Kyocera DuraMax User Manual Guide by Sprint

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Download online free Kyocera DuraMax User Manual Guide by Sprint. Kyocera DuraMax is another CDMA phone from Kycocera. The Kyocera DuraMax offers Direct Connect push-to-talk services on Sprint’s faster CDMA network. The DuraMax is a rugged handset, it meets Military Standard 810G, so it’s resistant to dust, shock, vibration, humidity, and more.

Kyocera DuraMax measures 4 inches tall by 2.1 inches wide by 0.1 inch thick and 5.1 ounces. This flip phone has sturdy construction. The DuraMax’s alphanumeric keypad and navigation controls are easy to use. This phone also applies to the Direct Connect button and volume rocker on the left spine. In addition to the Direct Connect and volume controls, there is also a Micro-USB port on the left side and 2.5mm headset jack on the right spine which are protected by a cover.

Here we provide Kyocera DuraMax User Manual Guide by Sprint for free download.

On the front, Kyocera DuraMax boasts 1-inch monochrome (96×64 pixels) external display. Inside, the internal color display measures 2 inches diagonally with a 240×320-pixel resolution. It’s bright and clear to show menus.

The Kyocera DuraMax is the one of the first handsets to support Sprint’s next-generation Direct Connect push-to-talk service. The new Direct Connect platform works on Sprint’s 3G CDMA network and allows for faster data speeds compared with the current Nextel iDEN network. Sprint packages the Kyocera DuraMax with an AC adapter, a preinstalled 1GB microSD card and card adapter, and a travel charger. Complete the equipment by download the Kyocera DuraMax User Manual Guide by Sprint below.

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