- Feb 1, 2019
Here in Australia people sign up contracts then sell them next days for few hundreds less and use their old phones.
Depends if you are heavy user or not. If you are medium or heavy user you are way better off signing a contract because you are making a use of your monthly $$$$$ by getting a new phone every 12/24 months.More fool them for throwing money away and more than likely being tied to an overpriced contract.
I went through 4 last year. Only to circle around to Samsung again.Going through 5/6 phones like I did last year, is excessive to me. I didn’t spend stupid money, but I need to stick with a phone longer than I have been doing.
Selling Samsung phones second hand in the UK, you simply don’t get a very good price.
Same here, unless my phone is lost, stolen or damaged badly, i will make good use of it to the max.still really like my note 10+ so going to hold onto that for now
what you doing this year?My record for the most phones in a year was in 2014.
I had the iPhone 5S, note 3, LG G3, S5 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Last year I had the Xs max, note 10+, used an Xr for a few days then back to the Xs max and then got the 11 pro max.
But even in moderate year I usually have 2 iPhones and a Samsung flagship.
Agree. While the Pro Max is great, I still think I like the S10 plus more than any phone I owned in 2019.Camera aside (I just love the way Pixels do it), I've far more enjoyed the S10+ & Note 10+ over the last 12 months than any other phone. So I imagine I'll get another Samsung next.
I don't know how I'm feeling about the 100MP area being shaded 🤔
I definitely wouldn't mind test driving one, but it's such a hassle initially trying to run two phones.Agree. While the Pro Max is great, I still think I like the S10 plus more than any phone I owned in 2019.
Is it me, or are the backs of these phones looking very non-descript 🤔. Not ugly, just plain 🤷🏾♂️More official renders at XDA
Today, we're getting a look at renders of all three Galaxy S20 series models, along with a look at the "Space Zoom" camera.www.xda-developers.com
The Note 10 didn't have pre order incentives but all previous Samsung flagships did. I got the free buds even though I returned my S10+.We can be sure not in the UK!
Yep. Exactly why I said some places. Meaning not hereWe can be sure not in the UK!
I still don’t see it costing more than the 11 pro max. However any freebies are always welcome to me.The Note 10 didn't have pre order incentives but all previous Samsung flagships did. I got the free buds even though I returned my S10+.
They're going to want to tempt potential Ultra buyers with what will surely be a very expensive device.
Maybe not but I can see the 256gb (if that's the base model) costing £1,200 if there's no separate 4G/5G version.Yep. Exactly why I said some places. Meaning not here
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I still don’t see it costing more than the 11 pro max. However any freebies are always welcome to me.