Sell My Motorola Moto G (1st Gen)

Sell My Motorola Moto G (1st Gen)

 Motorola Moto G (1st Gen)
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Sell your Motorola Moto G (1st Gen) with OnReycle and get the most money. We compare all major phone recyclers in seconds.

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The Motorola brand dates back as far as 1928, when the company was founded. Since then, Motorola has become an American multinational telecommunications company, but the brand has also been associated with other hardware which includes wireless network equipment, set-top boxes, digital video recorders and network equipment that allows computer telephony and high-definition television. In 2011, the company split into two areas: Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions, with Mobility taking the mobile telecommunications side of the business.

Motorola were one of the most popular mobile telephone manufacturers in the 1990's. Adverts with the catch-phrase 'Hello Moto' became instantly recognisable. In more recent years, Motorola devices have been less popular than the smartphones released by Apple and Samsung each year. However, the name will be remembered for producing high-quality models during the early 21st century - a crucial era for the popularisation of mobile telephones.

In recent times, ever-changing technology and a highly competitive market has given consumers more options than ever before. Whilst this is an exciting time, it does mean that users have a higher turnover of mobile telephones, and devices such as the Motorola G 1st Gen are often replaced or upgraded quickly. If you have a Motorola G 1st Gen and are considering trading it in for a newer phone (or simply selling it), OnRecycle are here to help.

Who Are OnRecycle?

We are a company who work with the biggest names in the online recycling industry to give consumers the information needed to sell their unwanted Motorola G 1st Gen phone. We understand how busy modern lifestyles are for many people. Tasks such as selling unwanted devices (which are often left lying around the house for years) slip further and further down on many people's list of priorities. Unbeknown to them, there's a high chance that they are worth something to the recyclers we deal with - though this value reduces the longer that they are left.

We have created an easy-to-use system that pairs sellers with buyers almost instantly. We've spent years building and maintaining working relationships with recyclers who are desperate to take your Motorola G 1st Gen phone off your hands - giving you a great price in the process. Even if you are unsure as to whether or not you want to sell, OnRecycle's system will still provide you with a quick, no-obligation quotation, helping you to make that decision.

How Do I Get A Quotation?

When you arrive on the OnRecycle website, you will notice a search bar on the top of every page. Simply type in the words 'Motorola G 1st Gen phone' and the phone should appear in a dropdown box. Click on the correct phone to proceed to the next step.

On this screen you are presented with some new options to choose from. In order for us to get you the most accurate quotation possible, we need to know the phone's condition (working, broken or new), and the network that the phone is locked to, if any. Another factor that will affect the quotation you receive is the phone's size (in terms of storage). The Motorola G 1st Gen phone is available in either 8GB or 16GB, so be sure to select the right one.

Having entered these details, the list of quotations updates to gives you new, more accurate information. You can now choose to either select a buyer for your Motorola G 1st Gen phone, or use the information to make another decision (at this stage you are under no obligation to sell your phone). If you are looking to sell, we recommend that you consider a number of factors before you do so.

One of the most important factors to consider is the reputability of the recycler. If they are not a company that are familiar to you, we suggest you spend some time finding out more about them. For example, look up their website to find out how long they've been established for. OnRecycle provides you with the option to arrange the data by 'user rating', giving you a handy 'star rating' for each recycler. Just underneath this, there is a link to read reviews left by other users in a similar position to yourself - these are definitely worth a read. Alternatively, you can sort the data by 'payment amount' and 'payment period,' allowing you to see who will offer you the most money, and when they will pay.

Once you have chosen your buyer, click on the 'sell now' button which appears at the end of their row of options, and you are ready to receive cash for your device! When considering a new phone, it can be helpful to know what you are comparing your new phone against. Here is our brief review of the Motorola G 1st Gen phone.

Motorola G 1st Gen phone

Released in 2013, the Motorola G has a 4-inch screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280. It has all the basic functions that are associated with a smartphone, such as a camera (with 5-megapixel rear-facing and 1.3-megapixel front-facing lenses).

There are two versions of the Motorola G 1st Gen phone: either 8GB or 16GB and 1GB of RAM. It comes with Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) operating system, but it is possible to upgrade this to 5.1.1 (Lollipop). It also boasts rear facing speakers which make playing games, listening to music and watching videos online fun and immersive.

The phone has a non-removable battery which is capable of up to 24 hours of talk time. It is available to buy in a spectrum of seven colours.

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