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Why buy a refurbished Galaxy S10 Plus
If you play a lot of video games on your phone, you’ll be very happy with a used Galaxy S10 Plus. If you need a phone that has impressive battery life, you’ll also be quite satisfied with a used Galaxy S10 Plus. If you need a phone that’s snappy, has a great screen, can quickly launch apps, has a great camera, then guess what, I think you know what I’m going to say. This is a flagship from Samsung, so obviously it’s going to be a great phone for every situation. This is the kind of phone that no matter who you are, it’s hard not to love.
It’s honestly crazy that at the time of writing this, this phone was released less than a year ago, at which point it cost $1000, but now it’s already selling refurbished for around $400 here on Back Market.
But can you trust a refurbished Galaxy S10 Plus? Is it really better than just buying a used Galaxy S10 Plus from just some random person? Yes, because every phone we sell is certified refurbished, which means it is plugged up to a diagnostic system and also checked by hand for any kind of internal or external wear & tear. You’ll see some products with external scratches or dings being sold as “Stallone” grade on our site, but this doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with the internals. No matter what the grade, you can be sure your refurbished S10 Plus will work great and provide you with plenty of usefulness for years to come :D
How nice is a used Galaxy S10 Plus?
Just as nice as a new one (that is, if you buy it from us, since all our used products are certified refurbished)! Let me tell you, this phone is truly spectacular. The curved display looks amazing, the cut-out camera hole in the corner looks super modern, and the metal/glass chassis of the device is a marvel to behold. Whether you get an S10 Plus new or refurbished, I guarantee it will be just as sexy :) Another note, this phone is very similar to the Galaxy Note10, except that phone doesn’t have a headphone jack (which I really miss). So if you have a nice set of wired headphones, you should definitely consider buying the used S10 Plus, as it’s likely the last Samsung flagship to have a headphone jack (I think I’m going to cry).