Mobile recycling could allow for Xperia X10 purchase
29 March 2010 — 7:00 PM
Vodafone has revealed that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is now available for pre-order.
Customers could wish to place an order for the handset, which is set to be made available free of charge on a £35 a month contract over a two year period.
One option worth thinking about may be recycling an old mobile phone with Envirofone for cash to put towards the new device.
Users of the handset will be able to take advantage of its multi-media playback and gaming capabilities which might prove easy thanks to a four-inch touchscreen display.
Fast internet browsing could also be possible due to the power of a 1-Ghz Snapdragon processor combined with the Android 1.6 operating system and one gigabyte of onboard memory.
Website Know Your Money recently offered users of new smartphones some advice about preserving battery power on a new smartphone such as turning off Bluetooth as it is "massively power consuming" and will be searching for a connection even when you do not need it to.
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