The first buyer you come across when you sell your Nokia 8 may not always be the best. You have to do your research and compare various trade-in buyers and stores. That takes time, and that’s where our cell phone trade-in comparison site proves helpful.
At BankMyCell, we save you valuable time by providing you a list of prospective trusted buyers for your phone. All you have to do is use the right filters to describe your phone, and you’ll score the best Nokia 8 trade-in value. Our buyers pay more than most carriers and in-store trade-ins.
The place you can get the best Nokia 8 trade-in price is the best place to sell your phone—and you’ll find that here. Our buyers pay the best rates, especially for brand new phones with a good storage capacity.
Their offers are sometimes hundreds of dollars more than other quotes. Besides, their price includes shipping costs. They even go through the hassle of removing your phone data if you forget to do so. This proves our buyers have both your interests and your privacy in mind.
Click on the ‘cracked’ tab if your phone has a cracked screen or dents on the body. Don’t bluff about your phone’s condition when you sell your old Nokia 8 online. Your buyer may return your phone and quote a new price if the phone is not in the condition they expect to find it.
You can also sell a broken Nokia 8 by clicking on our ‘faulty’ tab. It leads to a group of buyers who will pay a good price for faulty phones, including water damaged ones. They may not offer as much as they would for a working phone, but they will offer much better rates than others if you want to sell your Nokia 8.
Selling your electronics to BankMyCell is really simple! Select your devices carrier, storage size and condition to get an instant quote! Ship your items for FREE and get instantly paid from one of our buy-back stores they day they receive it.
So you’re looking to sell your old Nokia 8 smartphone? Do describe it visually to make sure you’re getting the right one, it was launched in October 2017 and came with a front glass and aluminum rear and side body - part of the 600 series and available in a variety of metallic colors.
The Nokia 8 took a single or dual SIM Nano, it had a 5.3 inch QHD display that was capable of rendering 16 million colors on a 1440 by 2560 pixel touchscreen.
The rear of the phone had its dual 13 megapixel cameras, sensor and flash placed just above the Nokia logo (placed vertically if the phone is standing). The front shooter was also a 13 megapixel camera, both front and rear cameras on the Nokia 8 you’re selling today had 2160p video recording.
This Nokia 8 you’re trading in for cash was also available with two different internal storage options that dictated the internal RAM size as well. The 64GB internal storage option of the Nokia 8 came with 4GB RAM and the 128GB option had a sizable 6GB RAM for 2017. If you have any issues selling or identifying your old Nokia 8, please let BankMyCell know by contacting us.
The Nokia 8 was released in October 2017, it came with a collection of impressive features that you’d expect from a flagship phone. The QHD display was impressive as was the camera and super-fast chipset for a 2017 phone, however, in a climate of awesome phones, this fell short of greatness for its price.