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AT&T and NEC Introduce Ultra-Rugged Smartphone Designed for Hard Work, Real Life
Date:6/19/2013

r and dustproof***** design, a scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass™ screen and sturdy core construct that exceeds the military specifications (MIL-810G) for shock distribution, the NEC Terrain is a durable smartphone built to perform in the toughest working conditions, as well as stand up to the most demanding families.

"Enterprises are clamoring for reliable, easy-to-field smartphones, packed with the latest security and performance features to ensure productivity for today's on-the-go workforce to use both at work and home," said Scott Spreen, director of business development, NEC. "Whether looking for enterprise-wide solutions or blending a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) into the fold, we're excited to offer a product with AT&T that goes beyond the demands of enterprise users and perfectly blends the necessary features needed for work and personal use."

NEC Terrain is packed with a feature-set that helps users get the task at hand done quickly, efficiently and intuitively.

  • The dedicated Enhanced PTT key means immediate communication when it counts most without cumbersome menus or the need to change applications.
  • Speedy 4G LTE connectivity makes it simple to pull up plans, records or email from virtually anywhere.
  • Wi-Fi availability giving U.S.-based customers improved in-building coverage and access to the service via compatible Wi-Fi networks.
  • A dual core 1.5GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon S4 processor and Android 4.0 makes multitasking simple and easy.
  • earSmart™ technology by Audience and NEC Terrain's dual speakers ensure communication is heard loud and clear with echo cancellation and noise suppression.
  • Physical QWERTY keyboard with a 3.1" high resolution screen places a virtual office in your hand when you're on the job or just on the move.
  • 5 MP rear camera and 0.3 MP front camera. <
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