The rugged Kyocera DuraMax is Sprint's first PTT phone on the new Direct Connect network. It's similar to many iDEN phones that came before it.
We check out Sprint's latest push-to-talk phones at CTIA.
Sprint's Kyocera DuraMax is the more advanced of its two new 3G push-to-talk phones. We got to give it the water-dunk test at CTIA.
The Kyocera DuraMax is a basic but durable handset that offers Direct Connect services over Sprint's faster CDMA network, but a couple of issues will prevent some iDEN customers from making the switch for now.
Sprint announces details about its upgraded Direct Connect service and the newest handset to support it.
Sprint will kill off its iDEN network on June 30 next year as it moves customers over to its Direct Connect service.
Up to military specifications, the durable Kyocera DuraCore runs on Sprint's fast Direct Connect push-to-talk network, but those who prefer a camera and a phone they can dunk in water will want the DuraMax.
It's a rugged, straightforward phone with push-to-talk capabilities and resistance to dust, vibration, and shock.
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