New Casio G'zOne W42CA 3G Outdoor Mobile Phone

Posted: May 22 2006, 3:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:38pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

New Casio G'zOne W42CA 3G Outdoor Mobile Phone
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Casio announces a new cool G' zOne outdoor handset dubbed W42CA.

Casio introduced the first G'zOne though outdoor phone in 2005. Many of you asked where this Casio phone would be available for purchase. But Casio still is offering this phone only in Japan.

The Casio G'zOne W42CA is IPX7 water resistant. IPX7 means you can immerse this phone in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes. Casio's G means also it's shock resistant like the G-Shock watches.

The state of the art 3G mobile handset features a 2.4 inch color screen with QVGA resolution, a 2.1MP camera, microSD card slot, music player, stop watch and a 80dB emergency buzzer. The new Casio G'zone W42CA supports CDMA1X WIN and is available from KDDI in Japan. The Casio W42CA measures 53×117×29mm and weighs 155g.
More details in this Casio press-release (Japanese).

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