More than three-quarters of Americans own a smartphone — and many are using them for more than just calling. A corporate phone upgrade or excess devices from a change in staff is a potentially untapped IT asset. buys a variety of smartphone devices using a simple and efficient process to pay you top market prices for smartphone devices. buys smartphone devices from businesses, corporate enterprises, and government agencies. Smartphones, VoIP phones, and corporate smart conference phones give businesses of all sizes a competitive advantage by making tools and information mobile and adaptable. The popular brands for smart cell phone we are buying include Apple, Samsung, LG, Google, 1 Plus, Motorola, HTC, Nokia, Huawei, ZTE, Blackberry, Sony, and more.

What We Buy

Apple iPhone

Did you know that Apple has sold over 1 billion iPhones? And those who use them, swear by them. Which means there is always a market for these phones. When it is time to upgrade, we can help you get the best deal for your unwanted iPhone. We buy both new and used models. Some of the most popular models include iPhone 12 Pro, Pro Max, and Mini; iPhone 11 Pro, Pro Max, iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, X; iPhone 8, 8 Plus; iPhone 7, 7 Plus; iPhone 6, 6S, 6S Plus; iPhone SE, and more.


Other smartphones

We buy all recent models of smart cellphones from popular brands including Samsung, LG, Google, 1 Plus, Motorola, HTC, Nokia, Huawei, ZTE, Blackberry, Sony and more. We buy cellphones from the following list and more:

  • Samsung Galaxy phone: Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy S9 series.
  • Google Pixel 5, Pixel 4a with 5G, Pixel 4a.
  • OnePlus 9 5G, OnePlus 9 Pro 5G, OnePlus Nord N10 5G, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8T.
  • Motorola Razor, Motorola Edge, Motorola One.
  • Xiaomi Mi 11, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC, Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 pro, Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro

Smart VoIP phone system

VoIP phones use internet technology for telephone communications instead of traditional copper telephone wiring. More than one-third of businesses, especially those with fewer than 50 employees, have transitioned to this technology to integrate with their technology systems.

We buy all various VoIP phones including the standard Desktop VoIP phones and systems, Wireless IP Phones, Video VoIP Phones and Systems, Video Conferencing Phones and Systems, as well as some certified phones such as Microsoft Teams VoIP phones, Skype phones and Zoom phones and accessories like VoIP Headsets, IP clocks, IP speakers, and IP Intercoms. We also buy VoIP Gateways, PCI Cards for Telephony systems, PBX appliances, and more. We buy all major and minor brands such as Cisco, Polycom, Grandstream, Yealink, Yamaha, Avaya, Konftel, Jabra, clearOne etc.


How to Sell Smartphone/Corporate Phone Tech to Us

At, we make it simple to turn your extra IT assets into cash that you can use, including smartphones, VoIP phones, and corporate phone systems. We are an established company with a global customer base that specializes in dealing with corporate and enterprise IT assets.

How it works:

  1. Request a quote online.
  2. Ship your products using a prepaid shipping label.
  3. Receive your payment in as little as one business day.

We guarantee a fast and simple process so that you don’t have to deal with the hassle of selling your extra technology components.

Benefits of selling your technology to us:

  • Top prices paid for your technology based on our global market.
  • Hassle-free selling process with fast payment.
  • Quick, transparent communication.
  • Free shipping.

Guide to Buying a Smartphone

These days, a smartphone is more of a pocket-sized computer than a telephone. While making phone calls over a wireless network is still a primary use for these devices, they can do so much more. That also means that shopping for a capable smartphone device takes a lot more tech-savviness today than it used to. Here is a quick guide to the specs you should be looking for.


Similar to a desktop computer, performance is important in these pocket-sized devices. The processor and RAM components will give the best indication of potential performance. A good processor will allow your device to function seamlessly with no lag in booting up or running apps. And a sufficient amount of random access memory (RAM) will make sure that your device can run multiple background apps simultaneously for the best user experience.

Popular processors for smartphones include Snapdragon, Apple A13 Bionic, Exynos 990, and Kirin 990. Mid-range and budget devices may use Snapdragon 730 and 730G, Snapdragon 675, Media Tek Helio  G90T or G85. When it comes to RAM, a good amount for most users is 6 - 8 GB. Some high-powered smartphone devices offer more RAM, upwards of 12 - 16 GB. However, practical use for most smartphones does not require this much memory. Economical users can even get away with as little as 3 - 4 GB.


Next on the table after performance is the smartphone display. Screen sizes and resolutions continue to increase. For games and media, a minimum screen size of 5.7 inches is necessary. Some of the largest displays go up to 6.7 inches, but whether you prefer a 5.5, 6, or 6+ inch screen is a matter of personal preference.

In addition to size, there are two primary display technologies. LCD and AMOLED refer to the display technology. Many capable smartphones use LCD technology with great success. But the models that have adopted variations of AMOLED tend to have better contrast, richer colors, and darker blacks.

