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March 24, 2010 10:07am EST Looks like Kyocera's brand-new Zio already has its first wireless carrier. Cricket, which has already announced a slick new $30 unlimited plan - announced that the company would launch both the Kyocera Zio and the BlackBerry 8530 in 2010. Cricket hasn't announced release dates or prices for either of these phones, but Kyocera reps said that the Zio would sell for $169-216 without a contract - making this likely to become a $199, no-contract Android smartphone. As we reported earlier this week, the Zio is a 600- MHz smartphone running Android 1.6, with an 800x480 touchscreen. The Android version will be upgradeable, Kyocera said.
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