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Sell Samsung Galaxy S6 64gb, trade-in price comparison

How to guarantee the best price for your Samsung Galaxy S6 64gb trade-in

To recycle Samsung Galaxy S6 64gb for the best cash price today, find out how much it's worth below, compare best prices in our recycling comparison table... Prices from £110.00 to £130.00 available

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So you’ve decided it’s time to sell your Samsung Galaxy S6 – but are you 100% sure that’s your phone?

We’ve got some pointers to help you check you’re selling the right device when you go through the Samsung Galaxy trade-in process. Take a look at the top features and specs below.

Features and spec

Released in March 2015, the Galaxy S6 was a popular device amongst Samsung fans, and it’s not hard to see why. The device comes with a 5.1-ich Super AMOLED touchscreen display boasting 1440 x 2560 pixels and had a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 back panel – the first glass panel seen on a Samsung Galaxy device.

As well as looking smart, the Galaxy S6 acts the part too. It comes with a 16MP rear-facing camera as well as a 5MP front-facing shooter, with HDR dual-video and runs the latest version of Android Lollipop (impressive for its time!), which was incredibly fast thanks to the quad-core 1.5 GHz processor in the back.

If you’re still not sure if this is your device when you’re trying to sell your Samsung Galaxy phone, then just take a look at the back of your phone – your make number starts with G920.

Your device will also either be white pearl, black, blue topaz or gold.

“Can I sell my broken Samsung Galaxy S6?”

Of course you can! CompareMyMobile lists some of the very best UK recycling companies, which means most of them will give you cash even if you’re trying to sell a broken Galaxy phone.

You should be aware that this means they will offer you less money though, so sometimes it might be worth getting your phone fixed instead of selling broken phones – it could mean you make more money in the long run, especially if you’re selling a relatively new phone.