Along with the 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front camera, the DuraForce Pro packs a third "Super Wide View" 1080p action camera. It has its own image processor that gives it slow-mo, sports, action and underwater modes. The 135 degree field of view is similar to dedicated action cams, and Kyocera will eventually release a case that supports GoPro-style mounts. It's pitching the device as superior in some ways to action cams, since it has a hardened, impact-resistant 5-inch 1080p screen to help you better judge shots. It's lacking the 4K resolution of the GoPro Hero 4 and other models, though.
The phone isn't bad spec-wise compared to rivals like the $600 Cat S60, but is no Galaxy S7 killer. It's got a Snapdragon 617 octacore CPU, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a 3,240 mAh QuickCharge 2.0 battery, USB 2.0 and a host of sensors, including NFC, Bluetooth 4.2 and a barometer. For security conscious users and businesses, there's a fingerprint sensor, built-in encryption and Android For Work support. There's no word on price, but expect it to be well north of the standard DuraForce, which is $418 on AT&T.