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After weeks of leaked pictures and demonstration videos, Nokia has confirmed what the tech world had already guessed: that the 3720 Classic is the company's latest rugged phone.

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The phone features IP-54 toughness certification concerning dust resistance, protection from splashes and fortification against drops.

A screw is used to lock the 3720 battery cover into place, providing “worry-free usage in wet, dusty or muddy environments”, Nokia claims.

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An LED flashlight means the phone can also be used as a torch, should you find yourself without any available lighting one dark evening.

The spec include a 2.2in display, a 2Mp camera, Nokia Maps and a Micro SD memory card slot. Nokia is to bundle a 1GB Micro SD card with every 3720.

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The 3720 will be available in several colours

The 3720 Classic is expected to cost €125 (£108/$174) when it crash-lands into stores this summer. ®

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