Kyocera Zio M6000

The Zio has a standard candy bar design with a 3.5-inch touch screen. It has three customizable home screens and the Android pull-tab at the bottom of the display calls up the menu. Below the display are a navigation trackball, four touch controls, and the Talk and End/power buttons.
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The phone's main menu is classic Android. The Zio runs Android OS 1.6.
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Kyocera didn't customize the Android virtual keyboard. Thanks to the Zio's accelerometer, the keyboard changes to a landscape orientation when you rotate the phone.
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The camera lens and a speaker sit on the rear face the Zio.
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The Zio has a trim profile. The camera shutter sits on the right spine.
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The phone dialer interface also will be recognizable to Android veterans.
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