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Sell your Samsung Galaxy S5
Most of us love to change our phones for the latest model every couple of years. Despite the fact that there may be nothing at all wrong with our old one, except that it's been superseded, it ends up relegated to a drawer or cupboard, never to see the light of day again. If this has happened to you, then even though your old phone may be in perfectly good working order, it will be losing value. So if it's just sitting in your drawer, why not bring it out into the light of day and let someone else have the benefit of it? It's time to give your old smartphone a new purpose and sell your Samsung Galaxy S5 now.
As one of Samsung's most recent flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S5 is absolutely packed with features. There's a faster chipset than its predecessor, a bigger screen, a couple of new exciting sensors including a heart rate monitor and fingerprint scanner, all topped off with a new and greatly improved camera. They also treated the S5 to a bit of a design makeover too, with a brand new, and more stylish, finish. Add in 4K recording and a bigger battery and you can see why the Galaxy S5 is loved by Samsung aficionados, and why it is still an extremely desirable smartphone today. In fact the prices offered by our trusted phone recyclers show just how in demand this phone actually is.
We make selling your Samsung Galaxy S5 as easy as possible. Simply take a look at the prices offered in the table above and choose the deal that appeals to you. Once you're in contact with the phone recycler, they'll give you all the information you need to make selling your old smartphone a breeze. Many of our listed recyclers will pay the day that they receive your phone, and so the cash for your old smartphone could be winging its way to your account in a matter of days. Don't forget; the longer you leave your phone sitting in a drawer, the less it will be worth, so don't delay, take the first steps to selling your Samsung Galaxy S5 to a phone recycler today.