Looking for a rugged Android 4.0 phone? Here is one from Chinavasion called Runbo X3. It comes with a 3.5-inch screen that has 480 x 800 resolution, powered by an impressive 1GHz dual core processor, and a 1GB of RAM that’s capable of running several apps at one time. Which mean you can access to BBC news, while you are streaming videos on YouTube as they announce their location via Twitter.
The Runbo X3 rugged phone runs with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Operating system, it has two SIM slots that’s perfect for combining a work number and personal number into one phone, instead of having to carry two separate phone units. With 3G capability, it allowed the unit to connect to the internet or be connected to via other units and act as a hotspot 3G connection, in case if you are in the area without internet access.
The Runbo X3 equipped with an 8 megapixel camera at the rear and a 0.3 megapixel camera on the front for self-portraits. It comes with QWERTY keyboard, and it has met IP67 for dust and waterproof (temporary immersion between 15cm to 1 meter). It also has a walkie talkie function which ideal for use when in the outback and partnering up with a team or in case of any emergency and need a backup form of contact. This walkie talkie operating range can reach up to 5-10 kilometers.
Other features include GPS, Bluetooth, Adobe Flash, Google play, laser pointer, and SOS function. It’s powered by a 3800 mAh battery that can provide up to 25 hours of operating time or 72 hours in standby.
If you need one, you can buy it directly from ChinaVasion for $349.11.