How much is my Samsung Galaxy S10 5G worth?
Your phone’s worth is the one thing that determines whether you should sell it or not. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G trade-in price varies across buyers, and many things will determine their offers. These factors include your phone’s condition, storage capabilities, and service carrier.
If your phone is in mint condition and unlocked, and if it has a storage capacity of, say, 256 GB, you can expect the highest offers from buyers. We are a price comparison site for phones that can help you find the best Samsung Galaxy S10 5G trade-in value. Enter your phone’s information above to sell your phone at the best price.
Where is the best place to sell a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G?
Chances are there is a trade-in store around the corner from you that is willing to buy your old phone. There are also online buyers and carrier programs that you can approach to sell your phone.
If you want the highest possible price for your Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, however, look no further than BankMyCell. Our trusted buyers offer higher rates than anybody else. We also show you all the best deals so you can compare them yourself. In addition to excellent deals, our sellers also provide you with convenience. When you sell your phone, you have access to FREE shipping and personal data removal from your phone.
How to sell your broken Samsung Galaxy S10 5G for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Samsung Galaxy S10 5G with a broken screen
BankMyCell makes it easy to sell your old Samsung Galaxy S10 5G online – even if its screen or body has cracks or dents. To sell a phone with a cracked screen, select the ‘Cracked’ option when filtering the price table and check out the deals our buyers have to offer.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
With BankMyCell, you can also sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Our buyback stores will buy phones that don’t switch on, that have software issues, and that have water damage. These buyers also look for phones with broken touchscreens, buttons, and ports that they can repair and resell.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports