Kyocera DuraMax

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 112 recensioni su Kyocera DuraMax. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.2/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.1/5 per altri Cellulari. Gli utenti sono impressionati da dimensione e prezzo. In aggiunta, performance e usabilità ottengono buoni commenti. I commenti circa il schermo e il design sono eterogenei e la connettività e la ricezione hanno lamentele.

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Amazon.com review summary for Kyocera DuraMax

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 99 user reviews of Kyocera DuraMax from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on Amazon.com. Reviewers are impressed by the size and performance. The price and durability are also appreciated, whereas many are critical about the reception and design.

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95% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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08/2017

Recensione esperto da: Bonnie Cha (cnet.com)

Kyocera DuraMax (Sprint) review

 

Sprint will be phasing out Nextel's iDEN network in 2013, but that doesn't mean users will be without Direct Connect push-to-talk services or handsets. The carrier is transitioning Direct Connect to its CDMA network, which brings faster data speeds and...

The Kyocera DuraMax offers Direct Connect push-to-talk services on Sprint's faster CDMA network. The handset meets military specifications and feels very sturdy.

Speakerphone volume could be louder. It offers a slow browsing experience. Direct Connect service doesn't work when out of a 3G coverage area.

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.

11/2011

Recensione esperto da: Eric M. Zeman (phonescoop.com)

Review: Kyocera DuraMax for Sprint

 

Kyocera fields one of the first devices using Sprint's new CDMA-based push-to-talk service. Can this new system — and the DuraMax — live up to the solid PTT performance of Sprint's aging iDEN network?

11/2011

Recensione utente da: moshiro367 (cnet.com)

Not worth the headache

 

After reading the initial reviews for this phone on Sprints site and conversing with several associates in store, on-line and via telephone, we decided to purchase the DuraMax for my husband. Big mistake. The phone is unreliable - he will get...

Battery Life Waterproof

Everything else

08/2012

Recensione utente da: atvsparky (cnet.com)

"A Bad Bad phone"

 

It appears that sprint does not value their customers to sell them such a inferior phone and quality. To have only 4 phones that only will allow the use of accept direct connect does not say much for Sprint. Customers who purchase these phones do so...

Battery life was good and external speaker sound quality was also good

Direct connect would not work most of the time. Connects to verizion Towers, numbers stored in the phone useless.

04/2012

Recensione utente da: Daubry1 (cnet.com)

"Not a reliable radio."

 

Workers who had an i576 previously, hate this phone. Unfortunately, it is the only durable option for construction. Some workers will skip the radio and only use the phone for better voice recognition. As mentioned, the phone looks good and the phone...

Good Size. Durable. The phone is the Sprint network as opposed to the iden phone network.

There is not one good thing about the radio. Radio is not user friendly. At times the radio is distorted beyond recognition. Radio times out to quick on incoming calls. AT times the radio is unable to connect to other users.

04/2012

Recensione utente da: Daubry1 (cnet.com)

Not a reliable radio.

 

Workers who had an i576 previously, hate this phone. Unfortunately, it is the only durable option for construction. Some workers will skip the radio and only use the phone for better voice recognition. As mentioned, the phone looks good and the phone...

Good Size. Durable. The phone is the Sprint network as opposed to the iden phone network.

There is not one good thing about the radio. Radio is not user friendly. At times the radio is distorted beyond recognition. Radio times out to quick on incoming calls. AT times the radio is unable to connect to other users.

04/2012

Recensione utente da: kidwatcher (cnet.com)

Worst phone for the working man!

 

STAY AWAY! This phone is marketed for the individual working outdoors. (like construction) However, on a jobsite, you will not be able to hear the caller, and the push to talk feature is at most times not a option due to the terrible service. Bad move...

Phone is right size. Not too small to get lost in jacket pockets, and not too big as to be combersome while using. Buttons are a good size for using with gloves.

The speaker stinks. You cant hear a caller even if you are alone in a empty room. The "push-to-talk" feature is a joke. If by chance you are even able to make contact, the reception is terrible. The battery life is the worst on the market.

03/2012

Recensione utente da: BigPaPi1 (cnet.com)

Good sturdy phone, weak DC. Motorola its not.

 

History list gives you DC history only. You have to select options to get Phone history also. Web browsing is frustrating and not easy on the eyes. Needs to be better than a Motorola phone and it only is sometimes with added frustration. I had this...

Phone works good. Big buttons.

DC is slow to connect, seems to have trouble connecting. Chirp is LOUD. Volume could be louder. Speaker has distortion. Mouth to mic distance is an experiment. Seems to be geared to DC users. See summary.

03/2012

Recensione utente da: tmstriad (cnet.com)

Direct connect useless... Duracor was a little better

 

We had two of these phones sent to us to replace our field techs i576 work phones. Generally, we agree with the above review that all works decent, but if you need to use the direct connect (DC) forget it. The speaker distorts the voice far too much....

guys didn't mind phone features

Speaker and mic are poor - hard to understand DC conversations

02/2012

Recensione utente da: narn3049 (cnet.com)

A good tough phone

 

An extremely tough and durable phone. My friend has this phone and has done pretty much everything to it that you can do to a phone, dropping, spilling water on it, and he even took it down in his pocket tobogganing and it survived all of this. It has...

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