The Zio M6000- Japanese Kyocera’s First Android Phone

Kyocera, a Japanese electronics company is a well known mobile producers in Japan has come up with their all new Zio M600, android based phone which is a tri-band CDMA EVDO Rev and it supports frequency bands like 800/1700/1900MHz. This phone works on Android 1.6. There is a probability that it will be updated with an Android 2.0 platform.
The Kyocera’s Zio M6000 features a 3.5-inch wide screen, capacitive, WVGA screen capable of supporting a very high 800 x 400 pixel resolution, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with A2DP and GPS connectivity, a 3.2 MP camera with a camera key dedicated to take snaps and a multitude of camera options which can record VGA videos at 30 frames/second, audio players, video players. It also has additional features which is different from others like a digital compass, accelerometer, and support for microSD cards up to 32GB and works on Android 1.6 platform.
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There are some features which it has not got, to be the best is that it is a non-touch screen mobile, the platform that it uses is not upgraded one as it uses Android 1.6, and the mobile is usable only in CDMA connection and not on GSM connection.
This phone is well-suited with all connection providers. Kyocera has not yet announced the release date and the cost of the mobile. There is also a probability that this phone may also released with a GSM version of it too, later after this CDMA version achieves its highs.
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