Sure, it may not be the sexiest phone out there, but it’ll definitely take some daily abuse. The Toughbook CF-P2 is Panasonic’s latest Pocket PC phone, and it’s built to last. It’s designed to withstand all your bumps and drops, hot and cold, humid and arid, and show next to no signs of wear. That’s not to say that’s invincible: it certainly is not designed for arctic or desert conditions, but it’s a heck of a lot tougher than other phones on the market.
The CF-P2 supports GSM/GPRS 850/1900 bands, and for all your other wireless connection needs, it has built in Bluetooth and 802.11b connectivity. Running on Windows Mobile 2003 SE, this tough little cookie also features 64MB of internal memory and an SD card expansion slot. The LCD screen has a light sensor for automatic backlight adjustment.
Phonescoop reports that this phone will likely not be picked up by any carriers, and will likely only be available directly through Panasonic and their resellers. Price and official launch date have not yet been announced since it was only discovered via the FCC’s website.