Sell your HTC Desire 610
Launched in May 2014, the HTC Desire 610 replaced the Desire 601, and came in a chunky two-tone plastic design, in a choice of red, white or dark blue. One of HTC's budget range, it was a pretty solid phone, particularly in terms of size, which unfortunately proved to be one of its downfalls, as the extra size meant that it was fairly heavy to carry around. However, despite this, the phone achieved reasonable sales as you would expect from an HTC phone and, with an 8MP camera, proved to be fairly popular.
If you're one of the people who bought this particular model of phone back in 2014, we guess that you're looking to sell it. And with that in mind, we've got a way that can help you to sell your HTC Desire 610 without going to all the hassle of listing it on an auction site, but simply by pressing one little icon. Our comparison charts list all the phone recyclers who are currently offering to buy your old handset, plus it shows exactly how much they're prepared to pay, how quickly they will pay out and whether they buy damaged or non-working phones too.
Take a look for yourself. Although you'll see that your phone doesn't actually command much in the second-hand phone market, it is possible to sell your HTC Desire 610 to a phone recycler and make a little bit of money. What's more, it won't cost you a penny to send your phone to them as they provide all the necessary packaging free of charge and they'll even pay the postage for you. As you're probably aware, you can't just throw your old phone into your rubbish bin, as phones, batteries and smart devices contain all kinds of toxins and pollutants that are best kept out of landfill, so it's important that you choose to recycle your phone wisely in a responsible manner.
In our opinion, recycling your HTC Desire 610 smartphone via a phone recycler is the smart option. You can see for yourself that it's very easy to do, and that you'll be doing the environment a favour. So if you've got an old Desire 610 hiding away at the back of a cupboard, or if you're thinking of investing in a new smartphone and you don't know what to do with your old handset, why not send it to one of our phone recycling companies? You'll be doing yourself and the environment a favour!