Nokia Phone Made Out Of Recycled Aluminium

Nokia Phone Made Out Of Recycled Aluminium

 

Is Nokia really setting the trend in greening its mobile phones?

Business mobile phone users can be happy to know that the Finnish company’s latest offering is made out of recycled aluminium which if anything it does looks amazing, as it does futuristic.  The Ink 01 plainly sets its sights after Sony Ericsson's Greenheart range of mobile phones which has set the bar for eco-design and sustainability. This truly is a greener mobile phone.

The main idea is to reduce the energy consumption wherever you use your trendy cell phone.  So it means business mobile phone users can use it for longer and harder, between charges.  

So you can yourself be assured of recyclable materials to be used in the replica once it is dismantled.

This amazing mobile phone has the E-Ink extra low power consumption digital display. Business users can be happy to know that everything except the screen, of course, is made from recycled aluminium and instead of a keypad it has a capacitive sensor – this is a posh way of saying it uses space-age technology, uses a lot less moving parts to create an even better more informative keypad/screen.

The Nokia Inc 01 comes equipped with a mini OLED screen that makes it possible for the user to take pictures and revise them while consuming little energy. The Nokia Inc 01 is powered by a silver/zinc battery instead of lithium-ion batteries which are 95 per cent recyclable and comes with more energy density by 40 per cent than other lithium-ion batteries. You won’t have to charge it as much throughout its life.