The Galaxy Note 3 was built for luxury. Not only was it hee-uge - the HD screen was 5.7 inches in size - it also came with a handy stylus, aka the S Pen, so you could feel just a little bit more fancy when you use it. Flip the phone over, and you’ll find a lavish leather back, either in black, white, pink, or merlot.  

It kept up the luxury on the inside too, with tech that was pretty impressive in 2013: Android Jelly Bean, quad-core or octa-core processors, and 3GB of RAM. Combine that a 13MP camera and you had quite a formidable phablet on your hands.  

Since then, however, phablets have come a long way. Any fan of large smartphones worth their salt probably wants a fresh one with the latest specs - which means it’s time to sell your old Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Find recyclers who are buying it using our comparison tool, and we’ll help you find the best offer. With tons of recycling companies on the site and real customer reviews letting you know what they’re all like, you’re bound to find a buyer with a price that works for you