This is a rugged device that's resistant to drops, dust, and water. It can survive 30minutes under water; it's the world's first rugged smartphone to pack a "super wide view" action camera. It has a 135-degree action camera that can shoot 1080p video in pretty much any conditions (including underwater, and in slow motion).
It is called Duraforce Pro.
It’s IP68-certified (it can survive under water for half an hour, up to 2 meters deep), and meets the Military Standard 810G, thus being protected against various dangers, including shock, vibration, temperature extremes, low pressure, solar radiation, humidity, and icing/freezing rain.
Duraforce Pro is a decent mid-range smartphone. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, sports a 5-inch impact-resistant 1080p display, and is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor. Other features include LTE connectivity, fingerprint scanner (embedded in the power button), 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of expandable storage space, and a pretty generous 3240 mAh battery (with wireless charging support). There's also a 5 MP camera on the front.
Kyocera announced this rugged device called Duraforce Pro yesterday and will be available in the US beginning from next months.
If you are to pick something like this for personal use, how much will you pick it?