Sell HTC Mobile Phones
Totem® offers customers who want to sell an HTC mobile phone with some of the highest buyback prices in the industry, whether it is in perfect condition or damaged. We also accept trade in HTC phones and recycled HTC phones.
HTC, the inventor of the first Microsoft Pocket PC, was founded in 1997 in Taiwan as way to deliver cell phone/personal assistant hybrid phones to on the go professionals. HTC found early success in partnering with some of the world's leading brands, including Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, Sharp, AT&T and Verizon. In 2006, HTC released its first Windows Mobile smartphone. Since then, the growing mobile company has continued to broaden its range of devices that support various applications and operating systems, including Google's Android platform.
Totem® pays cash to customers who want to sell an HTC mobile phone. We currently accept a variety of select HTC models, including the Legend, Hero, myTouch and Tattoo. If you want to sell an HTC mobile phone, click on the model below to get a free quote. When you sell an HTC smartphone to Totem, you receive cash in as little as one week.
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Marketed as the HTC Dream, in 2008 the G1 became the first smartphone to incorporate Google's Android operating system. Offered by T-Mobile, the HTC Dream is equipped with Google features such as Gmail and Google Maps. It also includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 3MP camera, video recording, sliding five row keyboard and up to 8GB of storage. Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell an HTC Google G1 smartphone.
Sell HTC HD2 (T-Mobile and T8585 Models)
Released in 2009 under the codename HTC Leo in T-Mobile retail stores, the black HTC Touch HD2 smartphone featured the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, a powerful 1GHz CPU, an enlarged 4.3-inch touchscreen, a 5MP flash camera and an automatic ring volume adjuster. Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell an HTC HD2 smartphone.
These brushed aluminum Android phones are not only sturdy, but they are also packed with some incredible features. Both use widgets that allow customers to personalize their phone and easily switch between their business and personal life. The phones also provide accesses to a fully functioning Windows Outlook email system. In 2009, the HTC Hero was the first platform to host the HTC Sense interface. Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell an HTC Legend G3 and HTC Hero smartphone.
The HTC myTouch 3G smartphone is produced under the G2, Google Ion and Magic labels. The Android phones, which are marketed by T-Mobile, are equipped with Google services, including Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps and more. Released in 2009, the popular HTC Magic features an onscreen keyboard, 3.2MP autofocus camera, video capabilities and the capacity to store up to 16GB of data. Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell an HTC myTouch 3G smartphone.
HTC released Google's flagship smartphone in early 2010. The Nexus One operates on an unlocked Android system and includes unique features such as voice to text transcription, dynamic noise suppression and a color-changing trackball. It is also equipped with a voice-guided GPS navigation system, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell an HTC Nexus One G5 smartphone.
Also known as the G4, A3288 and the Click, the HTC Tattoo was the second Android phone to adapt the HTC Sense interface. Released in 2009, the smartphone is equipped with most standard HTC features, as well as an FM radio with Radio Data System. It is also the first phone that can be customized with plastic covers. Totem® is currently paying cash to customers who want to sell an HTC Tattoo smartphone.