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Sell Your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Online

There is a very popular saying that goes “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” and that is exactly what Samsung did with their 2018 flagship models, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

Rather than go back to the drawing board and try something entirely new, Samsung decided to retain the aesthetically appealing and feature-packed design of their previous flagship models and find long-lasting solutions to the most prevalent issues that were hard to ignore on the previous models.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 series also comes with some vastly improved hardware features that make it the smartphone to beat. Most notably among these hardware features is the revolutionary variable apertures that offer a great deal of similarity to the apertures of a full-size DSLR, the first of its kind on a smartphone. Powered by its brand new 12MP super speed dual pixel sensor, the phone automatically analyzes the scene and switch to the most suitable aperture to either let in more or less light and deliver truly exceptional images.

The positioning of the fingerprint scanner on the previous flagship models was exasperating for many, leading to widespread criticism of the brand. Samsung responded by flipping its horizontal camera and fingerprint sensor setup vertically on the S9, thus making it easier to access and place your finger.

With an impeccable design, brilliant and high-standard performance, and a superb camera, the Samsung Galaxy S9 series has all that it takes to be at the top of the smartphone pile for a couple of years or more, but that doesn’t it isn’t without its quirks as well. For some people, the S9 series is more of a refinement to address the imperfection the previous flagships rather than an innovation, and when you consider some things, you wouldn’t want to argue otherwise.

Reasons to Sell Your Samsung Galaxy S9

Iterative Design

Apart from the somewhat recycled design, Samsung still finds it difficult to perfectly blend its array of industry-defining features with Google’s suite of connected services, and the sheer prowess of its top-of-the-line hardware is still not fully optimized for the Android OS. This, for some people, is a big turn-off as they would expect a phone that costs $720 (and $840 for its Plus-sized variant) to live up to its expectations in all aspects. For this reason, they wouldn’t mind selling off their Samsung S9 just to get something that’s more streamlined to their taste.

As we all earnestly anticipate the new iteration of Smartphones that the incoming year has to offer, you may be thinking of selling your pricey Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus but uncertain of the best way to go about it. Well, if that is the case, then you are in for a great deal. At the moment, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones remain the latest flagship models from Samsung and thus attract a very high rate from many buyback sites which means you can easily offset the cost of your next smartphone or save the cash for some other purposes.

Furthermore, there is a higher resale value for every Smartphone that is brought in a pristine condition, so if your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are void of scuffs and scratches, you will be getting an irresistible offer from these buyback sites.

Unpredictable Release of Software Updates and Monthly Security Patches

For several years now, Samsung continually fails to keep up with Google’s Android OS update program for Android smartphones, much to the dismay of their teeming users.

For a phone that is as expensive as the Samsung Galaxy S9, getting timely software and updates shouldn’t be an issue at all. However, the Samsung brand operates a very slow OTA update schedule that rarely pushes out the monthly security patches, and when it eventually does, it would be way behind schedule. This is a good enough reason to sell your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus on buyback sites and move to the Google’s Pixel line up where you can get the very latest OS updates and security patches as soon as Google releases them.

Cracked Screen

Although it boasts of significantly thicker glass and stronger metal frame than its predecessors, your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus is still very fragile. Results from real-life usage and drop tests have indicated that there was only a marginal difference between the phone’s scratch resistance capability and its immediate predecessors. Just as with other handheld devices, your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are more likely to suffer a cracked screen before any other issue comes up, and this will continue to be until the OEMs come up with a screen that won’t break during a drop event.

From hairline cracks to a completely shattered screen, you can still make some cash from your phone before it completely packs up and even at that, you are still going to end up with something. From every indication, selling your Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus on a buyback site will be worth your while as you get to trade them in at juicy rates rather than confine them to your cell phone drawer.

How to Sell your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Get a mouth-watering deal for your phones today. Sell your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus at a Buyback Boss and get the highest monetary value you can never see elsewhere, not even with your wireless carrier.

The process is simple. Select your Samsung Galaxy S9 model from the list, and you will get an instant quote. If you are pleased with the offer, you will be asked to ship your device at no cost (the buyback site bears the cost) to a specified location. Payment is swift and prompt, and you get to select your preferred mode of payment to ensure an hitch-free transaction.