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What You Need to Know about Maximizing Value When Selling Used Phones

What You Need to Know about Maximizing Value When Selling Used Phones


Users of smartphones frequently come to the understanding that they have expended enough time and effort on their existing gadget and that it is now the right moment to sell it and purchase a new one that will perform better and produce the results you need. 


DigiSwap would love to encourage both the customers and end users to support the campaign of recycling phones and conserve green energy as a group as the industry's distributor for smart devices.



When sold, the most recent flagship smartphones are very easily capable of fetching a high price, but when selling an older smartphone or any other phone, it might be difficult to get a good price or at least one that is worth considering.

The following are some of the elements you can take into account to raise your mobile phone's resale value:


  • The mobile phone's age: When a consumer decides to purchase an old phone, the age of the device is the first thing that draws their attention. The likelihood of finding a consumer interested in purchasing an old, out-of-date smartphone is fairly low, therefore it is crucial to sell the smartphone while it is at the correct stage of development in order to command a fair price.
  • Damage to the mobile phone: The amount of damage already done to the phone is another key consideration that buyers of used mobile phones take into account, which also means they will pay close attention to the phone's condition. The possible damage to a mobile phone is typically divided into minor and large categories, depending on whether it affects the device's appearance or functionality.
  • Complete protection: To safeguard your phone, purchase a premium phone case that completely encircles it. In order to ensure that your camera is safe as well, it would be beneficial for the phone case to feature a protective camera bump or raise.
  • Screen Protector: We advise using tempered glass screen protectors because they are five times stronger than regular glass screen protectors and offer "complete coverage". This indicates that it is most effective at protecting your phone's physical screen from damage.
  • Utilize real accessories: Unofficial USBs or third-party chargers may be less expensive, but they pose a greater risk of damage to your phone. The charging port on your phone may become damaged by charging accessories if they do not have high-quality electrical connections.


It's crucial to take your time, be cautious of sketchy characters, maintain your integrity, and keep the interests of both parties in mind at all times. We can nearly assure you that you'll have a good time if you bear these points in mind. However, even with all of these safety measures in mind, there is always a slight possibility that something will go wrong.


Since battery life is one of the most important factors to take into account when choosing a mobile phone, one whose battery life is below average will eventually not contribute to a decent resale value.

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