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First Look: The Kyocera DuraXT is tough as nails (sort of)

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First Look: The Kyocera DuraXT is tough as nails (sort of)

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Built to military specs, Sprint's Kyocera DuraXT is designed to withstand that elements and is dust-, splash-, and water-proof

Everybody it's lynch conference began bringing that ultra rugged kids -- and -- XT by spring. This -- south mountain basically -- and -- designs with -- practically anything -- but apocalypse. Obviously it's not designed for every day conceit but rather for those working in tough environments like field operators and construction records. It's reverend bill keeps it steady against everyday -- and scratches -- an accident or otherwise. It's desperate and shock proof and also lottery instant and can be done to -- and -- -- for up to thirty. Inside you'll -- it is -- by sixty million -- battery which roughly translates to about eight hours and recorded -- -- -- micro SD slot that's expand pilots at 32 gigabytes. Had -- inch -- EG display along with an external display here on the back is -- 3.2 megapixel camera with LED flash. But there XT also comes with Sprint's push to talk service which puts indirect connection without at -- -- -- devices quickly via this button. Now being rugged phones that are keeping students at once daily about five point three ounces so it's not like this thing. Lastly the specs -- -- the camera is obviously not that tell everybody gets the job that. What do you -- a rough environment are -- -- oddly enough life -- -- -- haven't yet found the tech -- sticker price goes by about 200 many guys. But if you and it can't Texas -- and mailing rebate baggy pants about that now. Again I am link in bringing unite here and -- -- iceberg.

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