Casio G'Zone gets updated GPS, Push-to-Talk, and bloatware

Casio G'Zone gets updated GPS, Push-to-Talk, and bloatware
The Casio G’Zone Commando, Verizon’s rugged push-to-talk Android handset with mid-range specs, is getting an update rolled out very soon, according to information posted to Big Red’s website. Casio, not known as a major smartphone vendor, has done a good job with frequent updates on the G’Zone Commando, as this will mark the fourth update in the phone’s first year of life.

Several bugs and updates are being pushed in this update, labeled C771M110, as are some new forms of Verizon bloatware, which we’re sure owners will be thrilled about. If you want to check out all of the upcoming fixes, check out Verizon’s press release below:

source: Verizon via Droid-Life


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