Kyocera Rise could be headed Sprint and Virgin Mobile’s way

Thanks to @evleaks (page has since been removed), it has been revealed that a phone dubbed the Kyocera Rise (pictured above) could be headed Sprint’s and Virgin Mobile’s way soon. No word on when we will be seeing the handset nor on how much it will cost, but given its specs it is safe to assume that if you wanted an Android 4.0 phone on the cheap, then perhaps the Kyocera Rise might be a phone worth taking a look at. If this sounds familiar, it is because the Kyocera Rise was announced officially a while back. In case you missed the news, the Kyocera Rise will sport a 3.5” HVGA display, a 1GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 2GB of internal storage, a 3.2MP rear-facing camera and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for those who might favor physical keys over virtual ones. So, any takers?

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