Kyocera Digno Rafre is the world’s first hand soap washable smartphone
Kyocera recently announced the world’s first hand soap washable smartphone that runs Android 5.1 out of the box. It’s called Digno Rafre.
The Digno Rafre, in addition to being shock, dust and water resistant, has a scratch-healing material on the back. No matter how you make this phone dirty, you can always wash it with hand soap to retain its beauty.
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As for the hardware, the Digno Rafre sports a 5-inch 720p screen, coupled with an undisclosed processor and 2GB of RAM. The rear camera reads 13-megapixel in measurement, while the front unit sets at just 2-megapixel.
On board storage mounts 16GB with an additional space up to 128GB via microSD. The handset will be available in Coral Pink, Cashmere White, and Marine Navy color options.
The Digno Rafre will launch on December 11 in Japan for JPY 57,420. No word on international availability yet.
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