Samsung launches Galaxy S20 smart machine buyback program, still worth 50% two years later

Samsung’s flagship smartphone is clearly not as high as Apple’s iPhone, the leader of the Android camp. Yet this year’s Galaxy S20 series seems to have given Samsung more courage. Media outlet Droid-Life points out that the company has just launched an unusual buyback program for its own stores, and that the galaxy S20 series models in good condition can receive a 50% value guarantee within two years.

Samsung launches Galaxy S20 smart machine buyback program, still worth 50% two years later

Compared to the current price of the Galaxy S9 Refurbishment on Amazon for less than $270 (initially $720), the new 128GB version of the Galaxy S20 Ultra model ($1,400) is expected to be repurchased in 24 months.

Even if you don’t want to continue using the new Samsung smartphone, officials will be able to make good on that promise. Of course, this is if your equipment is still in a satisfactory state of full operation and not worn out of normal range.

In addition, users can only apply for one repurchase transaction at a time, and the galaxy S20 model (currently available for $799) must also be purchased at the original price of $999, otherwise they can only be repurchased for $499.

This may be good news for those who don’t often carry their devices with them. If you’re convinced that your “hands” have always been good, the buyback price after two years will obviously make more sense than the quote on Craigslist.