Only in Japan: Meet the ideal smartphone for HWzone cleaners
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Only in Japan: Meet the ideal smartphone for cleaning addicts

Kyocera introduces the first smartphone not only protected from water but also wants to be washed with soap to make sure it is clean and polished at all times.

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Not every day you encounter gimmicks and unique features in the smartphones world, but Kyocera seems to have succeeded in doing so with A new answer to the strange name of Digno Rafre - described as the first smart device that is safe to wash with soap.

Our smart device screens have long been known as juicy bacterial deposits, which we attach to them daily, and while some manufacturers have tried to offer a solution to this problem with various antimicrobial finishes and coatings - the current solution that allows scrubbing and cleaning the smartphone is probably much more effective The user's own sense of cleanliness.

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Beyond this unique feature, the Digno Rafre is a pretty average intermediate smartphone with an 5-inch screen at 720p resolution, Snapdragon 410 quad-core, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, system LINIPOP 5.1 and a relatively generous 3,000mAh battery. If the IP58 resistance is not enough for water and dust and water-specific resistance at high temperatures up to 43 °, the device also ensures that the MILSTD-810G is capable of hitting and striking various types of missiles, so that, apart from bacteria, falls and blows should not concern the owner.

Not very powerful and also quite expensive (price equivalent to about 420 dollars), but the owner can stay clean over time, and also looks quite interesting
Not very powerful and also quite expensive (price equivalent to about 420 dollars), but the owner can stay clean over time, and also looks quite interesting

The chance to see the new smartphone sold outside of Japan is very small, but we can certainly hope that after the opening of Kyocera here we will see more manufacturers who adapt their devices not only to water in general, but also to wash and clean. This would be a welcome addition, no doubt.

The next step is a smartphone that you can throw into the dishwasher or washing machine?
The next step is That you could throw it in the dishwasher or the washing machine?


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