It was this June when Sony Ericsson announced
, a brand new cell phone series to include devices designed with our environment in mind. Until earlier today, the line-up comprised only two handsets, the Sony Ericsson C901 Greenheart and Naite. Well, it was about time the family got bigger - let´s say "Hi" to the newcomers, the Sony Ericsson Hazel
that we already told you about
at the time they were still known as the Sunny and Susan. They come with different form factors, the Hazel is a slider while the Elm is a classic candybar handset, but identical hardware features, including 5-megapixel camera with Photo flash, Wi-Fi, A-GPS and microSD expansion card slot. They are both made from recycled plastics and the manufacturer doesn´t provide paper user-guides in an attempt to save trees by cutting down on unnecessary use of paper. The cell phones are equipped with the EP300 Greenheart wall charger that is highly energy efficient. The Sony Ericsson Hazel and Elm feature dedicated applications for the three most popular social networks (Facebook, Twitter and MySpace) as well as the navigational program Wisepilot. The company promises both devices will deliver superb sound quality during calls thanks to special noise-cancellation technology.
The slider Sony Ericsson Hazel
Aside from the two cell phones, the third new member of the Greenheart family is a Bluetooth hands-free set, the Sony Ericsson VH700
that also utilizes noise cancellation technology in order to deliver improved in-call quality. Its battery should be able to provide 5hrs of continuous talk time and keep the gadget operational for 250hrs in stand-by.
source: Sony Ericsson
The Sony Ericsson Elm along with the VH700