And, when it comes to display technology, we aren’t quite done yet. Display resolution is another important specification that factors into the overall experience. Modern smartphones typically come in Full HD, Full HD+, and Quad HD. The differences between these technologies are minimal for most users.


The average smartphone user has 80 apps on their phone at any given time. Plus, a variety of media like photos, videos, and games. All of this takes a lot of memory. Buying a phone with the appropriate amount of storage is important to the practicality of the device. Low-end models start at 64 GB with mainstream flagship models ranging between 128 GB and 512 GB.

Battery Life

All of these performance specs don’t mean much if your battery doesn’t last through the day. The goal for most smartphone models is to require a single charge for one day of use. However, intense media usage and increasingly demanding apps continue to stress the limitations of battery technology. Know your personal usage habits and look for a phone that can offer 8 - 10 hours of screen time.

Camera Quality

From streaming to family photos, smartphone devices have all but replaced traditional personal photography equipment. And for good reason, they are accessible and capable. Almost everyone has a smartphone with a good quality camera in their pocket. In 2020 and beyond, multi-camera devices are the norm. These phones have a primary lens, wide angle lens, and portrait lens built right into the device.

Some fancy bells and whistles on limited models might also include Time of Flight sensors, macro lenses, color filter lenses. However, these features are a little more trendy and may not stick around. Whereas we are confident that multi-camera phones with high megapixel counts aren’t going anywhere.

High megapixel counts can be a good indicator of image quality, but they don’t guarantee good image quality on their own. The sensor size is equally important to capturing a good photo. As a final word of warning, the 108MP sensors seem to be plagued with image quality issues like fringing and autofocus distortion.

Top Smartphones of 2021

Manufacturers release new models every year or two. Some of those models get a lot of attention in development and some are rushed through to meet consumer demand. Let’s take a look at what is hot this year.

iPhone 13 Range

Apple is working on new models that will feature a variety of upgrades with a release date tentatively set for Fall 2021. Users can expect to see screens with higher refresh rates, increased storage capabilities up to 1 TB, in-screen fingerprint scanners for enhanced security, better cameras, and longer-lasting batteries.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3

The primary draw to Samsungs incoming Galaxy Z Fold is the foldable screen design. There may also be an RGB light strip integrated into the design for another aesthetics upgrade. We are also hopeful that the new device will integrate Samsung’s S Pen stylus and include an in-screen camera.

OnePlus 9T

Slated for December 2021, the new model from OnePlus will feature an upgraded screen with full HD+ resolution. The model also includes big improvements to processing power with a new chip and functional improvements to the camera and battery.

Nokia 10

Nokia’s newest model will become available in some parts of the world by late summer 2021. The phone will feature several notable upgrades, including an in-screen selfie camera, a Penta-lens camera, and a 108MP or 200MP main sensor. The device will be powered by a 6,000 mAh battery and run on a Snapdragon 888 chipset.

Huawei P50

We are excited for the mega-performance-boosting specs of the incoming Huawei model. The global release date is still pending, but the phone should be available in China by August 2021. The most significant specs on this high-end phone model include the Kirin 9000 chipset and a 6.6-inch curved screen. The phone is designed to run Harmony OS and has redesigned the camera to include an extra-large sensor for great photos and a distinctive housing.

OnePlus Nord 2

The new model from OnePlus looks strikingly similar to its predecessor, the OnePlus 9 Pro. But it will feature an upgraded 90 Hz AMOLED screen and a slightly larger screen size of 6.55 inches.

Xiaomi Mi Note 11

The brand has been tight-lipped about its plans for the next iteration of the Xiaomi Mi Note. The previous version which was released in 2019 quickly became a fan-favorite mid-range phone. We expect another great release with the Xiaomi Mi Note 11, we just have to be patient enough to wait for it.

Why Businesses are Changing to VoIP Phone Systems

Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems offer flexible and scalable phone technology that integrates with modern technology. These systems are great for smaller businesses and those looking to take advantage of the mobility and flexibility that VoIP offers.

VoIP phone systems offer clearer calls at a fraction of the price compared to traditional phone systems. Plus, features like voicemail, email, and videoconferencing are integrated into one system that is scalable — making it easy to add lines as you grow. And VoIP phone systems are uniquely suited for keeping remote workers connected through a central communication system. As more workers shift to remote, VoIP technology is proving to be the right technology for the future of business communications.

We buy many different brands and models of touchscreen VoIP video phones, video conferencing phones, as well as specific models for Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, and Zoom meetings. If you have extra business phone systems, we can help you get the most money out of your extra technology with a simple buy-back process.

Do you have something other than a smartphone system to sell? buys all of your extra IT assets. We offer the best prices available for trade-ins on many different types of technology, including data center equipment, computer memory, GPUs, SSDs, and more. buys smartphone and VoIP technology from all major brands like those listed above and many more. If you have smartphone, VoIP, or corporate phone technology to sell, please fill out our quote request form to get started. pays the highest prices available on the market for your excess IT assets. is committed to making it easy for you to sell your excess IT assets. We have a simple process and offer top prices on the market for a wide variety of technology assets. Fill out our online form to get the process started today!

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