Kyocera Dingo S LTE smartphone compatible with KDDI
There’s a new LTE enabled smartphone coming out of the Kyocrea camp that is especially for the Japanese market, and that smartphone is called the Kyocera Dingo S, and the Dingo S smartphone has now been released with compatibility with KDDI’s recently launched 4G LTE network.
The new that the Dingo S smartphone has been released in Japan was announced by Kyocera, and for those in Japan the handset is an Android Ice Cream Sandwich handset and features Kyocera’s propriety Smart Sonic Receiver tissue-conduction tech.
The Kyocera Dingo S comes sporting a 5.7-inch HD touch screen along with an 8 megapixel auto-focus rear facing camera and a 1.2 megapixel front facing snapper, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, microSD expansion up to 64GB, and a 1.5GHz MSM8960 dual core processor, and that 4G LTE connectivity of course.
The Android smartphone measures 134 x 66 x 10.8mm although is 11.6mm at its thickest part, and weighs in at 157 grams, and a 2520mAh battery that is said to offer up to 1110 minutes of talk time, up to 720 hours of 3G and up to 580 hours of LTE standby time.
Furthermore when you purchase the Kyocera Dingo S the handset comes with a battery charging dock and AC adaptor that apparently applies 2.7x more electrical current than conventional models, meaning the smartphone battery can be charged from 0 to 50 percent in 30-minutes and 80 percent in an hour.
The Kyocera Dingo S smartphone will be available in black, white and pink options, but as yet there is no word on just how much the Kyocera Dingo S will cost the customer.