Mobile phone enthusiasts may like to recycle their old mobile so they can purchase a Motorola Flipout with the money they make.
A review on CNET UK said the small size of the handset "makes it easy to hold" and the flip-out qwerty keyboard is ideal for typing, as the keys are "large and bouncy".
The Android smartphone utilises Google's Android 2.1 operating system, which means it is ideal for downloading apps.
Music fans may be interested to hear the device has built-in features from Tune Wiki and "it automatically grabs the album art from the Web" for the songs featured in its library.
"The Flipout comes with swappable, coloured back covers, so you can customise its appearance to suit your whim," the reviewer stated.
A noise-cancelling feature is also built into the device and helps to reduce background noise.
Motorola rival Nokia recently launched the Nokia X3, which has a "bold design statement", PC Advisor reported.
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Posted by Paul Whalley