First, I have to say that the dedicated site for environmental profiles is well-made and an excelent resource for anyone interested how Nokia phones fit into the picture of sustainable development, recycling, materials used, etc.
If we take a look at the Nokia X20, we can see that “91% materials of the device can be recovered as materials and energy”, compared to 85.3% on the Nokia 8.3 5G. The C20 for example “contains up to 82.1% recycled material”, comapred to 65.33% on the Nokia 5.4 and Nokia 8.3 5G.
The materials used are also an interesting section, where one can see that Nokia X20 uses more ceramic (26%) and less metal (16%) and plastic (20%), compared to Nokia 8.3 5G that has 7% ceramic materials, 22% metal and 44% plastic. It’s a bit hard to compare these numbers because of the layout of the environmental-profiles page, so maybe a modular table for these categories might be the next ui enhancements Nokia Mobile’s web team can do?
In any case, I really like the transparency that is achieved by putting together such a page and offering everyone that is interested to learn more about the devices. You can check the environmental profiles by clicking here.