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[Pre Order] Samsung S21 Series - Bonus Fire Stick TV Lite (2020) + Redeem Samsung Galaxy Buds @ Amazon AU

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Pre-order an eligible Samsung Galaxy 21 phone before 11:59PM AEDT on 28 January 2021 and while stocks last, you can get a bonus Fire Stick TV Lite (2020 release) from Amazon and separately redeem from Samsung directly, a pair of eligible Galaxy Buds.

Pre-order Price Guarantee! Order now and if the Amazon.com.au price decreases between your order time and the end of the day of the release date, you'll receive the lowest price. Offered by Amazon AU.

Don't forget 4% cashback from CR or SB for mobile phones. - Credit to itslittfam

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  • Does Amazon also have 20% off like some of the other stores?

    • +1

      No that's only for people that can access the EDU or business stores as far as I'm aware

  • +2

    Don't forget 4% cashback from CR or SB for mobile phones.

    • +3

      Thanks, added to the deal and credited :)

  • +1

    There are multiple links on Amazon… based on which colour/config you want… e.g. Ultra Black 512GB = https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08RPT2XWL

    • Thanks - adding now

  • +3

    No microsd slot now. Gtfo.

    • +1

      lol apple doesn’t have microsd slot

      • thats moot

        • +1

          Apple is moot

    • +2

      I've always wondered, what do people actually need microSD expansion for? Is it for storing photos? If so, why not use free google photos cloud storage? Maybe it's games, but unless you're playing all the big ones surely you're not coming close to 128 or 256gb, unless I'm missing something?

      • Was more useful when the standard phone memory storage was 32GB/64GB

        Will be useful for my phone as it can take RAW images

        Apart from that, MicroSD is not really needed anymore IF the internal storage is large enough (128GB~256GB)

        • In this case the storage is 128gb or over, so it is probably enough. I do understand your point on raw images though, as G Photos does "downscale" them slightly I believe on their free plan.

          • +2

            @reloxation: If recording 8k I imagine it will eat up storage pretty quick

            • -2

              @Sestrooper: Very true, but how many people are recording 8k content through their phone? Surely not many unless it's the default?

              • @reloxation: What's the point of recording less than 8K when 8K is supported? In 30 years old version of you will enjoy watching these memories on a 32K holo TV (because other old 2K and 4K videos will look like crap)

                • @alenpln: To use less storage… I don't think 4k videos will ever look crap, it's not like they worsen over time.

                  • @reloxation: 10 years ago 720p DVD quality was considered great, 480p good and 320p acceptable. Now everything less than 1080p is terrible, and 4K is considered great…

                    • @alenpln: It becomes increasingly harder to notice the difference as you jump resolutions though. 720p vs 1080p is much more noticeable to me than 1440p to 4K.

                  • @reloxation: When you are recording something precious, you don't want to use less storage - you want to record that in the best possible quality ever.

                  • @reloxation:

                    To use less storage… I don't think 4k videos will ever look crap, it's not like they worsen over time.

                    History is full of famous statements like this that are laughable today.

                    At the time 720p or 1080p became a thing it was a marvel to look at and it's hard to imagine TVs looking sharper than that. It's far from a marvel now. The same will be true of 4K after everyone's been on 16K.

                    Every generation of video game console had impressive looking graphics for its time, even 16 bit, 32 bit.

                    • @lostn: Man you're just picking at everything haha. I don't mind, got plenty of time to discuss. 4k looks so real to me, and we're in a time where everyone expects innovation, not like before when people thought it impossible to have anything better than what was in front of them. Maybe 16k or 32k will be better, but will it be a noticeable difference to the average person, I think not.

      • It's useful when you use the phone for music/video in places and situations where you have no reception or must be in flight mode.
        Eg on a plane or out in the bush.

        I use the SD card for downloading music to for Spotify so that I can still listen.

        Saying that, 256gb is enough.

      • I had a use case recently: I needed to upload large video files to youtube from my GoPro, so all I needed to do is to plug-in microSD to my S10 and voila.

        • Yeah ok, so it does have some relatively-niche but handy scenarios.

          • @reloxation: I'd not call it niche as there are a lot of people using action cameras, photographers etc.

            • @alenpln: I doubt many photographers or people with action cams would be using their phone for editing video if they have a computer around. Can't newer GoPros upload through your phone anyway without moving the card?

              • @reloxation: I doubt many photographers take laptop to trips. And not all of them choose to edit their pictures, there a lot of ppl who simply upload as is.

                GoPros can upload via your phone, but it will be slower and I assume limited to GoPro own cloud subscription service.

