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HTC Sensation XE

HTC Sensation XE

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.

YesNoIs the screen cracked?YesNoIs there a broken button?YesNoAre there other faults?Prices marked with Accurate Quote are based on the actual faults and are accurate. Up to prices are a guide only and will depend on the actual condition when assessed by a recycler.
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Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £1 cash and by recycling your mobile phone you're also doing your bit for the environment!

To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old HTC mobile phone.

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Sell your HTC Sensation XE

Released October 2011Operating System Android OS 2.3.4Display 4.3 inchesCamera 8MPProcessor Dual-core 1.5GHz ScorpionRAM 768MBBattery 1,730 mAh

Just when HTC lovers thought that their phones couldn't get any better, they released the HTC Sensation XE. A luxury edition of the Sensation for those HTC lovers who relied on their phone for their music fix, it included Beats by Dr. Dre, a special sound processor, and a Monster iBeats headset to boot. The processor jumped from 1.2 GHz to 1.5, and the battery was given a boost too, plus it still had its massive 4.3gHD touchscreen, 8MP stills and Full HD Video. So as you can see, this was definitely a much-desired smartphone. However, as we all know, even the mighty must fall, and today the HTC Sensation XE can't really command anything in the second-hand market. However, you can still sell your HTC Sensation XE to a phone recycler. While the price they offer is hardly going to set your heart alight, you will get the satisfaction that comes with knowing that you've recycled your old phone in an environmentally friendly manner.

Have a look at our phone recyclers' comparison chart and you'll see that there are several recycling companies who are willing to buy your phone. They'll even provide you with packaging so that you can send your phone to them, and they'll pay the postage costs too. All you have to do is decide on the deal that most appeals to you. A difficult decision we know, especially as they're all pretty much offering the same thing. You will see that some companies pay out sooner than others; they'll pay out the same day as they receive the phone, while the others can take up to five days. Furthermore, you can choose to receive your payment either via direct transfer to your bank, or by cheque. (Does anyone use cheques anymore?) When you've decided on the company for you, simply hit the 'sell now' button and set the process in motion. Then forget all about it, until the pre-paid packaging arrives, and it's time to parcel up your phone.

So, if you've got an old HTC Sensation XE lurking around in your home, why not take this chance to recycle it via one of our phone recycling companies? You'll get rid of a little bit of clutter and you'll do your bit for the environment too. And if you're thinking that you might as well just drop it in the rubbish as it's all too much hassle, don't forget that mobile phones contain all kinds of toxins that really shouldn't end up in landfill.