Kyocera DuraForce PRO 2 smartphone

DuraForce PRO 2 handles harsh conditions

Kyocera International Inc has launched the DuraForce PRO 2, a 4G LTE Android smartphone available through Verizon Wireless. Designed for transportation uses and other business applications, DuraForce PRO 2 is dependable and durable in harsh environments.

DuraForce PRO 2 features a Verizon-exclusive 5-inch Sapphire Shield Display, which is virtually scratchproof. The smartphone provides IP68 waterproof and dustproof certification (to 2 meters/6.5 feet deep for up to 30 minutes) and Military Standard 810G for protection against shock, vibration, temperature extremes, blowing rain, low pressure, solar radiation, salt fog, humidity, immersion, temperature shock and icing/freezing rain.

Certified Non-incendive Class I, Division 2 (Group A-D, T4), the device is ideal for plant and field operations. All this reliability is backed by a two-year manufacturer’s standard warranty.

Noisy work environments are no match for the phone’s loud 106-decibel dual front speakers and four noise-cancelling mics featuring Qualcomm Fluence PRO technology, making push-to-talk (PTT) calls, speakerphone use and other audio crystal clear. Three cameras—13MP rear, 5MP front and a super-wide-view 4K action camera—are covered and protected by Sapphire Shield for extra durability.

DuraForce PRO 2 incorporates enhanced security features including a biometric fingerprint sensor built into its power button, as well as Secure Device Encryption with FIPS 140-2. With gloved and wet screen operation, the device can be used in cold, wet, or muddy conditions. With up to double the ROM/RAM of previous versions (64GB/4GB, and supports up to 512GB microSD) and a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 2.2GHz x 1.8GHz Octa Core CPU, this smartphone can keep up with the busiest work environments.

See www.kyoceramobile.com/duraforce-pro-2/ for complete information.

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