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Motorola Tundra Phone, Black (AT&T)
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The ruggedized Motorola Tundra is built to military specifications and features walkie talkie-style PTT communication.
Instantly contact any other AT&T user with this phone's Push-to-Talk (PTT) functionality, which works across the entire network to make sure you have a clear signal so you can get things done. Easy-to-read icons let you know when members of your contact list are available, not available, or have their status set to "Do Not Disturb." You can also set your own status to let others know that you're busy. When a quick PTT call needs to be a longer discussion convert the call easily to a regular voice call--works for one-to-one calls as well as group calls. Save time on group calling by pulling up your contacts and simply "marking" those you wish to include on a call--no need to set up and save groups before calling, unless you want to.
This AT&T phone can handle high-speed data connectivity via AT&T's 3G mobile broadband data network, which is available in most major metropolitan areas. The AT&T 3G network uses the dual-band 850/1900 MHz 3G network (UMTS/HSDPA), which provides download speeds ranging from 700 Kbps to 1.7 Mbps, and upload speeds ranging from 500 Kbps to 1.2 Mbps. This makes it possible to enjoy a variety of feature-rich wireless multimedia services, and it gives you the advantage of offering simultaneous voice and data services.
It features aGPS navigation for AT&T Navigator and Mobile Workforce Management tools like TeleNav Track and Xora.
You can take advantage of the AT&T Navigator GPS software and service, a full-featured premium navigation application that includes audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates and re-routing options, and 3D moving maps (additional charges applicable). AT&T Navigator offers several other features to make your commute more enjoyable and reliable, including mobile access to Yellowpages.com. Additionally, AT&T Navigator is the only mobile phone-based GPS service that provides integrated speech recognition for address entry and points of interest search.
With 3G connectivity, you'll be able to access AT&T's Cellular Video (CV) service and the Internet while on the go. Cellular Video features content from CNN, The Weather Channel, iFilm, Comedy Central and exclusive premium content from HBO and much more. And you get access to AT&T Mobile Music, which enables you to buy tracks while on the, access the Napster and eMusic subscription music services, stream music video, discover what's playing with Music ID song-recognition software, and find out what's hot with The Buzz music news portal.
The Motorola Tundra clamshell phone is durable enough to withstand all types of abuse and disruptive environments. Designed to last, it meets 810F US Military Standards for drops, dust, vibration, humidity, severe temperatures and rain. The phone features dual displays, with an internal 2.2-inch LCD screen (240 x 320 pixels, 262K colors) that's complemented by an external 1-inch screen (96 x 80 pixels, 65K colors). The external screen will display current time and date, signal strength, battery life, and incoming calls.
The phone has a generous 100 MB internal memory, which can be expanded via optional MicroSD memory cards up to 8 GB in size. The internal phonebook can store up to 1000 contact entries with multiple numbers per contact and support for caller groups as well as picture and ringer ID.
Immediately connect to a single person or an entire team with the touch of a button using PTT technology. The Tundra provides exceptional usability with unique features designed for workforce management, such as voice activation, phone book locking for call restrictions, a rugged antenna and keys that can be easily pressed while wearing gloves. You'll also be able to engage in crisp, clear conversations on the Motorola Tundra even in harsh environments with Motorola's CrystalTalk Plus with dual microphone technology. The Tundra amplifies your conversations and helps reduce background noise so virtually nothing comes between you and your calls.
Other features include Bluetooth stereo music streaming, MicroSD memory expansion, and access to your email and instant messaging services.
- TeleNav Track is a downloadable mobile business application that provides organizations in transportation, field services, emergency response, shipping and delivery and utility services with a cost-effective solution for managing their mobile workforce and addressing critical business needs. TeleNav Track features include GPS-enabled tracking, turn-by-turn navigation, individual and team timecards, job dispatching, customizable wireless forms, bar code scanning, image capture and signature capture.
- Tundra can also be paired with Xora GPS TimeTrack for AT&T, a Web-based solution offered by AT&T Mobility that helps companies more efficiently manage their mobile workers. With Xora, companies can track the location and activities of their workers in real-time, as well as use the Tundra as a tamper-proof time clock--thereby automating the payroll process.
Handsfree communication is easy thanks to the integrated speakerphone. This phone also provides Bluetooth wireless connectivity (version 2.0), and includes profiles for communication headset, handsfree car kits, and file transfer. With the A2DP Bluetooth profile, you can stream your music to a pair of compatible Bluetooth stereo headphones.
