Select the capacity (GB) of the Samsung Galaxy Fold you want to sell below.
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SAMSUNG SAMSUNG Galaxy Fold
Just when you think smartphones can’t get any better, along come Samsung with a screen that literally folds in half.
At first, the Samsung Galaxy Fold looks like a normal smartphone with a 4.5 inch screen... except it actually opens up to reveal a 7.3” screen inside. It’s basically a smartphone and a tablet in one pocket-sized package.
That extra screen real estate means space for more cameras – six of them, in fact! There’s one on the front, two above the internal screen and a triple-lens system on the back.
As you might expect, all that innovative tech comes at a hefty price. The Samsung Galaxy Fold retails from $1,980, making it one of the most expensive smartphones ever released.
Don’t let that price tag put you off though, because there’s a smart way to upgrade – Decluttr! Sell your cell phone now and we’ll give you cash to put towards the Galaxy Fold.
If you're thinking "I want to sell my Samsung and upgrade", you're in the right place" It’s so easy to trade in your phone with Decluttr. Just tell us the make, model and condition of your handset and we’ll give you an instant valuation – no auctions, no fees, no hassle, plus we'll lock it in for 28 days!
Next, pack your phone into a box and ship it to us for FREE. When it arrives, our expert team will check it over and securely remove any personal data. We’ll then pay you the day after by direct deposit or PayPal.
So if you want to upgrade, make sure you do it the smart way with Decluttr!
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What Make and Model of Samsung Galaxy do I have?
One way to find out the model and make of the phone you're selling is to use the IMEI number. Dial *#06# on your phone to get your IMEI number and enter it here to find out which make and model you're selling.
You may be able to find the make and model of your phone by checking the label under the battery, looking at the phone itself or checking the original packaging.