Yesterday, Verizon Wireless launched the G’zOne Boulder, a rough and tough push-to-talk phone. It was built to resist at withstand shock, water, dust, immersion, vibration, salt fog, humidity, solar radiation, altitude, and low and high temperature storage. The phone comes with a clamshell form.
The phone is equipped with a built-in flashlight, electronic compass, and push-to-talk service, and it has audible maps, turn-by-turn directions and location information. It also comes with VCAST Music with Rhapsody, which allows music download from a library of over 5 million songs. Music can be stored on an extra microSD cards up to 8GB in size.
The most important features and specifications of G’zOne Boulder phone are: CDMA 800 / 1900 network; dimensions of 100 x 51 x 23 mm and a weight of 110 g; a memory of 128.0 MB and microSD / TransFlash expandable memory; a main screen of 2 colors (STN) and 96 x 96 pixels and an external screen of 65000 colors (TFT) and 240 x 320 pixels. It is also equipped with a 1.3 megapixel camera, with Flash, 3X Zoom, and Video Recorder; MP3 player; speakerphone, Push-to-talk; wallpapers, screensavers; games;themes; ring tones; SMS, MMs, EMS, Chat, E-Mail and Predictive text messaging; WAP; Voice commands; Bluetooth connectivity; High-speed data; GPS and PC Sync.
G’zOne Boulder will be available in Black and Silver or Orange, and it is already available online for $129.99 The phone will be available in stores starting with mid-August.