Intex has launched 10 feature phones which mainly focuses on high on quality and aggressive on pricing. The series includes 10 feature phones in the ECO-series which includes Eco 102X, Eco 105+, ECO 106X, Eco
107, and 107+, Eco Slimzz, ECO 210x. It falls in the price range of Rs 745 to Rs.1145 and is dedicated to the ‘Real India.’ Continue reading “Intex Eco and Turbo series feature phones launched starting at Rs. 745”
You must have heard about Sony Ericsson’s Green heart family of devices which are made of recycled materials. The Elm which is a member of the Green heart range has been picked as the most eco-friendly phone according to a new Eco rating scheme from UK mobile operator O2 . The Elm emerged as a winner amongst 65 phones from 6 phone makers including Nokia, HTC, LG, Samsung and Palm.Surprisingly Apple refused to take part and so the iPhones were not part of the exercise
Continue reading “Sony Ericsson Elm is the most Eco-Friendly phone according to O2 UK’s new Eco rating scheme”
Today is World Environment Day and Nokia had something special in store for us .
We were invited to the launch of the Nokia’s Take-Back initiative in Chennai related to recycling phones.
The event marked the nationwide roll-out of the Take-Back recycling program in over 15 cities in India.
Nokia will plant a tree for every phone dropped in the Recycle bins spread accross the country
Making Eco-Friendly products and controlling the carbon footprint of phones seems to be one of the goals of the company
Dr.Ambrish Bakaya , Director Corporate Affairs was present at the event. We had the chance to interview him
Padmashri Shobana , Dancer and Actor was also present at the event and she contributed her old phone for the the cause.
Continue reading “Live from Nokia Take-Back Campaign in Chennai”
We were recently invited to a Nokia Store surrounding the Recycle Phones campaign.
Since old phones are harmful to the environment , Nokia has taken up an initiative to take back old phones .
Its a global campaign called “Take-Back”
Below are some cool hands drawing your attention to give old phones
Continue reading “Recycle your Old Mobile Phone at a Nokia Store Pics Inside”
Apart from just being pioneer in manufacturing and marking mobiles, Nokia is experimenting on some other ways to attract people towards its brand that would in turn benefit the company in long term basis.
For instance, I came across a “Nokia Green Explorer” initiative initiated by Nokia, that would help people share and gain knowledge about places they are visiting. Continue reading “Green Explorer Initiative Kicked off by Nokia!”
Nokia has always been at the forefront of environmental initiatives. With their Take-back campaign, they have proved that they do care.
With this campaign, Nokia aims to encourage handset users to dispose off their unusable or old handsets and accessories of any brand at recycle bins installed at Nokia Care Centres and Nokia Priority Dealers.
Users will be given a gift for participating in the campaign and Nokia will plant a tree for every dropped mobile.
Kicking off the campaign from New Delhi, it will soon be replicated across 1300 outlets across the country.
The recycling will be undertaken by reputed companies. Continue reading “Nokia starts Environment Initiative to Recycle mobiles”
Earlier this week, Sony Ericsson announced a GreenHeart concept phone that focuses on making a mobile phone environmentally sustainable throughout its life cycle.
The GreenHeart is a full concept with all life cycle in mind it includes features such as bio-plastic housings, recycled plastic keypads, zero charger with 3.5mW standby power, HTML based e-manuals, a game style
eduucational application ‘Ecomate’ and environmentally conscious packaging. Continue reading “Sony Ericsson GreenHeart Environment Friendly Mobile Phone & Warranty”
It has become a crucial modern day requirement to innovate gadgets that help protect our environment, either directly, by using friendly products in their production, or indirectly, by reducing wastage, emissions etc.
The Nokia Research Center supported by Nokia designers have come up with an innovative new concept, the Nokia Eco Sensor Concept.
The Nokia Eco Sensor concept is a mobile phone and a sensing device. With the device you can be connected to your friends, and to your health and environment as well.
The handset will also enable you to share environmental data with other similar handsets. This sharing of information enables you to gain awareness about the global environment. Continue reading “Nokia does it again with the Eco Sensor concept!”