In 2015, Samsung unleashed the Galaxy S6 Edge: the first Samsung Galaxy phone with the now-iconic curved edges to its display. It was the curly-screen version of the regular Samsung Galaxy S6, released at the same time, and introduced a sleek design of glass and metal to the Galaxy range.

The tech specs were of course given a good boost too, including a Quad HD resolution display, octa-core chipset, and 3GB of RAM.

Having been released in 2015, however, the S6 Edge is no longer at the forefront of technology, or even the best Edge-screened Samsung phone. Want to sell yours and get some cash to put towards a new one? Here's how to do it.

How to sell your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB

Selling your old Galaxy S6 Edge couldn't be simpler. Just follow these three easy steps:

  1. Choose the right phone. Select the right storage size, condition (broken, working, or brand new), and which network it's locked to.
  2. Pick an offer. Select the one from the grid that looks best, and enter your details.
  3. Mail your phone. Use the postage pack the recycler gives you to send them your handset, or arrange your own postage if you prefer.

That's it - you'll get your money paid to you as soon as the recycling company receives your phone, usually the same day it arrives on their doorstep.

Can I sell a broken, damaged, or faulty Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB?

Yes, there are recyclers out there that are happy to buy a broken Samsung Galaxy phone, though they usually pay out much less for them.

Take a look at what you can get for a damaged Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB with a chipped frame, cracked screen, or dodgy operating system with the table above. All you need to do is select 'broken' from the condition section, and we'll show you all the current quotes.

Can I sell a water damaged Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 32GB?

Annoyingly for a lot of Samsung fans, the S6 Edge model wasn't water-resistant - so your phone may have sustained some liquid damage if it got wet, which can bring its value down.

As long as it still powers up and works, there's a good chance you can sell it. Just look up offers on broken phones using the guidance above.

However, not all recyclers accept water damaged phones - even companies that buy broken handsets in general. It's best to check with the recycler if it's not clear, or pick one with a free returns policy in case it isn't accepted.

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