Review: Motorola VA76r Tundra
The Motorola Tundra serves a very particular purpose, and thus will likely only appeal to a subset of possible users. Its large size and heavy weight make it unappealing for most people to carry around all the time. But it is solid as all heck. We put it through its paces and beat it up pretty good and it survived everything we threw at it.
The camera / video camera software performs well, though the music player could be better. Web browsing is quick and straight-forward, and the Tundra's compatibility with Java apps means it can run all sorts of software. The GPS also worked very well.
In the end, it handles calling features with aplomb, and serves its primary directive well. It is definitely a solid candidate for the worker who needs a tough phone that can withstand harsh working conditions.
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