Mobile recycling could get users the Nokia C7
19 November 2010 — 12:00 PM
Getting money for old mobile phones may be an increasingly attractive option for a number of consumers with the option of a new phone from Nokia.
Flora Graham took a closer look at the Nokia C7 smartphone for CNET UK, suggesting it "looks and feels the steely business" and added its battery life defines stamina.
She notes the handset is available at a decent price and states users will benefit from its slim metal case and heaps of features.
"In our tests, the C7 scoffed at the prospect of daily charging ... If we were going on a long trip to a place without plugs, like Glastonbury, we'd pack the C7," she said.
Users with an eye for photography may also be tempted by the device as it has an eight-megapixel camera and photos and video can easily be transferred to a PC with the use of a USB cable.
Mari Smith, co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day, recently suggested Facebook is becoming increasingly important for communication.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: “If your phone is always running out of battery, it can leave you in some tricky situations. Why not upgrade to a handset like the C7? You could even trade-in your old mobile for cash.”
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