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Insane eBay deal for an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10+ variant will save you big bucks

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Insane eBay deal for an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10+ variant will save you big bucks
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is Samsung's top-of-the-line 4G LTE handset, at least until the Galaxy Note 10 is released. With the U.S. carrier-locked version of the device priced at $999.99, an eBay seller (via Android Police) has a version of the phone available for much less. The unlocked non-U.S. variant of the Galaxy S10+ is being offered for $679.99. With a PayPal credit card, buyers can make 24 monthly payments of $28.33. Shipping is free. Buying the Galaxy S10+ at the sale price will save you 31%.

Be advised that this model only works with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Verizon and Sprint customers are out of luck. Also out of luck are those who want to use Samsung Pay in the U.S. with this phone, which is model number SM-G975F/DS. We must tell you that there is no U.S. warranty, and the device is available in white, black, and green. While basically the same phone as the model sold in the states, it is powered by the Exynos 9820 chipset as opposed to the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform found in the U.S. model.

Everything that is supposed to be in the box along with the Galaxy S10+ will be in the box, although it does come with an international charger. The seller says that a free U.S. adapter will be added to the order if needed. For those who like to know before they order on eBay, the seller has a 98.8% positive feedback rating.  So far, 873 units have been purchased.

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