Samsung is one of the leading smartphone manufacturers in the world, and a household name when it comes to consumer electronics. Since its formation in 1938, Samsung has traded in many different industries, including food processing, textiles, insurance, retail and even securities. Where Samsung is perhaps best known however, is in the field of electronics, where the company has grown rapidly since entering the market in the late 1960s.
When Samsung release its latest smartphone or tablet device, fans queue for hours to purchase the device. Regardless of what product is released, fans can be sure to expect a device which operates with the latest technology and functionality. Samsung has become a name that reliably produces high-quality electronics on a regular basis, and enjoys a solid brand loyalty.
As newer products are released, however, older ones subsequently lose their value. As consumers who are passionate about owning the latest devices when they are released, it can be difficult to keep up with constantly-evolving technology and frustrating when products that we own lose value so quickly. That said, if you do own an old Samsung tablet and you want to see how much it is worth, OnRecycle can help you.
OnRecycle work with some of the world's largest online recyclers to get consumers great deals on their Samsung tablets. We have spent years building quality relationships with these organisations, and understand their needs - to the benefit of our customers. As we work with so many recyclers, they are all competing with each other and subsequently are willing to pay a fantastic price for your Samsung tablet.
Our system works in a similar way to many other price comparison websites that are on the internet today. Within minutes (perhaps even less!) you are presented with a list of potential buyers for your Samsung tablet - the good news is, there is very little information we need from you in order to generate this data! We do not take any personal details from you during this part of the process, ensuring that you will not receive any unwanted emails or sales calls, whether you opt to sell or not.
If you want to sell your Samsung tablet, log on to our website and click on the search bar that appears at the top of each page. Simply enter the name of your Samsung tablet, and a list of relevant products will appear. Click on the device that most closely matches yours, and you will be taken to the next step.
On this screen, we need to obtain a few more details about your specific Samsung tablet, before we can find the right list of quotations for you. Tell us the condition of the device (either broken, working or new) and the version of the Samsung tablet you are looking to sell. This will help us work out which recyclers are interested in your device, and how much they are willing to pay.
Having entered these details, your list is ready. In just a few seconds, you have all the data that you need to make a decision on selling! Do not despair if you change your mind and decide to retain your Samsung tablet at this stage - these quotations are provided free of charge, and leave you under no obligation to sell.
Choosing your recycler should take a minute or two. Whilst it can be tempting to click on the buyer offering you the most money, we suggest that you consider a couple of other factors before you sell. One of these factors is the recycler's reputation. Have you heard of the company you are thinking of selling to, before? The 'user rating' field that appears on the list of information gives you a star rating for the recycler you are viewing; this rating is created from the number of complaints per 100 orders (the higher the number of stars, the lower the number of complaints). In addition to looking at the star rating, it is a good idea to read some of the reviews left by other customers who were once in a similar position to you (this can be done by clicking on the 'view reviews' link).
As well as the company's reputation, you should think about your own payment criteria. How urgently is the cash required? How much are they paying? How will they pay? Look at the 'price,' 'payment period,' and 'payment methods' fields to get an idea of how you will be paid. This may affect the company you sell to, depending on your circumstances.
Once you have decided upon the company to sell to, you are ready to complete your sale. Click on the 'sell now' button and complete the remaining steps that appear. When the money arrives in your bank account, your sale has been successful and you are ready to begin shopping for your next tablet. If you like the Samsung brand, here is our review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7, which may interest you as a potential purchase.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7
The Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 was released in 2017. It has dimensions of 237.3 x 169 x 6mm and weighs 429 grams. The size of the device makes it ideal for both use and portability.
The device's screen is 9.7 inches (hence the name!). It has a super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen and a pixel rating of 1536 x 2048. This specification is effective for watching movies, playing games and browsing the web. It also provides an enjoyable experience when viewing photos that are taken from the device's 13 megapixel camera (and 5 megapixel secondary lens).
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 comes as a 32GB model, but this can be upgraded by an extra 256GB via the micro SD facility. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 plays MP3 and MP4 files, has a fingerprint sensor, and is available to buy in black or white.