Mobile recycling may lead users to Nokia X2
23 September 2010 — 11:56 AM
People who love to listen to the latest tunes while on the go may find recycling a mobile phone and investing in the Nokia X2 is particularly worthwhile.
That is because the Finnish brand's X series is "all about the music", in the words of one expert.
Joe Minihane, reviewing the X2 for CNET UK, says the model is the latest in a substantial line-up of quality devices.
It features a "candybar" design and simple numerical keypad, with a host of "aural delights" contained within.
"What's meant to set the X" and other X series phones apart from their Nokia siblings are the dedicated music keys, which sit flush down the left-hand side of the device," Mr Minihane states.
He goes on to suggest the buttons are "handy" for people who want to enjoy music while also texting, emailing or browsing the web at the same time.
Nokia has recently announced the launch of a trio of new smartphones, the E7, C6 and C7, which should go on sale later this year.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you're a music lover there are loads of new mobile phones on the market that might tempt you. If you fancy upgrading, why not trade-in your old handset for cash?"
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