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Kyocera DuraPlus (Sprint) Reviewed on March 26, 2012 Check prices
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Kyocera DuraPlus (Sprint)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.0 stars Good
      Overall score: 6.3 (3.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 1.0 stars out of 6 reviews

The Bottom Line: If looks aren't important, and you want a basic rugged phone that can make good calls and withstand being kicked around and dropped underwater, consider the DuraPlus. But be aware: its clunkiness will give your hand a workout. Read review

Specs: Sprint Nextel, 6.7 oz

Kyocera DuraCore (Sprint) Reviewed on December 2, 2011 Check prices
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Kyocera DuraCore (Sprint)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.0 stars Good
      Overall score: 6.3 (3.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 3.0 stars out of 1 review

The Bottom Line: Up to military specifications, the durable Kyocera DuraCore runs on Sprint's fast Direct Connect push-to-talk network, but those who prefer a camera and a phone they can dunk in water will want the DuraMax. Read review

Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA2000 1X, 5.1 oz

Kyocera Brio - gray (Sprint) Reviewed on October 17, 2011 Check prices
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Kyocera Brio - gray (Sprint)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.0 stars Good
      Overall score: 6.0 (3.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 4.0 stars out of 2 reviews

The Bottom Line: The Kyocera Brio is worth the price you pay for it, but unless you're in the market for a free feature phone with a small screen, QWERTY keyboard, and good call quality, keep on moving. Read review

Specs: Sprint Nextel, 3.7 oz

Kyocera Rise (Sprint) Reviewed on August 24, 2012 Check prices
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Kyocera Rise (Sprint)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.0 stars Good
      Overall score: 6.7 (3.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 reviews

The Bottom Line: The competitively priced Kyocera Rise is fitting for texting enthusiasts looking for a starter smartphone with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Read review

Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA, 5.54 oz, 3.5 in

Kyocera DuraMax (Sprint) Reviewed on November 18, 2011 Check prices
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Kyocera DuraMax (Sprint)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.0 stars Good
      Overall score: 6.7 (3.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 2.0 stars out of 15 reviews

The Bottom Line: The Kyocera DuraMax is a basic but durable handset that offers Direct Connect services over Sprint's faster CDMA network, but a couple of issues will prevent some iDEN customers from making the switch for now. Read review

Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA, Up to 485 min, With digital camera / digital player, 5.1 oz, 2.8 in

Sanyo Vero SCP-3820 - black (Sprint) Reviewed on October 25, 2010 Check prices
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Sanyo Vero SCP-3820 - black (Sprint)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.0 stars Good
      Overall score: 6.6 (3.0 stars)
  • Average user rating: 2.0 stars out of 7 reviews

The Bottom Line: The Sanyo Vero doesn't get the highest call quality marks, but its user-friendly design and functional features make it a decent handset for basic communication. Read review

Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA2000 1X, Up to 312 min, With digital camera, 3.8 oz, 1.3 megapixels, 2.4 in

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