The user’s start-up guide is condensed down to a single page, representing a 95 per cent saving in paper. The packaging is also minimal – just enough to protect the devices in transit – and 100 per cent recyclable. Both phones come with a high-efficiency energy charger to reduce charging times – the devices also remind you to unplug when charging is finished.This offer is part of Nokia’s and Telefónica’s “Green Customer Experience” cooperation. The project will launch first in Spain, and will gradually be introduced to other markets in which Telefónica is present, such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Argentina, Peru and Chile.
Nokia N8 and Nokia C7 are two of Nokia’s most environmentally friendly phones ever. Both feature an energy-saving mode, a power-efficient AMOLED screen and an ambient light sensor. Both use innovative new materials: the Nokia N8 contains bio-plastics, while the Nokia C7 is the first in the industry to use bio-paints. Like all Nokia phones, they are free of PVC, BFR (brominated flame retardants) and RFR (chlorinated and brominated compounds and antimony trioxide).