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Marine Corps looking for a few good Androids

Jan. 13, 2014 - 03:45AM   |  
By NICOLE BLAKE JOHNSON   |   Comments
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The Marines are considering using the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. (Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images for Samsung)
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The Marine Corps wants to know whether the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone is capable of meeting its needs.

In a request for information to industry, Marine Corps Systems Command detailed specific device features that it requires, including:

■The latest version of the Android platform for smartphones

■ GPS antenna that uses the latest coordinate system and can obtain latitude and longitude values.

■ Wi-Fi.

■ Domestic and international cell data (3G/4G LTE) capability.

■ A camera to collect photographs in JPEG format, video recordings in MPEG-4 format and MP3 format voice recordings into data collection forms.

■ Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 compliance for data encryption.

Industry responses are due Jan. 23.

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