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We're not so sure what to make of this -- and would put very little weight in it until we hear otherwise -- as the title's typo and obvious lack of 3yr plans that carriers love up here make it seem a bit sketch. Though, as the pic is hollering, we can purportedly expect the Samsung F266 tomorrow, S

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If you're interested in doing your little part to save the environment from the scourge of non-recyclable cellphones, take note: your knight in shining armor has arrived. Motorola's W233 Renew candybar for T-Mobile isn't going to blow anyone away with its spec sheet, but it might just blow away a f

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We hear this thing is made out of water bottles... and lameness. We totally applaud Moto's efforts in recycling stuff, reducing excess packaging, and offsetting carbon footprints, but couldn't the first phone to enjoy that initiative be just a little cooler? The W233 Renew really has nothing of co

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If these fine specimens look familiar, well, they should -- one's already been announced (albeit on a different carrier) and the other two have been thoroughly scooped. Motorola's CES haul includes the eco-tastic Renew W233, a simple candybar destined for T-Mobile that features a neutral carbon foo

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If these fine specimens look familiar, well, they should -- one's already been announced (albeit on a different carrier) and the other two have been thoroughly scooped. Motorola's CES haul includes the eco-tastic Renew W233, a simple candybar destined for T-Mobile that features a neutral carbon foo

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A quick glance at this positively anonymous Moto candybar isn't going to stir any emotion, but a closer look reveals something pretty important -- as its name implies, the W233 \"Renew\" is made from a lot of renewable stuff. Both the packaging and the phone itself are made of materials designed to r

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Memorex is hitting all the right buzz words with its new line of \"ReNew\" products, unfortunately the company forgot to spend much time thinking about the products themselves. Sure, it's all packaged in recycled cardboard and egg carton recycled paper, built with recycled plastics, meets RoHS standa

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