By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our environment.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is the sibling of the Galaxy Note 4. It is characterised by its curved display which can be used as a sidebar. Selling your Galaxy Note Edge is easy using our website. Simply have a look at the recycling companies on our site which will give you money for your device. You can give your details to us or send them to the recycling company directly.
The recycling company will send you a package for you to send your device to them. Another option is to give your phone to your recycler in your own packaging which will make the process quicker. When the recycler gets your phone, they will carry out an assessment of it to ensure that it fits the requirements. Following these steps, you will get paid for your phone.
As far as we know, Samsung is not a green company. Unlike other smartphone manufacturers, Samsung do not seem to have a firm stance regarding sustainability. The process for creating smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge often produces a high amount of greenhouse gas. Because of this, it is essential to keep your smartphone in circulation if you can. If you do not keep it in circulation, then there is a risk that it will eventually get thrown away in landfill. We want to avoid this for as long as possible, because of the dangers of e-waste sites around the world. When you resell your phone, it will get refurbished to make it suitable to be used as a second-hand device for another consumer. Your device could have some light damage; however, you can still sell it and get a decent price for it.
All mobile phones depreciate as time passes. It is therefore generally better to sell your phone sooner rather than later. However, there are certain points annually which are better times to sell your phone than others. These include around the time when a new Samsung model comes out and during the build-up to Christmas.
Your phone could be damaged, however there are still different ways for you to sell your device. If it just has some light wear and tear, then this is easily fixable. On the other hand, something like water damage could cause more of an issue. Have a look at your recycling company’s T&Cs to see what their policies are on this.