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According to technology research firm Gartner , consumers in major markets upgrading smartphones every 18 to 20 months the inevitable question is what happens to the old device?
With consumers in mature markets upgrading their smartphones every 18 to 20 months the inevitable question is what happens to the old device?said Meike Escherich, principal research analyst at Gartner
“While only 7 percent of smartphones end up in official recycling programs, 64 percent get a second lease of life with 23 percent being handed down to other users and 41 percent being traded in or sold privately.”
Most often phones are being traded-in due to simple reason such as
The original owneк used up all storage and wanting upgrade to a bigger one
Or wanting to get a new color etc . But regardless of the reason all phones are tested before accepted to trade in and are made sure to be fully workable with no faults
The increasing demand for used high-end smartphones will impact sales of new primary units, as more consumers look to the secondhand market, according to Gartner. In North America and Western Europe alone, the market for refurbished phones will hit around $3 billion this year and will grow to $5 billion in 2017. “Many users are attracted to used high-end devices that they would not have been able to purchase at the original selling price,” according to the firm.
In the end refurbished phone is just like any other phone but sold at lower price
Refurbished mobile phones take up big share of mobile phones market and so we’re offering to be a part of this big industry.
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