Nokia E7 mobile phone is the greenest on the planet

Nokia E7 A great mobile phone

There are many words to describe the Nokia E7 mobile phone, beautiful, innovative design, everything you need to stay in sync, a joy to use. And most important of all every aspect of this handset is friendly to the environment, in fact, its possible that the Nokia E7 mobile phone is the greenest on the planet.  It’s packed with really helpful features such as a power save mode, a reminder for unplugging the charger, a sensor for ambient light, and a highly efficient AC-10 charger and more.

Plus other little touches that help you to be environmentally aware, to help you save on fuel consumption the Nokia E7 mobile phone has quick access to maps so you can get their time/fuel efficiency and for those of us who like to walk it has maps if you’re traveling by foot.

Build wise; it’s nickel free, antimony trioxide-free, chlorinated compound-free, brominated compound-free, and PVC-free.  Which is great because Nokia has made this green mobile phone 100% recyclable, we always say hurrah when we hear that?

The Nokia E7 mobile phone has a 4-inch touch screen mobile, full QWERTY keyboard and weighs in a 176g.  It has handwriting recognition software, tasty.  A compass, 8 mp camera, and HD video and all with an internal memory of 16GB.

None of your usual half a ton of packaging comes with this little gem, what it does come in – is made up of all renewable materials and are 100% recyclable.  And the user manual remembers them – how they used to be a 1000 pages in 10 different languages, none of that now.  This one comes as a quick guide that is just a few pages long.  You can find the complete manual online and it’s interactive so it won’t leave you stranded for information.

The Nokia E7 mobile phone is state of the art business communication

And the Nokia E7 mobile phone has all the usual full social media integration, so you’ll never be far away from friends and when you do get hold of them to talk to.  The battery has a talk time life of a staggering 540 hours and a standby time of 470 hours.  So you’ll be saving the environment just by not charging it so often.