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Phone Recycling Data: Round up of May 2013

GADGET RECYCLING MONTHLY ROUNDUP MAY-JUNE 2013 Trade in share of brands Apple has lost 20% of the trade in market share since January 2013, 5% of this was in the last month following several big handset releases from other manufacturers, resulting in an increase of trade ins in non Apple devices 0.80% 3.20% 8.30% 8.40% 40.40% 16.10% 18.10% - Apple BlackBerry Samsung HTC Nokia Sony Ericsson Sony Google IG Top categories being traded in Mobile phones still remain the most popular device to recycle. Back in January 2013 mobile phones held 87.27% of the trade ins going through the site, now in the end of Q2 they are 83.70% showing a good increase of Tablet, iPod and Games Console trade ins 5.14%-0.58% 8.66% 83.70% Phones iPods iPads Tablet / Kindle Games Consoles Sat Navs Cameras MacBook / Mac Laptops Top depreciating brands - Timescale (90 days) No dramatic decreases, if anything the depreciation of the top manufacturers has remained stable in Q2 of this year -2.91 -7.79 20.33 -7.97 % decrease -8.1 -12.97 -8.48 -10.96 -9.14- Motorola Google Samsung Nokia Sony Ericsson BlackBerry Apple Sony HTC Top depreciating categories - Timescale (30 days) WOW! Since the announcement of the new xBox, recyclers have upped their prices offered for old games consoles by 9.15%. This is up by almost 20% since 01/04/13. iPods and cameras have also seen an increase in trade in value. +9.15%- -8.51% % decrease +2.54% - +0.65% --7.65% -3.07% -7.47% - Phones MacBook / Mac Tablet / Kindle iPads Cameras iPods Games Consoles Top traded in phones The main influence here is the Samsung Galaxy S4 release. The Galaxy S2 and S3 have jumped up their trade in volumes by 14-38% in the past few weeks. The Samsung S4 is now the 18th most traded in device following it's release taking up 1.41% of all trade ins through the site. Apple iPhone 4 - 16GB Samsung Galaxy S2 BlackBerry Curve 8520 Apple IPhone 4S 16GB Samsung Galaxy S3 Apple iPhone 5 16GB Apple iPhone 3GS 16GB BlackBerry Curve 9300 BlackBerry Torch 9800 BlackBerry Touch 9900 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 HTC Wildfire Nokia NS BlackBerry Bold 9780 HTC Wildfire S BlackBerry Bold 9700 Samsung Galaxy S i19000 Samsung Galaxy S4 BlackBerry Curve 9360 Apple iPhone 3GS 8GB 15 Top traded in Android phones Following the Galaxy S4 release, popular Galaxy range fans still dominate the charts. Despite the natural depreciation of older models when a new one is releases, and the price drops by recyclers to control the volumes they receive of Galaxy phones, consumers are still happy with the trade in value offered Samsung Galaxy S2 Samsung Galaxy S3 Samsung Galaxy S 19000 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 HTC Wildfire HTC One X HTC Wildfire S HTC Desire Samsung Galaxy Note Sony Xperia S HTC Sensation Samsung Galaxy Ace HTC Desire HD HTC Desire S Samsung S5830 Sony Xperia U Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini HTC Desire C Samsung Tocco Lite S5230 0.5 1 1.5 2.5 3.5 Best trade in value devices You can still get up to £360 for your old mobile phone, the latest releases from Apple. Samsung and HTC dominate this list for ovbvious reasons, with prices this good we see a large volume of people trading in brand new phones after contract upgrades (as seen by the S4 entering the top 20 traded in phones this month) BlackBerry Porsche Design P9981 Samsung Galaxy S4 Apple iPhone 5 64GB Apple IPhone 5 32GB Apple iPhone 5 16GB HTC One Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte Nokia 8800 Arte Sony Xperia Z Apple iPhone 45 64GB BlackBerny Z10 Apple iPhone 45 32GB Nokia 8800 Gold Arte Apple IPhone 45 64GB White BlackBerry Q10 Apple iPhone 45 16GB Apple iPhone 45 32GB White Apple iPhone 45 16GB White 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Top depreciating devices Percentage drop over (90 days) This month the depreciation data is mostly old devices still, however the release of the Samsung Galaxy S4 has inevitably seen the drop in trade in value of the S1, S2 and S3 by 20-34% Motorola Atrix Sony Xperia J Sony Ericsson XPERIA X8 Nokia N86 8MP Motorola Defy Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Samsung Tocco Ultra S8300 Nokia 6303i Classic HTC One V BlackBerry Z10 HTC Radar HTC Windows Phone 8X Nokia 6300 Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo Nokia N97 Nokla X3-02 HTC Windows Phone 8S BlackBerry Curve 9300 Samsung Galaxy S2 19100 Nokia N95 8GB 10 20 30 40 50 Media Contacts Ashley Turner Tel: +44 (0) 7590 116 943 Email: ashley(at)comparemymobile(dot)com TRUSTPILOT COMPARE MY MOBILE MY "Excellent" .COM Available on the App Store f facebook/comparemymobile 8 youtubelcomparemymobile P pinterest/comparemymobile GET ON Google play

Phone Recycling Data: Round up of May 2013

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This graphic shows a round up of gadget recycling data from May to June 2013. It was made by, a site that compares over 40 gadget recyclers using consumer reviews to tell customers...


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