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You can stock the Land Rover Explore's homescreen with multiple clocks. Because time zones are hard.

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The Explore Hub gives you access to a number of apps for exploring your city block or the mountain outside.

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If you're going skiing, for instance, you can access a ton of details about the snow conditions. 

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The Explore has a 16-megapixel main camera and a second 8-megapixel shooter around front. 

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The SOS torch on the back is super-bright.

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The Explore fits a number accessories that snap onto its back. They take the form of packs, including one with a carabiner. 

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Another boosts the battery to give it longer life.

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Another accessory pack combines an extra battery with a patch antenna to give views of the local topography in augmented reality.

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The Explore isn't shy about showing its Land Rover branding.

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The grooves on the back of the Explore are said to mirror those on the roof of a Land Rover car.

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The Explore has a USB-C port.

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The volume controls are on the side.

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