The Kyocera Echo, to be sold exclusively through Sprint, is the only Google Android smartphone that comes with two touchscreen displays.more →
You have a lot of options when it comes to choosing the right Android phone, but Kyocera may not necessarily be the first name to comes to mind. Even so, Sprint subscribers will soon have another Google-y alternative in the form of the Kyocera Echo.more →
Are you planning on visiting beautiful beaches and hitting up some waves? If so, it might be worthwhile to take a look at the new Sanyo Xacti VPC-CA102YL waterproof camcorder.more →
I haven’t seen a new Kyocera phone for some time, but it seems that the Japanese company is still around and kicking. The newest phone doesn’t carry direct Kyocera branding, per se, but it is the Sanyo Juno by Kyocera and it’s heading to Boost Mobile.
From what I can see, the Juno is not a smartphone. Instead, it’s another one of those QWERTY-packing messaging phones designed for texting enthusiasts and other people who can’t be bothered with full smartphone functionality.more →
We’ve seen no shortage of pocket camcorders on the market, but only a select few have the ability to take still photographs too. Giving you that much-needed double functionality are three new Sanyo dual cameras: VPC-GH2, VPC-CG102, and VPC-CG20.more →
You could be getting pretty excited about a new BlackBerry or maybe the HTC Hero, but Sprint has a more mainstream offering for those of you who don’t want a smartphone. The Sanyo Incognito SCP-6760 may look like a fairly standard phone, but it comes with a couple of highlights that buck the trend just […]more →