The G'zOne Type-S is definitely sturdy, and that also means it's quite hefty in terms of weight and size. Read full review
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The G'zOne Type-S has a unique round external display that also shows caller ID, date, time, battery and signal strength, plus a stopwatch timer. Read full review
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The G'zOne Type-S is a thick phone with a shock-resistant rubberized shell. Read full review
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The G'zOne Type-S's battery cover has a lock, which needs to be sealed for the phone to be truly water-resistant. Read full review
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The G'zOne Type-S may seem like a monster of a phone in the hand because of its size. Read full review
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Definitely not a phone for a pants pocket, the G'zOne Type-S does weigh you down. Read full review
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The G'zOne Type-S has a disappointing VGA camera lens, but its flash LED does double as a very bright flashlight when turned on. Read full review
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The G'zOne Type-S is resistant to all sorts of elements. From water to dust to shock, the G'zOne Type-S can withstand them all. Read full review
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