N series mobile phone could be an upgrade option

13 May 2010 — 11:39 AM

Selling an old mobile could keep fans up to date.

Consumers looking to upgrade their mobile phone could find a Nokia N series fits the bill.

The range of handsets has been a staple for the mobile phone manufacturer since the Nokia N70 in 2005 and the Nokia Conversations blog reports that since then it has gone on to release the N86, N95, N82, N97 and most recently the N900, N97 mini and N8.

Selling an old phone with Envirofone may be something that people wish to consider for cash to put towards one of the new devices.

Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "There are so many amazing phones on the market these days. Email, chat, social networking, music – they have it all. By trading in your old handset for cash you could get your hands on a brand new model, like the Nokia N8."

The new N8 could be an option for those that would like to do more than just make voice calls and send text messages from their handset as it features a unique 12-megapixel camera and can also record high-definition video footage.

It was recently revealed that for the 12th year in a row Nokia was the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer.

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