Land Rover Explore Rugged Smartphone specifications: Land Rover Explore is not a car

Land Rover Explore Rugged Smartphone specifications

Land Rover Explore is a rugged smartphone and not a car. It just borrows name from a car manufacture that is not known for being reliable. Land Rover Explore specifications include MediaTek Helio X27 decacore processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of flash storage and 4000 mAh battery. This is a module phone that runs android operating system and there are pogo pins on the back of Land Rover Explore that lets you attach module whenever you need them.

Land Rover Explore specifications

Huge battery (4000mAh) plus add-on Battery Packs
IP68 Splash, Water and Dust resistance
Drop-proof to 1.8 metres with factory fitted screen protector
Premium grade, detailed off-road topographical mapping options from View Ranger
Android™ ‘Nougat’, with scheduled upgrade to ‘Oreo’
4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, expandable via microSD™
Deca-core 2.6GHz 64 bit MTK Helio X27 chipset with Dual SIM functionality
16 MP Rear camera, 8MP front camera, 4 x digital zoom
Bright 5 inch FHD display, Corning ® Gorilla® Glass 5 protected, optimized for outdoor use
LTE Cat 6

At launch, there are two modules – Adventure Pack that attaches a 3600 mAh battery and GPS antenna. While the phone has built in antenna, the modular one gives you better reception and performance while using GPS applications.

Second module is Bike pack that has 4370 mAh battery and handle-bar mount.

Land Rover Explore screen size measures 5 inches and packs 1920×1080 pixels resolution. It has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection which prevents it from getting scratched. On its rear, there is 16 megapixel camera and there is a 8MP selfie camera as well.

To expand internal storage, there is micro SD card. As mentioned earlier, Land Rover Explore is a rugged phone and offers both dust protection and IP68 water protection. It can even survive a fall from 1.8 meters.

Interestingly, the Land Rover Explore is built by Bullitt and not by Land Rover. This brand also produces phones for Kodak and Caterpillar.

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