Editors Liked

  • Extremely durable, Comes with array of outdoorsy apps, Hotspot for up to five devices, Above average battery life
  • Solid build with MIL STD 810G certification, Useful G’zGear apps, Loud call volume and speakerphone, Good music playback quality
  • Virtually indestructible, Light and compact for the capabilities, Good battery life
  • The Casio G'zOne Commando is a durable and rugged handset that is also an Android smartphone. It has a great suite of applications for outdoor enthusiasts. Other notable features include Wi-Fi, mobile hot-spot capability for up to five devices, GPS, a
  • Great battery life for a smartphone, Very solid design
  • Durable; great data speeds; Android; decent camera; Casio G'zGEAR; great battery life

Editors Didn't Like

  • Subpar camera, Small screen and tricky interface, Poor sound quality during calls, Bloated with Verizon software
  • Only 5 home screens, Not as fast as other smartphones, Shows all emails as plaintext, Camera quality is lacking
  • Text input is difficult, Specs a little weak versus comparablypriced models
  • The Casio G'zOne Commando is unfortunately saddled with bloatware from Verizon, and the default search engine is Bing. Google Maps is not preinstalled either, though you can download it yourself. Casio's snap-out menu is not as fluid as we would l
  • Call quality could be better, Unresponsive touchscreen
  • Pre-installed Casio keyboard is not that great; thicker display means it is sometimes unresponsive to soft touch