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The Good The Kyocera Kona has a compact, easy-to-handle design and an intuitive interface, and it lets you hide certain contacts in your phone book.
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It was like brand new, no skuffs or scratches. The Kona comes with a web browser that allows you to look up directions, check your Twitter, or send an important email.
Kyocera Kona Phone
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On its left are a Micro-USB port and a volume rocker, and the right edge houses a 3. Beneath that is your usual alphanumerical keypad. Product Key Features Storage Capacity.
Carrier Sprint is ok. It is easy to use and has all the basic features that i need, talk and text. The screen shows simple menu icons and text clearly enough, though you can still see some aliasing with certain letters.
We’ve changed, we promise. Good, basic telephone I have had this exact phone for three years and have been happy, so when my Moms’ phone died I replaced it with this phone.
You can choose to hide certain contacts so they don’t appear in your contacts list, too. Views Read Edit View history. Phones Smartphones Basic phones All phones.
Kyocera Kona review: Bare-bones, but a dependable performer – CNET
When it is time to recharge, simply connect the charge pack to the smartphone through the micro USB port. Great little phone Looks almost new. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s The giving season has arrived once again. No charger but seems to work great.
It is reasonably priced, and it performs all that I need it to do. Reading texts and menus are effortless with the oversized-font option. Cellular Cell Phones Without Contract. The Kyocera Kona doesn’t look like kina, but for mobile users seeking a no-muss, no-fuss handset that can perform the basics, this is a phone worth considering.