Nokia 3720 Classic: Nigh-Invulnerable

Posted: Jul 7 2009, 11:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:13pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Over the last couple of days we've seen the hurt laid down on some poor, battered Nokia phone. Now it looks like we finally know what mystery phone those strange British men were torturing. It was the 3720 classic, Nokia's new mobile phone for the recklessly irresponsible mobile owner.

The 3720 classic is confirmed to be IP54 certified, which means that (among other things) you won't have to worry about a slight spill or sand or dust ruining your mobile. This new Nokia features an extremely long battery (2.5 weeks standby time), an FM radio, a built-in flashlight, a microSD card slot, Bluetooth, and a 3.2 megapixel camera. We don't have a price or release date yet, but the 3720 classic is rumored for a September launch.

I'll be really impressed when Nokia shows up with a solid smartphone that can take all of this punishment. Mankind won't be truly free until we're able to drop our smartphones off of ten foot ladders without damaging them.

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