Rugged Kyocera DuraMax headed to Sprint
By Joni Blecher Follow me on Twitter | Tuesday, January 31, 2012 (permalink)
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The latest phone to work with Sprints Direct Connect service is the Kyocera DuraMax. This flip-phone was built to meet the Military Standard 810G, which can handle dust, extreme temperatures, low pressure, humidity, and even solar radiation. Rounding out the phones ruggedness is the non-slip Dura-Grip casing and a built-in flashlight. Additionally, the phone sports a 3.2-megapixel camera and video recorder, 3.5mm headset jack, and will come with a 1GB microSD card. It will work with Sprints Direct Connect service and the companys EV-DO network. The Kyocera DuraMax should be available the first half of this year.