We’ve gotten word from the guys over at BusinessWire that Kyocera has launched an Android developer program, aimed specifically at app development for their Echo device that we saw back in February. They’re claiming that they already have some major Android developers on board (although they’re not naming any names), and are looking for more.
Sprint has put together a trio of videos to give viewers a front-row seat to their Kyocera Echo announcement from earlier in the week. If you haven’t had a chance to learn about the device yet, now’s your chance!
I have been of a mind since I started writing that there is a purpose for each Android phone that has been made to date; that there are those who
The above video shows the newly announced Kyocera Echo Android powered smartphone from Sprint. It is an interesting concept, a phone that can turn into a “tablet like device” and back. There are a lot of unanswered questions about the Echo, such as battery life for a dual screen device, which are sure to be answered as we get closer to release this Spring.
What an incredible week for Android announcements! After seeing seven devices from Motorola yesterday, the momentum continues with three more phones headed for Sprint. The boys and girls running the Now Network just officially unveiled the Sanyo Zio, Samsung Transform, and LG Optimus S. We’ve briefly touched on each one of these over the last few day but we’ll give you the details once again.
Attention Android fans: The Sanyno Zio from Kyocera is now available from Cricket Wireless. The Zio is the first Android phone available to Cricket Wireless customers and features a 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen,
Cricket wireless, long-time leader offering no-contract/credit check wireless plans, has added Android to its roster with the Sanyo ZIO by Kyocera. According to businesswire, this phone is said to be available this fall, and is included in the unlimited usage plans that Cricket Wireless offers.
Kyocera unveiled their Zio M600 over two months ago at CTIA yet we’re still waiting to hear which carrier will be offering the device. The last time we checked in,
Handset maker Kyocera was in Las Vegas last week to show off their new Android-based Zio M6000. Touted as a mass-market device for first-time smart phone buyers, it’s rumored to
Following the saying “The more the merrier,” I am pleased to announce that Kyocera revealed the launch of a new Kyocera (and Sanyo) branded Android device at CTIA 2010 today. The Kyocera
There doesn’t seem to be a shortage of Android news any longer!Â After going months with little to report on, action packed weeks like this one are what we’ve been
Founding Open Handset Alliance member, Wind River, has announced a commercial software solution package for handset makers and mobile carriers who plan to develop Android-based devices and services. Wind River