One of the key design criteria for iNO 3 was to make sure it had a more robust construction. We subjected it to repeatable impacts similar to those it may experience when in the hands of any typical user. See our video of a bare iNO 3 dropped onto the concrete floor (from head-level) without any protective phone cover to cushion the impact.
The iNO3’s LCD display is rated at 1280 x 768 pixels (LCD). With a 4.2” screen, that’s 356 pixels per inch (PPI), compared to 326 PPI for the iPhone 5 (for example). When held 10 to 12 inches from the eye, you won’t be able to make out individual pixels
In order to get a fix on your location, your phone needs an unobstructed view to at least four satellites. The American GPS network has 31 satellites spread around the world but experience shows it can’t always be accessed from where you are.
Fortunately, there’s a second network of 24 satellites called GLONASS. Combined access to GPS and GLONASS substantially improves location accuracy, reliability and speed. The iNO 3 has exactly such a dual-system antenna for combined access.
The iNO SCOUT 2S is the latest addition to the Scout series. Similar to last year design, it is an upgraded model with key features e.g; quad-core 1.3 processor, 2GB Ram, 4G LTE Dual sim and 4500mAh battery. On top of that, the non-camera smartphone is now running on Android version 5.1 Lollipop. No more spoilt LCD or water damage thanks to the rugged, shock-protection housing with an IP68 rating.