Have you ever thought that it is possible that the sophisticated cell phone you are holding could be made of discarded bottles, cans and old car tires? Nokia 3110 Evolve was the first environment friendly mobile phone that hit the market. Partially made of renewable materials with energy-saving chargers, it looked like any standard phone but did not become popular. A new version of the green phone, Nokia Remade has been displayed at the wireless trade show CTIA that is expected to begin a new trend in developing environment-friendly cell phones. The new Nokia green phone concept that has not yet gone for commercial production will be completely made of recycled materials.
The Remade Nokia’s outer shell will be made from aluminum cans, plastic bottles and old car tires. The display screen of the phone will be made of recycled glass and the hinges will be crafted out of old rubber tires. The interior parts of the phone will be made from refurbished parts of old cell phones and with the phone backlight being reduced to an optimal level the battery life will expand, requiring less charging. If other companies arrived with their version of the green phones, the earth will become a cleaner planet.
Via: Got2 BeGreen