Many believe that Windows-based smartphones has no future, but the Japanese company Panasonic thinks differently.
She introduced a smartphone Toughpad FZ-F1 in India, in the last year showing it at MWC.
This range of Panasonic devices are designed for use in extreme conditions, the smartphone offers a high level of durability and two certificates: IP65 and IP67 with the possibility of immersion in water to a depth of 1 m for half an hour. While it seems strange that there is no rating of IP68, which have not some claim to such durability.
The smartphone runs on Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise with a 4-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 801 2.3 GHz, memory 2 GB flash memory 16 GB, microSD gives up to 64 GB. Screen size 4.7 inches, 1280 x 720 resolution, it is possible to work with gloves and with a stylus. There is a bar code reader 1D/2D, NFC, GPS, microUSB and dual SIM, Wi-Fi, but no Bluetooth.
The battery capacity is 3200 mAh, there is a version with 6200 mAh, in both cases supported faster charging. The cost is $1650. There is also a version for Android 5.1.1.
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