People who recycle mobiles 'can benefit from constant new releases'
7 July 2010 — 3:27 PM
The remaining months of 2010 arguably provide the ultimate time to recycle a mobile phone and invest in a newer model.
A report by Omio claims the website has been tipped off about a number of releases, with almost all of the major manufacturers unveiling brand new mobile phones in the near future.
This month alone there are launches by Sony Ericsson, Samsung and Nokia to consider, while August sees the arrival of the Nokia X6 and BlackBerry Curve 9300.
The rest of the year is no different, with highlights including new phones from HTC, including its Gold device.
"All the major manufacturers are here, with some of their biggest phones to come out in a long time," the online portal states.
With so many new mobiles set to hit the market, it could present a perfect chance to use the cash gained from recycling a phone to invest in a new handset.
Those who cannot wait may be interested in models that have recently been released, including the long-awaited iPhone 4 from Apple.
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