Motorola unleashed its new rugged 3G clamshell device, Tundra VA76r. It’s a device that has tough exterior and can withstand the harsh environments. The Tundra phone will be released via AT&T.
The Motorola Tundra VA76r meets the US810 Military specifications for drop, humidity, dust, rain, severe temperatures and vibration. The CrystalTalk technology makes the phone perfect for using in harsh environments. With the PTT feature you can connect to a single person or to more than one person and have loud and clear conversation with its dual microphone technology.
The phone incorporates AT&T Navigator that will offer turn by turn directions to locate your destination. You can transfer and share file over the air with its high 3G connectivity speed. It has a 2.2 inch display screen and integrates a 2 MP camera to snap the still images. The Tundra phone offers support for Bluetooth and expansion of external memory up to 8GB.
“Motorola has a long heritage in developing rugged devices that stand up to the wear and tear of work and recreation while providing one-touch connectivity to the people and information that matter most,” adds Jeff Miller, vice president of sales, Motorola Mobile Devices. “Today, we’re pleased to offer AT&T customers the Motorola Tundra VA76r, with the functionality they need, such as navigation services and great sound quality, on the network they want.”
The multi-tasking operating system allows you to perform more than one task at a time. With AT&T powered network you can simultaneously access voice and data. The battery life is estimated to offer talktime upto 5.9 hours and standby time upto 14 days.
The Motorola Tundra VA76r phone will be available from January 13 for $199.99 after a $50 mail in rebate with two year service agreement.