What Phone Do I Have?

The easiest way is to establish what phone you have is to locate the model number. Alternatively if you have an un-operational iPhone without a model number on the back you can use our iPhone Identifier Tool.

Locate model number

Operational handset >

iPhone:

  • Go to Settings > General > About. Model Name will be displayed and if you want to see the model number, simply tap the “model number” once.

Samsung:

  • Go to Settings > About Phone
  • Open the Phone app and dial *#06# on the keypad.
Phone Settings

Un-operational handset  >

iPhone:

  • Up until the iPhone 8 the model number was printed on the rear of the device, eg A1586. If it’s not there the chances are its an a newer version which we can identify below using our iPhone Identifier Tool

Samsung:

Below are some tips if your Samsung phone is unusable;

  • All Samsung’s usually have the model number or serial number printed on the rear battery cover, eg SM-G970.
  • The IMEI, Serial Number and Model number should be printed on the official packaging or box that came with your device.
  • Contacting your network provider

Its very important to ascertain the correct model number of your device before requesting a repair by anyone as prices vary drastically. You don’t want to get mixed up between the S22 valued at £1000 and the A22 valued at around £150.

Phone Back Cover
To be sure why not send us a quick picture of the phone on Facebook

It only take a few seconds and our team will give you the reassurance you need

iPhone Identifier Tool