AT&T to carry rugged, water-resistant Kyocera DuraForce Pro
Last week, Kyocera announced a dream come true for many that wanted an android smartphone which was not only affordable but then, would be able to withstand even tough conditions and with the recent launch of that device, customers would be getting their hands on units soon. Named the Kyocera DuraForce Pro, the smartphone comes in the neighbourhood of mid-range devices and has what is touted to be the first in-built super wide angle camera in the world.
With AT&T having announced that they would be offering the device for sale on their platform but without making mention of a price yet, the device would have 5 inch of screen that is set to 1080p resolution and use a QUALCOMM snapdragon processor running on four cores under the hood. For camera needs, the 13MP on the back of the device as well as the 5MP shooter in front has been made to cater for your every demand.
With an IP68 rating like the one we have seen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which means that the smartphone would be resistant to water damage, there is also a military standard 810G rating packed alongside the fingerprint sensor, meaning the smartphone would be very strong against the elements.
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