Consumers recycling mobile phones for a qwerty-enabled smartphone may want to consider the thoughts of one writer this week.
In an article for Trusted Reviews, Niall Magennis looked at the Samsung C6625 Windows-based smartphone and explained that it could serve as a budget solution for some.
“We like the C6625’s slim and light design, good battery life and attractive price tag,” he added, but noted the lack of Wi-Fi connectivity and a substandard camera “may be a deal breaker for many”.
The Samsung does boast a full qwerty keyboard, 2.6-inch widescreen display, onboard GPS and HSDPA support – and can be picked up sim-free with a price tag of around £150.
However, the South Korean manufacturer recently announced three new Windows-based smartphones in the Omnia range which may be more suited to those recycling used mobiles.
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