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A phone that posts itself for recycling

The average lifespan for a smartphone in the US is about 21.7 months - but where do they go? Envelope Phone incorporates pre-paid postage into its body, so when you’re done with it, drop it into a postbox and it will go back to the manufacturer for recycling.

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