Kyocera, the name that is, in some parts of the world, synonymous with photocopying machines, has announced the launch of the new TORQUE, an ultra-rugged 4G LTE smartphone. Having been in the business of turning out ruggedized handsets, the new TORQUE does not come as a surprise. It is yet another U.S. Military Standard (specifically, […]
amidst the show-stoppers from the industry big players at last week’s MWC, Japanese firm Kyocera actually also have some tricks up their sleeves. the firm showoff a few products, but it is this drool-worthy visionary product known as the Flexible Phone Concept that caught our eyes.
looking to add some bling to your iPhone? why not go beyond the case and do the bling thing on the display as well? thanks to the Kyocera Opal Protective Film for iPhone, you can actually do that. no kidding. basically, what Kyocera did was to infuse the firm’s unique “Kyoto Opal” material into the polyethylene terephthalate (PET) protective film
if one, you reside in North America, specifically the U.S.A, and two, needs a non-smart but toughened up mobile phone, then look out for the Kyocera DuraPro Ruggedized Mobile Phone available through US Cellular. honestly, we thought the phone has an attractive design and it would be our choice of clamshell
Kyocera is not usually a brand known for mobile phones outside of Japan. if you ask me, i’d say that i am more familiar with their photocopier machines than anything else. for the uninitiated, the Japanese firm have been making mobile phones for quite a while now and though unaware to us, the gai-jin, they are actually doing quite well. in fact, they have just announced a…