- Size (LWH): 3.36 inches, 1.8 inches, 1.19 inches
- Weight: 3.42 pounds
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 600 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 14.5 hours
NEC Terrain - UNLOCKED Android QWERTY WaterProof DustProof Rugged PTT Smart Phone
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- Technology: GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/LTE*
- 3G-UMTS: 850 / 1900 / 2100 MHz
- GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 (Quad)
- 4G-LTE: 700 Dual Band
- Wi-Fi®connectivity: 802.11 b / g / n
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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Seems to work well on Straight Talk now for a few days; processing is decently fast, nice loud speakers in bottom front should help if you have any trouble hearing.
Since its the same Android system as in the Galaxy Note it is very familiar and works the same. Battery life decent
Does seriously look like you could wash it under a faucet and come out talking; both the micro usb charging socket and the battery back cover have industrial looking red o rings to seal those spaces. The earphone jack does no have that seal; i'm hoping that jack itself is waterproof to the internals. I put just the faintest touch of silicone (spark plug) grease on the o rings with a toothpick and my finger to preserve them and make them seal maybe better.
I heven't dropped it yet, ooops, there it goes, and its still ok but only 2' onto a rug.
BTW, a spare battery (except for a bigger one with an included new door)(which i don't know if is waterproof like the original)(but i have asked) is impossible to find except for $50 at AT&T website. So you might buy an extra phone for $80 which includes, well, an entire extra phone/battery/charger/cord.
So in summary because this IS waterproof, be sure to take it if you think it is going terrain.
Well after writing my original review, I bought one of these for myself and after using this phone for several months, I stand by everything I said in my original review, however, there are a couple things I would like to add. I have actually stopped using the Terrain myself and switch back to my old S2 Skyrocket. I really like the phone itself and it bothers me that I had to switch back. The main reason I had to switch back has nothing to do with the phone itself, but has to do with the people who design the android apps. I am a heavy business user that depends on several business related apps every day to do business. Several of my business related apps do not function properly on the Terrain because they are designed exclusively for larger screened smartphone and/or are incompatible with candy bar style smartphones. In a world where there still exist millions of candybar style smart phone like Blackberrys, I find it almost inconceivable and totally inexcusable that serious business oriented app designers would design an app that would only work on smartphone with huge touchscreens. But alas, that is the irresponsible tech world we live in. Because of this, I found myself having to carry my old S2 Skyrocket around with me so I could use it to run the apps I needed that were incompatible with the Terrain and it just made no sense, so I was forced to switch back, even though I liked the terrain much better.
The second thing is that I require quite a few apps for many purposes (i.e. camscanner, acar, aquamail, etc, etc).Read more ›
Yes, its an orphan phone and NEC has stopped making cell phones and won't be supporting it. But its rugged and running a pretty new version of Android. If you need a replacement phone, or something cheap, and can live with the smaller screen and keyboard, give it a try. Its a lot of technology for $80.
Bottom line is this phone rocks!! Just do yourself a favor a buy an extended battery from Mugen, my standard battery drains completely in 1 day with hardly any usage. Its too bad NEC (division of Casio) stopped making phones.
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