Kyocera Reveals the Human Side of Android with the Kyocera Zio M6000 Smartphone
ha :D it truly is the android related news day :). If they could only
have all these androids combines :). The sprint 3G/4G this screen and(um whats samsung offering? :D lol) I like hte trackball :) they should add it to the iphone xD its hard to scroll though a website with one hand or click a link :)
This phone is sexy I must admit. Too bad Kyocera tends to fail with most of their products. usually they skimp somewhere and this thing will end up having an underpowered processor for Android or something similar.
My brother had a phone made by them that fell apart and had regular problems. He finally bought something else and actually shot his Kyocera phone with his 9mm handgun. It was a hoot.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
I wonder how much Lucas gets for the sale of each phone, for each airing of a commercial and other advertisement? Hopefully he can make enough to bring production of the Clone Wars to the USA !
I love how companies always try to tout how much they try and stand out from other products and how they are trying to produce advanced technology? Lets face it, everyone is trying to replicate the IPhone.
It is interesting that this phone supports H264 and MP4, but seriously why? Most of the time those types of files take up alot of space, and are they really necessary on a 3.5" screen. I would probably be more interested in the next generation watch/phone, or wristband TV/phones, or something along those lines. Now if this thing had an HD camera that could shoot 1080p, so you can create the next blockbuster on your phone? Then it would stand out and be intriguing.
Comparatively, this is a really nice phone. It will probably stand up very nicely against the IPhone. Although with all the other iterations of IPhone like phones coming out. It will be more interesting to see how this plays out on the carrier front. Maybe this will end up being one of those packaged pay-as-you-go phones, or be offered for free with a contract. Then if offered on the right carrier with the right features, we will see who emerges victorious.
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