Stay in touch with family and friends and capture those special moments with this easy-to-use camera flip phone. The Kyocera Clip smartphone offers a simple, easy-to-understand functionality with the convenience of a prepaid plan. It features a VGA camera with a 5x digital zoom, SMS and MMS messaging, a speakerphone with voice recognition, and a 1.8" TFT LCD screen. You don't have to pay for more than you need to with this easy-to-use phone. Talk, text, picture messaging, email and IM are all at your fingertips--and all without breaking the bank. Easy to understand functionality. View larger Grab the Internet and take it with you. Keep in touch with chatting and email from popular Internet services such as Yahoo, AOL, Windows Live, and Gmail. Quickly check the news and weather on the Clip's mobile Opera web browser. Take pictures when you're out and about with the integrated 640 x 480 camera and send picture messages. Connect wireless peripherals such as headsets and earphones using Bluetooth 2.1 for a hands-free experience. And with the benefit of a prepaid payLo plan, there are no contracts to sign and you only pay for the minutes and data you need. Vital Statistics The Kyocera Clip weighs 3.0 ounces and measures 3.7 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches. Its 920 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 250 minutes of talk time, and up to 300 hours of standby time. It runs on Sprint's 3G 800/1900 CDMA/EV-DO Rev. A frequencies. Enjoy 3G speeds on an affordable, easy to use prepaid phone. View larger What's in the Box Kyocera Clip smartphone, li-ion battery, charger, user manual. 1.8" TFT LCD for viewing the web, email, and more 640 x 480 pixel camera with 5x zoom for quick capturing of important moments Enjoy 3G speeds on an affordable prepaid phone Bluetooth 3.0 for connecting wireless peripherals such as headsets and earphones 2.5 mm headset jack for connecting popular cellular headsets Opera Mini mobile web browser for surfing the web Email using popular web services like Yahoo!, Windows Live, and Gmail Google Maps for directions, real-time traffic conditions, and localized search Mobile Search instantly finds news, weather, sports, and more on the web or your phone Speakerphone for a hands-free experience without a headset TTY Support: Yes payLo by Virgin Mobile With payLo by Virgin Mobile, you can pay only for the calling time you use, with no activation fees and no annual contracts. Plans start as low as $20 per month for 400 minutes (5 cents per minute), or you can choose a Basic Rate for 90 days of service at 20 cents per minute. For both plans, text messages are 15 cents each and each MB of data costs $1.50. You can also choose a $30-per-month plan that gets you 1500 minutes (2 cents per minute), 500 text messages, and 10MB of web data included. Pay-as-you-go users can easily Top-Up your payLo account with cash or debit and credit cards. First, buy a Top-Up card at one of the thousands of retailers that carry them; or register your debit card or credit card at the Virgin Mobile USA web site in order to add minutes to your account directly from your phone. Virgin Mobile USA's national coverage is powered by the nationwide Sprint PCS network.
|Warranty Information||1 Year|
|Rear Camera Megapixels||300 Kilopixel|
|Bluetooth Standard||Bluetooth 2.1|
|Cellular Frequency Technology||CDMA2000 1X|CDMA 1900|CDMA 1700|CDMA 800|
|Max Talk Time (Battery)||4.20 Hour|
|Max Standby Time (Battery)||300 Hour|
|Interface Connection||USB Yes|Headphone No|
|Smart Features||Speakerphone|Web Browser|Vibration Alert|Calculator|Voice Memo|Predictive Text Input|Wallpaper|Flight Mode|Voice Recording|Voice Dialing|Hands-free|Speed Dialing|Voice Mail|Screen Saver|
|Phone Carrier||Virgin Mobile|
|Wireless Connectivity||Wi-Fi No|Bluetooth Yes|NFC No|
|Diagonal Screen Size||1.8"|
|Max Resolution||128 x 160|
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