Samsung M110 Samsung SGH-M110 Samsung Solid

Posted: January 7, 2008 in Mobile
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The first ruggedised phone that we’ve seen from Samsung M110 the Samsung stable, the SGH-M110 (also called the “Samsung Solid“) is a basic but very tough handset that competes directly with the likes of the JCB TOUGHPHONE / Sonim XP1.

If you’re in the market for this type of phone, then the SGH-M110’s IEC 60529 rating is IP54 – which means that the Samsung Solid is highly resistant to dust and water splashes. It should be able to withstand a 1 metre drop onto a concrete surface too.

 Samsung Solid (SGH-M110) Most of the protection is afforded by the thick rubber casing which effectively seals the M110 against the elements and provides shock adsorbing properties. Clad in either a black or olive green housing, the M110 / Solid looks a little more toned down than it’s JCB-branded competition. It’s also a smaller and significantly lighter handset than the TOUGHPHONE too, at just 95 grams compared to 130 grams for its rival.

Underneath, the Samsung M110 / Samsung Solid is a fairly basic but practical phone. The 1.5″ 128 x 128 pixel CSTN display is never going to win many fans, but it does come with Bluetooth, an FM radio, WAP 2.0 browser, a VGA resolution (0.3 megapixel) camera with a flash that can be used as a torch and it comes with a large capacity battery that gives the M110 an impressive 8 hours maximum talktime with up to 16 days standby time.

One thing that tends to be surprising about these durable handsets is how basic they are – the M110 and most of the competition are pretty underwhelming in terms of technical features. It would be nice to see this type of shock-adsorbing design on higher specification devices – anyone who has tried to bounce a Nokia N95 off a concrete floor will probably understand why.

The Samsung M110 is available now in several different markets throughout Europe. We understand that O2 will be carrying this device in the UK.

Courtesy: Mobilegazette

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Comments
  1. Peter Slevin says:

    I have one of these, and I like it very much!

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