New eco-friendly cell phone Nokia Ink 01 made of recycled aluminum
After hybrid cars being the talk of the town, now mobile companies are getting interested. Nokia has launched a green phone concept that will be made of recycled aluminum. Engineered by Luis Barcelo the phone is called Nokia Ink 01 and has a very futuristic appeal to it. Idea behind this is to reduce the energy consumption wherever you use your cell phone. A special feature is that it carries an extra low power consumption E-Ink digital display. All parts of the cell phone structure are constructed from recycled aluminum being capable to be constantly recycled while using low energy consumption. The Nokia Inc 01 has its main key pad coming with a capacitive sensor which appears to reduce the amount of separate parts. It is equipped with a mini OLED display that makes it possible for the user to take pictures and revise them while consuming little energy.
The phone is powered by a silver/zinc battery instead of lithium ion batteries which are 95 per cent recyclable and comes with more energy density by 40 per cent than other lithium ion batteries.