It doesn't get any greener than this. A mobile phone made entirely from recycled material. Nokia unveiled 'remade', an environment friendly phone concept at the Mobile World Congress. The silver-coloured handset's chasis is made with plastic from drink bottles while its rubber keypad is made from old car tyres.
Nokia said in a statement; "The idea behind the concept was to see if it was possible to create a device made from nothing new. It has been designed using recycled materials that avoid the need for natural resources, reduce landfill, and allow for more energy efficient production. It is designed to help inspire and stimulate discussion on how mobile devices might be made in the future."
Remade is part of Nokia's ongoing environmental effort, such as its contribution to the recent Greener Gadgets Conference:
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