Kyocera DuraXT continued its predecessor DuraMax, DuraCore and DuraPlus that work on Sprint's CDMA based spectrum and support PTT (Push to Talk) "walkie-talkie" features based on CDMA network (Direct Connect network). Just like its brothers, Kyocera DuraXT E4277 comes as the rugged cellphone with flip / clamshell model and has all the MIL-STD810 certification designed for outdoor usage and extreme conditions and even claimed to be able to survive in the water to a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes. Of course no doubt Kyocera DuraXT can help field work such as firefighters, construction workers, security personnel, labor organizer and such events.
Kyocera E4277 DuraXT CDMA specs:
Data: CDMA 20001x
Model: Rugged phone with flip/clamshell form factor
Display: 2-inch 240 x 320 px TFT
External display: 1 inch 96x94px
Camera: 3 mp, video recording
Memory: MicroSD up to 32 GB (1 GB installed)
Connectivity: bluetooth, MicroUSB
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email
Dimensions: 4.00 x 2.11 x 1.12
Battery: 1360mAh, 8 h talk time
Others: Alarm, Vibration, Calendar, predictive text, Loudspeaker, MIL-STD-810 certification, 2.5mm audio jack, automatic speech recognition, bluetooth-based bar-code scanner,
The Kyocera DuraXT E4277 is available with Sprint since Jun 10, 2012 for $69.99 with a two-year agreement after a $50 rebate. In this post : DuraMax , DuraCore and DuraPlus.