Nokia are a multinational organisation who are known for their range of mobile telephones and information technology. They were founded in 1865 and have their headquarters in Espoo, Greater Helsinki. Although the company are now, arguably, best-known for their range of mobile telephones, the company originally began as a pulp mill industry.
Nokia are a Public Limited Company (PLC) and trade on both the Helsinki and New York stock markets. The mobile phone section of the business was bought by Microsoft, though the 'Nokia' brand name is still used today and has been used for tablets such as the Nokia Lumia 2520.
Despite enjoying a lot of success throughout their trading history, the Nokia brand has fallen behind rivals such as Apple and Samsung in more recent years. This has left some customers with the desire to change brands; some Nokia tablet owners may be looking at options to sell so that they can afford a different model. If this situation sounds familiar to you, OnRecycle can help you to find a buyer for your tablet.
We work with some of the world's biggest online recyclers to get you the best deal possible on your Nokia tablet. We have spent years creating effective working relationships with these organisations, and we want our customers to enjoy the benefits. One of the best ways of doing this is by using OnRecycle's free, no-obligation price comparison system to get a quotation for your Nokia tablet. The system is incredibly easy to use - even the most non-technical of operators enjoy finding a quotation!
When you have made a decision to sell your Nokia tablet, (or perhaps you simply want to find out how much money you could get) log on to the OnRecycle website and locate the search bar at the top of the page. Type in the details of your Nokia tablet and the device will appear in a dropdown box. Click on the model that matches your Nokia tablet and you will be taken to the next page.
We will now ask you for a few more details, so that we can build up a picture of the specific device that you are selling. We need to know the tablet's condition (select from either 'working,' 'broken' or 'new') and the version that you wish to sell (depending on how many options there are for the model you are selling!).
Once we have these details, we are able to give you an accurate, up-to-date list of prices along with details of the recyclers bidding for your Nokia tablet, so that you can make a decision. It is worth bearing in mind that - even at this stage - you are still free to opt-out if you want to.
When choosing the recycler to sell to, we suggest that you ask yourself a few questions about the potential buyer. Have you heard of the recycler before? Can you trust what they are saying they will pay you? One way to help you answer these questions is to look at the star rating guide our system displays. Below the 'user rating' heading, you will notice that each recycler is ranked between 1 and 5 stars. This rating is made up of the number of complaints each recycler has received, per 100 orders. The higher the number of stars, the more likely you are to have a positive experience with them.
Other questions we suggest you ask yourself include 'how quickly do you need the money?' If you are after an urgent sale, we suggest you look at the 'payment period' heading, as this will tell you how quickly you can expect to receive the funds. It is likely that you will have your own set of criteria when selecting a recycler - these are just our suggestions.
Once you have chosen a recycler, you are ready to sell your Nokia tablet. Click on the 'sell now' button and you will be taken to a new screen where you can complete the sales transaction. Most recyclers offer a freepost service, making it even easier for you to sell your Nokia tablet.
When you have received the payment, you may now wish to start looking for a new tablet. If you want to compare a new purchase with the Nokia tablet you have just sold, (or are interested in staying with Nokia) it is worth reading our review of the Nokia Lumia 2520.
Nokia Lumia 2520
The Nokia Lumia 2520 was released in 2013. It has dimensions of 267 x 168 x 8.9 mm and weighs 615 grams. This makes the device easily portable and user-friendly. The Nokia Lumia 2520 has an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen which is 10.1-inches with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 uses the Microsoft Windows RT operating system, and can only be purchased in the 32GB version. There is, however, the option for further storage via the tablet's microSD card facility; up to an extra 64 GB is available. The storage helps those users who want to keep a number of photographs on the tablet.
Photographs can be taken via the tablet's 6.7 megapixel camera, which has a secondary lens of 2 megapixels. The device has an HDMI port and is capable of playing both MP3 and MP4 files. The Nokia Lumia 2520 has an impressive battery life which has up to 600 hours of stand-by time, and up to 10 hours of talk time. There are a range of colours available to buy the Nokia Lumia 2520 in, suiting a large range of tastes. These are cyan, red, black and white.