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Nokia 800 Tough Phone

Miss "The Brick"? That old, reliable, long-lasting, robust Nokia phone? Nokia have introduced the Nokia 800 Tough, a phone that is focused on surviving harsh conditions aplenty. The rugged phone comes with an IP68 water and dust certification, and is able to withstand accidental falls and extreme temperatures as well, thanks to its military standard certification. It is also jam-packed with all the utilities you need, it runs KaiOS, so there is a fair number of apps available to install including Facebook and WhatsApp. It also has a 2.4-inch QVGA display and packs 512MB RAM. Internal storage is at 4GB with the option to expand further using a microSD card. Weighing only 161 grams, the dual-SIM feature phone has a 2-megapixel rear camera with flash support and it packs a 2,100mAh battery. It is touted to offer up to 9.4 hours of 4G talk time and 22.4 days of standby time. Available in all black, or in a cool camouflage pattern. watch the video below

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