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CTIA 2010. Kyocera
For a few years now Kyocera is making CDMA phones only. The company enjoys good market presence in Japan and currently is represented in the US by smaller CDMA carriers line MetroPCS, US Cellular, etc.
The single major announcement at this show was the first Android phone for Kyocera. The Zio runs Android 1.6 (the company says it will be upgraded later) and is expected to cost between $169 and $210. Later, Cricket Wireless confirmed that it will be released on its prepaid network. At this price is will work even though the phone felt a little slow in its responses. Of course, it was a preproduction prototype, so we can’t judge it now.
According to Kyocera, Cricket may not be the first, but rather the second network to launch the device. They refused to say more. Kyocera also displayed three concept phones as well as its line of Kyocera and Sanyo branded phones, but no surprises there.
Michael Savuskan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Published 25 March 2010
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