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Phone Recycling Data: Round up of July-August 2013

GADGET RECYCLING MONTHLY ROUNDUP JULY-AUGUST 2013 COMPAREMYMOBILE.COM Trade in share of brands The decline of Apples trade in market share continues as there is a lack of new Apple devices on the market. The huge Samsung sales of their 2012-13 flagship handsets are being recycled as users update to new devices. 2.2% 3.0% 8.3% 24.1% 8,3% 18.1% 19.8% Apple Samsung BlackBerry Nokia HTC Sony Ericsson Sony LG Google Top categories traded in Mobile trade ins continue to increase as Tablet and iPod volume decrease. The buzz around the new games console releases also declines as trade ins drop. 0.54% 4.48% 7.30% 85.69% Phones iPods iPads Tablet / Kindle Games Consoles Sat Navs Cameras MacBook / Mac Laptops Top depreciating brands Previously dominated by Motorola, LG continues to lose the most value for the second month in a row in our depreciation statistics. 2.00%- 2.30% 8.80% 2.90% % decrease 2.90% 8.20% 3.70% 5.30% LG Motorola Google Sony HTC Samsung BlackBerry Nokia Sony Ericsson Apple Top depreciating categories Laptops have now become the biggest losers in trade in value, however the biggest decrease shift is in the Sat Nav trade in values. Also Games Consoles continue to plummet after the. INCREASE in value they had last month following the announcements of the next gen consoles 5.13%- 7.24% -26.08% 9.95% - % decrease 10.19% 19.27% 12.59% 18.73% Laptops MacBook /Mac Games Consoles Sat Navs iPods Tablet / Kindle Phones iPads Cameras Top traded in phones The top 20 trade in list is dominated by Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry this month. The iPhone 5 continues to be one of the top traded in devices this year (3.7% of all trade ins July 2013). The top 5 Apple devices make up almost 20% of all trade ins through the website. % device share of trade ins Apple iPhone 4 16GB Samsung Galaxy S2 19100 Samsung Galaxy S3 Apple iPhone 45 16GB Apple iPhone 5 16GB BlackBerry Touch 9900 Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB BlackBerry Curve 8520 BlackBerry Curve 9300 BlackBerry Torch 9800 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 BlackBerry Bold 9780 Samsung Galaxy 54 Nokia Lumia 800 Nokia N8 Apple iPhone 4 8GB BlackBerry Curve 9320 Samsung Galaxy S 19000 BlackBerry Curve 9360 BlackBerry Bold 9700 Top traded in Android phones The Samsung Galaxy S4 jumps up again to be the 4th most popular Android device to trade in. With the 8 out of the top 20 Android phones being traded in, The Samsung Galaxy range dominate the Android trade ins this month. 15 % device share of trade ins Samsung Galaxy S2 19100 Samsung Galaxy S3 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 HTC Wildfire S HTC Wildfire Samsung Galaxy S4 HTC Sensation Samsung S5830 HTC One X Samsung Galaxy Ace HTC Desire S Sony Xperia S Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Sony Xperia Z HTC Desire HD Sony Xperia U Samsung Galaxy S 19000 HTC Desire Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Samsung Galaxy Note Best trade in value devices The Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte actually increased in value this month by £23 while the BlackBerry Porsche holds it's value like a rock still with no change in price offered for another month BlackBerry Porsche Design P9981 Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte Samsung Galaxy S4 Apple iPhone 5 64GB Apple iPhone 5 16GB Apple iPhone 5 32GB Samsung Galaxy 54 LTE Nokia 8800 Arte Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte HTC One 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Price in GBP Top depreciating devices The Sony Xperia J lost the most value in 30 days by almost 15%, closely followed by BlackBerrys Storm 9500 and Curve 8900 Sony Xperia J BlackBerry Storm 9500 BlackBerry Curve 8900 Sony Xperia Miro LG Optimus L3 E400 Motorola RaZRI HTC Hero Nokia X6 16GB LG Optimus 3D P920 HTC Windows Phone 8X 12 i8 19 10 11 12 13 14 % decrease

Phone Recycling Data: Round up of July-August 2013

shared by Ashley_Turner on Aug 27
This infographic shows a round up of recycling data from leading mobile phone recycling comparison website, between July and August 2013. The site compares over 40 UK gadget recycl...


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