Selling old mobile phone could help users buy sPad
4 June 2010 — 4:07 PM
With a rival to Apple's iPad reportedly in the making, mobile users may wish to contemplate selling an old phone for cash and investing in a new Android system.
One such release to look out for is the sPad by Samsung, which it is due to launch later this year, according to a report by the Korea Herald.
An industry insider told the newspaper Samsung is planning to sell hundreds of thousands of units at a competitive price.
For those not completely sold by Apple's iPhone or iPad, waiting for Samsung's offering could be a shrewd move.
People who take money for their old mobile phone from Envirofone may find themselves at the front of the queue for the new device - which will run on Google's Android operating system - as they will have cash to put towards it.
Other specifications of the sPad include a seven-inch touchscreen, that will be increased to eight and ten inches on later models.
Samsung's core values include helping people to live better lives through technology.
News brought to you by envirofone.com - the UK's largest mobile phone recycling company.
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