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i-mate 810-F with a lifetime warranty

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i-mate 810-F with a lifetime warranty
At the end of January, we informed you that i-mate was getting ready to reveal something revolutionary at the MWC 2009. Well, how revolutionary does ‘a phone with eternal warranty’ sound to you? Considering what the company has said, their new Windows Mobile smartphone – 810-F, has been made according to military standards. It is so durable that it could simply outlive you. It must withstand against extreme temperatures (ranging between -10 and +60 degrees centigrade), hard hitting and steeping into water. For this purpose, its body is covered by waterproof rubber coating, attached with overt screws. As you may see from the picture, the device is anything but beautiful. However, this is completely understandable, having in mind that endurance is what’s important here.

i-mate 810-F with a lifetime warranty
i-mate 810-F will operate under the Windows Mobile 6.1 OS and has a full QWERTY keyboard, QVGA touchscreen, 624 MHz PXA processor, 2MP camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, digital compass, accelerometer and Bluetooth. The internal memory is 2.2 GB but we still don’t know whether there will be a slot for memory card. The good news is that this is a quad-band device which supports global 3G. In other words – you can use it worldwide.

As we’ve already mentioned, safety is the primary attribute of this device, therefore, it supports the specific Secure i-Q service which deletes or locks up your entire personal information, in case it’s been stolen or lost. Expect our first impressions of this super hardcore phone, brought to you directly by MWC 2009!

source: Pocket-lint

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

1. westbank504 (Posts: 39; Member since: 23 Jan 2009)


ok......so its runnin on WinMo......is that OS gonna "outlive" us? no i dont think so, so while the phone itself will be intact and good for who knows how many years, WinMo is not gonna outlive us

posted on 12 Feb 2009, 15:22

2. Kiltlifter (Posts: 742; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)


With a processor that fast it will be able to upgrade the OS to WM7 or, when android takes off, you will be able to install android on the device as well. Before you make a technical comment, learn some basic sense for practical programming upgrades.

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