Mobile Phones are becoming too complicated with many pointless features

Published by Stephen Roper on Tagged Recycling

iPhone 3G S

Fonebank, the mobile recycling company has found in a recent study that the majority of UK consumers think that the latest mobile phones are becoming too complicated with many unnecessary features. This is interesting news considering the latest Nokia N97, Nokia N86 and iPhone 3G S have recently been released onto the market.

The study by Fonebank also found that many mobile phone users look for simplicity of use when looking to buy a new handset.

This study comes as very surprising considering 1 million iPhone 3G S handsets were delivered in the first week it was available. According to Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, “Customers are voting and the iPhone is winning.”

The new iPhone 3G S is faster than previous models, has improved performance, longer battery life, 3 megapixel camera, video recording and allows you to download over 50,000 applications from Apple’s App Store.

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