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Samsung Galaxy Mini

Samsung Galaxy Mini

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 Samsung mobile phone.

Sell your Samsung Galaxy Mini

Released February 2011Operating System Android 2.2Display 3.14 inchesCamera 3MPProcessor 1 GHz Cortex-A8RAM 384MBBattery 1,200 mAh

Did you dip your toe into the smartphone market by buying a Samsung Galaxy Mini? If so, you probably found that it did 'just what it says on the tin', in that it was a budget entry level smartphone with complete connectivity, social networking, internet, Android apps and music. For a newbie to the market it was a good option, especially if you didn't want to spend a shed-load of money on a new device. However, if you were one of the people who bought this dinky little phone back in 2011, we're willing to bet that you've replaced it with something bigger, more powerful and well, more street cred. But if you did do that, what happened to your poor little Mini? Is it tucked away in a drawer somewhere gathering dust?

If you've got a Samsung Galaxy Mini to sell, first of all, let's get real. It didn't cost much then and so it's unlikely to be in demand right now. However, we can show you a great way to recycle your old Galaxy Mini and earn yourself a couple of quid into the bargain. After all, you can't simply drop your phone into the household rubbish. Don't you know how many pollutants and contaminants smartphones contain? The best and most responsible way to get rid of our your old Samsung Galaxy Mini is to send it to a phone recycler, and we're going to show you how to do it.

Simply take a look at the comparison chart for selling your Samsung Galaxy Mini and you'll see that there's 3 or 4 phone recycling companies who are willing to buy your old smartphone. Of course, they're not offering much money, but when you consider that they'll send you postage paid packaging so that you can send it to them free of charge, plus they'll pay out between one and seven days after receiving your parcel (although we can't imagine that you'll be too desperate for a couple of quid). But just think, you'll be doing the best thing for the environment by recycling your old smartphone and you'll be getting a little monetary reward into the bargain, and that can't be bad, can it?