Mobile trade-in could lead users to first HP smartphone

People who trade-in a mobile over the coming months may be in a position to splash out on HP's first smartphone.Asavin Wattanajantra, writing for CNET UK, explains the company has decided to launch the Palm Pre 2, after taking over Palm.Since its acquisition, he notes HP has had a "ready-made" operating system on which to run a smartphone and has chosen to do so in…

Sony Ericsson model ‘shows mobile phone fans future’

A Sony Ericsson mobile phone with a 16-megapixel camera may be an example of what consumers have to look forward to.Joe Minihane, commenting on the device for T3, says while it is only being released in Japan for now, the model is arguably a glimpse of the future.The website revealed information about Sony's detailed and powerful tool about two weeks ago and can now confirm…

Trade-in mobile now for Nokia N8 purchase

Consumers who trade-in a mobile phone for money with Mazuma may find themselves at the front of the queue when it comes to replacing it with a Nokia N8.Asavin Wattanajantra, writing a piece for CNET UK, notes the device has been put up for sale by the Finnish brand via its website.The orange, silver, green and grey versions of the phone are available to buy,…

Enjoy ultimate photograph experience with Nokia N8

The Nokia N8 may be the perfect mobile phone for people who love to capture all of life's great moments on camera and share them with friends and family.Haje, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, says there are plenty of ways owners of the new handset can let their associates see their shots."The Nokia N8 is better than many of the compact cameras out…

Mobile phone users ‘cannot live without their handsets’

Mobile phones are increasingly becoming something the British public cannot live without and many are using them for far more than simply making calls.New research by Lloyds TSB shows one-in-four now feel their mobile is the most important item in their life, while 75 per cent have explored the range of functions devices have to offer beyond telecommunications.Some of the most popular uses include employing…

Upgrade to top mobile phone for shopping revolution

People who trade-in a mobile and upgrade to one of the latest smartphones can join the mCommerce revolution.New research by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) shows a total of 51 per cent of mobile customers use their handset for retail purposes, whether this be to make a purchase, redeem a coupon or take a look at a product.Such a statistic means 23 million Britons are…

Trade-in mobile for chance to enjoy DAB radio with Nokia

People who trade-in a mobile phone for money with Mazuma over the coming weeks and months may wish to choose a Nokia handset as its replacement.Those who carry out such a plan will have the option of enjoying digital radio through their device, after the Finnish brand released a DAB headset.Ian, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, says the product is being unveiled today…

Competition may illustrate quality of cameras on Nokia mobile phones

After studying the results of a worldwide competition, mobile phone users with a passion for taking photographs may decide a Nokia device is best for them.The Finnish brand sponsored an award run by fizwoz, the cameraphone and photo-trading web application firm, which saw a number of images taken on mobiles entered.One winner, Gianfranco Rossi from Argentina, took his snap of the country's football supporters during…