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Chủ đề: CITA 2012: Kyocera giới thiệu 2 smartphone chạy Android ICS Hydro và Rise

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    CITA 2012: Kyocera giới thiệu 2 smartphone chạy Android ICS Hydro và Rise

    Sau khi khởi đầu tại thị trường Mỹ với dòng điện thoại Android 2 màn hình Kyocera Echo nhận được nhiều sự quan tâm từ người dùng. Hôm qua tại triển lãm CITA Wireless 2012 (sẽ diễn ra tại Mỹ từ ngày 8 – 10.5), hãng Kyocera tiếp tục giới thiệu thêm 2 chiếc điện thoại chạy Android mới nhất của hãng là Kyocera Hydro và Kyocera Rise. Được biết cả hai chiếc điện thoại này đều sử dụng mạng CDMA/EV-DO, chạy hệ điều hành Android 4 ICS với giao diện gốc nhưng không sử dụng nút cảm ứng mà thay vào đó là 4 nút điều khiển cảm biến tương tự. Hiện tại thì vẫn chưa có thông tin về giá bán cũng như nhà bán lẻ và nhà mạng sẽ phân phối sản phẩm này.

    Kyocera Hydro được thiết kế với kích thước 115 x 62 x 12.8 mm và nặng 120g, màn hình IPS LCD 3.5 inch độ phân giải HVGA 480x320p, và dùng chip xử lý Qualcomm MSM8655 Snapdragon tốc độ 1GHz, ROM 2GB, RAM 512MB, bộ nhớ trong 2GB và khe cắm thẻ nhớ mở rộng lên tới 32GB, máy được trang bị pin dung lượng 1.500mAh và sở hữu camera 3.2 MP ở phía sau, hỗ trợ các kết nối Wi-Fi (b/g/n), Stereo Bluetooth (2.1 + EDR). Ngoài ra Kyocera Hydro cũng đạt chứng nhận IPx5 và IPX7 có khả năng chống nước và chịu được áp lực nước ở độ sâu 1m trong vòng 30 phút. Còn Kyocera Rise thì có thiết kế với kích thước 113.0 x 60.5 x 14.3 mm, nặng 158g và có thêm bàn phím QWERTY trượt ngang. Về cấu hình phần cứng của chiếc điện thoại này tương tự như Hydro nhưng được trang bị các công nghệ bảo vệ theo chứng nhận IPx5 và IPX7.

    Kyocera Introduces Hydro And Rise, Android Smartphones Designed To Meet The Demands Of Real Life
    Fully Immersible Hydro Combines Water-Resistant Durability with Sleek Style, While Underserved QWERTY Lovers 'Rise Up' for Convenient QWERTY Keypad

    San Diego - May 08, 2012 - Kyocera Communications, Inc., a San Diego-based provider of Kyocera-branded wireless phones in the Americas, today announced at the CTIA Wireless 2012 trade show two new Android™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) smartphones designed to meet the everyday needs of real life: the waterproof Kyocera Hydro and QWERTY-plus-touchscreen Kyocera Rise.

    Leveraging technology from Kyocera's ruggedized Dura Series and more than four years of experience building water-resistant mobile phones, Kyocera Hydro carries IPx5- and IPx7-level water resistance. Whether caught in a rainstorm or dropped in a sink, Hydro is certified as waterproof against sprayed water (e.g., rain) and immersion in water up to one meter deep for up to 30 minutes. It is Kyocera's first mass-market water-resistant smartphone for the North American market. According to a January study by TNS Global Research, more than 82.5 million handsets in the U.S. have been destroyed by water or moisture.† Additionally, in a recent Wireless Lounge survey 70 percent of consumers indicated they consider water resistance an important feature in their next phones.
    "Kyocera has been making water-resistant devices globally since 2008, ranging from handsets for children to full Mil Spec, ultra-ruggedized devices, and Hydro is our seventeenth so far," said Eric Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of global sales and marketing at Kyocera Communications. "Wireless devices have become so crucial to our everyday lives; their durability must support our lifestyles. Kyocera Hydro combines a sleek, touchscreen design with water resistance to ensure it can withstand the spills and drops of everyday life."

