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Sell my Galaxy 6 Edge

The Galaxy S6 received mostly positive reviews from critics, who praised the devices' upgraded build quality over prior models, along with improvements to their displays, performance, camera, and other changes. However, Samsung's decision to remove the ability to expand their storage or remove the battery was panned as being potentially alienating to power users, and the S6 Edge was also panned for not making enough use of its curved display to justify its increased cost over the standard model on-launch. 

Can I sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S6?

Many recyclers are happy to buy broken and damaged devices. You can sell plenty of old gadgets even if they have cracked screens, lots of chips and scratches, or broken buttons.

A broken Samsung Galaxy S6 64GB will be worth less money than a fully functioning one, of course, and how much you get will depend on the exact condition of your device. However, there's still a chance you can get some cash for it, and sending it to a recycler is much better for the environment than throwing it away.

To find out if you can sell your broken or damaged Samsung Galaxy S9 64GB, select the 'broken' option on the comparison grid, and be as honest as you can about its condition. We'll show you all the offers we can find from recyclers so you can see your options.


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