never buy a phone over $1000). One tip I can give is to update the software as soon as you get it as the fingerprint scanner is hopeless out of the box, however once updated it's near-flawless. My S7 is still going strong these past 3 years and was only going to replace it were it to actually die. Plan is to sell the S7 for ~$300 and basically have an S10+ for only a few hundred.

      Did not get the galaxy buds though, but that was a tradeoff I was more than happy to make, all things considered.

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      They ain't giving us a pay rise, but at least we get cheaper phones.

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      Yup. 50% off RRP. 512GB Ceramic Black - come at me!

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    Seriously $1200 odd dollars for a phone??

    • +7 votes

      the best phone ever created.

      Yes!

    • +1 vote

      In 1991 the NEC p3 was $5,000 then you took it to Telstra and they programmed it for the number. Then you paid $60 a month and then paid heaps for each call.

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    Does anyone know if I buy s10 via Amazon, can I still get Samsung Care through Samsung?

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    Received s10+ today from the woolies mobile preorder

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    I only want the Galaxy Buds, does anyone want to sell me theirs if they get it with their preorder and doesn’t want it?

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    Ah man do I upgrade from my s8 or wait until next year's S11 which will have 5G?

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    still confused about why people need $1000+ phones, is this is a status thing because literally, anybody can buy this phone.
    $1200 is really not a lot of money, but it just seems very trivial that people get excited over the latest phones.

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    Does anyone know where I can order a snapdragon version for the same price?

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      Snapdragon whoops Exynos' ass in speedtests, it's crazy.
      Sadly we only have Exynos in AU stock.

      If you want grey import you can get Snapdragon for $1124 + $15 postage from eglobalcentral + 0.7% off with Cashrewards, so like $1134. Earbuds not included in that offer though, and grey imports don't have local samsung warranty support, you would have to handle warranty issues with eglobal which is often an extreme pain in the ass.

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    I paid RRP, purchased from Amazon. Do I need to contact them for price guarantee or is it automatic

    • +2 votes

      It's meant to be automatic. I contacted them to ask just to be sure, they confirmed it for me.

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        Managed to get it after contacting them. The rep said "We usually do not price match or honor any price difference.

        ** But as you are one of the valued customers we have, so as an exception, I have issued a refund $50 (1499 - 1449 = 50) to your original payment method, this refund takes 2-10 business days to reflect into your card."

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      The link is still on pre-order (not Buy Now) so it is automatic. To make sure, go to your order detail page and you can see the total price that will be deducted, which should be this current price. This is the "Pre-order Price Guarantee".

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    Waiting for Sony Xperia 1.

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    Ships from and sold by Becextech.

    Hmm. Is Amazon out of stock? Be careful! Becextech doesn't seem to sell AU stock.

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      Uh oh. They might have! I'd better update the description.
      edit: Looks like I can't edit the description any more as it automatically changes the alternate domain to becextech.

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    Where to buy the Hong Kong version? Which has better CPU Snapdragon and dual sim cards at the same time, also got Google. I think this is the best version of the world. The Chinese model is the same hardware model, but google is banned in China.

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    Now that it is expired, can we still claim the difference if ordered at RRP prior to this promo?

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