Recycle a mobile phone and enjoy "benchmark" Nokia device
15 July 2010 — 3:33 PM
Nokia Eseries phones may be the perfect upgrade for businesspeople who have recently recycled an old device.
Ian, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, says the company has met the primary criteria set out by its customers.
Firstly, handsets belonging to Nokia Eseries are "a benchmark for design" and manage to retain the good looks of previous models by the brand.
Secondly, they are easy to use and ideal for those with busy lives as they are reliable, simple and should not lead to frustration.
The writer notes just some of the functions that are particularly straightforward to operate are email and SMS services, so staying in touch with friends may never have been easier.
Finally, Eseries mobiles "just work", Ian suggests, with good connectivity and constant access to the internet among the benefits.
Nokia is also due to release the N8 in the coming months, which could be another option for those wishing to replace a recycled mobile phone.
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