Sony Ericsson Aspen 'protects the environment'
2 February 2010 — 5:03 PM
Sony Ericsson has unveiled its new eco-friendly Windows Mobile smartphone, which is part of the company's efforts to move towards the implementation of greener phones that are safer for the environment.
The Aspen is made from recycled plastics, waterborne paints and makes use of an optimised display light sensor that utilises less energy.
"The Sony Ericsson Aspen is the business phone with a conscience," said Quentin Cordier, Sony Ericsson's global marketing manager.
He added that with the latest version of Windows Phone, the handset has a rich user interface and powerful productivity tools.
The mobile phone could provide consumers with an option to consider when upgrading their existing device and people can help to protect the environment even further by recycling their used phone.
Should users of the phone lose the handset or have it stolen, they can remotely erase their phone data via the Microsoft MyPhone service, while the handset is also fitted with Google Maps, a 3.2-megapixel camera and A-GPS.
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