The Motorola RAZR might not be able to suffer all that much environmental abuse, so if you’re interested in getting a clamshell from Moto that’s a little tougher, look no further than the V750. Unlike other military-grade phones from Motorola in the past, this phone does not come with a overly clunky rubber exterior.
The Motorola V750 has been designed to resist shock, vibration, drastic altitude changes, dust, extreme temperatures, and solar radiation. Whether you find yourself scaling cliffs, rumbling through the jungle, or jumping out of airplanes, the V750 should have you covered. Strangely, there’s no mention of water protection, so might want to avoid jumping into the Amazon River.
Features include push-to-talk, 2.2-inch internal screen, 1.6-inch external screen, 2 megapixel camera, and Bluetooth A2DP. The Motorola V750 is available through Verizon for $100.