Nokia E72 could be a reason to sell an old phone
25 March 2010 — 11:56 AM
Mobile recycling might be an option worth considering for consumers looking to get their hands on the Nokia E72, following a recent announcement that the handset is to be made available on 3UK.
Features of the phone include a full qwerty keyboard - which may ensure that sending messages is as speedy as possible - and a five-megapixel camera meaning that users can take high quality photographs.
"Over the last few months we received a number of comments about our Nokia E72 ranging decision, which isnt surprising after the success of the Nokia E71," said Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at 3UK.
She added that after a great deal of deliberation the network decided that listening to the comments left on its blog would be the right thing to do.
The phone also features Wi-Fi which Natasha Stokes, editor of Mobile Choice, recently called "an extremely useful feature" that allows people to browse the internet, check email and make VoIP calls.
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