Nokia E52 impresses reviewer

Those looking to sell mobilephones in order to upgrade to a business-focused model may like to heed the advice of one reviewer this week.Mobile Burn's Russell Jeffries looked at the Nokia E52 and noted a number of its positive and negative points that may interest those in the market for a smartphone.He explained that although there were some things missing from the handset - such…

Sony Ericsson W595 users get ‘clever headphones’

Music lovers who have just purchased a Sony Ericsson W595 may be interested in the manufacturer's latest product launch.Those who have recently obtained cash for used mobiles may also want to consider the product - a new type of headphone the company has said could change the way we listen to tunes on the move.It explained that the Sony Ericsson MH907 earbuds the world's first…

Samsung Galaxy i7500 vs. T-Mobile Pulse

Two of the latest phones to come equipped with the Google Android operating system (OS) have been put to the test by one expert.In reviews for Cnet last week, Flora Graham looked at the Samsung Galaxy i7500 and the T-Mobile Pulse, both of which are equipped with the smartphone alternative to Symbian, Windows Mobile and the Apple OS.She explained in an article detailing the first…

Sony Ericsson K800i sellers could shop ‘with confidence’

A spokesman for one consumer organisation has spoken out about new legislation that aims to protect people in the market for new handsets - including those recycling mobile phones.Shoppers looking to replace an older model like the Sony Ericsson K800i may welcome the changes, which aim to ensure people are not mis-sold packages with false information about charges, coverage and cashback schemes.Commenting on the Ofcom…

Rule changes could protect Nokia 5800 shoppers

Consumers looking to sell mobiles they no longer need to buy a Nokia 5800 might welcome the latest change in legislation.In order to protect the public, telecommunications and broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has unveiled new powers to help protect handset buyers' consumer rights.The group confirmed that it would now be monitoring the sector to ensure that the mis-selling of packages had been a growing problem for…

Samsung Omnia range unveiled

Consumers looking to sell mobilephones like the old Samsung Omnia may be interested in its successors. The South Korean manufacturer announced this week that it will launch four new devices that will bear the name of the touchscreen device - with each designed to appeal to a different type of user. It explained the Omnia II would boast a 3.7-inch AMOLED screen with "crystal clear"…

BlackBerry Curve 8520 praised for power and usability

One expert has spoken out about the various aspects that make the new Blackberry Curve 8520 an attractive purchase. In news that may prove encouraging to those looking to sell mobilephones they no longer need in order to pay for a new smartphone, a spokesman for Trigcom said the gadget was "powerful and user-friendly". The comments of Jan Hatlebrekke, who is the purchasing manager for…

New apps for BlackBerry and iPhone

There are now two more reasons for people to consider mobile recycling in favour of a BlackBerry Curve or Apple iPhone 3G S. Both handsets received new compatible software this week, although the former focuses on entertainment while the latter is designed to help users monitor their accounts. Fans of stadium rock may be tempted to sell mobiles they no longer need to buy a…