Sellers of old mobile phone could invest in "insanely high-resolution screen"
28 June 2010 — 11:58 AM
People who sell their old mobile phone and put the cash towards a new device may already be considering the Apple iPhone 4.
And once they learn of a positive review of the phone by technology review website Cnet, their interest may have further increased.
The online portal advises readers the revolutionary new device has an "insanely high-resolution screen" and is "wonderfully easy to use".
It also notes its simple design and "blazingly fast" functions as other benefits enjoyed by people who splash out on the handset.
And all those who rely on their phones for capturing shots of holidays, family moments and great sights may be pleased to hear the camera is much improved on the one found on the original iPhone.
Indeed, it may be considered by some to be the ultimate phone on the market - and most easily afforded when recycling a used device for cash.
The iPhone 4 was released last Thursday (June 24th) in the UK on a range of networks, including Vodafone and O2.
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