Consumers could decide to recycle their old mobile for one of two new devices unveiled by Toshiba at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona.
The mobile manufacturer aims to appeal to those who use their phone to do more than just make calls with the release of the Toshiba K01.
One of the features of the handset is a qwerty keyboard which could allow users to communicate their thoughts via text with more speed than traditional mobile phones.
Social networking fans could find that the device enables them to make greater use of sites such as Facebook and Twitter while on the go, rather than relying upon the use of their desktop PCs.
A different option to consider is the follow-up to the TG01, the TG02.
The super-slim phone is just 9.9mm in width, has a 1Ghz processor for fast access to websites and applications and has a 4.1-inch touchscreen.
The Mobile World Congress started yesterday (February 15th) and continues until Thursday.
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Posted by Paul Whalley