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Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE N7105

Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE N7105
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Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE N7105

Released October 2012Operating System Android 4.1Display 5.5 inchesCamera 8MPProcessor Quad-core 1.6 GHzRAM 2GBBattery 3,100 mAh

The Samsung Galaxy Note II falls into that territory somewhere between phone and tablet, making it larger than your average phone, but smaller than your average tablet, and the Note series of devices proved to be hugely popular with Samsung Galaxy's legion of fans. Released in 2012, this version offered a much improved stylus, plus it boasted a large 5.5 inch screen incorporated into a good looking device with plenty of features. For this reason, it's still popular today with people who are looking for a second-hand phablet.

The Note II combined everything that was good from the original Note and the Galaxy S3; a perfect combination of productivity and performance. There was a new faster chip, a 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage included; plus the device offered a microSD card slot meaning that you could expand the amount of storage as needed. The massive 5.5 inch screen supported 1280x720 resolution and used Gorilla Glass 2 to ensure that it could stand up to everyday use. What's more, the new and improved stylus was a nifty little tool that allowed you to write and draw and turn your phablet into a notepad, while also using it to swipe between screens. You could even turn your handwriting into text - a very useful tool for doctors!

As you can see, the Galaxy Note II, while a few years old now, still offers a lot of bang for your buck, and so is still in demand as a second-hand phablet, and that's why our phone recycling companies are prepared to offer you a decent price if you want to sell your Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE N7105. Check out our comparison table to see which of our recycling companies are happy to pay for your old Note II, and check out the prices they're prepared to pay. You'll see that the majority of recyclers will pay out the same day as they receive your device, plus you'll get a choice of payment options too, ranging from payment directly into your bank or Paypal account to payment by cheque or Amazon gift vouchers.

So why hang onto your old phablet if you're not getting the best use out of it? Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE N7105 to one of the phone recycling companies listed in our comparison chart today. You'll be pounds better off and someone will get the benefit of a great little phablet!