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Apr 6, 2006, 2:48 PM

"upper mid-range"

The flagship Kyocera phone is quite feature packed and still they won't call it a high end phone... what does it take for a phone to be called high end?
only 1.3 Mpx, no Ev-DO, no smartphone, no qwerty......I think it's fair to call it "upper mid-range"......high end would have Ev-DO for sure, and would also prob. have some other high end features like 2+ MPx, or a qwerty keyboard.
The 822? 😕

Note that we don't call it high-end. I have no idea what Kyocera would call it, but I seriously doubt they would consider it a "flagship" in their whole lineup. When I said "flagship" I only meant among those three phones.


Apr 6, 2006, 4:12 PM

Customizeable Flash UI

With flash being what it is, I have a few questions that maybe you (being Rich) or Eric can answer.

1. I remember back when Macromedia and Adobe first sold liscences to be able to use Flash for a UI (thank you guys for the news story). Will any carriers besides VzW be picking it up, or is this another Vdub exclusive?

2. How customizeable is it?

3. Will it allow you to upload your own interfaces or user submitted ones from sites like Newgrounds.com (who is on the forefront of user submitted flash content on the web)?

Apr 6, 2006, 1:17 PM


Nice to see Kyocera's sticking with it. I've always liked OLED screens. Here's hoping the company also keeps up the great designs it's been kicking out lately.
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