Kyocera Rise offers an easy-to-use slide-out keypad and a high-resolution touchscreen running Android 4.0. A survey by Yankee Group earlier this year revealed that 69 percent of consumers called a QWERTY keypad a "must have" or "nice to have" feature on their devices.
Okay you tough guys who work outside in construction, transportation, law enforcement and military there's a Verizon phone for you that withstand extreme wear and tear. he latest model of the Casio G’zOne Ravine 2 works outdoors and out of the country with roaming in 200 countries.
Perfect for the most rough-and-tumble hiking trails, the Casio G’zOne Ravine 2 can withstand and rise above dust and errant sprinkles, and navigate through rough, wet, dry or snowy terrain. The news release says "Obnoxious shocks are seemingly a thing of the past with this heavy-duty phone." We were shocked by that statement.
The Casio G’zOne Ravine 2 phone meets Military Standards 810G for immersion, water, shock and dust resistant, vibration, salt fog, humidity, solar radiation, altitude and low and high temperature storage.
Features of the Kyocera DuraCore include 2" screen, a non-camera option, Bluetooth, GPS, Sprint Family locator, SMS /MMS and 1360mAh battery. The news release claims that it has a robust, bi-directional speakerphone.