HTC fans given extra week to recycle mobile phone
11 October 2010 — 4:03 PM
Fans of the HTC brand who would like to get their hands on the new Desire HD model as soon as it hits the shelves have been given an extra week to recycle their mobile phone to make way for the model.
That is because HTC has delayed the release of the long-awaited mobile, which was due to be out later this week.
Instead, it should now be available to those who have pre-ordered from October 22nd and other buyers slightly later, with a large number of people sure to be in the queue.
Featuring a 4.3-inch display screen and eight-megapixel camera, the HTC Desire HD will arguably be one of the phones of the year and may be well worth recycling a mobile for.
Some people might already have disposed of their current model in anticipation of the device's arrival.
Among the phones that have made it into the shops in recent weeks are two from Nokia, the N8 and C7.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you want to be ahead of the crowd, why not upgrade your mobile phone? You could trade it in for cash."
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