Founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei, Huawei are a Chinese multinational telecoms equipment and services company. Their headquarters are based in Shenzhen, Guangdong.
A huge part of the Huawei business is research and development. Huawei have research and development institutes in over 15 countries around the world, demonstrating just how important that part of the business is to them. The range of products that Huawei produce include mobile phones, broadband networks, multimedia technology, dongles and tablet computers - to name just a few! Huawei products are associated with quality all over the world, and appear in many households.
When it comes to tablet devices, Huawei have a range of products on offer in the market. Due to the highly competitive nature of the industry, Huawei are regularly having to launch new products - this could be part of the reason why they prioritise research and development so much. Devices such as the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (released in 2014) are already outdated, and with manufacturers such as Apple and Samsung competing with Huawei for sales, consumers quickly discard these models for upgraded versions on the market. The problem with doing this is that it can become hugely expensive for many consumers.
OnRecycle are here to help with that expense. One way of being able to afford the latest tablet device is by selling your old, unused Huawei tablet to someone who is willing to offer you a fantastic sum of money. OnRecycle work hard to link sellers of Huawei tablets with buyers - we know what both party is after and have produced a system which allows them to work together. The OnRecycle system is incredibly easy to use, and has been designed with the user in mind. Even the least technically-minded user will enjoy the OnRecycle experience!
When you have made the decision to sell your Huawei tablet, the OnRecycle system is all you'll need to find a fantastic quotation. Simply type the Huawei tablet that you wish to sell into the search bar at the top of the page (e.g. 'Huawei Ascend Mate 7') and you will be presented with a dropdown list of relevant products. Click on the one that most closely resembles yours, and you will be taken to a new screen which asks you for further details of the Huawei tablet you are selling.
When you are on this screen, we need you to select some criteria so that we can pair you with the buyer who is most suited to the Huawei tablet you are selling. Tell us the condition of your Huawei tablet, and the network it is locked with (if any). We also need to know the version (e.g. size of the model) so that we can get you an accurate set of prices. Once we know this data, the system is ready to give you the information you need.
When the screen refreshes, the list that appears before you is a list of actual recyclers who are willing to pay you a fantastic price for your device. You are ready to start choosing a recycler to suit your requirements! Although it can be tempting to sell to a recycler who offers you the most money, we suggest that you consider the recycler carefully, having asked yourself a few questions.
Firstly, is the recycler a reputable company? We want you to have a positive experience when selling through OnRecycle, so our system shows you a handy star rating alongside each recycler, which has been given by previous users. The star ratings are calculated in accordance with the number of complaints per 100 orders that each recycler has received (i.e. the higher the star rating, the fewer number of complaints they have had). On this screen, there is also a link to 'view reviews.' Take the time to click here and read some of the reviews that have been left.
Next to the 'price' column, you will see some related topics such as 'payment period' and 'payment method.' As well as considering the price being offered, we suggest that you ask yourself how quickly you need the payment. If it is urgent, you can sort the data by the recycler who will pay quickest (click on the arrows next to the 'payment period' text to do this).
Once you are happy with a recycler, you can click on the 'sell now' button which appears at the end of the recycler's row, and follow the remaining steps to sell your Huawei tablet. If you are given the option, we suggest that you sell through OnRecycle so that you can benefit from our expert advice and guidance through the process, whilst providing your bank details through a secure payment system. Once the money arrives, you can begin to think about the next tablet you wish to buy. If you like Huawei products, the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 might interest you - here is our brief review:
Huawei Ascend Mate 7
Released in 2014, the Ascend Mate 7 has dimensions of 157 x 81 x 79 mm and weighs 185 grams. It is available to buy in obsidian black, moonlight silver and amber gold. Not only is it an attractive device, but its weight and dimensions mean that it can be transferred easily, and operation is comfortable and enjoyable.
The Ascend Mate 7 has a 6-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. This display supports pictures taken from a 13 megapixel camera, with a secondary lens of 5 megapixels. The device plays MP3 files and has both a document viewer and a photo editor, demonstrating its versatility.
The Ascend Mate 7 can be bought either as a 16GB or a 32GB tablet. It has a battery with stand-by time of up to 648 hours (3G).