If you’re conscious about the environment, then you’ll certainly want to pick an eco-friendly phone, and the freshly-announced LG Remarq might be just what you were looking for. The phone has been confirmed to be offered by Sprint, and is 87 percent made from recyclable materials and 19 percent made from recycled plastic. LG and Sprint claim that this phone sports low levels of bromides and PV plastics in the phones construction, not to mention a fully recyclable box. The Remarq actually looks a lot like the Samsung Reclaim, which can be seen as the Remarq’s direct competitor. Despite its low-end status, the LG Remarq still manages to pack in a 1.3-megapixel camera, microSDHC card expansion and Bluetooth support. The phone will be offered free for folks who agree to a two-year plan, after a $20 mail-in rebate. The LG Remarq should be shipping on May 9th.
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