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Kyocera Duramax Available on October 2nd

Posted In News - By Mark Hearn On Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 10:30am PST With 5 Comments

Well folks flip phones aren’t dead after all! Sprint’s shiny new Direct Connect network will have a “workhorse” ready to “do work” on opening day. The Kyocera Duramax seems ready to take on your worst. Built to military specifications, the Duramax can withstand dust, shock, vibration and extreme temperatures. Priced at $99.99 the not so flashy hardhat handset also sports a 3.0-megapixel camera with flash and video capture. This should definitely come in handy for quick info exchanges at those heavy duty construction sites.

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  • Ryan

    This looks like a awsome phone.Do you guys know when the motorola admiral phone will come out for the new direct connect?

  • Anonymous

    I might have to sign my father up for this phone. It looks right up his ally. What os is this thing running?

  • Anonymous

    Enter the reason for all the Sprint plan changes!

  • Wyzguy

    According to “leaks”, it is going to be delayed for reasons unknow. Sound like it will be a “holiday” phone like the BB 8350i was couple years ago. Will be interesting what the cost will be, and what “special” price they will give current NEXTEL subscribers………

  • Anonymous

    Isn’t duramax a condom brand?