FairPhone spends 22 per sold unit on sustainability projects




The Dutch initiative FairPhone spends about 22 per sold unit on sustainability projects. This is evident from the explanation of the cost of the phone FairPhone has put online. The first aircraft will be delivered in december.

That 22 euro call at projects that tin phones is extracted without the proceeds used to fund a fight a Made With Care program for sustainable production of smartphones and costs associated with open source and maintaining the source code of the software. FairPhone is the only maker of smartphones that a “breakdown” of costs incurred online move . Of the 325 euros that customers will pay more than sixty euros and 185 euros in taxes to producing and inspected the product.

The FairPhone , which despite its name is still partly using ‘unfair’ labor and materials produced will be. delivered in December Include the Dutch provider KPN takes thousand of copies. The FairPhone is a project of the Amsterdam Waag Society and aims at fairer prices, raw materials and labor in the telecom sector to enforce using. Own smartphones

The FairPhone might be changed, but for now it is based on the HonPhone V9, an Android phone last year. FairPhone does have opted for a faster processor MediaTek and housing will be made of recycled plastic. The phone will run Android Jelly Bean with own software FairPhone over it.



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