Smartphones waste significantly too many resources to be turned in for a new device even if just minor damage occurs. In order to reduce technological waste and conserve resources, Nokia, the Finnish telecommunications company, has consistently prioritized repairability in the design of its new G22 model. The smartphone has been developed in collaboration with the repair platform iFixit so that users may repair and replace parts more simply. The repair should be possible at home using simple step-by-step instructions, original iFixit spare parts, and a few simple tools (which are also provided). According to the company, the path taken with the Nokia G22 is to be continued and more smartphones that can be repaired more easily are to be designed and produced.
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