The #Kyocera DuraForce series of devices have been moderately successful in the market thanks to their rugged nature and the true promise of durability. Well, it seems like we’re in for a new model in the lineup as per a leak by Techno Buffalo. What we’re seeing here is apparently the Kyocera DuraForce PRO that is bound to be released via T-Mobile later this year.
While it’s not known when exactly the phone will be launched, a rather vague Q4 2016 timeframe is being pitched. Now to talk about the device itself, it seems like Kyocera is aiming slightly higher this time as we can see a dual-camera setup on the back. The fingerprint scanner appears to be missing, though.
It is said that the back is equipped with a 13-megapixel sensor (one of them), while the front has a 5-megapixel sensor for selfies, apparently. The handset is also said to be packing a 3,420 mAh battery. This is pretty much everything we know about the handset right now. Of course, the DuraForce PRO will be water/dust resistant as well, which is a prerequisite to being called a rugged device. The exterior looks pretty solid as well. Pricing information is awaited, but we expect hints to drop by in the weeks to come.
Via: Techno Buffalo