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Do you own Samsung S8? If yes, then you must read this article to explore the most amazing facts that only S8 possess. S8 was launched in May, 2017 and was adored by many around the UK. This phone was the first Samsung phone to have the infinity display feature which has been appreciated by smartphone users all over the world. Although S9 has been launched and that phone has a better camera than S8, but it is not the time to sell Samsung S8 64GB or 128GB if you haven’t discovered these interesting things yet in your Samsung Galaxy S8. 1.      Camera Tricks: There are some amazing tricks that you can take help from while taking pictures from your S8. Floating Camera Button: This is something that the photographers would love! The people who love photography also love the convenience that they might have while capturing the shots. Floating…

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are the two phones that changed the game for Samsung. Before S7 and S7 edge, Samsung received much criticism on S6 edge. S6 edge was the first edge screen phone launched by Samsung. Being the pioneer in edge screen world, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge was with full of faults and bugs. Samsung worked hard in fixing these bugs and faults and after further innovation, it launched S7 edge. These phones are still considered as perfect smartphones by a huge majority of people around the globe. The sleek design with an edge screen makes this phone even prettier. S7 and S7 edge are always criticized on their battery timings, despite of having 3,000 mAh and 3,600 mAh batteries respectively. People usually sell Samsung S7 Edge, as they think that the battery timing of the phone is not good. They search hard to find a place…

With its edge screen, S7 edge has been the love of many people across the world. This phone changed the perspective of people towards smartphones. S7 was launched in February, 2016 but the phone is still better than many other models launched by Samsung and other mobile phones manufacturing companies. For the people that use the ‘S’ series by Samsung, the only better models are the successors of S7 edge i.e. Samsung Galaxy S8 and S9. Samsung always promotes its new smartphones, but it doesn’t degrade its old ones like the rumours about Apple. Samsung has launched two more models in its S series after S7. To be honest, the successors of S7 are even more beautiful with better specifications. After reading this article you will surely sell Samsung S7 Edge to upgrade to a new model. Following are some of the major reasons that it is the best time…

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S6, S7 or S8, you might know about the black dots that are in your phone or in the screen of S6, S7 or S8 owned by anyone you know. These black dots do not harm anyone/your phone. They never grow, and they never interrupt you while using your S6, S7 or S8. These black dots are basically dead pixels in the screen of your phone. Due to the edge screen, some of the pixels in your display are interrupted and they die at the moment causing these black dots on the screen of your phone. You may notice that these dots usually appear near the curve of the edge screen of your phone. This curve screen in S6, S7 and S8 looks beautiful but in some cases this beauty can cause harm as well in the form of these dots. The sad news…

Despite fast winds of technological improvements and innovations, interestingly a mobile is never old.  Today ‘old mobile’ is rather a terminology that may refer to the mobile in your hand and in use. Soon you plan to replace or upgrade the mobile you possess its status is changed to ‘old mobile’. Ultimately when you buy another mobile, you normally sell your old mobile, which is a wise approach as well. Why Selling Old Mobile Phone Makes Sense? While some people may like to keep old mobile as kind of ‘standby’ phone, for various logical reasons, most of the mobile users prefer, and vendors also encourage you to sell your old mobile. The first approach at times, however, may turn out to be ‘counterproductive’ because, in the long run, you face difficulties in appropriate disposal of ‘now older’ phone. Other valid reasons include: i) In new upcoming mobile phones, addition of…

With the nearing launch date of S9 on 25 March, 2018 the audience is ready on their toes to bag the sensational flagship device. With the reports stating that pre-order booking are expected to begin from March 1, the set is pricier than predecessor S8. A realistic estimate provides a logical figure of around £800 to be the initial price. A hefty amount! Isn’t it? If you missed S8 last year, then surely it’s the high time to Sell Samsung Galaxy S7 for the sake of S9. Why Should I Sell Samsung Galaxy S7? You are surely at right to ask why I should sell my Samsung Galaxy S7 especially when you are pretty much satisfied with your older set. Besides so many reasons obsolescence of technology is the prime reason. The exciting features of S7 that have been inspiring you for last couple of years may really appear useless…

While the Samsung Galaxy S5 was rather coveted when it came out, the world of smartphones is now caught up in constant changes and updates. You buy a new phone for a fortune and you have only had it for a few months when you find out that its newer version has been released! It seems outrageous, but that is the incredible pace that the mobile phone industry is moving at, and many of us can’t help but try to keep up with it. So chances are that you are trying to figure out how to sell your Samsung Galaxy S5 without losing a big amount you spent on it a couple of years ago. How do you make sure that you can sell Samsung Galaxy S5, which is now over 3 years old, and still manage to make a reasonable amount of money from it? There are, in…

The Samsung Galaxy S8 as well as the Note 8 are now in the market and are extremely popular among avid smartphone users. With their advanced features, everyone is eager to buy these phones, which means that older versions like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are now becoming old. Their value is going down day by day due to the launching of new models. If anyone goes to the market to sell or recycle Samsung Galaxy S7, the dealers offer less price for their phone. However, the good news is that you can still sell Samsung Galaxy S7 for a decent price by dealing with mobile phone recycling companies online! Also if you sell Samsung Galaxy S7 to a friend or browse local markets to find a buyer, chances are that you will be scammed and your phone will be sold for less money. You might think this…

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, you know that it is a great phone. However, even better is the new Note 8, a remarkable device any phone fanatic would absolutely love to get their hands on. The Note 8 comes with enhanced features like an Irish scanner and a stylus. It is also dust and water resistant, the features that Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge does not have. For those of you who love phones with large screens, the Note 8 boasts a huge 6.3 inch display, compare to Galaxy S6 Edge’s 5.1 inches. The processor and battery are also a step ahead. There is absolutely no reason you should not upgrade to this beautiful Note 8 – except one reservation: the price. So, you can sell your Galaxy S6 Edge to buy this beautiful phone. The Note 8 costs about £700, and we can all agree that it…

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is a revolutionary phone everyone wants to get their hands on. With its brilliant 5.10-inch display and 4GB RAM, the phone is not only beautiful but also provides excellent speed and performance. While there is no one who would want to use this amazing phone, many have an issue getting their hands on it because of one obvious reason: the price. The Samsung Galaxy S7 costs around £400 – £500. There is no denying that the phone is worth a fortune and is rather difficult for many to afford. The first thing most people try to do to be able to buy this phone is selling their old phone. However, the problem is that since not many people want to buy older phones, their resale value drops dramatically and they are rather worthless both on the market and in personal dealings. While this sounds rather demotivating,…