Decisions made easier for mobile recycling consumers
23 December 2008 — 3:11 PM
Recycling old mobile phones can lead to a difficult decision when considering the latest mobile phones, but one article has listed some of the best around.
Those looking to trade up their used mobile phones for a handset that offers the very best in high speed, web-enabled smartphones may be interested in infosynch's fastest five of 2008.
First of all, the website draws attention to the Nokia N95 8GB, an Nseries device which is noted as the quickest from the Finnish manufacturer's range, with "plenty of media upload features" to boot.
The HTC Touch Diamond, which uses the Opera Mobile 9.5 web browser, offers EV-DO Rev technology and built in Wi-Fi and the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is praised for its "inarguably impressive" speeds.
Multimedia handsets are represented by the inclusion of the Sony Ericsson W760, which boasts a "super-fast" web browser and tethered modem support.
Finally, the T-Mobile G1 - the first phone to be powered by Google's Android operating system - is singled out for its HSDPA network speeds and innovative open source software.
News brought to you by envirofone.com specialists in recycling mobile phones
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