Young mobile recycling customers 'might like the Genio'
18 November 2009 — 2:04 PM
One of Samsung's latest devices could be popular with youngsters recycling mobile phones, if one expert's comments are to be believed.
Niall Magennis explained in his recent piece for Trusted Reviews that with a selection of swappable covers and easy access to sites like MySpace, Facebook and Twitter, it was clear which market the Genio was going for.
Young buyers recycling mobile phones might also welcome the fact that the model is also equipped with a two-megapixel camera and has a battery life that the writer noted was "impressive".
He concluded by saying: "If you're on a budget, but are interested in a touchscreen handset, it's worth checking out."
Other reviews that have recently tested the 2.8-inch touchscreen-enabled model include one featured on the FoneHome website earlier this week.
The piece pointed out that the design of the handset is similar in many ways to the recently launched Palm Pre - which is available exclusively on O2 in the UK.
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