Out Of This World: OutFone BD-351-A83

You want something else. You want to stand out of the crowd. Here’s your chance: get the OutFone BD-351-A83.


Packed with features like quadband GSM, GPS, Electronic Compass, Altimeter and – else I wouldn’t even write about it – a UHF 2-way radio. Power output is 2 Watts, battery capacity is 1500mAh. On top of that this gadget is waterproof (IP67) and shockproof. They even added a hand crank generator / charger / flashlight. Ideal stuff for preppers!

If you want other than English and Chinese languages for the user interface, you need to buy the green one. Weird. The BD-351-83 is yours for about $220. I didn’t check for better deals; shop around yourself.



General specifications:

Communication System: GSM
Operating Frequency: GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Main Chipset: MTK6235
SIM Card: Single SIM Card
CPU: 208M
Type: Bar,Waterproof, Dustproof, Dropproof
Color : Black,Orange and Military Green
Main Display Size: 2.0inch
Main Display Resolution: QVGA 240*320 pixela
Cemera: 2 mega pixels
Standby time: 500 hours
Talk time: Up to 11 Hours
Dimensions: 120 x 54 x 24.8 mm
Weight: 134 grams
Messaging: Support SMS,MMS and SMS group sending
Phonebook: 1000 entries
Input Method: Green version supports multi languages, black  & yellow versions support Chinese & English language only
Bluetooth: V2.0,support stereo and data transmission
Mobile internet: Internet surfing via WAP
Java application: Support Java
Ringtone Function: Ringtone, vibration and silence
Extra Functions: Alarm, Calendar, Calculator, Schedule and Stopwatch.
MultiMedia Function:  MP3 audio playback, MP4 video playback, ADPCM voice recording, AVI video recording and playback
Radio: Support FM radio, listen with either earpieces or built-in speaker
Flashlight: To light up at night

6 comments on “Out Of This World: OutFone BD-351-A83

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  3. I bought it BECAUSE it has no Android. I won´t give Google any further look in my pants. And we better don´t forget how to navigate with compass and cards.
    Anything else is for people who wants to be remoted like a little Androidrobot 😉 …
    P.S. I had a powersucking Android smellphone now for 2 years. I rooted it and done my very best to make it safe. But it still leacking … I ´ll go offline!

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