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Samsung Galaxy S7 DUOS 32GB Unlocked GSM Octa-Core 4G LTE New from Ebay for $490

aviseqdas 1,631 240 July 13, 2016 at 11:05 AM in Smartphones (8) More eBay Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear July 13, 2016 at 01:46 PM
Black and Silver sold out only gold available.

Pretty good deal for a dual sim, international model. Looks like has all bands for AT&T and T-mobile.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Samsung-G...cat_id=103
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Is this a good buy?
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Saw an S7 edge for $20 more. So will hold on for few more months for price drops in ebay
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Quote from rattlingabhi View Post :
Saw an S7 edge for $20 more. So will hold on for few more months for price drops in ebay
Hi, can you share the link for s7 edge
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any similar deals on s7 edge??
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Quote from aviseqdas View Post :
Pretty good deal for a dual sim, international model. Looks like has all bands for AT&T and T-mobile.
Does this account for LTE advanced or carrier aggregation? Covering all LTE bands is one thing but LTE chips today provide 3x carrier aggregation.

Look into this thread which talks about G930A (AT&T version) v/s G930F (same as this one but with a single sim)
http://forums.androidcentral.com/...xy-s7.html

Using 3 LTE bands together, on G930A that person is getting 55/14mbps whereas G930F gives 24/4mbps.

24/4mbps is plenty for most of us. But just a FYI for folks. Know what you're buying...
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Samsung Pay works?
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Last edited by knightex July 13, 2016 at 02:00 PM
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Quote from rattlingabhi View Post :
Saw an S7 edge for $20 more. So will hold on for few more months for price drops in ebay
Using a s6 edge plus and the edge while interesting is pretty useless and because of design very susceptible to cracking.
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Quote from rattlingabhi View Post :
Saw an S7 edge for $20 more. So will hold on for few more months for price drops in ebay
Care to share the link?
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Hmm, I wonder what the chances of a good eBay bucks promo is
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Care to share the link?
It's no longer listed
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Buyer beware: I bought an S7 and an S7 edge from this seller a few weeks ago. While the phone appears to be new, it is worth noting that seals were broken on both boxes. Usually warranty and registration cards are included, according to unboxing videos I've seen.
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Last edited by nickismyname July 13, 2016 at 03:47 PM
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Quote from rct12345 View Post :
Does this account for LTE advanced or carrier aggregation? Covering all LTE bands is one thing but LTE chips today provide 3x carrier aggregation.

Look into this thread which talks about G930A (AT&T version) v/s G930F (same as this one but with a single sim)
http://forums.androidcentral.com/...xy-s7.html

Using 3 LTE bands together, on G930A that person is getting 55/14mbps whereas G930F gives 24/4mbps.

24/4mbps is plenty for most of us. But just a FYI for folks. Know what you're buying...
So looks like here are the things non-US carrier brand version of the phone may be missing.
  • Need to confirm if it support LTE Carrier Aggregation. Using LTE Advanced carrier aggregation, it is possible to utilize more than one carrier and in this way increase the overall transmission bandwidth.
  • You'll have to work directly with Samsung or a 3rd party warranty provider (e.g., the retailer) in the event you need to take advantage of the warranty - that could mean shipping, waiting, and dealing with a lot of unknowledgeable service reps. A carrier phone can just be taken to the carrier store, and often can be replaced on the spot if it's faulty.
  • You lose support for things like Wi-Fi calling, VoLTE (Voice of LTE), wideband (HD) voice, and some other carrier-specific features, potentially.
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Last edited by MozartA July 13, 2016 at 03:51 PM
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So looks like here are the things non-US carrier brand version of the phone may be missing.
  • Need to confirm if it support LTE Carrier Aggregation. Using LTE Advanced carrier aggregation, it is possible to utilize more than one carrier and in this way increase the overall transmission bandwidth.
  • You'll have to work directly with Samsung or a 3rd party warranty provider (e.g., the retailer) in the event you need to take advantage of the warranty - that could mean shipping, waiting, and dealing with a lot of unknowledgeable service reps. A carrier phone can just be taken to the carrier store, and often can be replaced on the spot if it's faulty.
  • You lose support for things like Wi-Fi calling, VoLTE (Voice of LTE), wideband (HD) voice, and some other carrier-specific features, potentially.
Yes, all true! This should probably be added in the wiki for all of these imported phone deals.
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I love a good deal like everyone here.

Yet, let's be serious about the warranties on Ebay, I have bought several items on Ebay with "Factory Warranty".

When I call in they simply refuse to honor the Factory Warranty!

So factor in no No Warranty on most anything bought on Ebay and the possibility of it being counterfeit. Then if you are comfortable with the deal, buy it.

I recently saw a really good deal and then saw an article on how to recognize the counterfeits and sure enough the one that were 1/2 price were fakes, based on the articles, this is based on the photos you could see.

Also a lot of the Samsungs that are the international versions have different specs then the US versions. I currently pay the extra for the Factory Warranty and the US specs.

You choose what is best for you.

I personally like the extras like Wi-Fi Calling and other US spec benefits.

Also I find that all of the Samsungs I buy have bought had power and headset jack issues, over time. I do love my Note 4, I like being able to change out the battery and SD cards.
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