This is a novelty for all of us european folks, Kyocera has finally decided to step out of the North American market and venture into the European waters.
The Torque will be launched in Germany and France for business users in the coming weeks, but, do not confuse this with the first generation of the Torque that was launched for Sprint a few years ago.
The newest version of the Torque has a striking resemblance to the Brigadier, it is equipped with a 4.7-inch 720p display although this one doesn’t come with sapphire crystal.
Bringing power on board is a Snapdragon 400 with a Quad Core at 1.4GHz and 1GB of RAM, there is an 8MP rear camera with LED and as is usual with Kyocera phone the Torque is IPX5 and IPX8.
Waterproof, dust-proof and shockproof, what should one want more? Well it can also survive temperatures from -21 to 50 degrees Celsius temperatures for 3 hours.
The Torque will be presented at MWC 2015 so we hope to bring you more news about it, especially regarding pricing and availability when the time comes.