Nokia has set up an interesting project to promote the Lumia 930 in the UK. What seems to be a product of a joint meeting with Greenpeace is actually a giant wall made of potatoes and apples. Why? To charge up a phone.
Some of you may know this, but for others this is a headscratcher. The process of charging the battery using potatoes and apples is possible thanks to the chemicals inside them, which help transfer energy via the metal wires.
And since one potato and an apple won’t cut it, Nokia used 800 on them. Then, the giant garden was hooked concurrently together with a single wire plugged into the Nokia Lumia 930 wireless charger.
And voilà, you have yourself a charger, and a dinner for later. Check out the whole process in the video below.