Verizon prepares rugged Casio G'zOne phone

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Verizon prepares rugged Casio G'zOne phone

Back in March, FCC approved a Casio Hitachi phone with Verizon's logo on it. Casio Hitachi G-Shock NX9200 was the model tested with Verizon, and it brings the protected design from Asia to US' biggest CDMA carrier, which will help customers keep their phones safe, as it is both water and shock protected unit. Roc A Fella gives information that the Casio G'zOne will launch at 23 October with a price of: $420 full retail, and $350 or $300 with one or two-years contract.

The phone is clamshell with stub antenna, QVGA 262k color internal display, 2-megapixel camera and EV-DO data.

via EngadgetMobile



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