Besides its affordable price-tag, the handset stands out with its slide-out QWERTY keyboard and Android 4.0 OS.
Sprint sees the Kyocera Rise as a great entry-level smartphone for first-time smartphone users, teens, tweens, or simply anyone who seeks a feature-rich phone at an affordable price. In addition to the QWERTY keyboard, with the Rise, users are also getting a 3.5" IPS LCD with the low resolution of 320x480 pixels. The device is powered by a 1GHz single-core processor, which is nowhere near today's quad-core beasts, but you can't expect cutting edge technology from a device this cheap.
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