Recycling mobile can lead consumers to "fantastic" Samsung Galaxy S
26 November 2010 — 6:47 PM
The Samsung Galaxy S is a handset that many people may consider well worthy of recycling a mobile phone for.
Taking a look at the accessories available to add extra style to the model for CNET UK, industry expert Flora Graham says the "fantastic" mobile has benefited significantly from a recent update.
"Although you won't have the choice of swag you do with the iPhone, at least Samsung tends to put out some very cool official merchandise, from cases to cables," she explains.
A case in particular can be a shrewd purchase, as the phone is light and perhaps vulnerable to damage.
Ms Graham recommends the FlexiShield Skin, which is "rubbery enough to bounce" but does not interfere with the running of the handset.
Another product that receives the backing of the author is a battery case, which adds up to 8.5 hours of talk time to the power supply.
The Samsung Galaxy S offers users features such as the latest news, weather information and stock market data direct to the display screen.
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