Recycling mobile phone may create funds for Nokia E7

28 September 2010 — 12:01 PM

The Nokia E7 may tempt many into recycling a mobile phone

Businessmen may be at the front of the queue to recycle a mobile phone and sign up to purchase the new Nokia E7 device, which was launched recently.

Asavin Wattanajantra, writing for CNET UK, notes one retailer is advertising the handset as having a release date of January 10th - so those interested in it could start to plan their investment now.

The author explains the E7, on first impressions, appears to be "a qwerty smartphone worthy of anybody's attention".

Although it will have a "hefty price tag" - thought to be in the region of £600 - it is designed to be ideal for the business environment and many consumers could see it as worth every penny.

Mr Wattanajantra explains Nokia appears to be making a habit of building suspense over the release of its latest smartphones, with the N8 being coveted by some customers for several months.

At the time of announcing the E7, the Finnish brand also confirmed it will be releasing new C6 and C7 models.

Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you're thinking about a new phone, why not trade your old one in? You could earn yourself a bit of cash to put towards your new handset."

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