Kyocera E3100

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Kyocera Rio
Manufacturer Kyocera Wireless
Compatible networks CDMA2000
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 105 x 56 x 12.8 mm
Weight 90 g
Removable storage Micro SD
Battery 920 mAh Li-ion
Display 240x320 pixels
External display 2.8 inches
Rear camera 1.3-megapixel
Other Touchscreen, Haptic Touch feedback

The Kyocera E3100, often referred to as the Kyocera Rio, is a touch slate phone from Kyocera with MP3 music player. It was announced at the 2010 CTIA show,[1] where it was said that the launch operator would be Cricket. Features include:[2]

  • LCD resistive touch color display - 240 x 320 pixels - 2.8"
  • Web access: WAP 2.0 Browser
  • GPS Locator
  • Stereo Bluetooth
  • MicroSD card
  • Voice activated dialing

Other technical data:

  • Battery Life: Talk: up to 5.5 hours, Standby: up to 336 hours

Carriers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kyocera RIO (E3100) costs $160 with Cricket, YouMobile
  2. ^ Kyocera E3100 specification