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  • One the popular complaints of Boost Mobile customers have been the lack of exciting mobile devices to choose from.  Well it looks like those who are taking advantage of Boost’s budget conscious $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan are in store for a few new upgrades from mobile phone developer Kyocera.  The new Sanyo Juno by Kyocera is now going to be available in both impulsive pink and deep blue for the low cost of $99.99, around the same price as the LG KP500.  Juno offers a sense of simplicity with a nice touch of flare to go with its full QWERTY keyboard and large 2.2 inch display screen that makes viewing the phone’s menu icons extremely easy.



    A lack of colors within the Boost Mobile handset catalogue has long been one of the major complaints of Boost Mobile consumers.
    “Juno adds some real fun to Boost’s growing handset lineup as it has the perfect combination of functionality, a sleek look and hot colors,” said Neil Lindsay, chief marketing officer for Boost Mobile. “Paired with the Monthly Unlimited Plan, consumers will get exactly what they crave to meet their talking and texting needs for a low, straightforward price.”
    Some of the other features included with the Juno are:
    · Full QWERTY Keypad
    · Thin design with 2.2” High-Res Color Display
    · 1.3MP Camera with Digital Zoom
    · Dedicated 1-click text & .com keys
    · Wireless Web Email Access
    · Instant Messaging [Capable]
    · Multi-Media & Threaded Text Messaging
    · Bluetooth®
    · GPS & Wireless Web Enabled
    · Voicemail, Caller ID, Call Waiting & Call Forwarding
    · Speakerphone with Voice Recognition
    · Downloadable Games, Wallpapers & Ringtones
    · 600 Entry Phonebook
    · Alarm Clock, Calendar, To Do List, Calculator & Voice-Memo Recorder
    It finally looks like Boost Mobile fans are starting to get some decent phones, in addition to the BlackBerry Curve, from which to choose.  This will surely make their highly desirable $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan all the more successful.



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  • Kyocera has finally decided to enter the Android market by announcing their first Android phone the Zio M6000. The Zio will ship with Android version 1.6. The Zio is a tri-band CDMA EVDO Rev. Which is a handset that supports the 800/1700/1900MHz bands. By utilizing these three bands this makes the Zio compatabile with networks operated by Sprint, Verizon and smaller networks such as Cricket. Other features of the new Android phone by Kyocera include WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. The Zio comes with a 3.5 inch WVGA screen with 800 x 480 pixels. The Zio also features a 3.2 megapixel camera with dedicated camera key and video capture at 30 frames per second. Additional features include a digital compass, accelerometer and support for microSD cards up to 32GB.



    While it is still unknown when any US carriers will offer the Zio it is safe to say that Kyocera is looking to make quite the splash in the Android market. For their first Android phone the Zio is set to be one of the better Android phones on the market. With all of the features that come standard with this particular model the Zio is expected to be a hit in both the US and foreign markets. I am especially excited to check out the digital compass and video capture camera. There are two pretty cool features that most mobile devices do not currently have.


    For their first Android phone it appears as if Kyocera has hit a homerun with the Zio. I will be expecting big things out of them in the future when they learn what more of their consumers are looking for and can incorporate those wishes into newer and more powerful Android phones and for unlocked cell phones.



    This post was posted in General, Smartphones and was tagged with unlocked cell phone, Kyocera, Bluetooth, Android

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