Cell phone manufacturer Nokia has come up with an environmentally friendly handset each part of which is made of 100 per cent recycled materials.
The company has named its revolutionary handset "ReMade" mobile.
Experts at Nokia say that their new phone has been designed using recycled materials that avoid the need for natural resources, reduce landfill, and allow for more energy efficient production.
They extracted aluminum from cans, plastic from drink bottles, and rubber from old car tyres for makin it.
They have even used eco-friendly printed electronics in the phone, reports Environmental News Network.
According to the company, the graphics used on the display save energy without compromising on style.
Nokia says that the idea behind the "remade" concept was to determine if it was possible to create something a device from used matter.
The firm says that this concept is part of its ongoing work looking at how people can be helped in making more sustainable choices.
Such an environmentally friendly mobile may help inspire and stimulate discussion on how mobile devices might be made in future, says the company.