Xperia S

Take a look at the list below to get the best price for you Sony Xperia S.

Click on the 'Sell Now' button to get the cash for your Sony Xperia S.

You can get anything from £4.00 to £4.00.

Before you sell your device, please tell us your experiences about the Sony Xperia S.

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If it doesn't help please feel free to contact us stating the brand and model of the phone you think you have and we will point you in the right location.

Sony Xperia S is packing a 4.3-inch display with 720 by 1280 pixels of resolution and a MSM8260 dual-core chipset clocked at 1.5GHz. 12-megapixel camera with an Exmor R sensor will be present on its back side, a front-facing shooter is present as well. In terms of storage, 32 gigs are at your disposal. Unfortunately, instead of Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 2.3 Gingerbread will come out of the box, but an update is scheduled for the second half of 2012.

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Mobile Phone Xchange Overall rating of 3 stars Sony Xperia S £4.00 Sell Now
EE Recycle Overall rating of 3.5 stars Sony Xperia S £4.00 Sell Now
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Mobile Phone Xchange £4.00 Sell
EE Recycle £4.00 Sell

Why don't you add a price watch on the Sony Xperia S?

A price watch will allow you to set a minimum price you hope to get for your device. When the price hits that level we will send you an email with details of how to sell.

An example is Mr Smith wants to get at least £100 for his device but he wants to keep it for a little longer. Recycle My Device will send an email to Mr Smith as soon as the phone comparison price hits £100. Mr Smith can then decide whether to sell the device for £100 or keep the phone.
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