New Nokia X3 could be incentive to sell used phones
17 August 2010 — 6:30 PM
Consumers may have been given a significant incentive to sell any used phones they possess in order to fund the purchase of a brand new Nokia device.
The Finnish brand has announced the release of the updated Nokia X3 Touch and Type, featuring a sleek and stylish design as well as some of the latest technology.
Its name refers to a unique blend of a touchscreen and 12 traditional buttons that offer a comprehensive browsing experience.
"We have designed the Nokia X3 to be a touch and type device because typing is ideal for SMS and social networking where fast and frequent input is needed," explains Mary McDowell, executive vice-president of mobile phones at the company.
She adds the firm's research suggests people like to use their mobiles with one finger or thumb and want to maintain this when texting or setting functions.
The Nokia X3 also includes a large music-playing facility, which it says provides the "complete entertainment experience".
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