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6.4 out of 10

Kyocera DuraCore

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Kyocera DuraCore

16 October 2012
  • Conclusion: CNET's Jessica Dolcourt finds it hard to understand why somebody would want a phone as stripped down as the Kyocera DuraCore. She says it's the kind of phone "a company would buy its employees." Yet there remains a market for a phone that is, well, just a phone. Some consumers don't need a camera or a music player and aren't interested in a smartphone. For these folks, the rugged and simple DuraCore fits the bill. However, there are alternatives.
  • Pros: Tough construction, Extremely simple, Push-to-talk function, Great keypad, Sharp display
  • Cons: Sensitive external buttons, Devoid of any features, No camera, No external memory, Non-standard headphone jack
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Overall 6

Kyocera DuraCore (Sprint)

PC Magazine
15 December 2011
  • Conclusion: The Kyocera DuraCore is a solid, bare bones push-to-talk cell phone that uses Sprint's new Direct Connect service.
  • Pros: Rugged. Solid keypad. Good voice quality.
  • Cons: No camera. Not quite as rugged as the Kyocera DuraMax. Outdated UI.
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