Samsung’s 2022 Galaxy Lineup to be Made from Sustainable Material

Samsung announced its latest lineup for February 9th, the 2022 Galaxy S will be partly created from eco-friendly sustainable products, using ocean-bound comprised from fishing nets.

The corporate behemoth revealed plans to imbed the material in all products to be announced next week, then incorporate it into the remainder of its devices’ lineups. 

According to the electronic giant, people have grown their wrongful concept that plastic bottles and grocery bags are one of the leading causes of ocean debris, such as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, but that’s not the case in reality.

Microplastics and discarded nets left in the oceans are the first culprits leading to much more catastrophic outcomes in the climate, with marine biologists expressing their concerns on the matter.

Derelict fishing gear leads to ghost fishing, where fishers use these tools to keep trapping and killing, destroying marine life, including endangered species. 

However, Samsung is not the first company to consider the detrimental outcomes if this problem is not solved. Last year, Big Tech giant Microsoft announced its ocean plastic mouse, with a shell crafted from 20 percent recovered plastic.

In 2019, consumers and environmental activists criticized the South Korean titan, asking it to push for more sustainable products; the company then announced it would increase their sustainable materials for their packaging.