Kyocera E6710 Torque passes through FCC en route to Sprint

Kyocera E6710 Torque passes through FCC en route to Sprint

kyocera_torque_wmk720A Kyocera E6710 ‘Torque’ recently passed through the FCC, tipping  one of Sprint’s next 4G LTE smartphones. Details thus far are somewhat scarce, but are reported to include NFC, a pair of cameras, and an overall rugged design. Looking at the photo, the Torque appears to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and offer a display with a resolution in the vicinity of 800 x 480 pixels.

Kyocera models are typically less expensive devices for consumers so we expect that this will be the same for the Torque. Will you line up around the block for a rugged 4G LTE smartphone from Sprint?

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