LG KF900 Prada among 'a range which focuses on sustainability'
14 October 2009 — 2:00 PM
Those considering mobile recycling to pay for an LG KF900 Prada may be impressed by the manufacturer's latest announcement.
It was revealed this week that the South Korean firm, which also counts devices like the GD510 Pop among its new line of handsets, will continue to push ahead in developing the latest green technologies.
Dr Skott Ahn, president and chief executive officer of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, explained that the existing range have been built with a focus on a number of sustainability targets.
"By 2012, LG plans to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by our products to a level 15 per cent lower than 2007 by enhancing the energy efficiency of our main products," he added.
The spokesman concluded by saying this would continue into the future and would involve a dedication to social and environmental responsibility.
Last month, Zikkir World considered the LG KF900 Prada and said the device "reeks of fashion and stylishness".
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