Kyocera, the Japanese company known for working with smaller US operators like Virgin Mobile, MetroPCS and Cricket, announced that it plans to launch an Android device sometime in 2010.
Kyocera also said that it would release LTE phones in the years to come, for which it intends to use Android as well as another mobile platform.
Moreover, in 2011, the company wants to introduce a dual-mode CDMA/LTE handset. It didn’t say for which carrier, but MetroPCS seems to be the perfect candidate for this, since it has already announced its LTE plans for next year.
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