Sunday, December 16, 2007

Nokia 3110 Evolve: Green Mobile Phone

Nokia is the latest in a long line of companies to commit to going green. Nokia has just announced to its fanatic users about its new handset, the Nokia 3110 Evolve. The Nokia 3110 Evolve is an update of the 3110 Classic that had already announced earlier this year. The Nokia 3110 Evolve uses what Nokia is touting as a ‘bio-cover’, the casing is composed of 50% recycled material and packaging made from 60% recycled material.

The charger is another area where the handset beats standard mobiles. The charger that is included in this new compact package is Nokia’s most energy efficient. It uses 94% less energy than the U.S. government’s Energy Star program requires. Nokia was the first manufacturer to make phones that told users when they were fully charged, helping cut power wastage. It claims that if people unplugged their handsets when they were charged, the power savings worldwide would be enough to power 100K average-sized houses. Therefore, we should all feel a little less guilty for leaving our gadgets on chargers all day.

The Nokia 3110 Evolve is a tri-band GSM handset that can handle multimedia tasks with a 1.3 MP camera, a music player, a microSD memory card slot and a built-in FM radio. According to Nokia, the Nokia 3110 Evolve will be available at the markets during Q1 2008, although it has not yet set a price for the handset. Currently, the Nokia 3110 Classic is available in many markets.

Nokia 3110 Evolve specs include:

• GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
• 160×128 PX, 262K color display
• 1.3MP camera, 8x digital zoom, photo light, video
• GPRS class 10, HSCSD, EDGE class 10, Bluetooth v2.0 (with A2DP), Infrared, miniUSB
• 9MB internal memory phone
• MicroSD slot for external memory, up to 2GB supported
• Size: 108.5 x 45.7 x 15.6 mm
• Weight: 87 gram
• Ring tone types: Polyphonic, MP3, AAC
• Talk time: Up to 3 hours 30 min
• Standby time: Up to 380 hours

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