At I Need a Mobile, we think buying a refurbished smartphone should be as easy as buying new. The phone you expect to receive should be the phone you get, and it should live up to your expectations in every single way.
Buying a refurbished phone will typically save you 10 to 15% if the smartphone is a new model released in the last 12 months. Older devices can easily double or even triple those savings, putting a great phone in your pocket for less.
Persistence Marketing Research has forecast that the second-hand market in mobile smartphones will experience huge expansion and grow to around $40bn in terms of global revenue by 2025, increasing from almost $20bn in 2017 and enlarging the global refurbished and used mobile phone market by almost 9% CAGR over the same period.
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Samsung has designed another fascinating piece of technology consisting of a ‘multi-face’ or continuous display screen that folds over two sides of a smartphone. Whereas the unlucky Samsung Galaxy Fold features a screen that physically flexes as the device is opened and closed, the patent for this design describes a fixed screen that wraps around the exterior of a phone.
As smartphone sales decline in the UK, and the technological advances from model to model diminish year by year, many consumers are beginning to ditch the conventional smartphone upgrade cycle.
Ever since Samsung broke the news of launching its upcoming Galaxy Fold smartphone, mobile phone lovers have been in a frenzy. After all, who can blame them? The South Korean giant’s radical, yet innovative approach to smartphone design – the first of its kind – gives users the luxury of a day-to-day smartphone along with the media-rich experience of tablet simply by folding the device.
In this article, we take a look at the top three UK stores for buying and selling second-hand smartphones. Read our detailed analyses to pick the best shop when buying or selling your mobile phones.