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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G

Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G

Capacity

128gb256gb512gb
Network
Unlocked
Condition
Good

What counts as good?

To receive the full quoted price your device must power on, show only minor signs of use, and have both fully functional hardware and software. Check the recycler's terms for full details.

How Do I Sell My Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G?

Looking to sell your Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G? Then you've come to the right place! Our comparison website is the easiest way to shop around for prices to sell your S20 Ultra.

Simply compare the listed recyclers and their offers, pick the best deal and proceed onto the order form which will ask you for a few details to submit your order. You can choose either to receive a freepost package or use your own packaging to send your phone in. When the recycler gets your phone, they will assess its condition, so you can be paid for your Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

Why Should I Recycle My Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G?

Unresponsibly discarding mobile phones is detrimental to the environment and creates extremely hazardous e-waste. It's important to keep your phone away from landfill and prolong its life cycle. Recycling or selling it on is the best way to recover some financial value and make sure it will be reused by someone else as a refurbished phone.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Price History

The condition of S20 Ultra 5G will directly affect how much value it retained. Your phone's value will depreciate over time, so if you are ready to sell it now, we would recommend that you do so as soon as possible rather than leave it to depreciate even further at the back of a drawer. Samsung devices do not hold their value as well as Apple smartphones and typically lose up to 10% on a monthly basis. The best time to sell a Galaxy phone is around the time of new Samsung releases and in the run-up to Christmas.

Can I Sell My Broken Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G?

Your smartphone will be graded as 'Broken' if it has heavy cosmetic damage such as cracks or dents, hardware issues or malfuntioning parts. Regardless of the level of damage, there will be recyclers offering a price for it. If your device has water damage specifically and is beyond repair, then you should ensure that you see what your recycler’s policies are on this as they may not be able to offer money for phones in such condition.