Samsung A847 Rugby II
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The Rugby II, available in a Grey, rugged clam shell design, features improved noise suppression and an external speaker making it easier to communicate regardless of the environment. In addition, the Rugby II is also certified to military standard MIL-STD-810G to withstand dust, shock, vibration, rain, humidity, solar radiation, altitude and temperature extremes, ideal for use even in the toughest of environments.
Equip with advanced A-GPS capabilities, users can stay on the right track. The Rugby II features AT&T Navigator, which offers voice-guided and visual turn-by-turn GPS driving directions with automatic reroute, full-color maps, and real-time traffic alerts, as well as AT&T Family Map, which gives families the ability to track a child's location from a PC or cell phone and request location updates at any time. The Rugby II also includes access to A-GPS applications, including Loopt, Trimble Outdoors, AllSport GPS and where.
The Rugby II enables AT&T's Mobile Resource Management applications, TeleNav Track™ and Xora GPS Time track from AT&T, and is great for transportation, distribution, construction, field service, maintenance, landscaping, and other businesses and government agencies looking to increase visibility of their field operations, monitor track location and activities of their employees, and improve responsiveness and productivity.
In addition to a robust design, the Rugby II includes large external speakers, which allow for ease of use with AT&T's Push to Talk service , which covers 97% of the U.S. population. Push to Talk gives customers the ability to pull an entire work group into a wireless call from a PTT session and the ability to set one's own status to available, unavailable, do not disturb and more. Push to Talk is available to AT&T customers for just $5 per month on Nation Plan lines.
Rugby II is equipped with one of the world's most intelligent voice processor from Audience to enhance voice and suppress noise for clear communications nearly anywhere. like the human ear, the chip isolates your voice, and filters out all the unwanted background noise, for unsurpassed mobile call clarity without the noise from a busy street, loud public places, nearby conversations or even sirens going by.
The Samsung Rugby II also includes AT&T Video Share, Mobile Video and AT&T Mobile Music to keep you entertained on and off the job. Additional features of the Rugby II included a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recording, Bluetooth® technology and a microSD™ memory card slot to support for up to 32GB. The Rugby II also includes dual-band 3G connectivity and quad-band GSM technology, which allows AT&T customers to make calls in more than 220 countries and download data in more than 195. It also has a 2.2-inch display and a 1300mAh battery that Samsung claims is good for up to at least 3 hours of talk time.
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quadracerPosted On : October 25, 2010
|Well, I just ordered the Rugby II.....I hope its tough as my Rugby I. My Rugby I was the toughest phone I have ever owned!! I ran over it with my police car 3x, placed underwater about 100X, dug a four wheeler out of the mud with it, threw it across a large parking lot ( on a dare)....I simple put the Rugby I through pure hell!! You can't kill this phone......I will report back on the punishment of my new phone. Look on Youtube about these phones....hope this helps|
ChanaPosted On : October 10, 2010
|This cell phone has problems with the loudspeaker picking up static on the line and disconnecting during phone conversations. It also has a problem with picking up and losing the voice of the person on the other end of the phone.Voices fades even when the phone is fully charged.|
Francis castilloPosted On : October 1, 2010
|Hi, My comment it is samsung Ruby II SGH-A847 ,reception when you speaking with somebody you can not hear too good to the person you are speaking too. Volume you put in 7 still the same. I don't recomend this phone to nobody. Thank you.|