Top 6 Best Kyocera Cell Phones 2018

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6 models are in our best Kyocera phones as of February 2018 list, starting with the Kyocera DuraXE and the Hydro AIR. Other best Kyocera models include the Rally and their Kyocera Hydro Wave.

Kyocera stands as a smaller mobile phone manufacturer focusing mostly on simple models.

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#1. The Kyocera DuraXE

Kyocera DuraXE picture.
Average Rating:
84%


Description:

This 1500mAh-powered flip phone comes with a 5-megapixel camera (with flash) and LTE (4G) connectivity. This LTE-capable flip phone from Kyocera, the DuraXE, is powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core processor (1GB RAM) and is armed with a shock- and water-resistant shell...

Key features:

  • 5-megapixel camera
  • 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8909 CPU
  • 2.6-inch TFT display
  • Special features: Certified Non-incendive, Class I, Division 2, Groups A-D, T4

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#2. The Kyocera Hydro AIR

Kyocera Hydro AIR picture.
Average Rating:
63%


Description:

The 5-inch Hydro AIR breezes into the rugged Android market with its water- and shockproof shell as well as wet-screen operation support. The Hydro AIR is an October 2015 update to Kyocera's rugged Android lineup, sporting a waterproof, dust-tight, and shock-resistant body...

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#3. The Kyocera Rally

A picture of the Kyocera Rally.
Average Rating:
76%


Description:

The Rally's VGA camera, 32GB microSD socket, and 760mAh battery makes it a very low-key addition to Kyocera's mobile phone division. Running on the Qualcomm QSC 6270 processor and Brew MP, the Kyocera Rally is a low-key voice phone offering a 1.8-inch display, a classic alphanumeric keypad (separated keys) and basic mobile internet...

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#4. The Kyocera Hydro Wave

Kyocera Hydro Wave picture.
Average Rating:
58%


Description:

Kyocera's Hydro Wave is a starter-class 5-inch Android whose features include a rugged case, a 5-megapixel camera, and the Core Home mode for feature phone operation. Kyocera's 4G Hydro Wave crashes onto entry-level rugged shores, rocking a 5-inch qHD IPS screen and a 1.2GHz quad-core engine...

What We Like:

  • Being able to go back to a feature phone interface (via Core Home) might be a big help for first time Android users
  • Water- and dust-proofing are recurring themes among many Kyocera models

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#5. The Kyocera DuraXV Plus

Photo of the Kyocera DuraXV Plus.
Average Rating:
68%


Description:

A craggy phone mainly for extreme workplaces, the DuraXV+ offers an impact-resistant shell and Kyocera's Smart Sonic audio technology. Kyocera's DuraXV+ is a massive clamshell phone (25.1mm depth, 160g weight) equipped with several trademark specs from the brand, among which are an IP68- and MIL-810G-certified casing (for shock- and waterproofing), a Push-to-Talk Plus feature with a dedicated button, and the Smart Sonic Receiver in-call audio technology...

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#6. The Kyocera Hydro Reach

A picture of the Kyocera Hydro Reach.
Average Rating:
50%


Description:

Part of Kyocera's waterproof Hydro smartphone family, the Reach features 4G LTE connectivity, the MaxiMZR power-saving technology (2160mAh battery), and a 5-inch qHD display. Although it does not quite reach a middle-class Android classification, the 2016 Hydro Reach's waterproof casing, wet-screen operation support, and MaxiMZR-equipped (for power-saving) 2160mAh battery give it a noticeable edge over most other low-end smartphones...

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