Verizon Wireless G'zOne Type-S Video
Verizon Wireless G'zOne Type-S Video Transcript
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>> Hello? No, I can't talk right now, I have to record a video. Okay, bye. Hi I'm Nicole Lee, and this is the first look of the Verizon Wireless GZ1 type S. Let's move this out of the way so that we can get started. As you can see, this is a water resistant cell phone, but it is so much more than that. It is military certified, and it was tested rigorously to withstand harsh temperatures, gunfire, vibration, shock impact. On the back here it is even a lock for the battery, and all of the ports, like the headset jack and the charger jack, are sealed very tightly with a special O-ring seal. On the front here is the VGA camera lens. Open it up, as you can see, it's almost sort of a very lackluster screen here, but that's fine. You know, it's a, it's a military rugged phone. So you don't, you don't really a fancy graphics or anything. On the keypad here, very nice and raised keys, we'll use it to press and dial. As far as features go, this does not have EVDO like the type V, and it doesn't have a megapixel camera, it has a VGA camera, which took kind of mediocre photos. But it does have Bluetooth, it's a very rugged phone, and you can definitely drop this a few times without any problems at all. So at a very affordable you know, one forty nine ninety nine from Verizon with a two year contract, you get a really sturdy, rugged phone. [ background music ] My name is Nicole Lee, and this has been the Verizon Wireless GZ1 type S. ^M00:01:36 [ music ]
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