Review: Casio G'zOne Commando
Phone Scoop puts Casio's rugged Android smartphone through its paces. Can this mil-spec handset take a beating?
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Casio has long made tough-as-nails handsets for those who lead an active life. Historically, they've been feature phones. Aiming for the more advanced user who wants a powerful, but protected, pocket pal, the Commando is a ruggedized, butt-kicking Android smartphone ready to take on any punishment you can deliver.
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Cat's latest rugged smartphones are the S41 and the S31. These two handsets are tough hombres that can handle plenty of punishment thanks to their mil-spec 810G and IP68 ratings.
This phone makes absolutely no sense to me.
"I have a phone that doesn't get signal very well on Verizon's network, so I can barely go online with it unless there's wifi in the wilderness ... but, I can take pictures and then go to starbucks after the hike and upload them onto my facebook."
Get a droid, or a fascinate ... and an OTTER BOX! seriously.
This is what we call a "non-phone".