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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the fourth model from the Galaxy Note series and it came out in 2014. In terms of its design, it is valued for being made of durable plastic. In order to resell your Galaxy Note 4, have a browse of the recyclers on our site. You can send your details either to us at Compare and Recycle or via the recycler.
The recycler will give you a package for you to post your phone to them. Alternatively, you can send your device to the recycling company yourself independently which will allow you to receive payment more quickly. Once your recycling company gets your device, they will assess it to determine that it has been categorised correctly. After these steps have been carried out, you will receive payment for your device.
We do not yet have a reason to believe that Samsung is an environmentally friendly organisation, largely since there is a significant lack of information regarding their CO2 emissions and other effects on the environment caused by the company. What we are aware of however is that there is a great deal of greenhouse gas emissions that are produced when smartphones models such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are created. You should always ensure that you keep your device in circulation for as long as possible as opposed to allowing your phone to immediately get discarded on a landfill site. When you sell your device, it will get a makeover to work adequately as a working second-hand phone. Even if your phone is broken, you do not need to worry as you should still be able to receive cash for it on the recycling market.
The value of smartphones decreases over time. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is no exception, especially since it is not one of the newest Samsung phones on the market. There are ideal periods each year to sell your device which you may want to consider however, namely over the Christmas months and when a new Samsung device is released.
Even if your device is completely broken, there are still options out there for you if you want to sell it. Your phone could have some cosmetic damage, but with the right recycler you will still be able to get some money for it. If your phone has been subjected to something more serious like water damage, check out your recycler’s Terms and Conditions to find out how they deal with this issue.