With one phone that's saltwater-resistant and another that you can wash with warm soapy water, Kyocera explores the outer reaches of waterproof phones.
The saltwater-resistant Torque G02 and the Digno rafre, which you can wash with warm soapy water, are indicative of where waterproof phones are heading.
The latest in a long line of budget-priced, water resistant phones.
You won't take a bath on this very affordable phone, but you can take it in the bath.
Coming to AT&T, Kyocera's rugged DuraForce XD and DuraXE can handle pretty much whatever you can throw at them.
The Kyocera DuraForce XD smartphone and DuraXE flip phone are built supertough and waterproof.
This new waterproof budget phone takes to surfing, snowboarding or relaxing baths like a duck to water.
The US carrier announced that the DuraForce XD costs $50 with a contract, and that it will sell the DuraXE feature-phone as well.
Kyocera's Hydro Wave is a waterproof smartphone that can take a beating. And it's easy on the wallet, too.
The 5.7-inch tough phone will feature Android and a thick, durable design that meets military specifications.
Kyocera's latest Android is dustproof, waterproof and built to take a beating.
Verizon's waterproof DuraXV is a feature phone with a rugged exterior, expandable storage, Web connectivity and a decent 5-megapixel camera.
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