Other features include:
- Digital music player compatibility: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA
- Streaming radio: XM Satellite Radio
- Messaging: SMS text and MMS multimedia
- 2-megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom and video capture capabilities
- Polyphonic and real-music (MP3) ringtones; vibrating alert
- Tools: Calendar, alarm, calculator, to-do list, world clock, notes
- iTap predictive text entry
- USB connectivity
- Hearing Aid (HAC) rating: M3/T3
The Motorola Tundra weighs 4.94 ounces and measures 3.85 x 2.10 x 0.96 inches. Its 1130 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4 hours of talk time, and up to 336 hours (14 days) of standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies as well as AT&T's 3G networks (850/1900 MHz).
Top Customer Reviews
3G network through AT&T seems extremely fast. Crystal clear reception and the best speakerphone option I've ever used. Battery life seems good so far. I'm three days in with about two hours of talk time and there are still full bars on the battery status indicator. Yesterday, in a house that usually acts like a bunker, blocking most call attempts, I had five bars and not trouble making calls. The back cover seals tightly as an environmental protection measure, but it makes it very difficult to access the battery, sim card, and flash card.
Overall I give this phone a high recommendation for someone looking for a rugged, cool looking, manly phone that is going to perform when you need it.
Okay, let's go over the obvious: It's durable. That along with the good reception (not to be confused with good call quality) were the selling points for me, as they are more than likely for everyone else, too. People buy this phone because it's durable. But through the course of my experience with this phone, I started to ask myself, "Why I am using something with such a durable exterior that protects such poor internal components?". Motorola is making a ton of money off this phone, and it's just not right. This phone is EXPENSIVE and it should not have the problems it has for a price tag upwards of $200.
First off, the ear piece sounds TERRIBLE. The call quality is astoundingly bad. The earpiece has a sweet spot (and it's small). If you do not have the phone positioned perfectly over your ear, voices sound thin and metallic as if they're coming out of a tin can or a "To-Go Swan" made of aluminum foil. And even when you do hit the sweet spot, the quality doesn't come close to most phones on the market today. In addition to this, the volume on the phone only goes up to 7 which sounds more like a 5 on my older phone. I do not believe anyone could use this phone in a loud environment and hear the other caller. Motorola clearly skimped on the ear piece. The reception is amazing and I often received 4 bars in areas my old phone only receive 1. But that positive aspect is lost on the fact that callers sound so terrible on the earpiece, it wouldn't matter if you're getting 30,000 bars. Everything still sounds bad. I really don't understand how Tech Editors are touting this phone's call quality. I'm baffled.Read more ›
One other thing, the display of phone number detail in the contacts/address book is too small and in an odd hard-to-read purple color.
Finally, I went to my local AT&T store to compare the Tundra with a Samsung Rugby. Aesthetically, I still go for the Tundra, but for functionality (call volume especially) the Rugby seems a better choice.
I am disappointed that I had to send the Tundra back.
Once ordered via Amazon Wireless, I got the phone within two days of shipment. This phone has great call quality and the noise cancelling feature works very well. I can drive with my windows open doing 65mph on the interstate and my caller can't tell I have my windows down at all.
The earpiece volume is low enough that if I drive with my windows down I have a little trouble hearing the caller.
I am not a big texter, but the raised buttons do make it easy to text. My old phone's (LG Shine, which I hated) buttons were so close together, that I would press two or three buttons at the same time by accident.
Antenna reception on the phone is great. In the past I would normally drop calls in certain areas, but now I have no issues and keep full 3G reception in those spots.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I must have gotten a bad one, becuase unlike other reviewers this phone has the poorest reception of any phone I have owned. The audio starts cutting in and out at about two bars. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by JimBob911
I got this phone to replace my Motorola v365 that was dying after 3 years of heavy use. I needed a phone, not a camera, web browser, smart phone, etc. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Book Hound
Just got this a couple of days ago. Got the Bluetooth working with my Pioneer stereo, no problems and am loving the tons of reception on calls (that I was no longer getting on my... Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by John H
I just destroyed my 2nd tundra by water damage, I bought one on the 1st day they came out so I have been using the tundra quite along time now. Read morePublished on August 11, 2011 by Chris Anderson
I have had this phone for over 2 years and it has been extremely reliable. The phone simply won't break. Read morePublished on June 14, 2011 by wdeady
This phone is a piece of JUNK!!!! I'm a contractor, I bought this phone because it claimed to be military grade? Read morePublished on February 25, 2011 by bcsukas
This phone gets reception where other phones do not! If you want a smartphone to play games,etc.. look elsewhere. Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by Etcetera.Etcetera
This is a love hate relationship for the Tundra. I love that it is a heavy duty phone that handles the hot/cold and occasionaal dropping pretty good. Read morePublished on January 21, 2011 by Dragonlady
I have had two of these phones now and both have the same issue. I have never dropped, damaged or abused my phone, but the phone has a problem with the spring that helps the phone... Read morePublished on December 12, 2010 by Costa