The Torque is Kyocera’s new ruggedized Android smartphone and it is arriving to the Sprint’s network. Apparently, FCC has given the Japanese company a green light for an official distribution to the US market.
Unfortunately, it isn’t possible to know much more about the Torque (E6710) as no details about its processor model, screen resolution and display. It appears, the device is pretty well covered in terms of connectivity options as it includes GPS, WiFi, NFC and 4G LTE support on board. There are a couple of metal terminals on the back, which may indicate the optional availability of a dock.
The main rear camera is equipped with LED flash and there’s also a front-facing snapper. Based on these details, the Kyocera Torque might be a ruggedized mid-range Android smartphone, which means it will arrive using Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) instead of Jelly Bean. The phone will soon join Sprint’s lineup and it should be reasonably priced.