We don’t take sapphire claims lightly around these parts. When Kyocera announced their DuraForce Pro 2, with a full sapphire covered display and back camera. I knew i had to get my hands on one. Is Kyocera using real sapphire crystal to protect the display? or did they use the same Apple Junk Sapphire that’s found on the iPhones and iPads? The only way to find out is with a durability test. We’ll start by taking the Kyocera Duraforce Pro 2 and put it through a scratch, burn, and bend test.
Do you think all phones should start using Sapphire? Let me know in the comments.
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