Rugged Android Phone Rhino Amongst Elite Few To Meet Military Standards

ADVENTURERS can now keep the bleeding edge of technology in their pocket when they are pushing themselves to the edge of their capabilities in the great outdoors, says wholesale Android specialist Chinavasion.

Chinavasion has released the Android rugged phone ‘Rhino’, one of only two 4.1 Android phones in the world to meet tough US military MIL-STD-810G standards.

MIL-STD-810G compliant products face rigorous vibration, drop and temperature tests to ensure they will withstand conditions found in the battlefield.

Electronic devices with the standard need to work after have been dropped 1.2m on to plywood 26 times.

Devices also need to remain operational after being tested in the hottest days, with temperatures as high as 134 degrees Fahrenheit, and one for the coldest days likely to be found in the basic design areas as well as a test coping with high humidity conditions.

The “Rhino” Android 4.1 phone is able to survive under tough conditions and has the highest possible waterproof rating of IP67. This says a lot about how good this phone is, says Rose Li, PR manager of a China Android phone seller.

“With rubber sealed headphone and data ports and separate screw-on panels for the battery and the SIM card this phone has earned the name Rhino like no other could,” says Li. “The Rhino will keep on working in conditions that would prove too much for the low cost phones.”

Chinavasion has matched durability with performance says Li as the Rhino sports the cutting edge Android 4.1 operating system, a 8MP camera as well as a range of connectivity features.

“You can use the Rhino’s 3G tethering capabilities to get internet access with a computer anywhere in the world with 3G data access,” says Li. “This makes it almost an essential tool for any adventurous business people traveling to remote places.” “And with a 8MP camera you could even use it to capture all your images.”

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