People who trade-in a mobile phone with Mazuma could opt for any one of numerous devices on the market over the iPhone 4.
Such a possibility is raised on the day (July 13th) that Consumer Reports concluded there is a problem with the reception on Apple’s revolutionary model.
The organisation’s team of engineers have tested the handset and found when the owner touches the lower left side with a finger the signal can weaken sufficiently to cause a connection to disappear.
But people who were planning to upgrade to the phone should be aware there are plenty of alternatives open to them.
For example, HTC’s Wildfire and Google’s Nexus One could be options for those wishing to invest in a smartphone.
And people prepared to hold on a little longer could join the queue for Nokia’s N8 mobile, which is due to be launched this year.
The iPhone 4 sold 1.7 million units in its first three days on the market across five countries last month.
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Posted by Nathan Latham