AT&T's Airo A25is won't cause an explosion
Billed as the word's first "intrinsically safe" smartphone, the A25is won't produce a spark.
AT&T raised the stakes in the fight for the world's toughest phone Wednesday when it announced the new A25is from Airo Wireless. Billed as the word's first "intrinsically safe" smartphone, the A25is won't produce a spark so it's built for people working in potentially explosive environments like process and chemical manufacturing, petrochemicals, the military, utilities, pharmaceuticals, and consumer packaged goods manufacturing.
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Features on the Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone (they still make those?) include GPS, a virtual QWERTY keybaord, Bluetooth, push-to-talk, and support for business apps like job assignment and inventory tracking. The Airo is on sale through AT&T's business channel, though pricing was not available at the time of this writing.