Pulling out all the stops to make phone buffs entirely bewitched, Motorola has recently taken the wraps off its brand-new Brute i680 mobile phone. The eye-catchy piece intelligently conjugates ultra-rugged durability with the best-in-class push-to-talk services of Nextel Direct Connect for offering users an unprecedented mobile experience.
Dressed up in pretty pulchritudinous body, the Brute i680 meets Military Specification 810F for dust, shock, vibration, low temperature, high temperature, low pressure, solar radiation, salt fog, humidity and blowing rain. Apart from its support of business applications and Mil Spec durability, the phone emerges as a rugged clam shell for anyone who encounters extreme conditions on a frequent-basis.
“Motorola Brute combined with the exclusive Public Safety applications only available on Nextel phones from Sprint allows public safety personnel to communicate, even if they are out of network range, an irreplaceable communication tool in times of emergency,” stated Fared Adib, vice president – Product Development, Sprint. “Motorola Brute is a great device for anyone who works in extreme conditions.”
The Brute i680 comes equipped with a 2-megapixel camera, large internal and external display, GPS, large battery for extended talk-time, music features and stereo Bluetooth. It also brings forth the upgraded ability to switch from an active push-to-talk call to an interconnect voice call at the touch of a button.
Motorola Brute can now be snapped up with Nextel Direct Connect calling plans in all Sprint sales channels, including Sprint retail stores, Business Direct Sales, Telesales and from the official website of Sprint. The engaging phone carries a price tag that reads at $119.99.