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From IMEI number to battery life; 5 things to keep in mind while buying a second hand smartphone


While buying a used smartphone, it is important to keep in mind that the condition in which you are buying the phone is. The previous owner may have damaged the phone which is not visible from outside. For this, check the phone thoroughly before buying. Also, it is very important to research the model of the smartphone you are planning to buy so that you know what you are looking for in terms of features and quality.

Check IMEI Number or Serial Number

First of all, check the IMEI number or serial number of the smartphone you are planning to buy. If it is a dual SIM phone, you should see that it has 2 different numbers as each SIM card slot comes with a dedicated IMEI number. You can check this by dialing *#06# on the phone.

Keep these 5 things in mind while buying a second hand smartphone


battery health

After checking IMEI number you should see phone battery. If the battery is more than 80% bad, then you should avoid buying that phone as it could be a damaged phone with some issues.

Check the physical condition of the phone

Physical damage can also be a reason for the poor performance of the phone. Check for scratches, ports, speakers, both front and rear cameras and all parts of the phone. So that after buying the phone you will not face any kind of problem.

Verify that all functions of the phone are working

Insert the SIM, make phone calls, send messages, play games, play music, take photos and connect to Wi-Fi to verify that all of its hardware and software is working properly.

Check background of phone seller

The important thing is to know the right thing about the phone from which you are buying. If the person selling you the phone is involved in fraud, then you may also be in trouble. So keep this thing in mind.

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