Casio G'zOne Brigade is pretty hi-tech for a rugged phone
Anyways, for those who have missed our previous coverage of the Casio G’zOne Brigade – it is another PTT-capable rugged CDMA (supports EV-DO rev.A) handset conforming to MIL-STD-810F, which should provide resistance for water, shock, dust, vibration, humidity, salt fog, low pressure, high temperature, low temperature and solar radiation… though it is also said that “these specifications in no way guarantee that the product will remain free of damage or malfunctions.” So you should still be careful with it. The Brigade is targeted to the slightly tech-savvier users, than the other phones from the G’zOne series, as it sports a QWERTY keyboard and an internal 2.9” WQVGA screen. The external one is 1.2” monochrome PMOLED (128x96 pixels resolution), which is kind of dandy with its circular framing.
Casio G'zOne Brigade C741 Specifications | Hands-on
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2. Kappy posted on 25 Feb 2010, 07:50 0 0
I wonder if this has theft deterent like some of those spring phones used to have.... Yes this is a joke lol
3. doitall76 posted on 25 Feb 2010, 08:05 0 0
What the hell is "Salt Fog", I have never experienced salt fog in the US.
4. ErikSax posted on 25 Feb 2010, 08:36 0 0
Take a ferry over salt water in foggy conditions like the Great Lakes or from Manhattan to Staten Island or in Washington State. Mobile phone use is common on ferries and tug boats, due to the captive and or isolated environment. This phone should work if there is a fog, containing salty water, as opposed to fresh (saltless) water.
7. phoneguy posted on 25 Feb 2010, 12:58 0 0
Hey I am not a scientist but the great lakes are fresh water.............
6. numberonenygfan posted on 25 Feb 2010, 09:51 0 0
this phone is pretty cool for its demographic, however wait until you guys feel it.. its HEAVIER THEN THE DROID!!
10. theGodpapa posted on 25 Feb 2010, 17:43 0 0
No, it doesnt require a data plan since it supports PTT and that is one way of avoiding the data push !
11. fireredak posted on 25 Feb 2010, 17:54 0 0
To Godpapa, How do you know it doesnt require a data plan? I think it will because it has a full HTML browser, not because it is a 3g phone. Theres no way verizon is gonna let a full HTML phone not require a data plan.
13. solotennis posted on 25 Feb 2010, 19:26 0 0
Yes it does REQUIRE a data package....your not allowed to say require when your selling it tho. They train you on that.