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)
Summary: Got this phone for a friend who is hard on his phones and what happened to it deserves a testimonial. During a heavy, late winter storm, the phone was dropped in the parking lot of a grocery store thanks to an unreliable OEM holster. Fodder for another review.
Not update, but a great phone for the job site and outdoors
30 March 2014
Summary: Kool phone, had it before and I liked it. So I purchased it again, due to its rugged features and being able to handle a little abuse on the job. To keep screen from getting scratched up in my pocket, I had ghost armor installed.
If they call it a smart phone then get educated 1st.
4 March 2014
Summary: It is a smarter than average phone. If you want a rugged phone for work in the outdoors it will standup to anything you dish out. If you don't know how to operate a smart phone learn how before taking it out on your own.
If you text a lot, you don't work with your hands.
27 August 2013
Summary: To all of the Commando haters...if you want to be a photographer, buy a camera, there are plenty for sale here on eBay. It is waterproof, you think you're not going to have to unseal the o ring around the headphone jack, battery, charging port, etc.?
Summary: Be very careful of false advertising. The 4g/LTE version in product C811. The 3g version is C771. I'm researching this phone for my mother in law who is about to get her first smartphone and I noticed a lot of false claims out there.
Summary: I've had to buy several over the last 2 years. I've abused these phones and they keep on keeping on. . . while it has all the features of a smart phone - one thing I don't like is it's ability to tether for internet.
Summary: The cell has worked great. Its rugged durability is second to none. I recommend this item. I have owned other cell phones and they have fallen apart, literally fallen apart. The Casio GzOne has met my expectations and requirements.