Blackberry Torch may be perfect upgrade after mobile recycling
4 August 2010 — 3:17 PM
People looking to recycle mobile phones in the hope of acquiring a new one may want to consider the new BlackBerry Torch Smartphone, which boasts a number of useful features.
Offering the simplicity of a touchscreen, alongside a qwerty keypad, the new handset will soon be available on Vodafone and comes equipped with the highly anticipated BlackBerry 6 operating system.
Ideal for socially connected people and packed with features designed to cater for business customers, the BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone allows easy internet browsing through its pinch to zoom tool and optical track-pad.
This allows people to get closer to details on a website by putting their thumb and finger together and moving them apart on the screen - delivering an instant zoom.
A five-megapixel camera is also included to ensure any memorable moment is easily captured for posterity.
Other Blackberry handsets that could interest those selling old mobile phones include the Pearl, Bold and Curve.
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