Reviews and Problems with Casio G'zOne Commando
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Sound quality 10
Battery performance 8
Build quality 10
Awesome upgrade to the poor Commando 3G
wesright, Phone Arena
17 September 2014
Excerpt: I'd still have this phone if it didn't get jammed into a machine and broken. That is what it took to damage it. All the times I dropped it never hurt, it was that durable. A high speed buffer jamming it between the spinning pad and the frame was what it took to take it out.
Pros: Rugged, don't need a screen protector, Call quality and reception is great (WiFi as well), Speed is surprising good., Newer Andiod version, compared to older Commando lets you disable unwanted Verizon Apps
Cons: Camera quality rather poor, Stock battery not too good (upgraded battery lasts much longer)
Excerpt: First off, I'm not a forum guru but I'm from neanderthal when it comes to reviews. This is my opinion one of the best pieces of consumer tech to come out in years. Asian cell phone markets have been a semi-test bed for phones similar in concept, and while they have reflected a strong interest in...
Excerpt: I got this phone the second day it came out. I have always been looking for a durable phone like this one, when I switched from Sprint to Verizon I was interested in the Casio G'zOne Commando but the data speed would have been too slow for when I needed.
Pros: Waterproof, dust proof, everything proof, Very durable, Great built in apps (G'z Gear: compass, pedometer, thermometer, tides, sun/moon, star gazer, and barometer)
Cons: battery could be better, laggy when scrolling (sometimes)
Best durable smartphone currently out, aside form Rugby, maybe.
mrmessma, Phone Arena
28 March 2012
Excerpt: Good phone. Can be finicky putting in text with stock keyboard, stock android 2.3 keyboard, but it's the worst with swiftkey. WIth normal use, you can easily get through a day on a charge. WIth turning certain things off, you can get 2.5 days worth of battery.
Excerpt: I left the phone on the top of my car, accelerated to approx 40-45 mph when I heard a bump. My phone flew off the top of my car. I turned around to look for it only to find my girlfriend calling me. Everything works fine on the phone! A little road rash on the sides but hot damn what a tank!
Excerpt: Im a business owner and a Student I use smart phones for their intened use (email, callenders, Internet, Social networking, Pictures, Phone calls, and other miscellaneous apps). Im not very much into games so i havent installed any and this is what i have noticed with this phone in a short time the...
Pros: its toughand looks Awesome
Cons: hard to text, constantly freezes, wont connect to computer, camera doesnt zoom or take very good pictures, Verizon has Horrible customer service with dealing with phone issues, starts Apps by itself, takes battery life, Not for business
Excerpt: So far, I love this phone. It feels durable, made of quality products. I've already dropped it 4 times, and it still works without a hitch. This is my first android phone, so I have no problem at all with the "speed" of the phone.
Pros: G'zGear, Durability, Android
Cons: Battery, Bing, Bloatware, Desktop Dock Not Included
Excerpt: No major problems for me. The phone is fast, speaker, call quality, camera, display and all the extras...great. The battery is just like all smartphone batteries. You have to remember its not a laptop. This is my 4th Casio phone I have owned and will stay with Casio.
Excerpt: So i got this phone and in a week it had managed to make me want to bring it back to Verizon. I got this phone knowing that it'd be slower then most android phones however this phone was ridiculously slow. My sister has the original Motorola droid and her phone loads faster then mine.
Pros: Durable, Bright Screen, G'zGear
Cons: Plain UI, Facebook account Sync doesn't work, phones slow, Very short battery life, 3G Dies.