Sony Ericsson adds to its GreenHeart eco-friendly mobile phone portfolio two new devices, the Elm and the Hazel, and the VH700 Bluetooth headset. The Elm candybar and the Hazel slider both have 5 Megapixerl auto focus camera with face detection and geotagging, Bluetooth, built-in media player with MEGA BASS, A-GPS and WiFi.
Sony Ericsson’s Hazel gets a 2.6-inch 240×320 LCD display while the Elm has a 2.2-inch display. They have up to 280MB internal memory and offer a microSD card. In addition to quad-band GSM, these eco phones support HSPA networks as well. The former comes in Superior Black and Passionate Rouge and the latter in Metal Black and Pearly Rose.
Also introduced is the VH700 Bluetooth Noise Shield Handsfree. Comes in Black, Silver/White, Red/White and Pink/White, Sony Ericsson’s VH700 has a clip-on design and supports Bluetooth 2.1. The Elm will be released in Q1 and the Hazel in Q2 along with the VH700.
The Sony Ericsson Elm phone, the Sony Ericsson Hazel phone and the VH700 all benefit the environment and help reduce CO2 emissions through:
- Recycled plastics
- E-manual in phone
- Free from hazardous chemicals
- Low power consumption charger (EP300 GreenHeart)
- Walk Mate eco application
- Green calculator
- Minimized packaging
- Condensed user guide (VH700)
- Waterborne paint (VH700)