Crosscall introduces Trekker-X3, its new outdoor smartphone

Techno 17 January, 2017

Much more solid than an iPhone 7 or Galaxy S7, the Crosscall Trekker-X3 is specially designed for extreme conditions. MeltyStyle attended his Parisian presentation, and gives you his impressions.
You’re sick of screwing up your iPhone or Galaxy screen and having to buy it back at a high price? Crosscall is here for you! Created in 2009 and based in Aix-en-Provence, this French company is born of a need for use, both in sports activities and in professional activities. Based on the assumption that 35% of the 180 million smartphones sold are broken each year, Crosscall has decided to focus on the outdoor market, which is tied to specific needs. And Tuesday, January 17, she presented her latest baby … Trekker-X3, which is specially designed to withstand extreme conditions . If you kiffes skiing as Adrien Rabiot , paddle or sail, or just if you’re clumsy, then the device of Crosscall is for you.

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To design the Trekker-X3, Crosscall went to the meeting of more than 1,200 people. From these interviews was born a smartphone ultra-resistant, that you could not break even if you wanted. The Trekker-X3 is equipped with a 5-inch Full HD LCD screen, with a Gorilla Glass 4 panel that is thicker than conventional smartphones (about 0.7mm). It incorporates an octocore processor clocked at 1.5 GHz coupled with 3 GB of RAM, and has 32 GB of storage expandable by microSD. One of its strengths is obviously waterproofing. The Trekker-X3 is resistant to dust, mud, salt water, chlorine and even oil. In short, it ensures when conditions are difficult. Another advantage of the Crosscall smartphone is its autonomy. It has a battery of 3500 mAh, with a power saving mode, which allows it to hold 20 days on standby, 31 hours in communication and 9 hours in GPS . It is compatible with fast charging, since one hour is enough to recharge it to 80%. Finally, it also benefits from an induction refill, via the housing supplied with the product.

For his new smartphone, Crosscall put the package on the camera. Trekker-X3 is equipped with a rear sensor of 16 megapixels as the OnePlus 3T is out of stock of gold and an 8 megapixel sensor on the front and an autofocus sport. What to make beautiful photos once arrived at the top of a mountain, for example. The French brand’s device also features outdoor sensors to control all terrain, including the thermometer, altimeter, compass, barometer, GPS, accelerometer, brightness, network, charging, Bluetooth and proximity. All these sensors are accessible from the X3 Sensors application. Compatible with Android Marshmallow, the Trekker-X3 will be marketed in February for an amount of 549 euros. You can find it at SFR and Orange operators, at sports distributors such as Decathlon and InterSport, but also at construction companies such as Point P or Loxam. At meltyStyle, we were seduced by the Trekker-X3, and we are now eager to test it. Interested in the Trekker-X3?