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Sony Xperia X10

Sony Xperia X10

To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old Sony mobile phone.

Sell your Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

Released March 2010Operating System Android 1.6Display 4.0 inchesCamera 8MPProcessor 1.0GHz ScorpionRAM 384MBBattery 1,500 mAh

The Xperia X10 was the first Android to be built by Sony Ericsson and, as it was their flagship, it was certainly built to impress. It came with top-notch hardware, including an 8MP camera and was powered by the 1.0GHz Scorpion processor. However, as with all good things, eventually they come to an end, and the Xperia X10 is no exception. So, unfortunately, if you're looking to sell your Sony Ericcson Xperia X10, you're going to be in for a little disappointment as it doesn't really feature in the list of desirable second-hand phones.

To be honest, this shouldn't really come as a surprise. After all the phone is over 6 years old now, and styles, designs and technology move on at such a fast past that it's impossible for devices to keep up to date even in the space of a couple of years. However, don't let this news disappoint you too much as at least you can do something for the environment today and recycle your old Sony Ericcson Xperia X10 through a phone recycling company, so that you'll be sure that you'll be doing it responsibly.

As you more than likely know, you can't simply put old phones, batteries and smart devices in the household rubbish, mainly because they contain all sorts of contaminants that can damage the environment. With this in mind, you need to find a responsible way to recycle your old phone and the best and easiest way is via one of the phone recycling companies listed on this page. Simply choose the one that appeals to you most, and then get in touch with them by clicking or tapping the 'sell now' icon. This will set the whole process in motion and allow you to submit the information that the phone recycling company needs in order to send you their pre-paid packaging. Once that's arrived, it's a simple case of packing up your phone and putting it in the post. That's really all there is to it. So do yourself and the environment a favour today - if you've got an old Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 phone that you no longer use, send it to one of the phone recycling companies listed at Compare and Recycle, and let them do the rest.