Those who would love to sign up for a deal to use one of two new models released by Nokia may find trading in mobile phones first is a good move.
The Finnish brand has announced it is now stocking the Nokia E6 and Nokia X7 devices, each of which have significant benefits to their target audiences.
For example, the former is described as a business-friendly phone with a sleek design and full qwerty keyboard.
On the other hand, the X7 is an entertainment portal of the highest calibre, as it boasts a four-inch display that is perfect for gaming and high-definition quality video technology.
“We are further strengthening Nokia's smartphone portfolio with these two new devices, both of which offer a more beautiful and intuitive user experience,” explained Jo Harlow, head of Nokia's Smart Devices department.
Earlier this week, Nokia announced downloads on its Ovi Store are now totalling about five million a day, as consumers seek to attain some of the 40,000 available apps.
Posted by Simon Thomas