In 2014 when it launched, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was one of the best 'phablet' smartphones you could buy, with a huge 5.7-inch Quad HD display. It came with an S Pen stylus too, as well as a 16MP camera and a fingerprint sensor for extra security, and was generally built for heavy use.

Phablet tech has moved on a little now, though. Today you can get mobiles with bigger screens and more powerful innards - and even Samsung's stylus has been given an upgrade. If you're glued to your phone, you've probably moved on too, and likely have a newer, more impressive smartphone in your hand. That means it's time to sell your old Galaxy Note 4 and earn a bit of cash for it.

How to sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Use SellMyMobile's comparison table on this page to see all the available quotes on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4. We've pulled in everything we can find from top UK mobile recyclers so you can compare them all side by side and see which one works for you.

Select the condition and network of your phone at the top - new and working phones sell for the most cash, as do unlocked phones. Be as honest as possible here to make sure you get accurate quotes. Then, take a look at all the offers and choose the one that looks best.

Enter your details, and you'll get a postage pack to send your phone off in. You'll be paid once it arrives with the recycling company, either by bank transfer, cheque, or PayPal.

It's that easy - and the money will be yours in a matter of days.

Can I sell a broken, damaged, or faulty Samsung Galaxy Note 4?

A good number of mobile recyclers buy damaged Samsung phones, so you just might be in luck.

Select 'broken' under the phone condition section of the table here, and you'll see all the current quotes. Be aware that they'll be a little lower than offers on fully working handsets, and you won't have quite as much choice over who to sell to, but you may still find offers.

Your phone will most likely count as broken if the screen is cracked, the S Pen is missing, the battery doesn't work, or even if it's just scratched and dented a lot on the back. Different recyclers can have different standards though, so it can be worth checking before you sell.

Can I sell a water damaged Samsung Galaxy Note 4?

Some mobile recyclers do buy phones with water damage, but usually only if your handset powers up and works fine otherwise.

The best thing to do is look for offers on a broken Galaxy Note 4, following the guidelines above, and see the recycler's terms to check if handsets with liquid damage are acceptable.

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