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Push-to-Talk Smartphone Designed for Field Communication


11/9/2018

JVCKENWOOD Corporation is announcing the introduction of newly designed KENWOOD branded Android based LTE handset devices. The KWSA80K and KWSA50K push-to-talk smartphone devices are ultra-rugged, extremely durable, submersion-resistant handsets with hardware and functional advancements designed for the hazardous and extreme conditions faced by enterprise and mission critical users. Both models are 4G LTE/Wi-Fi/FirstNet Band 14 capable and feature renowned KENWOOD audio for clear voice communications in noisy work environments and three-year warranties.

The Android powered KWSA80K smartphone is designed specifically for mission critical and heavy-duty industrial use with a 5” sunlight readable, puncture-resistant touchscreen which can be used even with dirty or wet work gloves. It has an extra loud speaker, built-in noise cancellation, long life battery and is compatible with a broad spectrum of accessories and apps. Durability is assured with protection from oil, chemical and micro particle intrusion and resistance to drop/impact, shock/vibration, extreme temperatures, pressure and punctures.

The Android-based KWSA50K is engineered for the every-day demands of construction, transportation and manufacturing workers, with an industrial grade, impact-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass display and an extra-large PTT button, making it easy to use wearing work gloves. It features two front-facing speakers and a long-lasting dual shift battery and is dust, oil, chemical and microparticle resistant, capable of withstanding punctures, shock/vibration and drops onto concrete.


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