Mobile recycling could help Brits stay close to loved ones
19 May 2010 — 12:22 PM
Selling old mobile phones could help social media users keep in better contact with friends and relatives.
Smartphone design company HTC has introduced a brand new HTC Sense-based Android handset, which builds on their HTC Desire range and combines many popular social networks into one single device.
Called HTC Wildfire, the company hopes the new handset will make its range more accessible to a younger, social-media dependent generation.
HTC Wildfire works on bringing people closer together by concentrating on making them the central focus and bringing updates from sites like Twitter and Facebook into one single stream.
By recycling an old mobile phone, the HTC Wildfire could become even more accessible as money from an old handset can be put towards the new one.
The new device is the latest release, after HTC announced in February it would join forces with Telefonica to sell the HTC Smart in Germany, Ireland and the UK, the precursor to HTC Wildfire.
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