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FCC Reveals Water-Resistant Kyocera C6750 for Verizon

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Jul 19, 2013, 7:26 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jul 19, 2013, 7:29 AM

Documents seen on the Federal Communications Commission web site provide a few details about the Kyocera C6750, a monoblock device that supports the spectrum bands used by Verizon Wireless. According to the FCC, the C6750 is a world phone, too, as it supports GSM/WCDMA 850/1900 in addition to Verizon's CDMA and LTE frequencies. The FCC also confirms the presence of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Photos of the device show a slab-style smartphone that includes a camera with flash and a microUSB port. The draft user manual suggests that the C6750 is water resistant, a feature that Kyocera has added to a handful of its smartphones this year under the "Hydro" brand. Some of the internal photos clearly show gaskets, which would help prevent water intrusion. The FCC did not confirm what operating system the C6750 runs, but referred to it s a "PDA phone." Neither Verizon nor Kyocera have announced the C6750.


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Jul 20, 2013, 12:09 AM

GSM/WCDMA 850/1900

850/1900 means compatibility with other GSM carriers in the Americas, but hardly makes this a "world phone".
Actually, yes, technically, because those bands are for Latin and South America. And in practice, it's almost certainly a world phone also for Europe and Asia.

The only Verizon phones ever with any kind of GSM functionality have been full wo...

Jul 19, 2013, 10:47 PM

A "PDA" phone?

It's good to be back in the 90s! Maybe music will become good again!
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