How much is my Google Pixel 4 worth?
If you want to upgrade your phone once a year or if you haven’t had a new phone in a while, it may be time to sell. That begs the question: what is your Google Pixel 4 trade-in price?
The value of your phone changes based on condition, storage capacity, and whether or not you have it locked to a service carrier. Unlocked phones or phones on AT&T or Verizon are worth the most. Also, if your phone is in mint condition, you can expect high quotes from buyers. We are a price comparison site for mobile devices. Use our price table to find out what your phone is worth.
Where is the best place to sell a Google Pixel 4?
If you want to sell your phone, you can go to an in-store trade-in or buyback ATM kiosk in a mall near you. If you want the best Google Pixel 4 trade-in value, however, you should use BankMyCell to sell your phone.
Our buyback stores offer the highest prices for phones like yours. Check the boxes in our price table that apply to your phone. We will then list all the quotes from our buyers so you can choose the best one. When you sell with us, you also get FREE shipping and FREE returns. The buyer will also do a deep reset of your phone to remove all your personal data.
How to sell your broken Google Pixel 4 for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Google Pixel 4 with a broken screen
With BankMyCell, selling your old Google Pixel 4 with a cracked screen is easier than with any other buyer. Filter the price table with the ‘Cracked’ option to find offers from buyers who will pay for shattered screens. This option is valid for phones that have cracked or dented bodies as well.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Google Pixel 4
You can also sell a broken Google Pixel 4 to one of our buyers. Click on ‘Faulty’ to find willing buyers and their offers for your water-damaged phone. These buyers are ready to buy phones that have broken components and software options as well. The quotes for broken phones are relatively low, but they are the highest in comparison with those of other buyers.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports