These two technologies are making phones mission-critical in emergencies.
Cheaper than a GoPro and more durable than a regular phone, Kyocera's rugged DuraForce Pro features a 135-degree camera lens.
From water-resistant handsets to full-blown rugged devices, CNET takes a look at some recent phones that can go where most can't.
The waterproof budget phone features a 5-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera and Android Lollipop.
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.
The Kyocera DuraForce XD smartphone and DuraXE flip phone are built supertough and waterproof.
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.
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.
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