Mark Peters : March 10th 2011 - 10:50 CET
|Motorola rugged phone
Motorola Brute i686 rugged phone : Motorola announced a new rugged phone: the Motorola i686. The Motorola Brute i686 is the latest Nextel Direct Connect handset and first iDEN clam phone designed to meet Military Specification 810G requirements for extreme elements, including dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, low pressure, blowing rain, solar radiation, humidity, salt fog and immersion. No matter the condition, the uncommonly durable i686 is built to keep you connected. Dual microphones ensure great sound quality and background noise cancellation, enabling clear conversations with the Motorola rugged phone even in noisy and disrupting environments.|
Motorola i686 rugged phone
The Motorola rugged phone allows you to simply push a button to talk or send messages via the Nextel Direct Connect network. With services like Group Connect, Direct Talk and Direct Send, you can communicate instantly with one person or many. If a Push-to-Talk call goes longer than you expected, you can seamlessly convert it over to a voice call. With the new Motorola rugged phone it’s easy to send pictures or contact information while on a Push-to-Talk call, and Direct Talk keeps you in touch even when you are off-network. The Motorola rugged phone is equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology, giving you the option to stay connected while hands-free.
Motorola rugged phone
The Motorola i686 rugged phone gives you a variety of messaging capabilities to quickly communicate with co-workers, customers and friends. These capabilities include SMS, MMS, a unified message inbox and IM-style message threading to make tracking conversations easier. The Motorola i686 rugged phone comes with a 2 Megapixel digital camera with flash function to store and send photos. With the Motorola i686 rugged phone you can listen to your favourite music on the go with the build-in MP3 player. The rugged phone from Motorola has GPS navigation functionality, the phone knows which way is the right way, even when you don’t.
Motorola i686 rugged phone features
• Differentiation : rugged phone designed to meet Mil-Spec 810G
• Talk and Standby Time : up to 5.8 hours /up to 150 hours
• Bands / Modes : iDEN 800/900 MHz
• Dimensions : 2.09 x 3.92 x 1.02 inch
• Internal display : 2.2” 176 x 220 pixels
• External display : 1.3” 120 x 160 pixels
• Weight: 5.6 ounces (158.8 grams)
• Battery : BK10 1750 mAh
• Digital camera : 2 Megapixel
• Connectivity : Stereo Bluetooth 2.1
• Push To Talk Features : Direct Talk, Direct Send
• Memory : 180 MB and microSD supports up to 8GB cards
• Location Services : GPS navigation enabled
• Antenna : Internal
Motorola i686 review & availability
The new Motorola Brute i686 will be available beginning in Q1 2011. As soon as we receive a Motorola i686 test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Motorola i686 rugged phone review.