British automotive manufacturer Land Rover has revealed its latest smartphone, with the new “Explore” model described as “the toughest phone in the world.” Land Rover’s main output is referenced in the phone’s appearance, with a car-like grille appearing below the screen and vertical lines running down the rear.
Other features of the “Explore” model see a standard battery that guarantees “two days of typical use” as well as almost double that lifespan when combined with the “Adventure Pack.” This pack reinforces the phone’s endurance, with add-ons also including a GPS antenna, signal booster and resistance to dust and dirt. Other packs include the “Cycling Pack,” meaning that certain functions can be added to the Land Rover “Explore” depending on what activity it is needed for. Take a look at the model above, with the phone set to hit markets for around $800 USD in April this year.
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