The third- largest U.S. wireless carrier Sprint will soon add up another Kyocera Android smartphone to its lineup. The official announcement will be made at an event in New York tomorrow, reported Bloomberg quoting a person who is familiar with the companies’ plans.
The device, known as Echo, will run on Android, while other details are still unknown. Kyocera, based in Kyoto, Japan, makes telecommunications equipment, liquid crystal displays and semiconductors.
Kyocera also sells Sanyo Zio on Sprint. It is a mid-range Android phone and comes with a 3.5-inch WVGA touchscreen, Android 2.1, 3.2MP camera, 512MB of internal memory and a 2GB micro-SD card.