If you are an active person looking for a rugged smartphone to take on all the extremes that go on in your life the Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE could be the ideal device to suit your needs. While Casio has made a variety of rugged phones for Verizon Wireless for nearly 7 years now, the last one was released around 2 years ago and with the advances made in smartphone technology this new device has been well-overdue.
Above this post we have embedded an extensive review of this new handset by PhoneArena, which runs for about 17 and half minutes. Throughout the video we get to see the Casio G’zOne Commando in action as the presenter mentions the various environments this rugged phone can take on, along with details on the specs and features.
When it comes to acquiring a smartphone that is near enough destructible the Casio G’zOne is a decent addition to the world of robust devices, although the presenter does pick up on his preference for Jelly Bean as opposed to Ice Cream Sandwich available on this device.
Overall this phone seems to run smoothly without too much lag, although the screen is regarded as a bit dim in direct sunlight, and it has a mediocre camera. Awarding the Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE with a score of 7.5 the positives reside in the phones ability to withstand almost anything, along with the unique G’zGear and G’zWorld apps as well as preferred front stereo speakers. So what is your impression of this new rugged Casio device?