Kyocera QCP-6035 Specs

9.2

Description

This CDMA, PalmOS powered phone features speakerphone, web capabilities, voice recording, voice dialing and touch screen with stylus-based navigation.

Cons

  • Lacks a camera on the back
  • The touchscreen uses resistive technology, which is not responsive
  • Thick body (0.86 inches)
I want it 1 user
I have it 0 users
I had it 4 users

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Hardware

OS: Palm OS
Device type: Smartphone

Battery

Type: Li - Ion, User replaceable
Dimensions: 5.60 x 2.50 x 0.86 inches (142 x 64 x 22 mm)
Weight: 7.34 oz (208.0 g)
Features: Numeric keypad

Cellular

AMPS: 800 MHz

Connectivity & Features

Other: Computer sync, Infrared

Phone features

Notifications: Vibration, Speakerphone
Other features: Voice dialing, Voice recording

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
Date approved: Oct 18, 2000
FCC ID value: OVFQCP-6035
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Carrier Availability

Discontinued

Verizon

User Reviews

Overall User Rating
Build quality
10
Camera quality
10
Performance
10
Display
10
Battery life and charging
10
Rating breakdown (out of 10)
10
The ORIGINAL smartphone
Phone owned for more than a year

This device was the FIRST smartphone EVER! I can't believe that you have it listed with NO Pro points, and a long list of Cons.

In fact the Cons listed only make sense when you put them it the context of phone features that came out nearly a decade later!

Try to keep in mind that the very first iPhone didn't ship until 2007 and this device shipped in 2000!

Show a little more respect.

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7.7
Sad to have to retire
Phone owned for

I got this phone in 2001 (I think, it's been a while) so that I could have a cell phone and palm without having to carry two devices. I liked it better than the other palm phones out there at the time.

It has served me well over the years. I am only NOW (2009) replacing it because I've dropped it one too many times and it doesn't always connect, sometimes dials without my permission, and other funky things.

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9.8
Last of the Husky's
Phone owned for

This might had been one thick phone, but it was very advanced at the same time and the best smarphone I got to use even if it was for s hort time back then.. Very unique, simple to use, and with awesome reception...

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