Nokia 3720 classic is the manufacturer's toughest handset yet

Nokia 3720 classic is the manufacturer's toughest handset yet
Nokia has announced a new rugged phone, the 3720 classic, saying it is their toughest device to date. The handset is expected to come out as early as this summer at an approximate price of $175 (EUR 125) before subsidies and taxes. Unfortunately, information on the exact markets it will first launch is not available. What’s nice about it is the 3720 classic looks ordinary and not like a typical, rugged device.

The fact that the company is working on a rugged phone has been known since the device first surfaced as the 3720 earlier in June, when Nokia Conversations posted videos of tests, measuring the toughness of some rugged handset. Now, here’s what the IP-54 certified survivor offers in terms of specs: 2.2-inch display, 2MP camera, Bluetooth 2.1, microSD slot, MP3 support, Nokia Maps pre-installed on the 1GB memory card that comes in the box, Series 40 interface and tri-band GSM connectivity.

source: Nokia


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