Nokia has been taking some great initiatives in creating devices that conserve power and materials in efforts to become one of the “greenest”, like coming up with the eco-concept for wearable solar and cell phone chargers that speak up when full charge had been reached. Now they have furthered their commitment by featuring the Nokia 3110 Evolve, a remake of the plain 3110 classic. The device has bio-covers made from 50% renewable materials, delivered in a small package made of 60% recycled content and a AC-8 energy charger that uses 94% less energy then Energy Star requirements*.
Some basic features includes:
1.3 mpx camera with 8x digital zoom
Tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 connectivity, GPRS/EGPRS
128,160, 262K color display
MicroSD memory card slot
USB, Bluetooth stereo and EDR
Up to 16 days stand-by and 3.5 hours talk time
No word yet on the pricing or when it will be released into stores.
* Energy Star requirements: strict energy-efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy.