The Kyocera Hydro Icon has just been launched by Boost Mobile to its lineup of midrange devices. The smartphone costs $149.99 without a contract and will...

Sprint and Virgin Mobile have just taken the wraps off the new Kyocera Hydro Vibe, which is a water resistant budget offering with a capable hardware...

You know how smartphone manufacturers always like to flaunt the way their latest, proudest, costliest “high-end products” cater to the needs of “power...

The Kyocera Hydro XTRM was announced at the CTIA event earlier this year. And after making its way to U.S. Cellular, the smartphone is now available through MetroPCS as well. The prepaid carrier charges a decent $169 for the handset without contract which is quite decent for a smartphone of its caliber. Like other smartphones in the Hydro series, the Hydro XTRM too comes...

Verizon Wireless has announced the arrival of the new Kyocera Hydro Elite smartphone as a decent midrange offering. The smartphone features IPX5 and IPX7...

Boost Mobile and Sprint have announced the launch dates of the Kyocera Hydro Edge smartphone in the U.S. Sprint will have the smartphone in stores on...

Kyocera might not be a popular name in the Android market but the company has been releasing several good smartphones for Sprint. Over at CTIA 2013 the...

When it comes to innovations in the smartphone industry chances are you won’t think of the name Kyocera. What will probably pop up in your mind is Samsung, Motorola, LG or even Nokia. Who would have thought that Kyocera has some interesting ideas up its sleeve?  This multi-national company which is based in Japan showcased some interesting smartphone prototypes at the...