It seems that Motorola’s more likely to launch an eco-friendly phone than an Android device, since the environmentally friendly Moto A45 Murano has just went live today. Also known as MOTOCUBO A45, the handset is available in Brazil, for $293, but let’s hope it’ll enter more markets soon.
This eco-friendly phone is 25% recycled plastic bottles, while 70% of it can be recycled as well. MOTOCUBO A45 is destined to reach a youthful market, since it’s a messaging phone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and a landscape QVGA display. Moto A45 supports quad band GSM/EDGE connectivity, Bluetooth, FM radio with RDS and Google Maps.
Social networking services are also on the specs list, together with a 3.5mm headset jack, a 2 megapixel camera and there’s a 2GB memory card bundled with the device, if you’re wondering.
[via Unwired View]