How much is my Motorola RAZR 5G worth?
As a cell phone trade-in and price comparison website, BankMyCell gives you the best prices for your new or used phone, so you can sit back, find the best buyer, and sell your Motorola RAZR 5G all in one day.
Where is the best place to sell a Motorola RAZR 5G?
Motorola RAZR 5G trade-in value varies depending on the buyer you choose and the condition of your phone. Brand new, still-in-box, and mint condition phones are worth more, but buyers will also take cracked, damaged, and faulty phones.
Typically, unlocked phones retain the most buyback and trade-in value, followed closely by Verizon and AT&T carried RAZR 5Gs. Shop different buyers and see direct price comparisons all on the same page; we compare prices for you, streamlining the process of finding the best deal – either for cash or other phones and items available for trade.
How to sell your broken Motorola RAZR 5G for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Motorola RAZR 5G with a broken screen
We make selling your Motorola RAZR 5G easy, even when its screen is beyond repair. Buyers still offer excellent prices despite a cracked screen, especially if the phone is still functional – filter by "cracked" to browse options for reselling your RAZR 5G. Buyers will take RAZR 5Gs with shattered screens as well as those with dents and cracks in the body.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Motorola RAZR 5G
When a device is damaged and not fully functional, buyers classify it as faulty or broken, and prices will vary based on the severity of the damage. A camera with one or two faults, such as a broken camera or damaged back panel, will not be down valued as much as a phone that is smashed, has a broken screen, sustained severe water damage, or will not turn on without serious repairs. Find the best place to sell your Motorola RAZR 5G regardless of the damage.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports