Mobile phone users – including those who are trading in devices in order to upgrade to a newer model – could be excited by details of the turning control function on Nokia handsets.
Adam, writing for Nokia Conversations, explained the feature can be found on most of the Finnish brand's devices.
It allows users to perform various functions of their choice by setting the control to carry out particular jobs.
Typically, it works when the consumer turns the phone over on to its screen, triggering an electronic message that orders the model to complete the pre-determined task.
Adam went on to note there are other features of Nokia mobiles that could excited owners, such as Silence, where incoming calls can be quietened by moving the handset on to its front.
Jason, author of a piece for the same publication, recently suggested the popularity of Nokia is in some part down to its ability to produce unique functions and characteristics.
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