Samsung Blue Earth is the company’s hot new eco-friendly phone, shown for the first time at Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona, back in February. Now, we get to see the device in action at CommunicAsia 2009, in Singapore:


This “green” phone integrates solar panels and it’s made out of recycled plastic, plus it packs a pedometer, so you’ll be counting your steps, as you avoid using a car and go to work by foot. The solar panels are used for charging the handset’s battery and they’re placed at the back, without spoiling the aesthetics of the device.

On the front side, Samsung Blue Earth shows a neat full touchscreen display and I can bet that this would make a great phone for campers and people who go on long trips and forget to charge their cellphones.

[via CNET]

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