Kyocera is a name that doesn’t make many waves anymore. The company used to be well-known for creating unique smartphone designs, but when those didn’t catch on, Kyocera found its niche with durable, ruggedized phones. The company’s latest creation is the DuraForce PRO, which touts durability and a built-in wide angle action camera, saving customers ... Read More »
AT&T has officially announced the Kyocera Hydro SHORE, bringing a new device to its GoPhone lineup.
The Hydro SHORE will exclusively available at Walmart and will retail for only $79.99. As far as specifications go, the Hydro SHORE boasts a 5-inch display, and there’s a 1.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon professor under the hood, coupled with 1GB ... Read More »
Some folks like to start their week with a nice cup of coffee or a nice, warm cinnamon roll. Sprint does things a little differently. The company is kicking off its new week by announcing a new Android smartphone.
After reviewing the best unlocked Android phones for every budget last week, we found that choices were slim when you dipped below $100. You can pretty much expect an outdated version of Android, slow processor, and tiny display when you are looking for a budget smartphone.
Today Sprint announced the Kyocera Rise, which is clearly ... Read More »
As expected, Sprint and Kyocera just officially announced the Echo, the world’s first dual-touchscreen smartphone. The device’s most notable feature is its dual 3.5 inch touchscreen displays, which are connected with a patent-pending “pivot hinge” to produce a 4.7 inch screen (800 x 960 resolution when opened).
Sprint will begin selling the phone this spring ... Read More »
If you want to experience Android but can’t afford a high-end phone and their expensive data plans, then the Cricket Zio may be the device for you. This entry-level Android phone is selling for only $229 online and comes with a $55 per month unlimited everything plan.
The Zio is an mid-range Android phone and ... Read More »