Published By : 12 Aug 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
Ruggedized handsets have been in the market for quite a while now. In addition, the smartphones that can bear the impact of accidents such as water soaking have also been in the market for quite some time now. These two features have been combined into the new handset DuraForce PRO by Kyocera and this handset is the 1st one in the market to have both the features integrated into one single handset.
DuraForce PRO Features Industry-Leading Rugged Technology
Smartphones have made the standalone digital camera a thing of the past, although the makers of cameras in the market are still clung to one segment which is exponentially growing i.e. the action cam. The newly launched DuraForce PRO presents businesses and consumers with industry dominating rugged technology and has emerged as the only smartphone having an in-built high-definition action camera. This has enabled users to remain connected as well as capture this content, keeping aside the environment and circumstances.
Handsets Work Well with Gloved and Wet Fingers
Furthermore, this handsets also has military standards talking in terms of splashes, drops, and surviving knocks. The handsets have also been said to bare environments such as arid deserts and snowy mountains plus its touchscreen also responds well to wet or gloved fingers. On the basis of software and hardware specifications, the phone features a decent Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor having a 2GB RAM coupled with a 32 GB on board storage.
Though the 5-inch display of this handset is full HD, still the camera at the rear presents 13 megapixels. The 5 megapixel front facing unit also presents wide angled filming in high definition resolution having various pre-set modes such as ‘underwater’.
3,250 mAh Battery to Feature Quick Charging
The final and the most prominent feature of this handset is its promising 3,240 mAh battery, supporting Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology as well as wireless charging. This means that this battery can reach to 75% from being dead at a much swifter pace as compared to any other similar batter, which is small in size and is present in a different handset. Kyocera hasn’t still confirmed the prices of this new handset; it is predicted to launch in this autumn.