Anonymous, 28 Nov 2020Go get a Nokia or Motorola if you don't want the "far-east crap"and apple
The business had a tough year, last chance Black Friday & Christmas to grab your money, putting on some fake sales is understandable I suppose. Not expecting any big deal this year
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2020So where is it that have the best deals?Well ask them not me.
Note7 owner, 27 Nov 2020Never pay full price any Samsung products. They all go sale shortly with substantial discounts. And to save even more money,don't buy any flagship phone,it's rediculous with the bloat ware they shove on your phone, Facebook and all the sh!te,it's ok de-acticivated it but it shouldn't be there in the first place,let ppl decide what they want on there phone,just my opinion like 😱
GSMArena has apparently forgotten about Sony Xperia deals.
Sony Xperia 1 II
1.099,00£ - 799,00£
1.199,00€ - 899,00€
Sony Xperia 5 II
799,00£ - 599,00£
You may mention country name on the headline if your country list is very small.
Note7 owner, 27 Nov 2020Never pay full price any Samsung products. They all go sale shortly with substantial discounts. this applies to Android in general
I believe the whole concept of Black Friday hasn't got established in Europe. That applies to Cyber Monday, too (and Prime Day has some charm to subscribers only). I cannot comment on US (BF price lists are not among my personal obsessions 😂), but from what I've seen in the past 3-4 years, Black Friday is mostly empty promises and hype (and lots of Far-Eastern crap on Amazon). That said, I'm more than happy for the Roku Streaming Stick+ I snatched for £34 days ago, but I suspect some newer device might be coming soon. Otherwise, I've seen lots of deals (some outright dubious) on 1-2 year old models of tech. 2020 "discounted" Samsung TVs are more expensive on Amazon Germany than "regular price" in PL or CZ. Maybe I visit wrong stores, maybe these discount bonanzas are just an US thing after all 😁 Be it that or the other one, I don't think it's the biggest headache of today's world... 😉
Anonymous, 27 Nov 2020Comparing to the US price, Samsung's S-series has been ripping off the EU with no discoun... moreYou do know that the US prices are without sales tax right? also they usually have only one year of warranty.