How much is my Sony Xperia 5 III worth?
Buyers' prices vary for devices in trade-in and buyback stores. BankMyCell makes selling your Sony Xperia 5 III easy by providing an intuitive cell phone trade-in price comparison site. The Sony Xperia 5 III trade-in value will depend on several factors such as the condition, carrier, and features. Devices in mint condition or with higher storage capacity will fetch higher offers. Unlocked devices or devices on AT&T or Verizon are also more competitive.
Users can consult the list above to find the best trade-in values, deals, and offers based on their phone's model and condition.
Where is the best place to sell a Sony Xperia 5 III?
Online options can earn you more when selling your Sony Xperia 5 III than carriers, in-store trade-ins, or the buyback ATM kiosks in malls.
BankMyCell compares trusted stores, buyback stores, and buyers to find the best trade-in value for their users. In addition, each vendor on the site offers free shipping, returns, and personal data removal.
How to sell your broken Sony Xperia 5 III for cash
Select 'Faulty' or 'Cracked' at the top of the page
Cracked: Selling Sony Xperia 5 III with a broken screen
If you've cracked the OLED display on your Sony Xperia 5, you can count on BankMyCell. First, filter the price table by the 'Cracked' option to show prices for cracked phones. Fortunately, users with dented or cracked devices can find competitive offers on BankMyCell.
- Cracked screen or fully broken screen
- Cosmetic damage e.g. excessive scratches, or chips
Faulty: Selling a faulty or water damaged Sony Xperia 5 III
BankMyCell can still help you sell your broken Sony Xperia 5 III if your phone has more extensive damage. The 'Faulty' option above allows users to view prices for phones with faulty buttons, touchscreens, and devices that don't turn on.
While you'll see lower offers on this list, you can still find solid offers when you sell your Sony Xperia 5 III. Even a water-damaged device can fetch a fair value. However, users should be upfront about the damage as buyers may change their offers if the phone's condition is worse than reported.
- Does not power on or has software issues
- Functional issues with broken buttons, touch screens and ports