Sell GH-T309

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GH-T309


Samsung SGH-T309

 

Do you want to sell or trade your Samsung SGH-T309?

 

Yes? Good, you’re at the right place.

 

But first, I need you to determine if you want to trade your phone for a better version, or if you want to sell it for cash?  

 

After you decide, we’ll walk you through the steps to cash in or trade up.

 

In the meantime, let’s review your phone.

 

Design & Build 

It’s already weird enough to walk around carrying a flip phone these days. But it’s even weirder when that flip phone looks funny. I mean … The phone isn’t ugly. It just looks odd. If you sit it next to a desktop, I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if you mistake the phone for a computer mouse.

 

Perhaps, I should cut it some slack. The Samsung SGH-T309 is ancient afterall. The Samsung SGH-T309 was released way back in 2006. This is the same year Sony released the PS3 and when BlackBerry was considered cutting-edge mobile technology. And … Oh yeah, iPhones didn’t exist. So the retro corky design of the SGH-T309 kinda speaks for itself.

 

While it’s not winning any beauty contest, the phone does what it’s supposed to do. Back in those days, people were just happy with having a small, lightweight, reliable cell phone. Features were more like “Oh, that’s cool.” kind of thing. But it wasn’t a top priority. Most importantly, the phone had to work in a world still new to cellular devices.

 

Samsung SGH-T309 is a solid build. It has a curved top edge, internal antenna, and it’s easy to hold. The phone has a 1-inch external display that doesn’t show a picture caller ID. Instead, it shows time, battery life, date, signal strength, and caller ID. The internal display is slightly bigger, coming in at 1.75-inch with 128 x 160 pixel resolution and 64,000 color display. While the external screen isn’t adjustable, you can adjust the internal screen. Settings like backlight, contrast, brightness, font size, and font color can all be adjusted.

 

The five-way navigation toggle is small and hard to use. It doesn’t give you much thumb space and is prone to misdials. The OK button in the center doubles as a shortcut to T-Mobile’s T-zones. Plus, the toggle shortcuts can access tools like camera, voice memos, text, and contacts with one touch. The left soft key is a shortcut to the main-menu while the right soft key is a shortcut to the phone book. The keypad buttons are also difficult to dial. They’re small and flat. But the keypad backlight is bright, making it easy to see in the dark.

 

Features 

As I stated before, features weren't on the verge when the Samsung SGH-T309 was released. But it still has some useful features. For example, the SGH-T309 has a very large phone book that stores up to 1,000 unique contacts. Plus, with a SIM card, it can store an additional 250 contacts. The phone book can hold five separate numbers, an email address, and organize contacts into caller groups. It can also pair contacts with one of 15 polyphonic ringtones or with one of 15 MP3 tones. It can also pair contacts with a photo.

 

Incoming call settings can be set to vibration only, ring only, vibration then ring, or silence. You can deactivate and activate silence by holding down the # key. The call quality is great and the speakerphone has excellent sound quality. However, the battery life isn’t all that great. You can expect to get 4.5 hours max for talk time and 216 hours on standby.

 

There’s no Bluetooth connectability or headphone jack. So you know what that means: no immersive music experience. That’s sad. Considering it could have come in handy if you need something small and lightweight that could play music and make calls if you’re on a run or something.

 

Other features include text and multimedia messages, voice memos, and notepad. Also includes PC syncing, calculator, datebook, and world clock. And more features include a unit converter, a timer, a stopwatch, and an alarm clock.

 

Sell Samsung SGH-T309

Now that we got the review out of the way, let’s discuss your selling options.

There’s two available deals for your Samsung SGH-T309. You can choose to:

Sell Samsung SGH-T309 for cash or

Trade in Samsung SGH-T309

 

Sell Samsung SGH-T309 for cash 

If you want cash return, this option is for you.

 

Preparing to sell your Samsung SGH-T309 is pretty easy. Just follow these steps:

Transfer all your files to another device or an external storage device

Make sure you remove all passwords and give access

Restore your phone to factory settings

 

Done! That’s it.

 

Now you can sell your phone.

 

Trade in Samsung SGH-T309

If you don’t want cash, you can trade in Samsung SGH-T309 instead.

 

Just follow the same steps listed above.

 

When you finish completing the steps, trading your phone will be a cinch.

 

Conclusion 

That pretty much wraps everything up.

 

Now it’s all up to you.

 

Will you sell your Samsung SGH-T309 for cash, or maybe you’ll like to trade it in for something else of your choosing?

 

Either way, make sure you get the best deals and services by using sites like Gimogo as a medium for trade.

 

Specification

Platform

OS: (proprietary)

Processor: ?

 

Capacity

Internal storage: 10 MP

Expandable storage: Not expandable

 

Display

Type: LCD (TFT/TFD)

External screen: 1-inch

Internal screen: 1.75-inch (128 x 160 pixel resolution)

 

Size and Weight

Dimensions: 3.7 x 1.9 x 1 in (94 x 48 x 25.4 mm)

Weight: 3.25 oz (92 g)

 

Camera

Main camera: 640 x 480 pixels resolution

Video: 176 x 144 pixels resolution

 

Battery

Type: ? mAh, removable

Talk time: Up to 4.5 hrs

Standby time: 216 hrs

 

Color

Black