Galaxy Note 5

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How much does a Galaxy Note 5 cost?

Galaxy Note 5 prices start at $64 and cost $88 on average as of August 2022.

Galaxy Note 5 prices will continue to get cheaper over time. Samsung phones hold their value well, but prices will continue to drop as time passes and new models are announced. Buy used and get the best price today on Swappa.

Current Prices for Galaxy Note 5

Updated August 2022

# Carrier Storage Avg Price
1 Sprint 32 GB $97
2 Verizon 32 GB $86
3 T-Mobile 32 GB $72

What's the best price for a Galaxy Note 5?

The best price for Galaxy Note 5 is $64 for 32GB.

Galaxy Note 5 Price Trends

Updated August 2022

How does storage affect Galaxy Note 5 price?

Storage size is generally a major factor affecting Galaxy Note 5 prices. The average sale price for the 32 GB Galaxy Note 5 was $98 in July 2022, compared to $98 in February 2022. The average sale price for the 64 GB Galaxy Note 5 was $ in July 2022, compared to $105 in February 2022.

Current Storage Prices for Galaxy Note 5

Updated August 2022

Storage Avg list price Avg sale price
32 GB $88 $101
64 GB - $103

Unlocked Galaxy Note 5 Price

Unlocked Galaxy Note 5 generally fetch a higher price on the Swappa marketplace due to increased demand for broader compatibility.

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When is the right time to buy Galaxy Note 5?

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