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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the third model from the Galaxy Note series and it was released in 2013. As the follow-up model to the Galaxy Note 2 with a more upmarket design, Samsung expanded the stylus and multitasking functionality of its software and included a navigation wheel for stylus-enabled apps, pop-up apps and multi-window functionality. To sell your Galaxy Note 3, have a look at the recycling companies on our website. You can submit your information to us directly or via the recycling company themselves.
The recycling company will send you a package for you to send your device back to them. Another option is to send your phone directly to the recycler yourself in your own packaging which speeds up the process of getting paid by them. When the recycler gets your phone, they will carry out an assessment to make sure that it fits the requirements of the category of device that it has been placed in. Then you will receive payment.
It is unlikely that Samsung is a green organisation, since they do not publish their greenhouse gas emissions statistics in the same way that some other smartphone manufacturers do. We do know however that a large amount of CO2 emissions is released when devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are made. Because a colossal amount of landfill waste is produced every year, it is essential for us to try to keep smartphones in circulation for as long as possible. When you put your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 back on the market, it will be refurbished so that it is good enough to be used as a fully functioning second-hand device. Even if your device is damaged, this does not mean that you will not be able to receive any money for it. What will happen is that your phone will be sent to a recycling facility where the profitable components of it will be extracted and resold on the domestic market.
As time goes on, all phones decrease in value. New phones come in every year, which drives the prices of older models down. This happens at around the same points annually, namely during the Christmas period and when a new Samsung phone comes out.
Your phone could be completely damaged, but this should not stop you from selling it. If your phone has some small signs of wear and tear, you ought to still be able to receive a good price for it. Also, if your device has a problem like water damage, make sure to have a look at your recycling company’s T&Cs to see what their policies are regarding this.