World's toughest phone has Java ME technology

A recent contest to see which cell phone is the world's toughest found the Java ME tech-enabled Sonim XP3300 Force to possess the opposite of the wussiness that all other wimpy smartphones have.

See:

World's toughest phone has Java ME

Here's a quote:

 Other features include an FM 
 radio, multimedia player, microSD 
 slot, Bluetooth and a basic 2 
 megapixel camera. There's a 
 built-in flashlight and extra-
 loud audio so it can be used in 
 noisy conditions, plus a noise 
 cancellation system. It's not a 
 smartphone, but the Sonim XP3300 
 Force does support Java so you
 can download applications for 
 that platform. 
That's what I'm talking about. Not some girly iDrone or Anphoid nonesense. We're talking tough phones. We're talking Java ME technology!

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