The esoterically named Sony Ericsson Naite may classify as a feel-good eco-phone, but its packed feature and toolsets make it a good pick for socialites shopping in the midlevel range--daintier carbon footprints notwithstanding.
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With it's sharp display, steady call quality, and bundle of multimedia features, the Sony Ericsson Naite is a strong midrange phone.
Sony Ericsson's Naite may classify as an eco-phone, but its packed feature set makes it a good pick for socialites shopping in the midlevel range--daintier carbon footprints notwithstanding.
The candy bar handset offers midrange features and an environmental beat.
Sony Ericsson's Naite is from its green-tinged GreenHeart range of phones, and promises to cut 15 per cent of the CO2 cost of a similar small phone from last year's range
Sony Ericsson's new Naite and C901 phones offer Earth-friendly initiatives.
The buy-and-throw-away culture of consumer technology is deeply ingrained, but Sony Ericsson believes it can be a part of turning this around. The company today announced plans to reduce its carbon footprint by 15 per cent by 2015, with initiatives that include handsets being produced from recyclable materials, calling the program Greenheart.
At CES, Sony Ericsson shows green phones, a handset with a transparent display, and a designer model with gold plating. Check them out in CNET's slideshow.
Under GreenHeart program, company commits to reducing CO2 emissions by 20 percent on internal operations and by 15 percent over the life cycle of all products.
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