Samsung has a lovely habit of releasing smaller, more mid-range versions of its major flagship phones - which is perfect for those of us who prefer a handset that’s easier to hold. The Galaxy S5 Mini was such a phone, rocking a nicely sized 4.5-inch screen that still had a HD resolution.
It meant a few downgrades from the regular Galaxy S5 - the cameras weren’t quite as good, and it only had 16GB of memory - but as mid-range smartphones go, it impressed. For instance, it still came with features like a fingerprint sensor, NFC, and Samsung’s usual heart rate monitor.
Nonetheless, smartphone tech has improved a lot since 2014, and that Galaxy S5 Mini may need an upgrade. It wasn’t even top-of-the-range back then, after all. Ready to sell yours and make a little cash to put towards your next phone? Use our tool to compare offers from the 30+ mobile phone recyclers we work with, and choose one that looks good to you. Then just enter your details and send off your S5 Mini using the postage pack provided - and get that all-important wonga.