Samsung's business operations have changed dramatically since their launch in 1938. The industries with which they have been associated have included food processing, textiles, insurance, securities and retail. In the 1960s, they ventured into electronics. Now, of course, their name is mostly associated with mobile smartphones.
Samsung are incredibly influential within South Korea - their home nation. They influence the country's economic development, politics, and media and culture. Their range of mobile phone products are well-known all over the world, and they are - arguably - Apple's biggest competitor when it comes to finding the top spot in the mobile phone marketplace.
The current range of smartphones that Samsung release each year are the 'S series.' Each phone comes equipped with the latest technology and features that lend it a highly competitive position in today's market. As technology rapidly evolves each year, users are often left with smartphones that have been upgraded and are no longer required. If this sounds familiar, you could receive a great price for your old Samsung phone. This is where OnRecycle come in.
We are a company who specialise in finding buyers for your unwanted mobile phone. Rather than having to find a buyer online and contact them to receive a quotation, OnRecycle have done the hard work so that you don't have to! We have spent years working with major online recyclers from around the world and have created an effective, easy-to-use system that allows you to find a buyer quickly and easily.
How Does The System Work?
If you have a Samsung phone that you wish to sell, log onto the OnRecycle website and follow our simple process. On the top of each screen you will notice a search bar. Type in the model of your Samsung phone and a list of related products will appear in a dropdown box. Select the phone that matches your model and you will be transferred to the next screen.
We now need to know the condition, version and network that your phone is locked to. This enables our system to locate the best buyer for you; giving you the most accurate quotation for your handset. Be honest with the data you have entered - failure to do so will lead to disappointment and hassle further on in the process. You will notice that when you are choosing the condition of your phone, there is an option to select 'broken.' Even if your phone is not working, there are still a number of recyclers who can make use of the handset's parts. As such, you may still receive a fantastic price for your Samsung phone.
Now that you have entered these details, you can sit back and view the updated list of recyclers who want your phone. The system updates automatically so that, within seconds, you could be selecting a fantastic buyer who meets your requirements. There are, however, a few things to bear in mind when selecting a recycler.
If price is your number one concern, it might be tempting to click on the 'price' field so that the list is ordered by the recycler offering you the most cash. Whilst this is an important factor, we do suggest that you consider others. For example, has the recycler offering you the most cash got a good user rating? Have you heard of them? Perhaps it is worth taking the time to read some reviews to ensure that you are selling your handset to a reputable company - resulting in an easy, stress-free experience.
Additionally, payment period may also be important to you. Just because a recycler is offering you a large sum of cash, does not necessarily mean that you will receive the cash instantly. Filter on the 'payment period' column to see which recycler will pay you the quickest, and by what method.
Having decided upon a recycler, you are now ready to sell your phone. Click on the 'sell now' button which appears next to your chosen buyer and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the sale. Many recyclers allow you to sell through OnRecycle; doing so will allow you to take advantage of our guidance throughout each step of the process, and enable you to enter your bank details through our secure system.
Having sold your phone, you can enjoy spending the money as you wish! As with many consumers, you may well wish to stay with the Samsung brand. Here is our review of the original Samsung Galaxy handset:
The Samsung Galaxy (Original)
Such is the success of the Samsung Galaxy brand that devices like the original Galaxy handset may well become something of a collector's item in the future. The original Samsung Galaxy paved the way for this incredible brand, which is now one of the most sought-after in the mobile phone marketplace.
The original Galaxy was released in 2009 - it is surprising to think how recently that was, yet how much mobile technology has changed during that time. The Galaxy weighs just 114 grams and boasts a 3.2-inch display with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. The original Galaxy is a touchscreen phone.
The Galaxy has 8GB of storage, but can be upgraded by up to 32GB via its micro SD slot. The phone's memory has 128 megabytes of RAM. It includes many of the functions that have been retained on later models, such as a digital compass and camera facility. The Galaxy's rear-facing camera is 5-megapixels and can be operated with the LED flash.
For connectivity, the Galaxy uses a 2.0 USB, it connects to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and the phone also has GPS functionality. The Galaxy's features became the base upon which many more recent models have been built, and is a must-have item for all collectors of Samsung products.