    Kyocera Rise offers the best of both worlds for diehard QWERTY users and feature-phone users looking to move up to a smartphone: an easy-to-use slide-out keypad and a high-resolution touchscreen in an Android 4.0 device. A survey by Yankee Group earlier this year revealed that 69 percent of consumers called a QWERTY keypad a "must have" or "nice to have" feature on their devices.‡
    "For some people, keys ARE the key feature, yet there are very few QWERTY smartphones on the market to meet this demand," said Anderson. "Kyocera Rise is the ideal device for those underserved consumers for whom a touchscreen isn't enough and who demand the familiar tactile feedback of a keypad. With both Hydro and Rise, people have spoken loud and clear about what they want, and we've listened."

    Both Hydro and Rise feature 3.5-inch HVGA capacitive 480x320 IPS LCD touchscreen displays and Swype for rapid text entry. They have MSM8655 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon® processors, 2GB ROM, 512MB RAM memory and support microSD™ memory cards up to 32GB. Each has a 3.2 megapixel camera with an LED flash and a 30 frame-per-second camcorder. On the network side, Hydro and Rise support EV-DO Rev A and 1X Advanced and are enabled with Wi-Fi (b/g/n), Stereo Bluetooth® (2.1 + EDR) wireless technology support and high-speed USB 2.0. They include 3-axis accelerometers, digital compasses, proximity sensors, ambient light sensors and Kyocera's "Eco Mode" software to monitor and conserve battery power.

    Despite its water resistance, Hydro is a trim 4.53 x 2.44 x 0.50 in. and weighs only 4.16 ounces. Rise, with its slide-out QWERTY keypad, measures 4.44 x 2.38 x 0.56 in. (in closed position) and weighs 5.54 oz. Both phones will be available nationally in the second half of 2012.
    Images of Kyocera Hydro and Rise can be found at http://toolkit.kyocera-wireless.com.

    About Kyocera Communications Inc.

    Kyocera Communications Inc. (KCI) is the headquarters for Kyocera- and Sanyo-branded wireless products and accessories in the Americas. The company's devices are driving the convergence of telecommunications, broadband and multimedia. KCI was formed in April 2009 through the combination of Kyocera Wireless Corp. and Kyocera Sanyo Telecommunications Inc., two wholly owned subsidiaries of Kyocera International Inc. The former was created when Kyocera purchased QUALCOMM Incorporated's consumer wireless phone business in 2000, while the latter was formed when Kyocera purchased the wireless phone business of Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. in 2008. Based in San Diego, KCI leverages Japan's history of creating advanced consumer technologies around humanism and respect for the environment and blending them with a Western entrepreneurialism and style, resulting in a unique design language and a natural, user-friendly interface. For more information, please visit Kyocera Communications, Inc.: Cell phones, wireless accessories, and more or follow the company on Facebook at Kyocera Mobile Phones | Facebook.

    Kyocera Corporation (NYSE:KYO)(TOKYO:6971) (KYOCERA GROUP GLOBAL SITE), the parent and global headquarters of the Kyocera Group, was founded in 1959 as a producer of fine ceramics (also known as "advanced ceramics"). By combining these engineered materials with metals and plastics, and integrating them with other technologies, Kyocera has become a leading supplier of telecommunications equipment, printers, copiers, solar power generating systems, electronic components, semiconductor packages, cutting tools and industrial ceramics. During the year ended March 31, 2012, the company's net sales totaled 1.19 trillion yen (approx. USD14.5 billion). The company is ranked #426 on Forbes magazine's 2012 "Global 2000" listing of the world's largest publicly traded companies.
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