With high-end smartphones boasting dust and water resistant features, we take a look at the IP rating system, which defines the protection levels of the device
Wirefly pushed the Kyocera Torque, to its limits, and beyond, in a series of extreme torture tests.
While it isn’t the most impressive phone on the market spec-wise, the Kyocera Torque isn’t a slouch either. Plus, it’s built like a tank. Is that enough to make it worthy of a recommendation?
Watch here as Bear Grylls takes the Kyocera Torque out for his rendition of a normal day. Spoiler alert, the Torque survives in all three videos!
Sprint announced Friday morning via a press release that the Kyocera Torque would become available on March 8 for $99 on a two year contract and after a $50 mail-in-rebate.
The rough and tough Android smartphone niche has never been extremely competitive, but if you like your gadgets to be able to take a beating and have some decent hardware things are looking up.
If you’re on a quest to buy a new smartphone on Sprint that can take a good beating, it seems you’ll soon have another option in the Kyocera Torque, a rugged offering from the Japan-based manufacturer.