Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Restore, an Environmentally Friendly Mobile Phone From Samsung

With only price $ 79.99 (excluding taxes and other additional costs), the Samsung Restore reportedly does not require signing a contract agreement with wireless operator concerned

Samsung Restore is equipped with four-row sliding QWERTY keyboard (slides out). This device is also equipped with 2.4-inch LCD screen (240 x 320 pixels) capable of doing portrait and landscape oriented display, 2MP camera and camcorder in the back, and Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology is packed inside.

In addition bring social networking to support the existence of a shortcut to access Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, this phone also provides access to e-mail, including AOL, Gmail, Yahoo and MSN / Windows Live Hotmail as well as with support for Google Maps and Virgin Navigator.

For those of you who want more storage media, Samsung Restore is equipped with a microSD memory card slot with support up to 32GB of additional storage space, with accompanying MP3 player.

With using 1140 mAh batteries, this mobile phone which sized 4.6 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches and weighs 3.7 ounces is reportedly able to survive to talk continuously up to 6 hours.

Some of main eco-friendly features of this phone include among others:

Casing of phone with a content of 27 percent recycled plastic and 83 percent of the overall handset can be recycled. This device also meets strict standards RoHS3 and only low levels of environmentally sensitive materials (PVC, BFRs, Phthalates, Beryllium).

Samsung Restore handsets will be launched in the latest packaging made by Virgin Mobile which also more environmentally friendly. Environmentally friendly packaging is bound to this, also reportedly made from 100% recycled plastic and uses plastic almost 50% from the previous packaging.

Samsung quite often creating an environment-friendly mobile phones, such as mobile Blue Earth.

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