Both new Lumias are free of harmful substances like PVC, antimony trioxide, brominated and chlorinated compounds, and nickel (only on the product surface). Their packaging contains up to 60% recycled material, and is itself 100% recyclable. Moreover, “all materials of the devices can be recovered as materials and energy.”
The Lumia 820 even contains bio-based materials (“refined from non-edible plants rather than fossil sources”) in its cover and inner parts.
In Europe, the Lumia 920 (pictured above) costs €649 unlocked, while the Lumia 820 is obviously cheaper: €499.
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