It looks as though the folks over at Kyocera are working to test out the European market – which means concentrating on a different continent from that of North America. In fact, we have received word that Kyocera intends to roll out its Kyocera Torque handset over in Germany and France, targeting those who are involved in the business world – and this is set to happen in the coming weeks.
Of course, one ought not to confuse this particular handset with that of the first generation Kyocera Torque, which was launched over on Sprint some time back, as the most recent Torque model for the European market would look very much like the Kyocera Brigadier, which is a whole lot newer.
Having said that, just what kind of hardware specifications do you think we are able to obtain with the Kyocera Torque? For starters, it will arrive with a 4.5″ 720p display, although you might want to be more gentle with this puppy, especially when one takes into consideration the missing sapphire crystal display. Underneath the hood of the Kyocera Torque would be a Snapdragon 400 chipset alongside a quad-core 1.4GHz Cortex-A7 CPU and 1GB RAM. Located right at the back would be an 8MP shooter with an LED flash, and in terms of its durability, there is nothing much to worry about since we are looking at the Kyocera Torque being IPX5 and IPX8 rated – which means it is not only waterproof, but also dust- and shockproof to boot, being able to handle extreme temperatures -21 to 50 degrees Celsius for 3 hours.