As you would expect from a superhero, the S60 can take a battering better than most.
It can also go for a swim, down to a depth of 5 meters for as long as an hour.
If you plan to take the S60 snorkeling you can take a belt and braces approach by flicking two little switches, one at the top and the other at the bottom of the phone, that totally close off the phone's speaker cavity, its most vulnerable spot.
Flir imagines that others, including emergency first responders and outdoor enthusiasts, may also find uses for the phone.
If police come across an abandoned car, for example, they can use the thermal imaging camera to determine whether the engine or seats are still warm, or whether there's a body anywhere in the vicinity.
If you capture an image and want to find out later what the exact temperature was in any particular spot, it's possible to press on it to find out -- all of that detail is captured with the picture and stored in its metadata.