If anyone needed any more evidence that Android wasn't created exclusively for us power users who insist on having the latest and greatest, Sprint's latest announcements should be enough to convince even the most doubtful - the nation's third largest carrier just announced three new Android budget Android devices: the LG Optimus S, the Sanyo Zio, and the Samsung Transform. The first of those three devices will go on sale starting October 31, while the latter two will be available from October 10 forward. Read More
Assuming this leaked image is real, Sprint has got two new Android devices in store for its customers, although one of them is hardly new at all: the Kyocera Zio, which will be branded as the Sanyo Zio, and the Samsung Transform, which appears to be another Android device, perhaps even from the Galaxy S series.
The Zio probably won't fire anybody up; it was announced last March, and even then it was considered a mid-range phone. Read More
Fresh off the press, i.e. the first day of the CTIA Wireless 2010 trade show, Kyocera announced its return into the smartphone business with, as you already guessed, a new Android device - the Zio M6000.
Here are the specs at a glance:
- 3.5" WVGA screen, motion-enhanced (huh?)
- 3.2MP camera (meh)
- 256MB internal memory (is this storage or RAM?)
- virtual keyboard
- ambient light sensor, accelerometer, WiFi, and all the standard Android business
No word on the CPU type and frequency, included memory card size, supported carriers (though it was clarified to be CDMA. Read More