Here is a new green Nokia concept phone which is eco-friendly because the phone parts are made from recycled materials.
Earlier this year, the Nokia concept looked similar to a standard mobile phone but since then has received a makeover which was shown at the wireless trade show CTIA.
The “Remade” concept is defined by its recycled materials which construct the phone. The outer shell is made from aluminum cans and the plastic parts come from drink bottles and old car tires. The screen is made from recycled glass and the hinges are made from rubber tires. Even the inside of the phone is made from old refurbished parts from older mobile phones. It also comes with the phone reducing the backlight to an optimal level to save the battery, thus requiring less charging.
No price or launch plans have been disclosed by Nokia. It appears to only be a concept at this time, but it would be nice to see this type of thinking carried out with all mobile phones.