Hunting around for the best deal to sell your used Galaxy Note Edge could be a long and aggravating process involving searching multiple sites and jotting down details of the deals available. Fortunately, BankMyCell created a simple website that takes care of the search for you and delivers you a list of rigorously vetted buyers in an easy-to-understand format.
Simply review the price-comparison list above for reputable buyers offering to purchase your Galaxy Note Edge for more than cellphone carriers and in-store exchanges will pay you. Prices will vary, depending on the condition of your phone and its storage capacity.
At BankMyCell, we cultivate buyers and sellers for all popular cellular devices to match you up with the best options for selling your Galaxy Note Edge. We research and check out our buyers extensively to ensure they are reputable and provide free shipping and returns. If they can’t take your device for whatever reason, they’ll ship it back to you for free.
We update our comparison lists regularly. So, if you don’t see a deal you like, check back later for new offers and new buyers. But be aware that prices generally trend lower as new technology hits the market, so don’t wait too long to sell.
All is not lost if the screen of your Galaxy Note Edge is cracked. Many of our buyers will purchase and refurbish phones with cracked displays. Filter your search by selecting ‘cracked’ from our conditions tab. Cracked phones sell for less, but there are still great deals available.
We provide a tab on our conditions menu to help you get the best Galaxy Note trade-in value available, even if it isn’t working correctly. Faulty phones include ones that are missing buttons or have power issues or broken ports. Find the best place to sell a broken Galaxy Note edge today!
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Samsung released this Android phablet back in 2014, and its complementary peer is the Galaxy Note 4. However, the display curves around the edges and can be used as a sidebar of sorts in order to easily access shortcuts, notifications, or other info. The Super AMOLED display is 5.6 inches for a resolution ability that can reach 2560 x 1600.
There is a 2.7 GHz quad-core processor that comes with the international version that is available in most markets. Likewise, there is 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM and an internal storage of either 32 or 64 GB of flash memory.
The 16 MP rear camera is the better one, and it is able to record at resolutions of 4k and 1080p. However, the front camera is nothing to shun with its 3.7 MP capability that complements the one on the other side well. A microSDXC removable card can add an additional 128 GB of storage.