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Verizon’s Black Friday deals include a new Mickey Mouse watch
There’s plenty of “buy one, get one” discounts to pass along, but the Checkmark has also taken the opportunity to launch a few products, too.
Kyocera DuraXV LTE is a rugged flip phone on Verizon… for $264
And that’s because it is basically a basic Android-powered flip phone with all the specs needed in that device. There is no touchscreen, but it’s durable.
Kyocera DuraForce PRO arrives a little late at T-Mobile, last of the big four carriers
It’s late, but it’s still impressive that the rugged, nichey Kyocera DuraForce PRO Android smartphone reaches T-Mobile after Sprint, AT&T and Verizon.
Kyocera rafre washable smartphone is back, now also resistant to foaming body soap
Kyocera has a second-generation washable smartphone slated for a Japanese launch in March, with both hand and body soap resistance in tow.
Rugged Kyocera DuraForce PRO adds Verizon-exclusive Sapphire Shield display, costs $408
Verizon is the third US mobile operator to carry the rugged, action camera-packing Kyocera DuraForce PRO, but it’s the first to get a sapphire display.
A freezer, a pool, and multiple drops: how we smashed the AT&T Kyocera DuraForce XD (Video)
The Kyocera Duraforce XD gives off a monster first impression, but how well does that thicker, reinforced casing, stand up to tough conditions?
Rub a dub dub your Kyocera DIGNO Rafre with soap
Japan is a unique smartphone market in that it has some fairly…
Black Friday comes early at MetroPCS with BOGO deal on four Androids
Offline MetroPCS shoppers can buy a smartphone and get a free one valued at up to $50 through November 30.
Kyocera Brigadier with Sapphire Screen
Kyocera Brigadier durability test: scratching up a sapphire smartphone (Video)
Kyocera’s Brigadier offers MIL-STD 810G/IP68 ratings and a “virtually scratch proof” sapphire screen; watch our durability test to see how we scratched it.
Worst Gadgets Ever, Episode 1: Kyocera Echo
On the first episode of our new series Worst Gadgets Ever, see what made Sprint’s Kyocera Echo -an Android smartphone with two screens- such a flop.
The Best of the Past: Flip Phones
Most of us outside of Japan live in a world dominated by slab phones. Sure, they’re getting easier to tolerate as manufacturers like HTC and Nokia push the boundaries of hardware design. But they don’t have hinges for fun folder action, they don’t snap satisfyingly closed at the end of a frustrating call, and they don’t fit as well in a pocket.
Kyocera Creates Speakerless Bone Conduction Smartphone
For all the benefits smartphones have brought us, there’s no denying that…