We do more than hit the reset button. Before any device gets labeled Samsung Certified Pre-Owned, it gets completely taken apart and rebuilt by the same engineers who build our new phones. They replace worn out pieces, and we include the same one-year warranty our new phones come with for extra peace of mind.
At the moment, the only model available is the Galaxy S7. I also considered the Galaxy S8 at $499, but the S7 at $349.99 won out. I like that the S7 has a MicroSD slot for extra storage. It was a nice feature on my Galaxy S2 that I’ve missed having with the Nexus 5. A Google Pixel 2 would have been a nice replacement, but it’s a pretty spendy device and I hear the Pixel 3 is just around the corner.
With 32GB on the S7, I’ll have plenty of room compared to the 16GB I had with the Nexus 5. It was getting pretty crowded with all the apps I wanted to keep on my N5.
Hopefully S7 will be here by the end of the week or early next week. Should be fun to play with.