Buy Used Android Phones Confidently

Sellers run comprehensive

Sellers run comprehensive diagnostic tests on phones before they are listed.

diagnostics

Buyers validate diagnostic testing on our mobile app when they receive the phone.

Pay

Smart contracts release payment to seller only when diagnostic tests match.

Relax, a three month warranty comes with your phone purchase!

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Our Promise

Better Prices

Better Prices

With no middlemen, buyers pay less, and sellers get more

More Transparency

Advanced diagnostics tools give buyers confidence in the condition of seller's phones

Tighter Security

Smart contracts hold buyers and sellers accountable, keeping unscrupulous players away
FAQs about buying used Android Phones
Is it worth it to buy a used Android phone?
You can save hundreds of dollars by shopping pre-owned Android phones at Glyde instead of buying new or elsewhere online! Our marketplace lets sellers list their Android phones at reasonable prices. Whether you’re looking for your favorite LG phone or a mainstream Samsung model, you can search for it here on Glyde. So yes, it’s worth it to buy a used Android phone!
Is there a difference between a used and refurbished Android phone?
The terms used and refurbished are often used almost interchangeably. While used is a blanket term for used phones, refurbished typically implies that the phone has gone through repairs or inspections. However, not all retailers or manufacturers have the same standards for refurbished phones. At Glyde, you don’t have to worry – every seller runs a diagnostic test on their phone before it’s listed, and they won’t get your money until you run that same test to make sure it’s the phone you purchased.
When do Android phone prices drop?
Android phones fit under a big umbrella. From Samsung to Nokia, price drops aren’t always consistent. But, you can generally count on used Android phone prices to drop over time, especially if they’re recent models that are being replaced by brand new ones. After awhile, used phone prices tend to plateau when they’re no longer within a few generations of the newest model.