Motorola Announces the Marine Corp Quality Quantico
Today Motorola debuted a new mil-spec, ruggedized phone called the Quantico. The Quantico (named after the USMC base) is a tri-band clamshell CDMA phone, supporting 800/1700/1900MHz EVDO. It has a rubber-coated exterior with textured patterns to make it easier to grip. The Quantico can withstand a 30-minute dunk in up to three feet of water. It can also withstand extreme pressure, temperature, dust, shock, vibration and blowing rain. Other features include GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, a 2.5mm headset jack, high performance speakerphone and a 1.3 megapixel camera. U.S. Cellular has started selling the Quantico for $99 after rebates with new agreement, or $190 via its pre-paid plans.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Active Built for the Adventurous and the Accident-Prone
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S7 Active, a semi-rugged version of its S7 flagship smartphone. The Active has a sturdier metal frame with rubber-coated corners to help protect it.
Kyocera DuraXTP Is the Latest Rugged Feature Phone for Sprint
Kyocera and Sprint today announced the DuraXTP, an ultra-rugged feature phone. The DuraXTP is rated mil-spec 810G for durability and IP68 for protection against water and dust.
AT&T Debuts Rugged Mobile Hotspot
AT&T today announced the Unite Explore, a mobile hotspot that's been ruggedized to withstand abuse. The hotspot has earned the mil-spec 810G and IR65 ratings for protection against shock, temperature extremes, vibration, water, and dust.
Kyocera DuraForce XD to Be Sold By AT&T
AT&T today said it will soon offer the DuraForce XD, a rugged Android phablet from Kyocera. The DuraForce XD picks up where last year's DuraForce left off with a bigger 5.7-inch HD screen with wet-finger tracking and glove support.
Kyocera's New Flagship Rugged Android Phone is the DuraForce Pro
Kyocera today announced the DuraForce Pro, its new rugged Android phone. The DuraForce is positioned as a significantly upgraded replacement for both the DuraForce and the Brigadier models, and comes in versions both with and without CDMA.
30 minute dunk into 3 feet of water. Where do they come up with that??? Why do they not just say water resistant???? DUH!
Because a 30 minute dunk is water proof, not resistant. Resistant is that...
if someone throws it into the deep end of the pool and complains it doesnt work after 29 minutes theyre covered.
"compatible w/networks operated by ... MetroPCS & Cricket" ??
Also, it's already be stated the US Cellular is offering this device.
Just wondering. Was there a reason to call out Metro & Cricket?
Rich, you need to correct this
US Cellular is selling this as of today.