Mobile recycling could allow for upgrade to HTC handset
18 February 2010 — 6:00 PM
Consumers could be tempted to upgrade to a new handset from mobile manufacturer HTC and might find that mobile recycling allows them to get the cash to do so.
A recent report from IDS suggested that HTC was one of the most successful smartphone companies and the announcement of a new service aiming to enhance two of its models could be good for users.
Two new smartphones, the HTC Desire and the HTC Legend, will make use of HTC Sense, which promises to make handsets work in a more natural way by assisting people in the way in which people live and communicate.
Facebook, Flickr and Twitter are said to be "seamlessly" brought together through a new HTC application called Friend Stream, while individuals can be organised into groups such as family, friends and colleagues.
"HTC Legend and HTC Desire take Android to another level in both substance - with HTC Sense - and style, with HTC Legend's revolutionary crafted aluminum unibody design," said Peter Chou, chief executive officer of HTC Corporation.
Consumers will be able to get their hands on the HTC Desire on T-Mobile from March 26th, it has been revealed
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