review There aren't too many cell phones out there built to withstand harsh climates. For those who favor the great outdoors, the Sanyo SCP-7050 from Sprint, unveiled this week at the , may be right for you.
The rugged, rubberized exterior of the phone is built according to military standards and designed to withstand the effects of dust, shock and vibration. And if you have a penchant for grand adventure, the SCP-7050 even comes with a built-in GPS that works very nicely with Telenav Navigator to give you turn-by-turn directions to your destination.
Hand an extra unit to your buddy, and you can talk to each other via Sprint's Ready Link Push-to-Talk service as well. Sure, the phone is fairly basic, without a lot of fancy multimedia features, but why bother with that when you're mingling with nature? Read the full for further details. It will be available for $149 after a two-year service agreement with Sprint. --Nicole Lee/CNET Reviews
March 27, 2007 10:37 AM PDT
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