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The speaker-less Kyocera Urbano Progresso hits Japan May 30

gsmarena.com (1 year and 10 months ago)

May 28, 2012

Kyocera is launching its latest Android smartphone dubbed Urbano Progresso in couple of days in Japan and its key selling point is it lack of speakers. Thanks to its Smart Sonic Receiver tissue-conducting technology, the Ubrano Progresso is able to transmit sound through vibrations when placed next to your ear.This groundbreaking technology is a result of Kyocera's teaming up with... full story

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