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The OnePlus Nord came out in summer 2020, and it was one of the most state-of-the-art budget devices of the year. It has more or less all the features you would want in a modern smartphone, except for one or two high-end features that you would only see on the most premium devices. If you are ready to trade in the OnePlus Nord, choose from the recyclers on Compare and Recycle and give them your details.
We have several recyclers that you can sell your OnePlus Nord to on our site. When you give them your details, you have different ways to send your OnePlus Nord. You can package and send your device yourself, or you can use a freepost package which you can get from the recycling company. Once the recycling company gets your phone, the recycler will make sure that it has been listed in the correct category, and once all this has been carried out, you will receive payment. Your options for these are PayPal, bank transfer and cheque.
When it comes to selling mobile phones to get a good price, the key is to do it sooner rather than later. You can also sell your OnePlus Nord around Christmas time as this is when the demand will go up, or just before the release of a new OnePlus model, if you can time it right. These tend to happen bi-annually.
The value of every smartphone depreciates as time goes on, and the OnePlus Nord is no exception. This tends to occur in a similar way annually, with the oldest of smartphones depreciating at the fastest rate. This is why we would recommend that you sell your OnePlus Nord sooner rather than later if you want an upgrade.
Your OnePlus Nord may have some significant signs of wear and tear, but even if this is the case, your device will still have some value. Your device will be in the broken category if it has problems like your phone not turning on, large dents and buttons not working. If your OnePlus Nord has been subjected to water damage, make sure that you read your recycler’s T&Cs to find out what their rules are for this