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The trade-in price history of Galaxy s10 Plus 1tb generally shows a decline. In other words, the used prices of this device are dropping as newer models come to market. It is only very rarely that a second-hand electrical device will increase in price; this usually happens for example if it's a collector's item. Therefore if you are looking to sell your Galaxy s10 Plus 1tb then it probably makes sense to do it sooner rather than later - before the next price drop.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 1TB is one of the flagship smartphones from a world leader of smartphones. Therefore, it's safe to say that it's a very good phone for everyday life. Unlike previous flagship models, the S10 Plus 1TB has had the front camera displaced to make way for an impressive 6.4 inch screen. Samsung asked for a lot of money for this device, and when you see the number of cool features that it has then you will understand why.
The in-screen fingerprint sensor and Wireless PowerShare are just two of the cool gadgets that set the S10 Plus 1TB apart from its competition. You know a phone is good when the only complaint that people can find is that fact that the phone feels a bit slippery in the hand. This isn't something to be downplayed though, the Galaxy S10 Plus 1TB is far too valuable to drop!
Sell my Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 1TB
So you have one of the best smartphones in the world; why would you want to sell it? To upgrade of course. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is the most obvious upgrade, and as will all previous Galaxy models, it will have features that trump its predecessor. Fortunately for you, we compare the prices of all of the companies who are willing to buy your phone - in any condition - and let you browse the list so you can pick the one who offers you the most.
Can I sell a damaged Galaxy S10 Plus 1TB?
In a word, yes. You'll receive a lower offer for your Galaxy S10 Plus 1TB if it's damaged in any way, but even taking the lower offer can often work out cheaper than having the screen repaired. Just remember to provide accurate details of any damage, faults or blemishes so you know that you'll get an accurate offer when you trade in.
Unfortunately if the screen on your Galaxy S10 128Gb is cracked, then it will be classed as faulty and the majority of buyers will give you less than £60 for it. A good condition S10 128GB is worth just under £300 though, so it may be worth having the screen repaired professionally before selling it.
The Galaxy S10 series is a great range of phones. And as they are no longer the most-up-to-date model offered by Samsung, it means they are considerably cheaper than the latest offerings. The good thing about the S10 128GB is that it's the cheapest handset in the entire S10 range, so you really do get a lot of phone for your money with the only compromise being the built-in storage.
You can sell your Galaxy S10 128GB in any condition. However if it has been water damaged then it can only be sold for scrap or parts, so you're not likely to get very much money for it. Offers of around £50 are typical for Galaxy S10s in this condition.