I ordered a Samsung Mobile (7 Edge) on the 7th May 2020 and received it yesterday (23rd May 2020).
When paying trying to use Paypal that method is instantly rejected for no apparent reason so you only can pay by your credit or debit card.
The phone was well packaged and came with the USB charger lead (not the plug section) and the pin for inserting the SIM card and SD card.
The first job was to see if the phone was a genuine Samsung 7 Edge or one of many fakes which have flooded the market.
This is done simply by dialling * # 0 * # (no spaces), a test screen will appear, choose "sensor" and under sensor choose "image test" and a chihuahua dog image will appear in the real Samsung device, fake phone won't have this image.
I then went to settings and to "about phone" to check out it's origin.
The phone I received was NOT a European version, it was imported from the United Arab Emirates (see Screen Print Below).
The mobile has been reflashed and restored to original factory settings.
I haven't found anything different in the specs to the European version and it seems to be working fine up to now.
The mobile itself is in A1 condition with no visible scratch or scuff marks on it and the camera is fine.
As with most mobile phones by default the camera settings are not on the highest definition they need resetting as does the default screen display itself.
I recharged the battery overnight to 100% and it seems to be holding the charge well.
If you can stand the 2 week wait for delivery you are likely to receive a mobile in good condition however be warned that Paypal is not an option even though it is advertised on their website, and the mobile will not necessarily originate from Europe.