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Kyocera rafre: Capable and washable phone

Kyocera rafreLand of the Rising Sun strikes again: Kyocera released the new rafre smartphone with the real surprise hiding - under water.

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Kyocera rafreKyocera rafre is a successor to the orignal Digno rafre, which launched in December 2015 as the world’s first hand-soap-washable smartphone. In addition to resistance against foaming hand soap, the second-generation model possesses resistance to foaming body soap. The product will be available from March 2017 in Japan, and will be offered in Pale Pink, Clear White and Light Blue. Now it is time to search for friends in Asia because this is one of the coolest gadgets we've ever seen.

Kyocera rafreThe new rafre features resistance to hot water and a touchscreen that be can be used even when the user’s hands are wet or when wearing gloves. Furthermore, the new handset is equipped with a special cooking app which allows users to scroll through recipes, set timers and answer calls through hand gestures without having to touch the display. This allows use of the smartphone while users’ hands are coated with cooking ingredients.

Kyocera rafreWith the app, users can carry out various operations through hand gestures without having to touch the display. Simple hand movements allow users to scroll through recipes, set timers and even answer calls without having to touch the device. Kyocera’s propriertary image-processing AINOS Engine enables users to take clear photos in low-light conditions. The camera is also equipped with Phase Detection AF for quick focusing, and Auto HDR which enables automated clear shooting by recreating light and shade in detail.

Kyocera rafreWith a high-capacity, long-life battery, users get peace of mind when away from chargers for a long period of time. Kyocera’s proprietary Smart Sonic Receiver technology uses vibrations to transmit sound to the eardrum via the phone’s display. Users do not need to worry about correctly positioning the device’s speaker hole against the ear, and can also hear sounds (or voices) better even in noisy environments by fully covering the ear with the phone’s display.

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