Announced way back in February, the Samsung Blue Earth S7750 is finally ready to hit the market and it will be available in Sweden starting this month. Soon, the phone will also be launched in Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Portugal and other markets across Europe and Asia.
The S7750 is built from PCM (Post Consumer Material), which is basically extracted from water bottles, and it’s free from harmful substances such as Phthalate, BFR (Brominated Flame Retardants) and PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride).
Samsung Blue Earth comes with a unique UI (based on TouchWiz) that’s “designed to draw attention to preserving our fragile environment.”
The new phone comes with a solar panel on the back, which should allow you to charge it in the most eco-friendly way possible. Even if you don’t use the solar panel, the handset’s standard charger is quite eco-friendly as well, since it uses only 0.03W of power in standby mode.
Unlike most of the eco-friendly phones released until now, the Samsung Blue Earth isn’t a low-end device. Its features include a 3 inch touchscreen display with 240 x 400 pixels and 16 million colors, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, stereo FM radio, 3.2MP camera, 130MB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support.
As for the price of Blue Earth S7750, Samsung still hasn’t announced it.
Via Press release
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