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Kyocera Torque / Torque XT
8.6 out of 10

Kyocera Torque / Torque XT

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Overall 8

Kyocera Torque Review

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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Overall 8

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

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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Overall 8

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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Overall 8

Abenteuer-Smartphone: Das Kyocera Torque KC-S701 im Check

12 February 2015
  • Summary: Die echten Outdoor-Smartphones, die nicht nur wasserdicht sind, sondern eben auch Stürze und Wetterextreme aushalten, waren bislang meist schwach ausgestattet und zu teuer, bis auf wenige Ausnahmen wie das Caterpillar CAT S50 .
  • Pros: IP68 und Military Standard 810G zertifiziert, Wasserdicht, LTE, 4,5 Zoll HDready Display, Android 4.4, 3100 mAh großer Akku, Kabelloses Aufladen möglich über Qi-Standard, 8 Megapixel Kamera
  • Cons: Akku lässt sich nicht wechseln, Sehr klobig und schwer
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