One of the main hindrance for the evolution of smartphones right now is the battery technology. We are still using the same old battery technology which was used a decade back. Lots of companies are working to improve battery technology in smartphones and alternative ways to power up your device like a solar panel on the back of your device, etc. Nokia today posted a fun and informative video on sustainability. It shows how you can charge your Windows Phone device by dancing! Watch the video above.
If you are a Nokia Lumia 1520 owner, you should be proud to own it. Find the reason behind it after the break.
Nokia’s very first phone using recycled plastics in the product cover.
Energy use 544 MJ
Greenhouse gas emissions: 37 kg CO2-eq.
Energy efficiency: automatic screen brightness adjustment, battery saver feature, energy efficient charger
Eco content and services: available at Store, HERE Drive: route optimization, HERE Maps: pedestrian navigation, HERE Transit: public transportation route planning
Materials: Contains recycled metals in inner parts of the product & the black color variant incudes recycled plastics in the product’s cover parts. The product is free of BFR, rFR, PVC. Nickel is not used on the product surface. The product has scratch resistant glass screen for enhanced durability.
Recycling: 100% recoverable as materials and energy
Packaging: 100 % recyclable, minimized package made of renewable materials containing up to 80% recycled materials and the virgin wood fibres are up to 100% certified.
User guide: In-device user guide. A small printed guide is included in the sales box, full version is available on nokia.com
The estimated environmental impact of this device equals to driving 233 km in a typical family car.