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Sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with musicMagpie! 

Samsung needed a hit after the Galaxy Note 7 disaster and they duly delivered with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Launched in August 2018, the Galaxy Note 8 boasts a 6.3” Super AMOLED Infinity Display (the largest ever Samsung screen at the time), an ultra-powerful Exynos 8895 chipset and now-standard features like wireless charging, dust and water resistance, and the S Pen.

The Galaxy Note 8 went a long way to fixing Samsung’s reputation but it has since been replaced by the Galaxy Note 9, which itself is set to be replaced by the Galaxy Note 10 at some point in 2019.

If you’re planning to upgrade soon, sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with musicMagpie – the UK’s most trusted phone recycler!

How to sell your Samsung Galaxy Note 8

To trade-in your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, simply tell us the capacity and condition of your handset and we’ll give you a FREE instant price.

Thanks to our Tech Price Promise, you’re guaranteed to get the first price we offer or you can request your device back for FREE.

Next, pop your phone into a box and send it to us for FREE. Once it arrives, our expert team will check it over and we’ll pay you the same day by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque.

We’ve paid more than £350 million to over 6 million happy customers and we’ve won Best Recycling Service at the What Mobile Awards four years running too. So join millions of super smart phone sellers and turn your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 into cash today!

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Which Samsung Galaxy Note 8 do I have?

You can find your storage capacity in settings, as well as on the original packaging.