Recycling mobile phone in favour of Huawei G7002 may be profitable
5 November 2010 — 7:02 PM
Pound-for-pound, consumers may end up with a significantly greater phone if they recycle their current mobile and switch to the Huawei G7002.
Damien McFerran, reviewing the handset for CNET UK, admits it may not stand out as vastly superior to other smartphones, but it has one huge advantage – its price.
Typically retailing at about £90, the Huawei device offers customers a lot of mobile for their money.
Indeed, many may find they can make a profit by recycling their existing model for money with a firm such as Envirofone and splashing out less on its replacement.
"Despite the myriad shortcomings of its hardware, the Huawei G7002 still packs an astonishing amount of tech. When you peruse the spec sheet ... it makes the retail price even more remarkable," the author concludes.
As well as its production of smartphones, Huawei is recognised for its work in storage, networks and internet software.
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