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Samsung Galaxy S10+ Dual Sim G975FD 128GB Prism Black (Grey Import) $1025.10 Delivered @ MyMobile eBay

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Premium experience that exceeds any expectations. This Samsung Galaxy S10+ features a powerful pro-grade camera, intelligent battery, in-display ultrasonic fingerprint ID, and an immersive cinematic screen in a slim, balanced form. Galaxy S10+ takes your Galaxy to the next level.

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  • +1 vote

    Has anyone previously owned an S8+ and upgraded to the S10+, and found it alot better in any particular areas?

    • +3 votes

      Based on my friends' S10+, I think I'll be keeping my S8+ for another couple of years.

      Seem to be some big improvements on phones lately each year, and feel like it'll be a lot more worth trading up for S12 or similar gen.

      Although my S8+ is still running as fast as year 1, and I feel like it has about 2 years left. So depends on your experience.

      Unless camera is important to you, S10+ camera is incredible!

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        Next gen (s11) won't have a notch or hole in the screen.

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          That'll be great! I definitely prefer the S10+'s hole punch to the notch though. Seems a lot more minimal and blends in with the UI a lot more than notch phones.

          I think when my S8+'s software is missing quite a few things that new phones have, I'll probably trade up. Or when apps are too beefy for the S8's hardware (currently really snappy though). When I bought my S8+, a big reason was Google Assistant support, and there's nothing that significant that isn't compatible on the S8+.

          I was worried when it updated to Pie that performance would suffer, but it's going great! We'll see when Q comes around.

        • +1 vote

          Just get rid of the freaking annoying curved screen, and with top spec…then samsung can have my business back!

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          Complete and utter speculation and most likely incorrect speculation.

          Yes they are developing the tech, will it be ready for mass production in say 7-8 months when the s11 will start mass production… Almost definitely not.

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      IMO the upgrade isn't worth it because the s8+ specs are still great and run pie well. I would personally only upgrade if my battery was absolutely horrible. The s8+ should still run well but may not get any future software updates, but you can fix that by using custom roms/kernels etc.

    • +1 vote

      Yes. I liked S10+. Little smaller, but bigger screen and much faster compared to S8+. My S8+ was quite sluggish. S8+ upgraded to latest verion of Andriod as well, so they both look almost similar, though screen of S10+ looks better to me.
      Camera quality is amazing on S10 as well. I also like the front password reader as I place my phone next to my laptop in wireless station.
      Battery life is much better on S10+ as well.

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        @gaggy do you find missing the touch home button a problem?
        The 1st thing I feel wrong is that the feedback / touch home button gone missing, others seems great

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          Sorry, I dont miss it or get which button u r talking about as I have home button at bottom of screen.

    • +1 vote

      I think the S8+ was the first time in a long time that it warranted an upgrade, still to this day I believe it's a great phone.

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      I'm keeping mine. Friend has S10+ and improvement is marginal for my use.

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      I'm in the same boat. I'm holding out for the S10 5g to drop and then I'll decide. Bigger screen, battery etc so it's not just a 5g version of the S10+. Also with 5g starting to roll out this year, I think it's a waste buying a 4g handset

      • +1 vote

        It might take over 2 years before 5g becomes standard and plans are cheap accordingly.

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          It might, it might not. Obviously where you live plays a big part in this. Being in Sydney, it won't take that long and even if it does take a year for it to roll out half decent 5g coverage, I'm planning on keeping the phone longer than that. Oh and like I said, the 5g model is like the next step up over the 10+. So better phone without factoring in the 5g

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            @nikym81: so is the cost. Anyway, buy if you are going to use it.

            I know I wont get 5g speeds all the time for next 1-2 years. I have wifi in office/home and when I travel in train, I am fine with 3/4g plans not costing me a fortune.
            Existing specs for 10+ is already above my expectations.

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              @Gaggy: You're just speculating. For all we know, the cost of 5G plans could be the same. Take a look at Optus 5G home broadband @50mpbs. It's actually priced the same as NBN.

              Any who all I'm saying, we're so close to 5G rolling out and 5G handsets being available, it'd be stupid not wait a couple of months, see what coverage and plans are available and go from there.

  • +1 vote

    Looking at the delivery date, suggests it comes from Hong Kong, not the Australian branch.

    Therefore, warranty is 1 year only via the Seller and not Samsung Australia warranty.

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    Anything for the green model?

  • +4 votes

    If anyone is wondering, this is the Exynos version.

    The SD version G9750 can be bought for $1068 using the same code.

  • +1 vote

    Very good deal, does it comes with Australia warranty

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      It comes with eBay MBG.

    • +2 votes

      From the eBay listing:

      MYMOBILE PTY LTD (AUSTRALIA) All items sold and supplied by MyMobile Pty Ltd (AUS) include manufacturer warranty. The duration, terms and conditions of this warranty is as specified by the manufacturer. Warranty is not provided by the seller.

      Just one thing to note… I think that last line contradicts Australian Consumer Law. Have a read here: https://www.accc.gov.au/business/treating-customers-fairly/s...

      Surely the store has to provide a minimum 12 month warranty?

      Overall, I would proceed carefully. Samsung may refuse to honor the warranty due to it being a grey import.

      EDIT: As whooah1979 pointed out above, there is the eBay Money Back Guarantee. This lasts 30 days from date of delivery. There is also the PayPal Buyer Protection, which lasts 180 days from payment date.

      • +4 votes

        If it is grey import and it doesn't include Samsung warranty,
        That listing is as dodgy as it can get

        • +6 votes

          Any electronic that costs >AU$600 and lacks local warranty is a risk, and generally not worth it. Especially if the price difference is <20%.

          For that reason, this isn't as good a deal as it seems.

          PS: That doesn't include Grey Imports which offer international warranty, something that was common but is becoming a rare practice.

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    What cinema screen curves away at the top and bottom?

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    Can we use another sim in AUS version of phones?

  • -1 vote

    Link to original PSYCHED deal please

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    Is this going to work in AUS out of the box or will i need to make firmware changes??

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    Updated to s10+ from OP5 2 months ago. I can say that I am a bit disappointed with the new phone. Although the camera is incredible, I found that OxygenOS is way more optimised than Samsung OS.
    For instance, I had some small issues with the video not rotating correctly while on full screen quite often, which never happened in the OnePlus. Changing songs from the ambient screen does not work every time. The in-display fingerprint is significantly slower.
    My advice would be to get the s10e and wait for the in-display fingerprint to improve in the next years.

  • -1 vote

    Will AMEX extended warranty work on grey-import phones?

    Anyone had any claims in the past?

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