Our landfills are continually bombarded with a never-ending barrage of e-waste. We upgrade our laptops, digital cameras, and all sorts of other consumer electronics on a fairly regular basis, so there is a lot of that gadgetry that ends up in the trash. That’s not good for the environment.
While they still want us to buy new phones as often as we can afford it, T-Mobile and Motorola also want us to love Mother Nature just a little more. That’s where the MOTO W233 Renew comes into play.
We’ve seen some sneak peeks at this handset in the past, but now the Motorola Renew is official. It doesn’t look like anything particularly special in terms of specs and features, but you will note that the MOTO W233 Renew is made from environmentally-friendly materials. This will reduce the environment impact when this phone eventually finds its way into the landfills.
The picture here is of a green handset and this makes sense given the green inclinations of the phone, but I’m thinking that the MOTO W233 Renew will be made available in a few other colors as well. Maybe. In terms of features, you get microSD expansion, MP3 player, FM radio with RDS, and other basics. Look for this phone to drop at T-Mo near the end of the month.