Mobile phone

In search of a new mobile phone? We are happy to help you pick the device that’s right for you from our range of over 500 phones.

When it comes to mobiles, it’s not just looks that count but also what’s
on the inside. Besides the design, smartphones can be distinguished by at least 18 product properties. This is where we can provide you with an excellent overview: By using the filters provided on this page, you can sort the wide range by properties. Simply select the criteria that are important to you by clicking on them in the navigation bar on the left. After a few simple steps, you will get an overview of all devices that meet your requirements. The displayed devices can then be sorted by price, release date or (positive) ratings. Once you’ve defined your personal must-have properties, it’s easy to narrow down the selection.

Please make the following considerations beforehand:

Android, iOS, Windows or BlackBerry – what should it be? It’s a fundamental question. A mobile phone's operation system does not only influence ease of use but also which apps are pre-installed on the device and which need to be additionally downloaded. The majority of smartphones out there use Android – the operation system developed by Google. Apple and BlackBerry rely on their own developments, namely iOS and BlackBerry OS. And then there’s the continually growing range of Microsoft smartphones. The latter use Windows Phone. The web is full of great tips to help you find out which operation system best suits your needs. E.g. http://visual.ly/comparison-mobile-os-android-ios-windows-and-blackberry.

What type of mobile phone user are you? Occasional or heavy? Your answer is decisive when it comes to processor power, memory or battery life as well as supported mobile radio standard. Processor performance is responsible for the time it takes for your favourite app to download and open – a particularly important aspect when it comes to games. The mobile radio standards supported by the phone affect how fast you can surf the web (filter “mobile phone standard”). The more frequently you use your mobile, the more energy or mAh you need (filter “capacity”). If you want to hang on to your mobile for as long as possible, it’s worth getting a model with a replaceable battery (filter “Battery properties”) as they usually start showing signs of weakness after a few months.

Love all things multimedial? If you’re constantly taking photos and have an extensive music library, you should look out for generous storage (filter “storage capacity”). Optional (internal) memory expansion (filter “Expandable memory”) is always an advantage. If you’re a photo enthusiast, you can filter our mobile range by camera properties (filter “camera” and “front/camera resolution”). If you’re into sports and not deterred by rain, then shock or water-resistance (filter “Protection type/IP code”) may be a decisive criteria in your search.

So ultimately, an attractive smartphone is one that gives you all your personal must-haves at an attractive price. We hope you have fun browsing our range and hope that you will find the device of your dreams.
 


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Galaxy S20 5G (128GB, Cloud Pink, 6.20", Hybrid Dual SIM + eSIM, 64Mpx, 5G)
–7%
783.–was 839.–
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (128GB, Cloud Pink, 6.20", Hybrid Dual SIM + eSIM, 64Mpx, 5G)
Galaxy Note 10+ (256GB, Aura Black, 6.80", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
849.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ (256GB, Aura Black, 6.80", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy S20 5G (128GB, Cloud Blue, 6.20", Hybrid Dual SIM + eSIM, 64Mpx, 5G)
858.–
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (128GB, Cloud Blue, 6.20", Hybrid Dual SIM + eSIM, 64Mpx, 5G)
Galaxy S10+ (128GB, Silver, 6.40", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
1029.–
Samsung Galaxy S10+ (128GB, Silver, 6.40", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy S10 (128GB, Prism Black, 6.10", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
549.–
Samsung Galaxy S10 (128GB, Prism Black, 6.10", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy S20 5G (128GB, Cloud White, 6.20", Hybrid Dual SIM + eSIM, 64Mpx, 5G)
879.–
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (128GB, Cloud White, 6.20", Hybrid Dual SIM + eSIM, 64Mpx, 5G)
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (256GB, Mystic Black, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
1299.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (256GB, Mystic Black, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
Galaxy Note 10+ (256GB, Aura Glow, 6.80", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Showroom
699.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ (256GB, Aura Glow, 6.80", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy Note 10 (256GB, Aura Black, 6.30", Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
749.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (256GB, Aura Black, 6.30", Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (512GB, Mystic Black, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
1499.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (512GB, Mystic Black, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
Galaxy Note 10  Lite (128GB, Aura Red, 6.70", Dual SIM, 12Mpx, 4G)
–30%
449.–was 643.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite (128GB, Aura Red, 6.70", Dual SIM, 12Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy XCover 4s (32GB, Black, 5", Dual SIM + SD, 16Mpx, 4G)
Showroom
226.–
Samsung Galaxy XCover 4s (32GB, Black, 5", Dual SIM + SD, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (256GB, Mystic Bronze, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
1299.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (256GB, Mystic Bronze, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
Galaxy S10+ (128GB, Cardinal Red, 6.40", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
806.–
Samsung Galaxy S10+ (128GB, Cardinal Red, 6.40", Hybrid Dual SIM, 16Mpx, 4G)
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (256GB, Mystic White, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)
1299.–
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Snapdragon (256GB, Mystic White, 6.90", Hybrid Dual SIM, 108Mpx, 5G)