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  Reply # 1968606 5-Mar-2018 23:27
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Yeah that started with the note8.

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  Reply # 1968607 5-Mar-2018 23:28
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bradstewart:
restecp: Yup :) a + actually

Preorder arrived already? Or you have high level contacts?

 

 

 

No comment :)


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  Reply # 1968990 6-Mar-2018 15:28
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Went threw jibi hifi wanted my 150 voucher for other toys haha... Carrier's phone thou hello spark logo wtf you doing on my new phone haha




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  Reply # 1970122 6-Mar-2018 19:27
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GV27:

 


I think warranty is international and provided by Samsung so shouldn't matter?

 

 

 

Darn it, why did I assume it would be international :facepalm:

 

 

 

So best place to buy in NZ? I'm with Spark but would rather not have the crappy boot animation. I see PBTech have some sweet packages - are they the 2degrees model?





 

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  Reply # 1970199 6-Mar-2018 21:39
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I think warranty is international and provided by Samsung so shouldn't matter?


 


Darn it, why did I assume it would be international :facepalm:


 


So best place to buy in NZ? I'm with Spark but would rather not have the crappy boot animation. I see PBTech have some sweet packages - are they the 2degrees model?



I am. Pretty sure they come from 2 degrees cause it has there app on it when start up. which u can delete I know this from buying from s8+ from pbtec last year




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  Reply # 1971211 8-Mar-2018 13:34
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Probably gonna go with JB cos then I can use the voucher for things like screen protector / case


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  Reply # 1972571 10-Mar-2018 23:22
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I just placed an order with 2degrees but i didnt get any confirmation email? it said order completed on the website though. Did you guys get an email as well?


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  Reply # 1972744 11-Mar-2018 16:55
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mahdibassam:

 

I just placed an order with 2degrees but i didnt get any confirmation email? it said order completed on the website though. Did you guys get an email as well?

 

 

 

 

Yeah same for me, I think that is just their order process, pretty poor that they cant even send out an email though.


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  Reply # 1972747 11-Mar-2018 17:39
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Guy in Samsung store here in Sydney told me the Samsung S9+ Supports 5G

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  Reply # 1972763 11-Mar-2018 18:30
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Linux: Guy in Samsung store here in Sydney told me the Samsung S9+ Supports 5G

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https://www.techwalls.com/samsung-galaxy-s9-sm-g960-g965-model-number-differences/

 

It appears that once again we're seeing the definition of technologies being butchered by sales folk and carriers. There was a rumour that Samsung had shown off a 5G prototype at the WMC but that is all I can find regarding Samsung and their movement into the world of 5G handsets.





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  Reply # 1972764 11-Mar-2018 18:30
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Linux: Guy in Samsung store here in Sydney told me the Samsung S9+ Supports 5G

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Come again? Where did this guy get this info?

If so, it would mean a software update to unleash the hardware.

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  Reply # 1972766 11-Mar-2018 18:33
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Linux: Guy in Samsung store here in Sydney told me the Samsung S9+ Supports 5G

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Come again? Where did this guy get this info?

If so, it would mean a software update to unleash the hardware.


Told him cat18 is not 5G

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  Reply # 1972815 11-Mar-2018 19:57
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why is 2Degrees shipping the S9 preorders tomorrow and every other retailer is doing it on Friday 16th?!


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  Reply # 1972823 11-Mar-2018 20:30
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mahdibassam:

why is 2Degrees shipping the S9 preorders tomorrow and every other retailer is doing it on Friday 16th?!



Spark are shipping preorders tomorrow as well. I assume retailrs like JB don't get stock till release so ship then.

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  Reply # 1972832 11-Mar-2018 20:41
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bradstewart:
mahdibassam:

 

why is 2Degrees shipping the S9 preorders tomorrow and every other retailer is doing it on Friday 16th?!

 



Spark are shipping preorders tomorrow as well. I assume retailrs like JB don't get stock till release so ship then.

 

 

 

It just seems odd since release date is 16th, but they shipping on 12th! but hey im not complaining i want mine asap haha. I might try to pick up from courier tomorrow when  its shipped. 


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