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Casio G'zOne Rock

The Casio G'zOne Rock is a rugged flip phone.

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OLED display

The Casio G'zOne Rock has a tough exterior with an external OLED display.

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Thick phone

The Casio G'zOne Rock is rather thick at 0.9 inch.

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Tough

The Casio G'zOne is clad in a durable chassis with rubber plugs in all the ports and even a secure battery compartment.

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Camera

The Casio G'zOne Rock has a 2.0-megapixel camera on the back.

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Water-resistant

The Casio G'zOne Rock is military-certified to be resistant to shock, dust, immersion, vibration, salt, fog, humidity, solar radiation, high altitude, and extreme temperatures.

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In the hand

The Casio G'zOne Rock is quite hefty at 4.4 ounces.

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Keypad

The Casio G'zOne Rock has keys that are raised and jagged, much like the exterior of the phone, so they're easy to dial and use to text by feel.

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Pocket

The Casio G'zOne Rock barely fits into the front trouser pocket.

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