Rocking a colossal 5.7-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 came with some impressive tech back in 2014 when it was launched. We’re talking an octa-core chipset, AC standard Wi-Fi, big 3220mAh battery, 3GB RAM, and Samsung’s standard heart rate monitor next to the 16MP rear camera.  

Covered in smooth, tough Gorilla Glass, the Note 4 came in either charcoal black, bronze gold, frosted white, or blossom pink. It stood out immediately because it had such a big display, and a stylus - aka the S Pen - tucked into a slot in the back. Built for business, this phone didn’t hold anything back.  

How to sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 32GB

By now though, your hands are probably tired from holding the Note 4’s massive heft and fiddling around with that stylus. Time to upgrade and sell your old tablet on to a recycler for a nice pile of cash. Compare your options using CompareMyMobile.com, where we’ve got offers from top UK phone recycling companies and customer reviews on them all. Just choose your phone’s condition at the top of the grid, pick a price that looks good, and click through to enter your details and get a postage pack. 

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