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Kyocera launches ruggedized mobile devices Duraforce XD and Duraxe

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Kyoda (Japan) : The communications division of the Japanese multinational electronics and ceramics manufacturer Kyocera recently launched two new rugged mobile devices to complement AT & T’ ruggedized DuraXE feature phone and Kyocera’s DuraForce Smartphone.

The DuraForce XD and its large display are ideal for viewing documents, forms, schedules and other critical information on the job. The DuraXE is a Push-To-Talk device designed for active people who wish to stay connected in tough work environments. Both devices feature dedicated side buttons supporting AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT) existing rugged portfolio.

The new DuraForce XD, a 4G LTE AndroidTM smartphone with a large 5.7-inch high-definition display, and the new ruggedized DuraXE feature phone. The DuraForce XD and its large display are ideal for viewing documents, forms, schedules and other critical information on the job. The DuraXE is a Push-To-Talk device designed for active people who wish to stay connected in tough workingconditions. Both devices feature dedicated side buttons supporting AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT).

Both devices are available in the market for sale. The Kyocera DuraForce XD is as low asUSD 14.97/month. It also is available for USD 49.99 with a two-year wireless service agreement (CRU Only5) and the purchase of AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk.

“Staying in touch and online can be crucial to productivity and profitability. DuraForce XD is designed to combine certified durability in a large-display format at an incredible price,” said Chuck Becher, vice president and general manager of sales and marketing, Kyocera Communications.

“By complementing the existing DuraForce smartphone with the DuraForce XD and DuraXE, we enable AT&T to offer customers a device for multiple applications and the confidence to know it’s built by Kyocera, a recognized name in rugged mobile devices,” added Mr. Becher.

The DuraXE is available for USD 13.50 per month for 20 months, $49.99 with two-year wireless service agreement.

Kyocera Communications, Inc. is a leading supplier of telecommunications equipment, copiers, printers, solar power generating systems, electronic components, semiconductor packages, cutting tools and industrial ceramics. (ANI)

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