Sony Ericsson is rolling out its new green phone , the Sony Ericsson Elm. It is a welcome fact that phone makers are slowly coming to terms with the concerns about the environment and have begun to make eco-friendly handsets. The Sony Ericsson Elm comes close on the heels of Samsung’s efforts to unveil its green cellphone.
Talking of the Elm, the cute handset comes across as a compact mobile with vital statistics reading 110x45x14mm and 90g in weight. That also means the Elm is lighter than the lightest mobile you have ever laid your hands on.
The Sony Ericsson Elm takes its birth from recycled plastic. Devoid of any harmful chemicals, the Elm comes powered by a low power consumption battery charger. The Walk Mate eco application in the Elm would help in consumption of less energy and waste reduction.
The handset has in it a 5 megapixel autofocus digital camera, web browser with Wi-Fi and HSDPA, GPS, media player, FM radio and Bluetooth. Access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter have been provided with , as also are the multimedia features such as TrackID and MegaBass. Intelligent Volume Adaption and Noise Shield for improved telephone quality are also thrown in.
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