Rugged and Reliable: Nokia's two new industrial phones hit the market
Who said Nokia wouldn't return to the world of smartphones? The company has just introduced two tough phones that are aimed at industries like oil where workers require a robust smartphone. As with the Nokia XR20, it appears that there won't be an industrial version of the Nokia XR21. The Nokia HHRA501x and the Nokia IS540.1 were two phones that were unveiled in the announcement. For this project, Nokia has teamed up with the German business i.safe MOBILE GmbH. They all share the same technology platform and are categorized as "EX" phones. They have passed stringent testing and have been given the go-ahead to fulfill the connection requirements of sectors including the oil, gas, mining, and chemical industries.
These phones are safe to use in places with explosion concerns, such as ATEX Zone 1, or in areas where such dangers are less likely, such as ATEX Zone 2, according to Nokia. Additionally, Nokia claims that these phones support all necessary frequency bands and have all necessary certifications, making them appropriate for usage in businesses around the world.
Despite the lack of information in the official statement, the Nokia IS540.1 has certain specs. The 6-inch Gorilla Glass 3 screen of this phone is featured. Its internal hardware consists of a Qualcomm dual-core QCM6490 processor. Despite the fact that the processor may not sound familiar, it performs similarly to the Snapdragon 778. 8 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of internal storage are included with the Nokia IS540.1.
Since it has a 48-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, you'll have plenty of storage for your photos. There is a 5-megapixel camera on the front. The device is powered by a replaceable 4400 mAh battery. Unfortunately, there is currently no information about prices.
The Nokia IS540.1, an upgraded model of the Nokia 800 Tough, has a good durable design.