Nokia Recycles Old Stuff With An Eco-Friendly Remade Cellphone

As well as showing high-tech cellphones at MWC 2008, Nokia also demoed their green tech concept, the "Remade." The clamshell phone has an outer shell made from recycled aluminum cans, a chassis made of plastic from drink bottles and rubber parts made from old car tires. Even its screen and circuit board use techniques like printed electronics to minimize environmental impact. Vincent from Phonemag got some hands-on time and shot a video—find it below the gallery.

Nokia Recycles Old Stuff With An Eco-Friendly Remade Cellphone

Nokia Recycles Old Stuff With An Eco-Friendly Remade Cellphone

Nokia Recycles Old Stuff With An Eco-Friendly Remade Cellphone

Nokia Recycles Old Stuff With An Eco-Friendly Remade Cellphone

Nokia Recycles Old Stuff With An Eco-Friendly Remade Cellphone

Although it's a very appealing design, the Remade is just a non-functioning concept. There is, however, nothing to stop its ideas being used by the world's handset manufacturers. [Phonemag]