The new solar-powered Samsung ‘Blue Earth’ cell phone is made from PCM recycled plastic from drink bottles. It can help keep track of your CO2 offsets and let you know how many trees you’ve saved with your offsetting ways. It has a number of energy-efficient and environmentally friendly features that help to make it a device that walks the talk.
Blue Earth will be making its debut at the Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona on the 16th of February and is set to launch in the last half of 2009.
Samsung's 'Blue Earth' Solar Phone Walks the Eco-Friendly Talk
1. Solar-powered Gadgets - Opportunities for disruptive innovation in developing and improving solar-powered devices for sustainable energy solutions.
2. Eco-friendly Technology - Potential for creating innovative and environmentally friendly technologies that reduce carbon footprint and promote sustainability.
3. Sustainable Consumer Electronics - Disruptive innovation opportunities in the development of sustainable and recyclable consumer electronic products.
1. Consumer Electronics - The consumer electronics industry can explore the integration of eco-friendly features and sustainable materials in their products.
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