Whether it's brand new, still in the box, or a bit worn out, selling your Nokia 7 Plus can put a nice bit of extra cash in your hands. Shopping around for the best Nokia 7 Plus trade-in value might be time well-spent, but if you don’t have the time, BankMyCell can help.
As an impartial price-comparison website, we can present you with deals and offers from trusted online buyers. With higher offers than ATM kiosks or in-store trade-ins – and free shipping – it’s easy and hassle-free to sell your old Nokia 7 Plus for the best price possible.
Buyback offers can fluctuate based on the model, age, condition, and the network tied to your phone. And if you want to get the best Nokia 7 Plus trade-in price, it’s typically best to sell online. With more buyer choices and, on average, higher buyback offers than in stores or kiosks, you might earn yourself significant extra cash by going virtual.
BankMyCell gathers multiple deals and offers from trusted buyers and puts them all in one handy spot for you to view. Use the filters at the top of the page to get the most accurate listings for your device.
A broken screen doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a phone’s life. That said, you might want to upgrade to something a bit less “lived-in.” Selling your phone often is more cost-effective than fixing it, so use the “cracked” tab on BankMyCell to connect with interested buyers.
People often question whether you can sell a broken Nokia 7 Plus. Issues with its hardware, water damage, disabled USB ports, and problems with charging all come under a “faulty” phone classification. The good news? There are plenty of buyers out there willing to pay you to take your phone off your hands. Select “faulty” on the filter tab to see your potential offers.
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The Nokia 7 Plus you’re selling was released March 2018 and settled into the market well as a mid-range phone. To identify the phone visually, you’ll see that it has an aluminum body with a coating that has a ceramic feel.
The front is Gorilla Glass 3 and has a 6.0 inch touchscreen with a 1080x2160 pixel display, the edges are surrounded with copper edges, contrasting with the black rear of the device. The top right of the phone has a impressive 16 megapixel selfie camera next to the Nokia logo with the call speaker at top center.
The rear of the Nokia 7 Plus you’re trading in has the dual 12 and 13 mega pixel cameras raised out slightly in the top center of the phone, the sensor is to the side. Beneath the cameras is a fingerprint scanner and the Nokia logo all vertically aligned.
You’ll find the volume and power buttons on the right side of the phone. The left hand side of the device has the Nano SIM card and Micro SD trays – when you sell your Nokia 7 Plus, be sure to factory rest the phone and remove the SIM and Memory card. If you’re not using the memory card then you’ve probably just made good use of the 64GB internal storage, when you go to trade-in the Nokia 7 Plus, there won’t be any storage size options to filter prices as this was the only size offered.
The Nokia 7 Plus is a mid-range smartphone that doesn’t have the best of everything, but is priced well and boasts an impressive AMOLED touchscreen. Due to the price being 50% less than the flagships out at that time, you can’t argue that it has enough to pack a punch and satisfy any Android user.