Mobile recyclers 'can become king of the social networking jungle'
7 July 2010 — 6:53 PM
Social networking fans may be wise to recycle their current mobile and invest in the new HTC Wildfire device, which is ideal for tracking Facebook, Twitter and such sites.
An article in this week's ShortList magazine suggests the phone can make anyone the "king of the social networking jungle".
In the modern world, with so many friends and contacts to keep in touch with, many people need a handset that will allow them instant access to their pals.
The HTC Wildfire does just that, by organising text messages and updates from websites, the magazine explains.
It even keeps a log of all previous communication with a person, so it is easy to check older messages and statements.
The phone also has a 3.2-inch touchscreen that makes surfing the web and taking pictures as easy as it can be.
HTC says it aims to produce powerful mobile phones that incorporate the latest and most innovative technology.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you're a fan of social networking it couldn't be easier to get your hands on a new phone. Trading in your old handset for cash is quick and easy, and could cover the whole cost of your new model."
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