Toughest of All Smartphones is Here; Meet the Pixavi Impact X

September 2, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tough, all-terrain smart devices are large in number in the modern world. If it was just the normal sticky screen guards we used before, the scenario is now paving the way for tempered glass, not to forget the Gorilla glass that offers durability.

Dustproof, scratch proof, water proof, and shock proof, we all have had the experience with those but how about an explosion proof device for a change?

The new Android phone from Pixavi  is the latest device and it comes boasting the explosion proof feature. Certified to withstand explosions, the Pixavi Impact X is capable of running under extreme temperatures and also adds shock and water resistance too.

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Definitely  a mammoth feature this one is , but that’s just one among the handy features the Pixavi offers. The phone features allows you to mount it on to a number of gadgets and also provides touch features even when you are wearing gloves.

So, now you know where the Impact X is intended to be used. The phone also comes with physical buttons that allows for smooth, single-handed operation.

Let’s take a peek into the specs offered by Impact X. This Android smartphone packs in a 4.3 inch screen delivering a resolution of 800 x 480. On the rear are two 8 megapixel cameras that can record 1080p video at 30fps.

The battery backup is provided from the 3000 mAH battery which could be well enough for prolonged working shifts.

The Impact X measures 150mm x 65mm x 12mm and weighs around 200 grams. It also features the ATEX / IECEx Zone 1 certification to make it one of the most versatile in the market. The built-in 802.11 abgn Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and 3G network serves the connectivity purpose of the Impact X.

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This device is ultimately durable and is apt for those working in the extreme conditions and sites where a decent smartphone may not survive for long.

A wearable kit is part of the package, which makes it the most convenient phone to be carried along with no fear of getting dropped.

If you have found the Impact X to be good enough for you,  all you need is to wait a bit as the company hasn’t yet made public the availability  and pricing details.

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