Sony Ericsson Releases 2 New Eco Friendly Feature Phones

Published by Stephen Roper on Tagged Eco Friendly

Sony Ericsson G502

Sony Ericsson Hazel

Sony Ericsson has recently released 2 new eco friendly handsets to their Greenheart range, the Elm and the Hazel.

Both the phones are made from 50% recycled plastic and are completely free from hazardous chemicals. They both have an e-manual rather than a paper manual and the chargers use less power than standard chargers. Even the packaging is eco-friendly thanks to the minimal design.

Unlike other green handsets, the great thing about the Elm and Hazel is that they offer people a green choice without compromising on the amount of features. Features on the two phones include GPS, a 5mp camera, duel band 3G, 280mb internal memory, microSD card slot, 2.6 inch screen on the Hazel and 2.2 inch screen on the ELM. The Elm is a candy bar design and the Hazel is a slide phone.

Sony Ericsson are expected to release many more green handsets like these in 2010 and have recently announced that they will make their entire range of accessories eco-friendly, with 100% Greenheart compliance by 2011.

2 Responses to “Sony Ericsson Releases 2 New Eco Friendly Feature Phones”

  1. karrington Says:

    A very eco friendly handsets from sony ericsson its good and help us to reduce global warming.

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