                • +1

                  @alenpln: Very well. I would've thought most real photographers would be much more comfortable with a laptop, but maybe I'm wrong. If uploading pictures though, that's a different story. Videos you'd use a computer, at least that's what I'd do. Anyway, I really don't think the MicroSD will impact many people's decisions too greatly anyway. There's ways around it. Have a good one

      • I've always wondered, what do people actually need microSD expansion for? Is it for storing photos?

        Storing things for local and immediate access so you don't need to download it from the internet which is not instant, uses data, and battery.

        • Then just buy more internal storage…

          • @reloxation: permanent storage is capped. Removable storage is not.

            The highest it goes is 512GB. If that's not enough then too bad.

            The S10 let you have 1TB internal and still add an SD card.

            The permanent storage is also a lot more expensive than an SD card.

            • @lostn: Surely 512gb in a phone is plenty though, what are you keeping on there?

              • @reloxation: Have you ever shot video in 4K? 512GB is maybe half an hour.

                • @lostn: Yes, then when I've shot said video I move it to a hard drive and delete it off the phone…

                  • @reloxation: you bring a hard drive with you everywhere you go?

                    • @lostn: If I knew I was going to shoot hours of 4k content then I would, but usually I'd just do it once I get back home.

                      • @reloxation: In places where I want to shoot, it's normally when I'm on holidays. I don't have a "home" to return to. I don't bring my computer or hard drive on holidays. What I shoot has to stay on the device and last the trip.

                        • @lostn: That's where we differ, because I have my laptop with me on holidays. Also, 512gb should be able to hold much more than 30 minutes of 4k video according to a quick Google search.

      • If so, why not use free google photos cloud storage?

        That deal has been abolished. It's not free cloud storage anymore. Now you get 15GB. And you weren't getting free storage at full resolution even when it was free.

        • As I acknowledged in my reply to cwongtech…

      • Google photos free going away pretty soon

    • -1

      why do you need it? just buy 256gb or 512gb version.It is about as more expensive as a separate microsd card.

      • it's a lot more than that. And what if 512GB is not enough? You can't add more.

        • Examples when not enough? It is a phone, not external storage.

  • Second time in a row Samsung releases a new device that is worse than previous one.

    S10

    • it was perfect size [6.1"] and weight, great cameras located in the middle of device, great QHD+ resolution

    S20

    • it got better cameras located in the middle of device, but
    • it became larger [6.2"; wider and a bit thicker], and
    • it became 6g heavier [+4%], and
    • it lost 3.5mm audio jack,
    • it got 120Hz screen mode, but it doesn't count because it only works in FHD+ res and looks like shit

    S21

    • it got better cameras, and
    • it got cheaper, and
    • it got 120Hz screen mode with native resolution, but
    • it got worse screen resolution FHD+ just like $200-300 Chinese phones
    • it lost 3.5mm audio jack,
    • it got cameras located at the corner which looks bad (asymmetrical) and confusing when using viewfinder
    • it became 8g heavier [+5%], and
    • The only solid newbie is Galaxy Buds Pro.

      • I have the galaxy buds from when I got my Samsung s10 and have not updated yet, but now 5g is coming im thinking of upgrading. Is there a big difference between the galaxy buds to galaxy buds pro other then shape? The new silver colour looks cool but

        • 5g is coming im thinking of upgrading

          In my opinion, 5G is not worth upgrading and next 3-4 years 4G will be absolutely sufficient for everything except online gaming (because 5G brings lower latency comparing to 4G)

          big difference between the galaxy buds to galaxy buds pro other then shape

          Waterproof, good bass, noise cancelling, your own voice is never treated as noise and therefore you should hear yourself when talking, air vents should prevent sweating and hopefully prevent quacking noises when running.

          • +2

            @alenpln: Thanks for that! I agree 4g is very sufficient for my usage and I've never had issues. My NBN has dropped out many more times then my 4g has dropped out. The new bud features do sound nice, might just grab the buds and hold onto my current phone for another gen or 2 then upgrade

    • -2

      it was perfect size [6.1"]

      Since when the size is determined by screen size?

      S10 - 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8 mm
      S20 - 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9 mm
      S21 - 151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm

      because it only works in FHD+ res and looks like shit

      Nobody can see the difference between QHD and FHD and you can? QHD was required for Samsung VR.

      • Since when the size is determined by screen size?

        You are right, size of the device is not the same as screen size. It is just easier to use 1 number instead of 3.

        Nobody can see the difference between QHD and FHD and you can?

        I did a blind test with a friend - placed two devices next to each other, covered both with paper with 5x5cm holes over screens. Devices were showing a number of pictures, and a number of web pages with text. QHD+ was sharper.

  • Are they Snapdragon 888 or Exyons 2100?

    • Exynos in au

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