So what’s next in mobiles? Here today we have a mobile which is made by a British Tech Company in collaboration with Land Rover at Solihull, called Land Rover Mobile. The company made some different features and models for mobile.
This is one tough phone: It has a metal frame and factory-fitted Gorilla Glass screen protector on the high-definition five-inch display – and it’s water resistant to an IP68 rating. Land Rover promises it will withstand a drop of 1.8 meters onto a hard surface and survive being dunked in water up to 1.5 meters deep for 30 minutes.
But what’s just as important for a phone that’s intended to go way off-grid is battery life, and that’s where this phone gets really interesting. It has a 4000mAh battery, which should keep you going all day and then some, even with your GPS going full-time.
Then there’s the Adventure pack, which clips magnetically onto the back of the phone and adds a second, 3600mAh battery as well as a 25 x 25mm ceramic patch GPS antenna that improves the reliability and accuracy of the GPS with topographic mapping and Skyline augmented reality, courtesy of ViewRanger.
The phone is built round a Deca-core 2.6GHz 64-bit MTK Helio X27 chipset and runs on the Android Nougat operating system, with a promised future upgrade to Oreo. Internal hardware includes 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM plus, of course, a microSD slot, a 16MP rear camera, and an 8MP front camera, each with four-times digital zoom.
The dashboard is customisable for outdoor stuff such as weather information, wind, tides, a compass and SOS light; more importantly, the touchscreen can be operated with gloves on or with wet fingers, and there’s a red filter mode that reduces screen glare so you don’t lose your night vision when you’re out in the dark.
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