The world of mobile phones got a little more rugged at the Consumer Electronics Show this week as Motorola unveiled a new tough cell phone to be made available through AT&T. It is called the Tundra and it prices around $200 when it hits retail January 13.
The Motorola Tundra is a rugged 3G clamshell mobile which meets tough military standards for drop, dust, vibration, humidity, severe temperatures and rain. It includes the ability to do push to talk communications with others and works with AT&T’s Navigator location direction service.
Other features of the Tundra include voice activation, a two-megapixel digital camera, up to 4GB of optional removable memory, Bluetooth and a multi-task operating system. AT&T feels this phone will fit the needs of contractors, outdoorsy folk and even the occasional destructive teenager.