Help build a better future

From packages without plastic to accessibility features, we're working to create a more sustainable and inclusive society. 

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100% renewable electricity

Xperia 5 V is assembled in the plant that works by electricity generated 100% from renewable sources. Sony Group aims to achieve 100% renewable electricity use by 2030.
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Meet our Original Blended Material

The Xperia 5 V's packaging uses Sony's Original Blended Material, which is made from bamboo, sugarcane fibres, and post-consumer recycled paper, all of which are readily available around the world's largest manufacturing hubs in Asia.
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We're making packaging sustainable

As part of our sustainability drive, the Xperia 5 V packaging has eliminated plastic components or replaced them with paper materials0. We've also made the packaging slim and compact for more efficient transportation. 
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We're using more recycled plastic

At Sony we've reduced our use of non-renewable resources by developing SORPLAS™, a recycled plastic that is eco-conscious and offers high performance, making it ideal for our new products.
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We're improving accessibility 

From enabling voice control to increasing text size, the Xperia 5 V includes a range of accessibility features, enabling anyone to communicate freely, whatever their individual needs.
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Photography Pro helps everyone take better photos

With the latest Photography Pro, you can opt to have a sound played when your Xperia camera tilts to one side or the other. So, a person who is blind or has low vision can take a straight picture. We've also updated the User Interface to make it easier to use.
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