Sony Ericsson Wins European Title Of Green Mobile Phone 2010-2011

 
Sony Ericsson Wins European Title Of Green Mobile Phone 2010-2011

Eco-friendly business mobile phones is big business, more and more designs are making there way forward into the mainstream, whose to say that in 10 years from now, all mobiles could be carbon free business mobile phones, made in or from environmentally friendly resources. 

Sony Ericsson has jumped right in with their latest green mobile phone offering, the Xperia Mini X10.  It has picked itself up the EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) green award for 2010 – 2011.  Given its green credentials and low resource impact, the mini won the award for being made from recycled plastics and sporting reduced packaging. EISA introduced the Green Mobile Phone Awards back in 2005.  Well done Sony Ericsson.  

Determining who the winner mobile phone is, in fact, not something EISA does by itself, it is an association that consists of 50 of the most prestigious and specialized multimedia magazines from 19 countries around the world.  Each year the chief editors of those mags meet and decide not just mobile phones but which products within the 6 various categories are going to win these very prestigious awards.

With energy consumption being such a hot topic amongst smartphone users and everyone looking to doing something to reduce there environmental impact.  Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Mini has outperformed the competition this year, as a mobile phone, music machine, mobile internet device or even photo camera amongst hundreds of entrants up for the award.

Despite its compact size and weight, the Sony Ericsson Xperia, it packs a punch, running on Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread), CPU power is a 1GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm QSD8255 Snapdragon, sporting 320 MB worth of storage and a microSD slot to add an extra 32GB. A 5MP camera, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, image stabilization, smile and face detection. A stereo radio with RDS. Standby battery life is tasty at 340 hours on (2G) and 320 hours on (3G).

Given Sony Ericsson's commitment in preserving the environment with their greenheart range of mobiles,  as eco-friendly business mobile phones go this award will hopefully show their competitors, that greener mobile is perhaps the way to go.