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Kyocera C4700

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Kyocera C4700

Kyocera C4700
Manufacturer Kyocera Wireless
Compatible networks GSM, UMTS
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 111.6 x 59.6 x 13.2 mm
Weight 103 g
Operating system Smarterphone OS 2.4
Removable storage Micro SD
Battery 1030 mAh Li-ion
Data inputs Predictive, multitap
Display 240x320 pixels
External display 2.8 inches
Rear camera 2.0-megapixel
Other Touchscreen, Haptic Touch feedback

The Kyocera C4700, also referred to as the Kyocera Cabo, is a touch slate phone from Kyocera with support for social media. It was shown first at the Expo Comm Wireless Japan 2011 show in Tokyo. Features include:[1]

Other technical data:

  • Battery life: Talk: up to 4 hours, Standby: up to 400 hours on GSM, 350 hours on UMTS
  • Bands: UMTS: 850/1900 MHz, GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz



  1. ^ Kyocera C4700 specification
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