They won’t look different from what you’re already used to, though. Instead, they’ll feature an eco apps folder that includes green content, like games and various third-party applications.
The handset’s packaging will be “minimal” and %100 recyclable. Also, the user’s start-up guides will be condensed down to a single page – this way, Nokia uses 95% less paper.
The eco-friendly N8 and C7 will be first launched in Spain, where Telefonica offers services under the Movistar brand. The smartphones will also be avaialble in the UK (O2), Germany (O2), Argentina, Chile and Peru.
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