Sony Ericsson has announced two eco-friendly phones- Elm and Hazel under the GreenHeartinitiative. Greenheart is an initiative to manufacture handsets with recycled plastic materials. This would eventually help to reduce the CO2 emissions. Both of the phones offer consumers a green choice without compromising on features or fun.
- Clear voice and intelligent volume adaptation with Noise shield technology
- Natural fit in the palm of a hand with a design featuring human curvature and ergonomic keypad
- Secure information online at Sonyericsson.com and backup personal data over the air
- Access Facebook, MySpace and Twitter and browse social networking sites
- Integrated 5.0-megapixel auto-focus camera to take pictures of friends and family and upload photos to blogs and Web sites
- Built-in MP3 player with SensMe, MegaBass, PlayNow and TrackID technology
- Features Google search and Google Maps, Wisepilot for turn-by-turn navigation with A-GPS
- Noise shield for clear voice and intelligent volume adaptation
- Human curvature and ergonomic keypad ensures a natural fit in the palm of a hand
- Backup personal data over the air on Sonyericsson.com to secure information
- Switch to social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter
- Built-in 5.0-megapixel auto-focus camera to snap photos of friends and family and upload images to blogs and Web sites
- Integrated MP3 player with SensMe, MegaBass, PlayNow and TrackID features
- Access to Google search and Google Maps, Wisepilot for turn-by-turn navigation with A-GPS
The Elm and Hazel handsets will be available in the first and second quarters of 2010, respectively.