Stylish Yet Rugged Smartphone18/04/2012
|UK-based Seals Technologies has launched its new TS3 model which is a ruggedised yet fully-featured Android smartphone featuring a bright, shiny and contemporary look. It is aligned with the demands of today’s users and designed to be a tough and all-weather phone. Operating with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and GPS, it is suited for many applications including surveying, mapping, GIS and emergency response.|
It provides high compatibility and flexible connectivities for various industrial applications. It is also a great companion for those who maintain active lifestyles and are keen enthusiasts of extreme hobbies and sports.
Seals TS3 is a WCDMA/GSM dual-mode mobile phone equipped with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, WiFi (802.11b/g), GPS and Bluetooth 4.0 plus EDR and a 5.0-megapixel AF camera, a front-facing VGA camera for video calling, as well as thousands of applications available from Google Play. The phone has 512MB RAM and 512MB internal memory to ensure extensive data processing and storage, expandable external memory up to 32GB. Seals TS3 is powered by a Li-Po 1780mAh battery, which offers a substantially longer battery life of up to standby time of 810 hours and 20 hours of talking time.
The smartphone is IP-68 rating/MIL-810G certified, seal-proof in wastewater of up to two meters deep. Seals TS3 has a 3.5 inch 320x480-pixel scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass display. Other features include acoustic noise-cancelling technology, one-key positioning (a SOS rescue feature), E-compass and Pedometer. It encompasses all the waterproof, dustproof, shockproof and scratch-resistant features of the first series, and has been modified to function in extreme temperatures ranging from -20°C to +60°C.
The new Seals phone is user-friendly and portable, available in 2 colours: stylish and elegant black, and fashionable yellow-black.
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