Land Rover Contracts with Sonim to Make Branded Phones
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Dec 3, 2008, 10:25 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Dec 3, 2008, 10:51 AM
Land Rover and Sonim Technologies have entered into an agreement to develop and launch co-branded mobile phones. A total of three phones are already in the works, with two — the Land Rover S1 (pictured) and Land Rover S2 G4 — slated for launches in the first half of 2009, and the third following later in the year. The phones will be rugged, submersible, and certified to withstand salt, fog, humidity, transport and thermal shock and a 1.6-meter drop to concrete from any angle. Land Rover and Sonim are working with designer Scott Wilson to create the products, which will use GSM-based radio technology.
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Info about Land Rover LRS1 Sonim Phone
I have a question for you. Will the Sonim have the GSM 850 band, since we use the 850/1900 GSM bands in North America? Thanks!
* IP-57 certification
* MIL-810F certification for salt, fog, humidity, transport shock and thermal shock
* Hardened rubber molded to casing by dual injection process
Shock and vibration
* Rated to 2m drop to concrete
* Vibration protection from 5Hz to 500Hz
Dirt and dust
* Non-porous casing blocks entry of micro-particles
* Operational range -20C to +60C
Antiglare and Shock Resistant Screen
* 128X160 screen size
* Keypad buttons tested to 500,000 pushes
* Philips Nexperia 6120 platform
* ARM-9 processor
* GSM / GPRS tri-band
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