Are you ready to use an eco-friendly cellular phone?
Imaging a cell phone that is self powering...?
Nokia has something in the works that might just achieve that goal though it is an EW years off and not likely to be scalable for larger appliances, but you never know what advances in technology might bring...
... "...a cell phone that recharges itself ... harvests ambient radio waves from the air, and turns that energy into usable power.
" ... ambient electromagnetic energy is never going to ... power your whole house or office, but it just might be enough to keep a cell phone alive ... enough to slowly recharge the cell phone battery while it's in standby mode, theoretically offering infinite power ..."
Nokia launch Nokia N79 Eco as a product that support green world. Nokia N79 Eco comes with no charger to reduce quantity charger for support green world. Nokia N79 Eco user can charge it by USB in PC or if user has old Nokia charge, they can use it in Nokia N79 Eco. But if user still wants a charger, they can buy it.
Nokia N79 Eco is a trial from Nokia for support green world by reduces cell phone charger rubbish quantity. Nokia donate 4 pound sterling for every unit Nokia for WWF. Nokia also sell a “green” charger which can save 10% energy than conventional charger. Nokia often getting credit, because Nokia produce a standard charger unit with support a lot of Nokia cell phone series.
The C901 GreenHeart is a cell phone not visually dissimilar to Sony Ericsson's usual fare: a sleek candy bar design, metal-silver, with the house's distinctive 1980s look. It differs in that the pitch centers around GreenHeart, an ad campaign that seeks to establish serious environmental credibility.
Part handset recycling program, part a promise to make its products "the greenest headsets on the market," GreenHeart means, in practice, that you don't get a physical manual, the case is made of 50 percent recycled material, and it uses a light sensor to manage display brightness. It ships with a similarly made headset, and the paints used are nontoxic.
The C901 is a GSM/EDGE/HSPA phone with a five megapixel camera, Xenon flash, instant web-uploads and picture blogging on shot, Bluetooth, Google Maps and geotagging. It has a 240x320 pixel display, 120MB of RAM, Memory Stick Micro support, and is 13mm thick.
Its sister model, Naite, has a two megapixel camera and less memory, but replaces the Memory Stick with MicroSD (!) and shall also come in "Ginger Red."
Another green cellular phone come from Samsung. You can consider Samsung Blue Earth. Samsung had start to use bio-plastic in their cellphone series, W150 and F268, these two series start to use bio-plastic to replace steel component but still using conventional plastic in their product. Conventional plastic is made from oil substance, therefore conventional plastic is not consider as green component.
The latest green cell phone from Samsung is E200. This E200 use bio-plastic from corn substance for all component replacing steel component and conventional plastic component.
Are you ready? Go Green my friend.