Kyocera DuraXT Arrives at Sprint as Rugged Direct Connect Clamshell
Sprint today began offering the Kyocera DuraXT, a rugged clamshell that joins Sprint's line of tough-as-nails push-to-talk phones. The DuraXT uses Sprint's CDMA-based PTT service, called DirectConnect. It runs Qualcomm's BREW MP operating system and includes a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash. Other features include a media player, speakerphone, GPS-based navigation, Bluetooth, and support for memory cards up to 32GB. The DuraXT is available for $69.99 with a new contract.
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This is quite the sore point with me as Sanyo wireless phones were an industry standard benchmark for Sprint with leading edge technology for its day,
The early Sanyos and both the candy bar style and their flip phones were top notch,
The LAST GOOD Sanyo was the SCP-8400
Then Sanyo sold off their wireless phone division and NAME to Kyrocera (as it was less the one half of one percent of their market and they wanted to focus on other consumer tech)to up until this point made gas station and discount store prepaid phones.
Kyrocera are responsible for the flimsy line of Katanas (the original Katana SCP 6600 and the Katana DLX (SCP 8500) were alright, the Kyrocero ZIO and that flea market generic Nin...