The article will provide a reader with information on Casio G Zone Commando phone. The phone is chunky, tough, and brutish. There’s a high bezel surrounding and protecting the screen. It is covered in a rubbery material that provides a lot of grip. The back surface has a similar feel. It’s a big phone, wide and thick, and feels enormous in the hand. It is also fairly heavy.
The front of the Commando has black and red style cues around the display, which itself is recessed several millimeters. Directly below the display, Casio has placed four capacitive buttons for interacting with the Android system. The Home and Back buttons, which are in the middle, are easy to interact with.
The sides of the Commando are bristling with controls. The volume toggle is on the left, close to the top of the Commando. Directly beneath it, Casio has given the Commando a dedicated button with which to launch its G’zGear application. Below the G’zGear button, there are contacts for a dock. The metal contacts are recessed pretty deeply. In the very bottom of the left side.
The 3.5mm headset jack is positioned on the top right side. It is hidden under a bulky hatch that protects it from water. The jack is also set fairly deep into the phone. Below the headphone jack, there is a hatch covering the microUSB port. This hatch is also bulky, and the microUSB port itself is recessed deeply, too. This hatch also protects the Commando from water. There is also a camera button near the bottom.
The battery compartment of the Commando is sealed with a locking plate and rubber gaskets. If a user slides the lock switch to the side, then he/she will be able to pry the battery cover off. The microSD slot is buried under the battery.
If a user has read the article then he/she would have learnt about the Casio G’zOne Commando phone.