Powered by the octa-core Snapdragon 765G — the chip inside the Google Pixel 5, Vivo V20 Pro, and Motorola Moto Edge — and paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, it’s a got a lot of pro features under its belt.
128GB not enough space for you? Then you can augment it with a microSD card, up to 1TB.
It even has 5G.
It has twin rear cameras — 24MP and 16MP ultrawide — along with a time-of-flight sensor used for autofocus and depth mapping.
It’s also got a big 4,500mAh battery, biometric sensors, chunky speakers, FIPS 140-2-certified crypto module, noise cancelation mics, Qi wireless charging, an SOS button when things go bad, and much more.
Probably the biggest negative is the fact that it is on Android 10, but that’s a perfectly workable platform for this smartphone.?
At $899, it’s certainly not cheap, but compared to the latest iPhone and a rugged case, that’s a good price for a handset that has been designed not to let you down.
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