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Durable tech: Nokia's 3720 Classic

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by John Davis

Guam - If you didn't get that new iPhone you wanted for Christmas because Santa was scared you might drop it or run it over with a car, have no fear, the Nokia 3720 Classic is here.  This new cell phone has been tested over and over again by your friends at DOCOMO Pacific and in the end, the Nokia 3720 Classic passed all tests with flying colors. 

The Nokia 3720 Classic was dropped from a two story building, run over with a car and even submerged in water.  When all was said and done, the phone still turned on, still made calls and still took pictures like it was kept safe and sound in someone's pocket.

Now that we know the Nokia 3720 Classic is one of the most durable cell phones out there, let's take a look at some of the features contained in the 3720. 

Although the Nokia 3720 Classic is built for rough handling and is certified to be water, shock and dust resistant, potential users of this cell phone will be able to take advantage of a torch function that will bring you light in times of need, a 2 megapixel camera with a Light Emitting Diode or LED flash and a 2.2" display.   

The 3720 Classic also comes equipped with an extended battery that gives users up to 7 hours of talk time and more than 2 and a half weeks of standby time.  To top it all off, if you get Docomo's Max 3.5G Network, giving you the opportunity to stay connected with your friends and family on Guam's fastest cellular network. 

What are you waiting for? Active a Nokia 3720 classic at DOCOMO Pacific today, I guarantee this phone will outlast your older one and maybe even your current one.

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