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New Nokia Phone to Run on Coke Thanks to Bio Battery

When it comes to weird and wonderful designs, Daizi Zheng is right up there with the best of them. Her latest design is Nokia cells phones that are powered by Coke; this is done by using a new Bio Battery. It is not just Coca-Cola that can power the phone but any sugary drinks.

According to the designer, the new Nokia phones battery would get its power from enzymes, it is those that will generate the electricity from carbohydrates and will last three to four times as long as conventional lithium batteries. Not just that, but this power source is also biodegradable.

Zheng was asked by Nokia to design an eco power source alternative for its handsets, she knew that current cell phone batteries were not only expensive, but uses valuable resources throughout the manufacturing process. Coming up with a cheaper, greener choice is something worth solving.

We are not certain if and when this idea will be put in to use, but there are so many things that could go wrong with the idea. However, if things are done right, then Nokia could be on to a winner.

You had better get your Soda Stream fizzy drinks maker off eBay, as you could end up using it to power future cell phones. For full details visit Dezeen.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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