expired Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5" 256GB Wi-Fi - Ebony Black $703.2 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ The Good Guys eBay

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Samsung SM-T830NZKLXSA Galaxy Tab S4 10.5" 256GB Wi-Fi - Ebony Black
Processor Cores: Octa-Core
Operating System: Android O
Connection Ports: USB-C (3.0)
Rear Camera: 13MP
Resolution (Pixels): 2560 : 1600
Colour: Ebony Black
Front Camera: 8MP
Storage Size: 256GB
Battery Type: Lithium-ion
Memory Expansion: MicroSD
GPS: Yes
What's In the Box: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5" 256GB Wi-Fi, S Pen, Ejection Pin, Charging Adapter, USB-C Data Cable, OTG Adapter, Recycling bag, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card
Manufacturer's Warranty: 24 Months
Family: Galaxy Tab S4
Processor Model Number: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Additional Features: sAMOLED Display, Samsung DeX enabled for computer-like productivity, Enhanced S Pen experience, Quad Speakers tuned by AKG, Dolby Atmos 3D audio, Up to 15 hours of video with fast charge, Iris scanning and facial recognition

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    is it some kind price error ? ebay won't let me pay for it

    Edit: Ebay let me paid for it with delivery option

  • +3 votes

    Certainly looks expensive to me.

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      Samsung's price is $1179 But i think it's still expensive, may be under 500 might make me to pull the trigger without excitement

    • +3 votes

      Agree. This feels like 2015 pricing when we were at peak tablet mania. Surely it should at least have 4G at this price point?

      • +1 vote

        Rang true so checked deals on the flagship from that time (S2 9.7") - seems around $500 was considered a good deal, $400 a great deal and $600 was too much.

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          They were 32GB though weren't they? Not 256GB.

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            @lostn: IMO onboard storage is less important now than it was back then. Cloud synch for pretty much anything data intensive is now mainstream.

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              @goingDHfast: It still costs more money to include than 32GB.

              Maybe if they made a 32GB version you could get it for $500.

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              @goingDHfast: With storage being so cheap now, why would anyone use cloud storage and allow strangers to hold your data??
              As soon as you upload your data to 'the cloud', you lose all control of it!!

              Many high profile companies have less-than-desirable integrity when you start 'sharing' your data.
              Why on earth would you trust them?

              I have just added a 256GB XDSC card ($72) to my wife's Samsung tablet, and that is all storage she needs.

              The option (usually a free allowance) to upload your data isn't altruistic, it's a business.

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        Yep. There's no real innovation with this tablet. $400 would still be a touch expensive, in my opinion.

        • +3 votes

          It's competing with higher end Apple products that are in cases MUCH more expensive

          It's internals are much better than previous models, they seemed to go nowhere for many years….

          Dex/Keyboard etc etc that's innovation.

    • +2 votes

      Compared to the equivalent iPad it is a decent price. The S-Pen is better for drawing too.

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    Hurts paying just under $1k last year :( Hardly used too.

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      Always use a card with price protection (28 degrees)

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        Had one, I realised my CBA card I used is a platinum debit, but only 30 days of price protection, DAMN.

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          28 degrees has now changed to 12 months, no annual fee worth getting keeping on the side

          • +1 vote

            @RogueWolf: I thought with 28 price protection you have to pay annual fees like insurance?

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              @kml22: I don't think there are fees though features and benefits continually dropped off hence me leaving… the bpay was a pain in the ass, the online site was terrible too…

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              @kml22: just have to pay a small fee if you owe money at the end of the month, best buy the product & pay it off immediately

              @scuderiarmani the benefits actually got much better oct last year,see here .. agree the bpay is a pain in the ass

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              @kml22: 1% on closing balance. Pay off the balance a few days before closing, and you pay $0 for price protection.

              The only real caveat is the only fee free payment method, being their online withdrawal, can't be used again for 5 days so no transactions on those last few days after you pay it off if you want to keep a $0 closing balance.

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          The CBA price protection is basically worthless.

          Within 21 days of the purchase, must be in a printed catalogue in a store within 25 kilometres of the store that the item was purchased, and difference is greater than $75. Then have 30 days to lodge a claim.

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        Can you use price protection from an ebay purchase with discount codes?

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      Paid $1090 for 256GB wifi +4g, just a couple of weeks ago! Damn

  • +1 vote

    I almost grabbed one from Gerry for $798 but I just couldn't justify spending that much on a tablet. Now this come along…

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP. Pulled the trigger and grabbed one. It's a lot more than I really want to spend on a tablet but I think the specs and that 256GB of storage do kinda justify the pricetag. I was pretty much dead set on getting a xiaomi mi pad 4 plus, as I am a big fan of the redmi phones. But there was no true global ROM and I could only find a few custom roms for it. It was gonna be like $500 ish for a 128gb. So $200 extra for a slightly better tablet and peace of mind if something goes wrong I can return it a lot easier.

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      On the smaller mi pad I had no issues on XDA AOSP based roms (Havoc specifically), nor xiaomi.eu builds of MIUI but too late I guess lol.
      this is a really good price thou and you get HD netflix into the bargain.

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        Yeh XDA only had a few roms for the mi pad 4 plus. They were all posted by the one user, and there was no comments on any of the posts except for the Havoc rom. Was a bit hesitant to flash any of them with no feedback from other users but Havoc rom was the one I was intending to flash if I got the tablet.

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    Hmmm, tempting. Or wait for Tab S5E?

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      I don't think tab s5e is that expensive. I'm waiting for tab s5e too

    • +1 vote

      S5E negatives: has less storage, no S-Pen or support for S-Pen, weaker CPU which is comparable in single core mode but multi-core is lacking.

      S5E positives: should hopefully be cheaper (but there is a reason it should be), lighter, slightly smaller form factor. Apparently will have good speakers (as in better software support).

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    I've had this tablet with the optus $50 deal and it is brilliant compared to my Ipad 2018

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    Is this tablet take a Data sim? Or is it only Wifi?

  • +2 votes

    Thanks, just got it

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    Are there any other good 10" tablets from other manufacturers ~64gig, 4gb+ ram? No need for a spen or sim. Also the lighter the better

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