Kyocera KY-O1L: phone with size of credit card
While some manufacturers are trying to equip smartphones with the larger displays, others, on the contrary, are eager to make their devices as compact as possible. For those who are tired of wearing a phablet that hardly fits in their hand, Kyocera offered KY-O1L model - a mobile phone the size of a credit card.
With dimensions of 91 × 55 × 5.3 mm and a weight of 47 grams, Kyocera KY-O1L is protected from water splashes according to the IPx2 standard and can be placed in a wallet or business card holder. At the same time, even the camera is absent in the specifications of the device, and the 2.8-inch display shows only black and white image. However, the screen is made of energy-saving technology of electronic paper, so the phone can work even with a small 380 mAh battery.
However, you can't callKyocera KY-O1L real smartphone due to the lack of an store application and the ability to install third-party programs on it.
Despite its apparent simplicity, the device is not cheap. In Japan, its price is stated at the level of 32 000 yen. The start of sales in Japan is scheduled for November.
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