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Hands-On with the Waterproof Kyocera Hydro

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Apr 27, 2014, 5:50 PM
over in the "Kyocera Hydro / Hydro Plus" discussion:

Terrible bettery performance, don't buy Kyocera

I am an angry customer who was taken hard working money with a Kyocera Hydro Cell Phone. As specified in the terms an conditions of this site, I will be super-nice with my comments.

Total waste of money. Kyocera is taking people's money away. You cannot rely on this model if you plan to use it all day, and not carry with you an extra set of batteries and the charger.

Kyocera, never again, that should teach you not to mess with hard working consumers.

These are the good comments, figure out the bad ones.

Feb 14, 2013, 10:43 PM
over in the "Kyocera Hydro / Hydro Plus" discussion:

picture mail

i just got this phone how do you send picture mail to your contact

Oct 20, 2012, 6:40 PM
over in the "Kyocera Hydro / Hydro Plus" discussion:

Kyocera Hydro - My ?( & maybe next cell)

Greetings. Im a NEWBIE 🤨 - boryzark - and I wanted to join this site because there is a certain easy-breezy-friendly feel about it that I like. Looking forward to texting and joining in the fun and forums. 🤣
Right now, I own a Boost Galaxy Prevail - so highly over-rated when it first came out that I got suckered in to a cell that - when rooted- is awesome - now since they upgraded me - I cant root it and I have so little internal memory that Im always getting force closes - and apps that can't install. Im reading reviews about KYOCERA HYDRO and Im confused about one thing. Boost says that is is NOT compatable with 4G however, there are reviews out there, including the 4th one here that sez its 4G compat. So. yes or no - what;s the...
root that critter and put CM7 on it. The prevail is actually pretty nice and snappy a perform with CM7 onboard.

or just get an S2. you can get sprint S2's for $150 if you hunt for them.

May 8, 2012, 9:58 AM

So which is it?

In an earlier article you say it is water resistant...now it is full blown water proof???

And yes...there is a HUGE difference.

May 8, 2012, 8:20 AM

I know you probably copy/pasted parts from the Rise hands-on

Since they are very similar, but you missed one change, last paragraph:

"the Rise may be worth a good look."

And to be more than a critic on writing, I think both phones look interesting, but they're definitely niche phones. There's a lot of niches that phone manufacturers in the US seem to be overlooking anymore, so seeing Kyocera step up to the plate is rather refreshing.
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