Recently, to be exactly yesterday, the US agency FCC certified another Kyocera device, more precisely the Kyocera KYV32, smartphone that comes in the package with WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, VoLTE and 4G LTE connectivity that offers a 150 Mbps download speed.



While the rest of the specs are unknown for the moment, from the sketch above we can notice a mid-range Android phone that comes with physical control buttons (home, calls and messages), a pretty big screen that could be a 5-inch unit and a rear camera with LED flash.


Also, according to the FCC certification documents, this phone will arrive on the market in this Spring throught KDDI mobile operator in three different color variations: gold, pink and blue. It remains to see what other information we’ll recive about this device next.



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