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    Familiarity with the military standard MIL-STD-810G for mobile devices

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    The MIL-STD-810G military standard is set by the US military to withstand harsh environmental conditions and evaluates products and equipment based on a set of 29 tests in a variety of climatic conditions. In these tests, the device is exposed to shock, vibration, heat, cold, shooting shock, moisture, and more. Thus, such devices apparently have to be a "ready-to-use" or even "battle-ready" tool. Many of the technologies offered to the US military must comply with this standard, and vendors will have to prove compliance to win the contract process. <b>Familiarity</b> with the <b>military</b> <b>standard</b> <b>MIL-STD-810G</b> for <b>mobile</b> devices

    in the United States military standards, or MIL-STD for short, are enforced by the Department of Defense and are mandatory in the country's air, land and naval forces. These standards are used to ensure that products meet specific requirements for a variety of defense-related purposes. Of course, MIL-STD is used not only in the military but also in civilian organizations because of its complete testing methods and ensuring product readiness for harsh conditions. In total, more than 40 military standards have been proposed so far, some of the most popular examples of which are the MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461, MIL-S-901 and MIL-STD-167. >

    As mentioned, the MIL-STD-810G standard covers a wide range of environmental conditions and determines the strength and durability of the device in these conditions. The 804-page documentation of this standard is divided into three sections: Environmental Engineering Guidelines, Laboratory Methods, and Guidelines for the Climate of the World, and examples such as low pressure (altitude), high and low temperature, thermal shock, humidity, immersion, and Includes such items. <b>Familiarity</b> with the <b>military</b> <b>standard</b> <b>MIL-STD-810G</b> for <b>mobile</b> <b>devices</b>

    In fact, more and more consumer product manufacturers today use such standards to market their products. As devices such as the Doogee S90 modular phone, which started with funding on the Kickstarter platform, target the simple labor market, hiking and mountaineering enthusiasts to sell their products.

    If a device is compatible with the MIL-STD-810G, it should theoretically have high resilience and a much higher probability of surviving falls and harsh environmental conditions than conventional products. For example, a person who works in a construction site is more at risk of losing his phone. In the same way, lovers of mountaineering and climbing will benefit more from having products equipped with this standard. Some of the devices with this standard include Nokia 800 Tough, Galaxy Xcover Pro, Galaxy Tab Active Pro tablet, S61 Kat and LG G8 ThinQ. Many smartwatches, fitness bracelets and other wearable products are also equipped with this standard. Of course, if your smartphone does not use the MIL-STD-810G standard, you can buy a protective case that meets this standard. <b>Familiarity</b> with the <b>military</b> <b>standard</b> <b>MIL-STD-810G</b> for <b>mobile</b> devices Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro

    To prove that a smartphone meets the MIL-STD-810G standard, manufacturers must ensure that they have complied with a number of precise instructions contained in official documents related to this framework. Ideally, this means sending the device to a laboratory outside the company that has the ability to perform all 29 tests accurately. Unfortunately, many manufacturers perform these tests internally without the supervision and approval of an outside inspector.

    Although paper tests perform well, companies do not need to provide evidence to prove their tests are correct. Therefore, the manufacturer can claim that the manufactured device complies with this standard by omitting or ignoring some items.

    The best strategy for consumers is to use common sense and a little patience to reveal the real results. For example, the LG G8 ThinQ is a quality device that complies with the MIL-STD-810G standard. But a look at the design of this phone shows that its resilience will not be able to compete with devices that are made with rubber corners and protective screens. In fact, it may be compatible with the MIL-STD-810G, but with its glass design, it is unlikely to be a "battle-ready" tool.

    On the other hand, the design of a device like the Doogee S90 shows high durability, because overall it looks something like a brick. But here, too, the phone is not able to act on the claim. Therefore, the only way the customer can find out the truth of the claim of compliance with such a standard is to wait and review the opinions and experiences of other users.

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