There aren’t a ton of new rugged and durable Android phones launching on a daily basis, so that makes it all the more important to find and identify the best ones. Thankfully, the top 4 phones in our list all launched in 2016, so there’s a fair bit of competition to be had with modern specs and features.
For October’s edition of the best rugged and durable Android phones, Kyocera’s DuraForce Pro makes its debut as it vies for a solid place in the rankings. The device introduces some neat features that we don’t always see on these phones, including dual-rear cameras — one wide angle and one standard — as well as a fingerprint sensor and an activity mounting system.
Is it number one? Is it mid-tier? Is it just not worthy at all? We would hate to spoil it for you, so get on over to October’s list of the best rugged Android phones to see where the Kyocera DuraForce Pro lands!