Core X4 2020

Crosscall brings more third-party mobile devices to SA

Crosscall introduced three new smartphones - Core X4, M4 and M4 Go.

Crosscall introduced three new smartphones – Core X4, M4 and M4 Go.

French mobile and tech firm Crosscall has introduced new mobile devices in South Africa, aimed at outdoor enthusiasts.

Crosscall yesterday unveiled its core range in the country, which includes three smartphones and a tablet.

Founded by CEO Cyril Vidal in 2009, Crosscall continues its international expansion with a presence in 15 countries around the world, and 20,000 points of sale.

The company debuted on the South African market in July last year, with the launch of five new smartphones.

The brand specializes in waterproof, durable, and standalone mobiles, which it says adapt to the hostile and unpredictable environments faced by athletes and professionals in various fields. It also offers a range of high-performance accessories.

Core-T4 is Crosscall’s first tablet. The tablet is an outdoor mobile office for professionals, and a portable entertainment station that can also withstand outdoor conditions and children.

The tablet is equipped with a 13MP camera and is waterproof, which means that users can take pictures underwater.

Crosscall also introduced three smartphones – Core X4, M4 and M4 Go.

All products in the new Core range are warranted for three years.

“For us, this represents the first of many projects that consist of moving away from consumer-oriented telephony, to telephony based on user needs and sustainability,” says Cyril Vidal, Founder and President of Crosscall.

“Our brand is based on the idea that a phone is designed to meet the needs of its users, to match their lifestyle and to last, no matter what environment they are exposed to. Putting the user at the heart of our product design and committing to the durability of these products is where the true innovation lies.”

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