Kyocera Zio M6000 Android based Smartphone Announced

Kyocera have unveiled a new Android powered smartphone called the Kyocera Zio M6000.

The Zio M6000 has a 3.5 inch capacitive touchscreen, a trackball for navigation and also has a 3.2 megapixel camera. The handset is compatible with CDMA2000 1x EVDO Rev A networks. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi that can connect to 802.11b/g networks. A Bluetooth chip can also be found in the phone.

The battery has a capacity of 1130mAh and is good for about 6 hours of talk time, 432 hours of standby, 4 hours of Wi-fi browsing and about 3.5 hours of browsing over a CDMA network.

The phone has 256MB of memory and can be increased by a further 32GB via a microSD card slot if desired.

It isn’t clear what Android version is installed on the device although the Zio M6000 will run Google Maps Navigation which requires at least version 1.6 to run… Hopefully it is running at least 2.0 though to keep up with the time.

Overall it looks like an impressive smartphone and well worth looking at should you need a new Android based handset and want to keep away from the big players such as HTC.

No availability dates or pricing information is known at the moment, but as soon as it is we’ll post an update. More details can be found over here.

Via: SlashGear

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