The eco-friendly mobile phone Motocubo A45

Motorola Motocubo A45

If you are going to have a mobile phone, then you have to consider the Motocubo A45 it’s got the most fab name.  I sometimes wonder if mobile phones could be a little more colourful and this little baby has that and it’s not just a colour.  The colourful casing is made from 25% recycled plastic bottles and the handset itself is 75% recyclable.

Weighing in at 110 Gms, it is a powerful piece of mobile phone kit, with an awesome spec.  You can store up to 1500 contacts.  You can track 20 dialled, 20 received and 20 missed calls, it has 32 MB internal memory and supports micro SD card of up to 32GB (a 2 GB card is supplied for free).  MP3 ringtones and downloadable polyphonic ringtones along with vibration. FM radio with RDS; FM recording, Games, Java MIDP 2.0, MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player and MP4/H.263 player all for your entertainment.

The camera is OK at 2MP though.  It’s a 2G phone with quad-band, email friendly and the browser supports WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML. For higher connectivity, it also has Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, micro USB v2.0, GPRS, EDGE and HSCSD.

A full QWERTY keyboard features Organizer, T9, Voice memo and dial functions.  With a 2.5 inch screen, the standard battery provides a talk time of 8.5 hours and standby time up to 350 hours.