Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £45.45 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 Samsung mobile phone.
Since the launch of Samsung's flagship Galaxy Note phablets, users have been clamouring to get their hands on these useful devices, which are a cross between a phone and a tablet; particularly as Samsung introduced their S Pen stylus to make the whole experience more enjoyable. Since their arrival into the smart device market, all models of Galaxy Note have been very much in demand, especially in the second-hand phablet market, and the Note 4 is no exception. In fact, the demand is so high that, even today, it carries a high second-hand value.
It's easy to see why the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was, and remains, so popular. First of all, the metal frame and curved glass over the screen combined with a sophisticated faux leather back, made this phablet one of the most attractive pieces of hardware around. Not only did it have impeccable build quality, but it offered the trademark Samsung QHD AMOLED screen, and the best S Pen stylus to date. With a massive 3,320 mAh battery, as you would expect, you get great play, talk and standby times, plus the quality of the audio is excellent, whether you're listening to music or watching videos. A 16MP rear camera makes it easy to take high quality pics, while its 4K videos really are the best in the business. So, as you can see, the Galaxy Note 4 has a range of impressive features that make the phablet highly desirable today.
With such a reputation, all models of Galaxy Note phablets are always welcomed by phone recyclers. Take a look at our comparison table now and you'll see just how much they're prepared to pay for your old Samsung Galaxy Note 4, as long as it's in good condition. However, don't despair if your phablet is showing signs of wear and tear, they're also prepared to accept damaged and non-working devices too. Selling to a phone recycling company is one of the easiest ways to recycle your old phablet. You'll not only be getting a great price, but you'll be making sure that your device goes to a good home.