Samsung’s reputation for top-of-the-range smartphones was well-deserved with the release of the Galaxy S7 in 2016. It built on the old Galaxy S6, giving it better cameras, a larger battery, a new ‘always on’ display, and the latest processors - and brought back some sorely-missed features like waterproofing and the SD card slot. Plus it looked cool, with a shiny glass and metal frame in black, white, gold, silver, or pink gold.
It’s not exactly the most perfect phone out there, however. 64GB was the absolute maximum amount of internal storage you could get, for a start, and that wasn’t even available everywhere - and besides, not everyone is a fan of Samsung’s TouchWiz interface.
Ready to sell your Galaxy S7 64GB and put the cash towards an upgrade? We’ve got just the thing to help you find the best offer. Compare quotes using our tool - making sure you pick the right condition and network of your phone, of course - and select the one that looks best. Remember to look at the customer reviews and star rating for each buyer, as well as payment options. Then just send your phone off, and you’ll get your hands on that dough as soon as the recycler receives it.
Can I sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S7 64GB?
Don’t worry if your Samsung Galaxy S7 64GB is broken or damaged - many phone recyclers will still buy it. A phone usually counts as broken if it has:
- a cracked screen
- broken buttons
- power issues
- lots of chips and dents
- a corrupt operating system
A broken Samsung Galaxy S7 64GB will sell for less than a working one, and even less than a brand new one - obviously - but nonetheless, they’ll sell. Just make sure you’re honest about your gadget's condition and you’ll get the most accurate quotes. If a recycler receives your device but decides it is not in the condition they expected, they’ll send you a revised quote by email, which you can choose to accept or reject. Some will charge postage if you want your gadget back, though others will do it for free.
Can I sell a Samsung Galaxy S7 64GB with water damage?
Selling a water damaged phone is a little trickier, but some recyclers do buy handsets with water damage. Search for quotes on a broken Samsung Galaxy S7 64GB above, and check with the recycler if you're not sure whether it will accept a water damaged phone or not.