Smartphone Kyocera Rafre can be washed with soap and hot water

At the end of 2015 the Japanese company Kyocera Digno released Rafre — the world’s first smartphone that can be washed with soap under running water. Apparently, the gadget proved very popular, and now the manufacturer has decided to release a new model Kyocera Rafre (KYV40).

At the end of 2015 the Japanese company Kyocera Digno released Rafre — the world’s first smartphone that can be washed with soap under running water. Apparently, the gadget proved very popular, and now the manufacturer has decided to release a new model Kyocera Rafre (KYV40). Camera with protection class IP58 fully complies with military standard MIL-STD-810G and passed an additional test on resistance to hot water.
What’s inside

In terms of the characteristics of Kyocera Rafre stars in the sky is not enough. The smartphone is equipped with a 5-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280×720, which adequately responds to the touch of wet fingers. Inside is a Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 430, memory 2 GB built-in hard drive holds 16 GB plus microSD slot. Main camera 13 megapixel, front module 5 megapixel. For autonomy responsible battery 3000 mAh. Instead of speaker system is used the transmission of sound by vibration of the glass faceplate.

New running the Android operating system 7.0 Nougat. The company has added the app with recipes that are scrolled with a gesture of the hand above the screen. Similarly, you can answer calls. Another interesting feature of the firmware — when the alarm goes off, the screen displays the weather forecast for the day.
Only for Japan

The model is aimed at the Japanese market, the emergence of Kyocera Rafre in other countries should not count. Smartphone sales will begin in March of this year, price not yet announced, but the predecessor cost about $500. Will be available in pink, white and blue version.

Source: Kyocera