Sony Ericsson launches eco-friendly phone
Chennai: Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson on Wednesday launched an eco-friendly phone, Elm and said it would make all phone accessories green compliant by 2011.
The new handset comes with features like blocking background noise with the help of a noise shield, clear voice and volume adaptation, the company said in a statement.
"Keeping in line with the communication entertainment proposition, the phone offers an easy-to-use social networking experience featuring the Widget Manager application, which allows users access their social networking page" Sony Ericsson Vice-President-Marketing (Asia-Pacific) Peter Ang said.
The company claimed that the new phone is environment friendly and would help in reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The phone comes with recycled plastics, free from chemicals, a low power consumption charge.
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