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Posted by Admin August 10, 2010 02:12

Check Out The Alternatives To The IPhone Before You Purchase Your Next Handset

Nokia N97

Following on from the N96 the new flagship model from Nokia has now been released, the N97. A sleek, 3.5 inch, 16.9 display touchscreen slides nicely up to reveal a full keyboard. The handset also boasts a 5 megapixel camera with apparently DVD quality video capability. The memory also tops the iphone with onboard storage of 32GB plus 12GB in its expandable memory. When the time comes to sell this phone will net you £240 from Mobile Phone Xchange.  

Blackberry Storm

Blackberry’s first all touchscreen handset certainly looks the part to rival the iphone - the screen even depresses when pressed so you won’t miss the “button” sensation. It’s absolutely packed with features including built in GPS, film and music playback, Bluetooth, a 3.2 megapixel camera and a standard 3.5mm headphone plug so you can listen to your itunes with top quality sound. This handset will get you £101 when it comes time to recycle. 

LG KC910 Renoir

South Korean firm LG’s answer to the iphone is the KC910 Renoir. A high resolution screen (240x400) means you can watch high quality films- and the 8 megapixel camera which includes a flash can even record video in slow motion. That’s 120 frames per second- most camcorders can’t compete with that. The Renoir will earn you £65 if you wanted to sell the handset  

HTC Touch HD

Running windows mobile 6.1, this handset has the highest screen resolution of all the phones (480x800). The 5 megapixel camera comes with an autofocus feature that is really handy and a large 3.8 inch screen to check out your photos on. When you want to sell this mobile phone you would currently get £122. 

Samsung Omnia

Available now on all service providers, you may find this handset for a much better price than the others if you shop around. It matches all the touchscreen features of the others and runs the DivX and Xvid video formats on a high resolution screen along with a 5 megapixel camera. You’ll get £120 if you wanted to recycle this handset  

T-Mobile G1

The first mobile phone to use the new Google Android operating system the G1 is the talk of the industry at the moment. Although the memory size is small, only 192MB built in, it does support microSD cards for an extra 8GB. Expect some amazing applications to ensue- like Wikitude, the augmented reality app that uses the phones camera to overlay information onto the 3.2inch touchscreen. Very useful if you want to know the historical importance of the vista you are looking at or find a hotel in Tokyo. Get up to £126 if you sell this phone. 

Prices quoted are for selling your phone for cash at Mobile Phone Xchange.  

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