Gadgix Includes the HTC One in Its New Buyback Program
An estimated 60 percent of Americans now use smartphones over traditional cell phone devices. To keep up with the growing and evolving demand for smart devices, Gadgix, a one-stop shop for all things tech, has added the HTC One Android smartphone to its lineup of buyback products.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 17, 2013
Customers can now obtain the price of HTC One devices in different conditions for selling back.
Taiwanese manufacturer HTC developed the HTC One and has so far sold over five million units since its March 2013 release. This makes it the third-runner up to the current reigning smartphone giants, the iPhone 5 and Samsung S4, which are currently in first and second place for worldwide sales, respectively. The HTC One is the follow up to last year’s acclaimed HTC One X (customers can also sell HTC One X devices through Gadgix’s Buyback program). The newest One smartphone from HTC is popularly recognized for its emphasis on optimized hardware features and advanced software specs.
Physically, the HTC One stands out from the recent herd of smart phones thanks primarily to its unique aluminum casing made for optimal aesthetic protection. Since its release, the One’s sleek metal exterior has been highly acclaimed for its superior aesthetic and protective properties and has already garnered a popular following in the market. The One also features dual front-facing stereo speakers, which were added to enhance the user’s music and video enjoyment. Its advanced front-end speakers break from the traditional practice of adding speakers in the back of the phone and have been one of its most unique and useful advancements. The One is also running on the latest smart processor out of Qualcomm, Snapdragon, which promises faster and more durable phone operating.
Over the last year, Gadgix has made it possible to sell HTC devices on their buyback platform in order to diversify its services and enhance its competitive edge. Gadgix’s Buyback program originally catered to Apple buyers and exclusively bought back iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad gadgets. With the inclusion of HTC devices, people can now also sell HTC Thunderbolt and sell HTC Incredible gadgets, predecessors to the HTC One.
Gadgix has also added other non-Apple smartphones from popular cell phone giants including Motorola, LG, Blackberry, and Samsung, which can be viewed on their website.
Gadgix (http://www.Gadgix.com) is the nation's leading high-end consumer electronics trade-in site, providing an easy, fast and safe way for consumers to get cash for their unwanted devices. Gadgix takes the risk and effort out of selling electronic gadgets online with benefits such as free shipping and packaging and comprehensive identity and data removal. To date, Gadgix has accepted more than one million trade-ins, helping consumers upgrade to the latest technology and earn quick cash. Based in Salt Lake City, UT Gadgix is privately owned.
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