Mobile recycling in 2011 may allow consumers to secure Motorola "super phone"
13 October 2010 — 3:57 PM
People who are planning to recycle a mobile phone later this year or early in 2011 may like to time the process to coincide with the launch of the new Motorola Droid T2.
Asavin Wattanajantra, who details his sneak preview of the device for CNET UK, describes the forthcoming model as a "super phone".
While the title Droid T2 is just a nickname, development of it is advanced enough for Motorola to be confident it will be released early next year.
The reviewer urges users to "forget Android 2.2" as the new Motorola handset will run on Android 3.0 Gingerbread, which is reserved only for the market's highest-specification smartphones.
He asks: "Why would you want to buy a Motorola mobile with Android 2.1 or 2.2 when you know something much more advanced is coming in a few months?"
Motorola was in the news recently after announcing the release of its latest smartphone, the affordable and compact Citrus.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "Rumour has it that this latest Motorola model will be the only handset that can touch the iPhone. Why not upgrade your mobile phone? You could even make some cash."
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