So, what’s the best way to celebrate Earth Day? Buy a green mobile phone like the Sony Ericsson Elm. The Sony Ericsson Elm is part of Sony Ericsson’s Greenheart line. What’s Greenheart? Greenheart is Sony Ericsson’s mobile phone line which aims to be more environmentally friendly. Most of the Greenheart line is made up of recycled materials and environmentally friendly materials for the packaging. There’s no manual included to save on paper.
But unlike most eco-friendly mobile phones which have no features, the Sony Ericsson Elm has most of the features found on some high end phones such as GPS, 5 megapixel camera, 3G, WiFi, etc. Like what you’re reading? Read some of the Sony Ericsson Elm Review found on the Internet and I’m sure you’ll like it even more.
Some UK networks such as O2 and Vodaphone have announced that they will be carrying the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 however, it seems that they’re still not offering the phone directly from their website. Online retailers like carphonewarehouse and Expansys are offering the XPERIA X1 with a contract for 18 months though. Man, they’re so lucky. Anyways, I don’t know which carrier will carry it here but apparently, some lucky b*stard here in the US already has it. On Cellphone Reviews’ Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 Review, she mentioned that bengalboy got to test it.
Anyways, check out the link on her post. I got tired of weeding through all the pictures of half naked women from read bengalboy’s review but if you look hard enough you might be able to find some clues as to which carrier will work with the XPERIA X1.