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New Casio G'zOne smartphone revealed by FCC tests

updated 10:39 am EDT, Thu October 18, 2012

G'zOne C811 shows up at FCC with Verizon LTE, NFC radio

Casio is readying to release another G'zOne handset by getting the needed FCC approval before the phone can be sold in the U.S. Thus far known only by its C811 model name, the filing reveals that the phone will have LTE network support for Verizon's network and an NFC radio. It will also support global GSM networks and of course have Wi-Fi onboard.

Like the previous G'zOne handsets, including the most recent Ravine 2 launched about a year ago, the new handset will be rugged and meet the 810G military-spec standard. Unlike the Ravine 2, however, the phone doesn't sport a flip form factor, but will likely run on Android, like the Commando. [via Engadget]



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