The Casio C711 G’zOne Boulder is a very tough phone with military-grade build quality. This phone is built to take a beating, with military-grade specs for water and dust resistance as well as protection against drops, shock, and altitude.
With a 2.0 inch (diagonal) display, it’s easy to view your pictures, text, navigate settings, or just use day-to-day.
This is where the Casio G’zOne Boulder really stands out. With a tough outer casing and a design that can take bumps, drops, and splashes.
The Casio G’zOne Boulder – C711 has a 1.3 MP rear facing camera positioned on the outer side of the flip phone and although 1.3 MP is very low among today’s phone cameras, it takes a good quality picture.
The Casio G’zOne Boulder is a dual-band 3G flip phone that was designed to operate on the Verizon 800 MHz & 1900 MHz CDMA frequencies.
The Casio G’zOne Boulder has an 810 mAh removable battery and a durable (but easy to remove) battery door that makes swapping out batteries quick and easy.
The only thing we really don’t like about this phone is the fact it uses a proprietary charger instead of the newer micro-USB type that is more compatible with many devices.