Samsung has used the highest quality raw materials to produce its latest mobile products including Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Watch 5 series and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. This issue has made the mentioned gadgets to be surprisingly flexible. However, the Korean giant has gone to recycled raw materials to produce several components of these gadgets.
Recently, Samsung has published several videos to provide more explanations about this issue. These videos are for information purposes only and do not have fancy special effects or catchy soundtracks. Instead, these videos show multiple components manufactured using recycled raw materials.
These combinations are used in the latest Samsung mobile devices. In these videos, it is announced which components are produced using recycled materials and which are produced using plastic extracted from discarded fishing nets.
The Galaxy S22 series was the first device in which Samsung used advanced materials recycled from discarded fishing nets to manufacture some of its components. Furthermore, many non-critical components in the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 were also produced using the same recycled materials. Common components manufactured using recycled materials include connector brackets, speaker assemblies, the back of the power button and side keys, display connectors, and brackets around hinges.
The use of recycled materials for Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is probably more and almost all parts of the carrying case and headphone box are produced using these compounds. Also, some internal components of these earbuds, such as PCB brackets and battery holders, are produced using raw materials processed from fishing nets. Below are the videos released by Samsung for 4 gadgets Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro: