Plenty of handsets available to those who recycle old mobiles
13 July 2010 — 6:36 PM
While the iPhone 4 has received a lot of attention since its release in the UK last month, there are other options on the market for those who wish to recycle an old mobile and invest the cash from this in a newer device.
Consumer Reports has today (July 13th) confirmed it cannot recommend the revolutionary Apple handset because of problems with its reception.
A thumbs-down from such a respected authority may concern those who had originally planned to upgrade to the iPhone 4.
But it is important to remember there are other smartphones available that could serve the same purpose - and perhaps even at a cheaper price.
For example, HTC's range of mobiles have been selling well, including its Wildfire model, while Nokia is expected to release its N8 device in the coming months.
According to a recent release by Apple, more than 1.7 million people purchased an iPhone 4 within three days of its release across the five countries it is available in.
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