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Sell Google Locked S20 Ultra

To sell your phone select the required fields

  • Condition

  • Lock Status


Phone is New, Never Used or shows no signs of previous use.



Phone with excessive wear and tear, including: Screen with large number of scratches and/or deep scratches. Phone can have either a Cracked Screen or Cracked Back (both sides cannot be cracked, please see Poor/Broken). LCD must be in Excellent Condition - No Dead Pixels, Screen Burn, Ghost Images.



Phone shows light to moderate wear, including: Light Scratches on Screen Frame or Back. All Buttons work without issue. Phone is Fully Functional.



Phone must Power On. Damage can include Liquid Damage, LCD Damage, Cracked Screen and Cracked Back, or Bent Frame.

How Much Is My Locked Galaxy S20 Ultra Worth

A Passcode Locked or FRP-locked S20 Ultra is worth less than an unlocked phone because it is not usable for its intended purpose. The lock prevents the owner from accessing the user interface, apps, and settings. The device is only useful as a source of parts to repair other devices.


Specifications like carrier and storage have no impact on the value of this device since the phone can’t be used on any network or downloaded apps. It’s only useful to those who need parts like batteries, LCD displays, and cameras to fix other devices.


The passcode and FRP locks render the device completely unusable, which means that anyone buying this device is doing so strictly for components. This drastically reduces its value since consumers would rather buy devices they can use instead of just parts. The lack of usability also makes the device more difficult to resell, making it more attractive to purchase for parts instead of using it as a functional phone.


Locking a phone also prevents access to its internal storage and data, meaning that all personal information stored on the device becomes inaccessible unless someone can break into it with specialized knowledge or software tools. This tends to further reduce its value in comparison to an unlocked device since there is no guarantee that any data stored on the device will remain secure from malicious third parties looking to exploit any vulnerabilities present in the phone’s security system.


In conclusion, a locked Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is worth less than an unlocked version due to its complete lack of usability and security issues associated with trying to access its internal storage or data. It makes sense that Recell Cellular buys such devices primarily for parts since they can still be useful even though they may no longer make great phones themselves anymore.

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