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Hammer Bow 2G

Hammer Bow 2G
Brand: Hammer
Category: Rugged Feature Phone
  • Display: 2.4-inch screen
  • Camera: Single 2-megapixels
  • Memory: 32MB RAM / 32MB ROM
  • Platform: MediaTek 6261D CPU /
  • Battery: 1200mAh
  • Ruggedity: IP68

Our Rating

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  • Overall Average 6 / 10

The Hammer Bow is a tough 2G flip phone built to withstand the elements. With an IP68 rating, it’s water-resistant for up to 30 minutes in 1.5 meters of water and shockproof to survive drops. Its compact size (128.9 x 57.1 x 17.7 mm) and light weight (120 grams) belie its rugged construction.

The 2.4-inch IPS display offers clear visuals for navigating menus and reading messages. A MediaTek 6261D CPU keeps things running smoothly, backed by 32MB of RAM and 32MB of internal storage. This storage can be expanded up to 32GB with a microSD card for additional media storage.

Focusing on core functionalities, the Hammer Bow prioritizes calling and texting on 2G networks. Dual SIM functionality allows you to manage two separate phone numbers on the device, while Bluetooth 3.0 lets you connect wireless headsets for hands-free communication.

The phone includes a built-in FM radio for entertainment, a dedicated torch for illumination in low-light situations, and a loud speaker for clear calls. A removable 1200mAh Li-Ion battery provides extended use on a single charge.

Note: This phone is 2G only and does not support 3G or 4G network. For users who need data access and internet connectivity, consider the Hammer Bow LTE which offers the same rugged build with 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE network compatibility. 

Full Specifications


Launch This refers to the date when this device was officially introduced into the market. 2022, March / Release 2022, April
Brand / Model These are key identifiers that indicate the manufacturer or company that produces this smartphone, and the specific model of the phone. Hammer / Bow
- Also known as myPhone Hammer Bow

Network Technology

2G Bands 2G refers to the second generation of cellular technology and includes various frequency bands for basic voice and text communication. 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900


Ruggedity This indicates the device's durability and ability to withstand harsh conditions or impacts. It is a very popular term used with tough or rugged phones. IP68/IP69K are international ratings that measure a smartphone's resistance to dust and water. MIL-STD-810H is a military standard that sets criteria for the environmental and durability testing of electronic devices. It means this device has undergone various tests to demonstrate its resilience in challenging conditions, such as extreme temperatures, humidity, vibration, and shock. IP68
- Water up to 1.5m for 30m
Dimensions / Weight: This refers to the physical size and weight of the device, measured in millimeter (mm) and grams (g) respectively. 128.9 x 57.1 x 17.7 mm / 120 grams
SIM SIM stands for "Subscriber Identity Module." It is a small card, typically inserted into a slot in a mobile phone, that contains important information for connecting the device to a mobile network. SIM cards can come in various sizes, including standard SIM, micro SIM, nano SIM, or even electronic (eSIM), depending on the phone's design. Dual Nano SIMs; Dual Standby


Screen Display refers to the screen or visual interface of the device. It includes details such as screen size, resolution, and technology (e.g., LCD, OLED, AMOLED). IPS / 2.4-inches / 147 PPI
Resolution Screen Resolution refers to the number of pixels that make up the display screen and is typically expressed as a combination of horizontal and vertical pixel counts (e.g., 1920 x 1080, 2560 x 1440, or 3840 x 2160). The screen resolution determines the level of detail and sharpness of the visual content displayed on the smartphone's screen. Higher resolutions generally result in crisper and more detailed images and text 240 x 320 resolution


OS This is the Operating System. It refers to the software platform that runs on the smartphone and manages the device's hardware and software resources. Common smartphone operating systems include Android (developed by Google), iOS (developed by Apple). ---
Chipset This refers to the integrated circuit that serves as the device's central processing unit (CPU). It plays a pivotal role in the smartphone's performance, speed, and energy efficiency. MediaTek 6261D CPU
Memory This encompasses two components: storage capacity and RAM (Random Access Memory). Storage capacity, typically measured in gigabytes (GB) or terabytes (TB), dictates how much internal space is available for apps, files, and media storage. RAM, measured in gigabytes (GB), is temporary memory crucial for multitasking and app performance, with more RAM generally leading to smoother operation and faster task-switching capabilities. 32MB RAM + 32MB ROM / + 32GB SD-card


Main The main camera, also known as the rear camera, is the primary camera on the back of the smartphone. It is typically used for capturing photos and videos in various scenarios and is often the more powerful and versatile camera on the device 0.3MP single rear camera / LED Flash
Selfie The selfie camera, also known as the front-facing camera, is the camera on the front of the smartphone, primarily used for capturing selfies and video calls None
Features Camera features encompass various functionalities and capabilities that enhance the device's photography and videography experience. These features can include Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) Panorama, HDR, Ai Mode, Night Mode, Portrait Mode, etc. VGA


Connectivity This encompasses the device's ability to connect and communicate with other devices and networks. It includes features such as cellular connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC (Near Field Communication), and USB connectivity options. Bluetooth 3.0 / Wireless FM Radio / Type-C v2.0
Navigation Navigation refers to the device's ability to determine and display location information and provide directions to users. This functionality is usually powered by Global Positioning System (GPS) technology. None
Sensors This refers to the various built-in sensors that enable the device to gather information from its environment and interactions. Common sensors found in rugged smartphones may include fingerprint sensor, light sensor, barometer sensor among others. None

Battery and Others

Battery This section refers to the device's power source and its related specifications. This typically includes details such as the battery capacity, measured in milliampere-hours (mAh) or watt-hours (Wh), and it charging details. Li-Ion 1200mAh, Removable
Others This is a catch-all category that includes various additional features, specifications, or capabilities that don't fall under the major categories like display, camera, memory, or connectivity. LED Screen Notification /
- Loud speaker

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