Sell Your Samsung Galaxy Fold for Cash

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Trade In Your Samsung Galaxy Fold

It's incredibly easy to sell your Samsung Galaxy Fold with Decluttr

It’s never been easier to recycle your Samsung Galaxy Fold with Decluttr! Just follow these easy steps to carry out a Galaxy Fold trade in: 

  1. Tell us the model of your Samsung and choose the storage, condition, and whether the device is locked to a carrier or unlocked. Our three conditions are ‘Good’, ‘Poor’ and ‘Faulty’
  2. Put your old Galaxy Fold into a secure box and ship it to us for FREE! 
  3. We'll pay by direct deposit or PayPal when your items are processed (this is usually the day after they arrive).

Check out our how it works page for more information about the selling process!

Decluttr is the best place to sell your used Galaxy Fold! We’re rated Excellent on Trustpilot and have paid out hundreds of millions to our happy customers.

You’ll get an instant valuation for your Samsung Fold and we’ll lock in the best price for 28 days, giving you enough time to upgrade. 

We’ll pay as soon as your items are processed (usually the day after they arrive).

If that wasn’t enough, as well as making cash, you’ll help reduce e-waste and save valuable materials - it’s smart for you…smart for the planet! 

Finally, our Tech Price Promise means you’ll get paid the first price we offer, or we’ll return your device for FREE! 

You can also make more cash by heading over to our ‘sell cell phones’ page or sell Samsung phones!

The value of your Galaxy Fold depends on factors such as condition, storage, model, and whether it’s locked to a carrier or unlocked. 

The price is most likely to increase if the device has a larger storage capacity, is a newer model, and is in good condition. 

The condition of your device is a main factor that affects the value - here are our three conditions explained: 

Good: All parts of the device are fully functional, no damage to screen or phone, the phone is NOT rooted, light wear and tear acceptable. Touch, Face ID, NFC work (if applicable). Samsung Note models must include S Pen. 

Poor: All parts of the device are fully functional, no major damage, Phone is NOT rooted, heavy wear and tear such as scuffs, dents, and deep scratches. Touch, Face ID, NFC work (if applicable). Samsung Note models must include S Pen.

Faulty: Major software/hardware issues, phones freezes and crashes regularly, isn’t charging or connecting to a computer.  Touch, Face ID, NFC work ( if applicable). Phone sensors are not working, dust under screen or camera, significant damage or water damage. Faulty screen, casing, or rear glass. We cannot buy your phone if it’s missing components or is bent, crushed, or snapped in half.

To clear your Samsung Fold fully, you’ll need to carry out a factory reset. Just follow these steps:

  • Go to Settings
  • Scroll down to ‘About Phone’ and choose to continue
  • There should be a section named Advanced or alternatively, scroll to ‘Looking for something else?’ and choose Reset
  • ‘Factory Data Reset’ will remove all content from the device, choose this option
  • Your device may ask for a pattern, password, or PIN
  • A confirmation message will appear, if you agree then select Delete All
  • The device will restart and take a few minutes to restore to factory settings.

Yes! You can sell a broken Samsung Fold with us! We accept devices that are water damaged or cosmetically damaged. However, make sure to categorize the condition as faulty.

Check out our broken phones page for more information!

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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.