Sony Ericsson C901 GreenHeart, more ecological
It had been a few days since any manufacturer announced its intentions or its products flying the flag of the green, a strategy that we saw a lot last year and that, in any case, we find interesting as long as it achieves its objectives of reducing its environmental footprint.
Today it was Sony Ericsson that presented its GreenHeart initiative, which it inaugurates with a couple of models, in which the CO2 emissions caused by its manufacture and use are reduced by 15%.The first of the presented terminals has been the Sony Ericsson C901 GreenHeart.
In an effort to reduce its footprint on the environment, the phone comes in a smaller package, thus wasting less paper and needing fewer resources for transportation. The paper manual also disappears, replaced by an electronic version included in the terminal itself.
The Sony Ericsson C901 GreenHeart is made with 50% recycled plastics and, despite its qualities greenYou don't want to be short on benefits. Thus, it offers 3G connectivity compatible with HSPA, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, xenon flash and video recording, Bluetooth connectivity and music playback.
Its screen is 2.2 inches and a resolution of 320 × 240 pixels, including a light sensor to automatically reduce brightness. This allows you to adjust the use of the battery to the maximum, which achieves an autonomy of up to 9.5 hours in conversation and up to 18 days in standby.
It will go on sale during the second quarter of this year, that is, during this same month.
More information | Sony Ericsson.