Review: Kyocera DuraForce for AT&T
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Yes, for the DuraForce, press the power button and the volume down button at the same time for screen captures.
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Did you do any other durability tests other than stick it in the snow? Any drops? Step on it? etc..
The DuraForce meets mil-spec 810g for protection against abuse and IP68 for protection against water and dust. You can be pretty cruel to the phone and not worry. I dropped the phone, buried it in snow, left it out over...
Em, still a good review. I'll check this phone out in person. Kudos.
Time will tell
Our Torques have been unbelievably buggy since day one. For the first few months, they were a constant problem, just barely usable. They finally got the firmware updates to where the phones are usable, but they are still noticeably buggy, especially compared to my wife's iPhone4, which has had zero problems.
We do love the volume & clarity of the Smart Sonic front face in lieu of conventional speakers. For the Smart Sonic feature I give the Torque an A+, but for overall user experience, I give ours a C-minus.
We go off-contract next month, and we can't wait to be rid of the Torques. The Torque had a lot of potential, but the constant bugs and lack of r...
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