Xperia X10 and Vivaz could replace used mobile phones
20 April 2010 — 12:00 PM
Sony Ericsson has revealed financial success backed by shipping of its Vivaz and Xperia X10 handsets.
Money for old mobile phones could be used by Britons who want to purchase one of these two new Sony Ericsson models to see what the fuss is about.
For the first quarter ended March 31st 2010, the mobile phone maker revealed 10.5 million units of its products were shipped.
According to president of Sony Ericsson Bert Nordberg, the firm is moving towards higher-end phones, hence a decline in shipments.
Dave Clarke, online marketing manager at Envirofone, says: "The range of Android phones do so much more than just ring and text. By trading in your old handset for cash, you could afford to buy a phone that allows you to download apps, use social networking and even watch and upload YouTube videos."
Individuals who use money for old mobile phones to purchase a Vivaz or Xperia X10 can enjoy features such as Twitter and Facebook status updates, apps and the ability to upload videos to YouTube.
News brought to you by envirofone.com the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company
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