Nokia's new networking mobile tested
9 September 2009 — 10:13 AM
A new device that is claimed to be ideal for social networkers has been reviewed this week by Mobile Burn.
In an article for the online resource, Ricky Cadden looked at the Nokia 6790 Surge and highlighted some of the points which may make it a tempting purchase for those recycling mobile phones.
He draws attention to the Finnish manufacturer's insistence that this is a handset that is perfect for sites like Facebook and MySpace, while incorporating technology that promises fast video and photo uploading.
One of the other features of the gadget which may appeal to such users is a slide-out qwerty keyboard, while Nokia's decision to "bless the 6790 Surge with plenty of onboard RAM and internal storage" is also welcomed.
It was also announced this week that the latest social networking-focused device from 3 Mobile - the INQ Mini 3G - would be available from early next for free on certain contracts, as well as £59.99 on pay-as-you-go.
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