10/07/2013, Who would have thought that one of these days, smartphones would have ended up like fashion statements, where there are actually phones released just in time for the winter season to match a drab colored wardrobe? Well, that seems to be the case with KDDI who has just revealed that they will be offering a bunch of new smartphones, with the LG isai leading the way. The LG isai will […]
10/02/2013, [CEATEC 2013] All right, I do know that the Kyocera Torque was released earlier this year, and for folks in the US, this is one handset from Sprint that has gained a reputation to be a tough device, so much so that even TV personality Bear Grylls has endorsed it in an ad campaign. Just to refresh our memories, the Kyocera Torque is a 4G LTE Android powered smartphone that […]
08/29/2013, Kyocera is currently working on what they call “Smart Sonic Sound”, which happens to be a piezo film speaker that was specially developed for everyday consumer electronics devices such as TVs, computers and tablets. This ultra-thin, lightweight (where the medium sized model measures just 1mm thick, or should I say thin, tipping the scales at 7 grams) audio device might actually usher in an age of even slimmer TVs, computers […]
08/28/2013, It was just yesterday when we brought you word that the Kyocera Hydro Elite is set to arrive on Verizon Wireless this 29th of August, 2013, and for those living on the East coast, that time is now. In fact, you can check out the ad above concerning the Kyocera Hydro Elite which will see famed adventurer Bear Grylls unveil the device during his off-air season. I guess having such […]
07/12/2013, The Kyocera Hydro Edge will be arriving on Sprint and Boost Mobile later this month.
05/21/2013, Kyocera announced its new Hydro XTRM will be making its way to U.S. Cellular starting today.
04/26/2013, Are you looking for a possible budget smartphone? If you are, it looks like Kyocera might have a couple of phones headed for Verizon and US Cellular that could be right up your alley. Thanks to @evleaks, two Kyocera devices have been revealed. One of them is called the Kyocera Elite, while the other is known as the Kyocera XTRM. Unfortunately the specs for either device remain unknown at this […]
04/10/2013, Earlier this year, we saw how the Kyocera Torque picked up approval from the folks over at the FCC, before being released to the market from Sprint. In fact, this particular smartphone was meant to be one tough cookie, so much so that it has been touted to survive just about anything (within reasonable means, of course), ranging from drops, shocks, drops, to water and extreme temperatures. Wirefly is offering […]
02/22/2013, Sprint has another smartphone available this time, and it is one tough cookie. So tough, in fact, that it has been advertised to be the handset that Bear Grylls would not mind using, as it was specially built to “survive extreme elements and everyday life.” Yes sir, while the might seem to be one tough cookie on the outside, underneath its belly is actually a soft creature, as this 4G […]
07/23/2012, 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 […]
06/11/2012, If you feel that modern day smartphones are just too fragile for your everyday use, then perhaps you might want to check out the Kyocera DuraXT instead. This is an exclusive smartphone from Sprint, where the Kyocera DuraXT is ideal for those who want a push-to-talk device that is able to withstand the usual knocks and drops, and more. We do know that the Kyocera DuraXT will deliver industry-leading push-to-talk […]
05/28/2012, Technically speaking, it should just be a day before the folks over in Japan have the chance to pick up the Urbano Progresso smartphone from Kyocera. This Android-powered device will also feature the Smart Sonic Receiver tissue-conducting technology, where it is capable of sending audio right into your noggin’ without the need for any external speakers. We did talk about this before, and something like this bit of groundbreaking technology […]
05/16/2012, We did talk about how Kyocera explored the possibility of bone conduction technology being used in smartphones recently after CTIA 2012 concluded, and it did not take too long for Kyocera to make an announcement concerning the first slew of devices which will be relying on this unique form of audio technology – first off with the Kyocera Urbano Progresso and the Kyocera K012 Simple Mobile Phone. These two devices […]
05/08/2012, If you’re a fan of Kyocera and their phones, you might be interested to hear that at CTIA, the Japanese company unveiled two new handsets – the Hydro and the Rise, both of which are entry level devices but will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board. A move which we’re sure will be appreciated by Android users out there who are still waiting on the Android 4.0 […]