"The Kyocera Rise is an Android 4.0, QWERTY phone"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
The Kyocera Rise is an Android 4.0, QWERTY phone
The entry and I -- is -- -- -- --
The -- and now I think -- -- -- is narrated fashion scene.
-- victory of -- inch touch screen displaying an -- four -- slide out QWERTY keyboard.
The three G and it wouldn't buy it if I Iowa and it and it's Qualcomm profit and a one point five and our battery.
Which roughly translates to eight hours of recorded --
On the back is -- three megapixel camera with flash and video recording capability.
-- I really liked the look -- -- -- the snapping and dirty and the buttons again and sighed and need to Pratt.
Unfortunately Hansen is on the bulky side it's -- and half an inch -- and -- about a third of account or five point 44 ounces.
That doesn't mean it can't fit into your -- anything but it is something.
It that it I think it's currently available on different for my palate after you sign a two year contract and and --
Again I actually patent happy -- -- if there --
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