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The latest Casio G’zOne smartphone for KDDI: running LTE on Android 4.0 and US military-standard Tough design! http://bit.ly/TWHdPX
Casio Computer Co., Ltd., announced today that it will be supplying the new shock-, water- and dust-resistant â€œGâ€™zOne TYPE-Lâ€ 4G LTE compatible Androidâ„¢ 4.0 smartphone to KDDI Corporation and Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company.
The phoneâ€™s distinctive design, toughness and unique â€œGâ€™zGEARâ€ sensor application have made the Gâ€™zOne series popular in Japan and the U.S.
The new Gâ€™zOne TYPE-L includes the following features:
Â· US military-standard shock resistance*1, IPX5*2/IPX8*3 water-resistance and IP5X*4 dust-resistance.
Â· The advanced sensor application â€œGâ€™zGEARâ€: In addition to a compass, pedometer, thermometer, and tide calculator, a newly added atmospheric air pressure sensor enables users to forecast changes in pressure and weather patterns.
Â· â€œLIVE Gâ€ cloud service and â€œGâ€™zWORLDâ€ outdoor social media map: These new functions allow users to plot â€œGâ€™zGEARâ€data on a map and share it with friends.
Â· Color variations: Users can choose from red and black models.
*1 Resistance measured in drop experiments that comply with MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure IV, as approved by the United States Department of Defense.
*2 The unit will retain its functionality as a phone even if blasted with water projected at all angles through 6.3mm nozzles at a flow rate of approximately 12.5 liters/minute for more than 3 minutes from a distance of approximately 3 meters.
*3 Water will not leak inside and the unit will retain its functionality as a phone even if it is gently immersed in a tank of still tap water at room temperature at a depth of 1.5 meter and placed on the bottom for approximately 30 minutes.
*4 The unit is protected to a point where the entry of test dust (a diameter of 75 Î¼m or less) will not ruin the unit’s functionality and safety.
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