With a cold weather alert in place for large parts of England and temperatures dropping as low as -6.8C last night, you need a phone that’s as tough as the weather conditions. Meet the Nokia 800 Tough, the phone that will help see you through the Big Freeze. Bringing never before seen levels of durability, the Nokia 800 Tough is designed to withstand extreme temperatures as low as -20C.
The Nokia 800 Tough is built and tested to military standard. Taking durability to the extreme, it can withstand being dropped from a height of 1.8m[i], or being submerged in water up to 1.5m deep for 30 minutes. Bringing the latest features that fans would expect in a modern phone, the Nokia 800 Tough packs in the Google Assistant so you can get more done with your voice, along with popular apps like WhatsApp and Facebook, 4G connectivity and more.
Designed for easy everyday use, especially during the colder months, the Nokia 800 Tough comes with big accessible buttons so users can navigate menus and answer calls even when wearing gloves. With the added anti-slip coating and rubberised edges, Nokia 800 Tough will fit securely in your hand.
In case it slips from your hand, Nokia 800 Tough is built to withstand daily drops even onto concrete from a height of 1.8m. It also features a loop designed to easily attach the phone to your backpack, wrist and more, so you can keep your phone safe and accessible at all times as you navigate the hail and snow this winter.
The Nokia 800 Tough comes in Black Steel and is available on Amazon for £109.99. It’s the perfect phone for the Big Freeze this winter.
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[i] Testing done in lab conditions with no background apps running. Test results may differ between single sim and dual sim variants.