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HTC Desire S

HTC Desire S

The price of a faulty device can vary depending on what faults it has. By default we show a guide price but if you choose from the options below we can give you a more accurate quote from some recyclers.

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Sell your HTC Desire S

Released March 2011Operating System Android 2.3Display 3.75 inchesCamera 5MPProcessor 1GHz ScorpianRAM 768MBBattery 1,450 mAh

One of the first companies to produce desirable Android phones, HTC didn't let the side down when they brought the Desire to the market, and with the upgrade to the HTC Desire S, users really felt as though they were getting something special. Not only did it have powerful hardware, a large high-resolution screen and the latest version of Android all contained in that good looking and solid metal body, but it offered more RAM, and a slightly more compact and lighter handset. Its front-facing camera made it a popular choice for lovers of video chat and selfies, while those who loved to install a whole range of apps on their phone will have appreciated the extended built-in memory.

However, if you were one of those people who bought the HTC Desire S, no doubt you've now moved on and bought yourself a new HTC model, or even some other brand of smartphone. But what did you do with your old Desire S? If it's hidden away in the depths of your 'junk drawer' - yes we all have them - well it's time you cleared it out and did something with your old phone. Selling your phone to a phone recycling company is probably one of the best ways to dispose of your old smartphone, whether it's worth quite a lot of money, or it's past its sell by date. Unfortunately, this particular model of HTC smartphone is no longer in demand as a second-hand phone. However, that doesn't mean that all is lost. Many of our phone recyclers are still willing to take this phone off your hands, and give you a bit of cash into the bargain, plus using a phone recycling company to recycle your old phone, is one of the best ways to dispose of old smartphones, and do your bit for the environment.

Take a look at our comparison table now and see exactly what our recycling companies are prepared to offer you. You'll find that they all include free postage and free packaging as part of the deal. Most will also pay you the day they receive your phone, either direct into your bank or Paypal account, by cheque or even in Argos or M&S vouchers. What could be fairer than that? So sell your HTC Desire S to a phone recycler today. You won't regret it.