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Kyocera Torque / Torque XT
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Kyocera Torque / Torque XT

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8.0

Kyocera Torque Review

Digitaltrends
2 June 2013
  • Conclusion: The Kyocera Torque isn’t the fastest Android smartphone around and probably won’t appeal to those who want a top-of-the-line iPhone or Galaxy S4. However, the rugged aspect combined with long battery life and good call quality makes it a great phone for the target audience.
  • Pros: Highly rugged (waterproof), Bright screen, Not full of bloatware, Clear and loud call quality, Long battery life
  • Cons: Too many buttons that get in the way, Low-res screen, Unimpressive performance
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Kyocera Torque Review

BriefMobile
25 March 2013
  • Excerpt: Over the years, we’ve seen a few rugged Android phones, but none of them have really stood out. The Motorola Defy, Samsung Rugby, and Motorola Admiral were all rugged phones, but were abandon by their carrier and manufacturer rather quickly, leaving users out of luck when it came to operating system...
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Overall 8
8.0

Kyocera Torque (Sprint)

PC Magazine
22 March 2013
  • Conclusion: With its rugged design, excellent voice performance, solid specs, and LTE support, the Kyocera Torque for Sprint is the best push-to-talk smartphone there is.
  • Pros: Rugged build. Loud, clear speaker. Smart Sonic Receiver improves voice calls. Solid performance. LTE support.
  • Cons: Average camera. Bulky.
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Overall 9
8.5

Expert Review

Phone Arena
18 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Despite being a mid-range Android device running an OS that is well over a year old, the Kyocera Torque is an amazingly advanced device. It is well designed, and passed our torture tests with flying colors.
  • Pros: Sturdy, durable design, Smart Sonic Receiver technology and HD voice make for great call quality in any situation, Hefty 2500mAh battery can give days of use
  • Cons: Direct Connect not available in conjunction with LTE
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Kyocera Torque Review - Sprint's toughest Android

MobileBurn
18 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Cars and trucks perform the same basic function, but they have wildly different methods and use cases. The same is true for rugged smartphones. While an iPhone or Galaxy S III may get you from Point A to Point B, you may need the utility offered by a different vehicle.
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Kyocera Torque Review

SlashGear
13 March 2013
  • Conclusion: In the end, while the Torque probably won’t win any awards in the looks department, it certainly gets props for being an extremely rugged smartphone. There’s definitely some things that could be better if it wants to compete with the flagship devices currently on the market, so you’ll definitely...
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Kyocera Torque: Not Exactly Elegant, but Can Handle All Your Drops and Dunks

All Things Digital
11 March 2013
  • Excerpt: This week, I dropped my smartphone on cement, threw it down a flight of subway stairs and dunked it in a pot of water. This wasn’t spurred by frustration or accident-prone-ness. I’ve been testing the new Kyocera Torque from Sprint, a rugged, waterproof phone that’s meant to be banged around.
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Overall 8
8.0

Kyocera Torque (Sprint) Review

LAPTOP Magazine
11 March 2013
  • Summary: With its battle-ready, armorlike chassis and impressive battery life, the Kyocera Torque is a beastly smartphone that can handle almost anything you can throw at it. But beyond its durability, the Torque is a solid smartphone, too.
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Kyocera Torque – Drops, Dunks and Spills into Sprint on March 8 for $99.99

gadgetnutz.com
23 February 2013
  • Excerpt: Sprint and Kyocera Communications Inc. today announced the March 8 availability of Kyocera Torque , the “live more, fear less” handset built to survive extreme elements and everyday life.
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Kyocera Torque, Sprint’s First Ultra-Rugged 4G LTE Android Smartphone, Braves the Elements of Everyday Life and Backwoods Adventures

gadgetnutz.com
28 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Water, dirt, drops – there seem to be 101 ways to break or damage smartphones that dutifully serve as mini computers, schedulers and entertainment devices. Today, Sprint and Kyocera Communications Inc.
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