Nokia unveiled a “concept” handset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The phone is made entirely from recycled and renewable parts. Dubbed “Remade,” even the phone’s electronic components will be manufactured with recycled and renewable parts.
And not just recycled phone parts, the Remade’s body is created out of recycled aluminum cans and used plastic drink bottles, and the keypad is made from old car tires.
The handset is still in the development stages – it can’t yet place or receive a call – and Nokia has not committed to mass-producing it, but the company has said that it shows what can be done with recycled materials.