Do you know that Kyocera has prepared a new Android smartphone known as Urbano L02 for its AU 2014 spring collection in Japan? We can tell you from the start that this handset has been designed for first time users of smartphones, as well as for elderly users. Are you interested on such a smartphone? We cannot give you any details regarding its price at this point, but the latest rumors suggest an early February release, so you won’t have to wait that long to have it. And here we have some of its most important technical specs and features and we are sure that they are more than helpful when it comes to taking the best decision.
So, this Kyocera Urbano L02 is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual core processor (paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage) and it features Android Jelly Bean operating system.
When it comes to its 4.7 inch HD LCD screen, here we can find a resolution of 1280×720 pixels, not to mention how tempting the included 13 MP rear camera can be. And just as several other Japanese handsets, this model that we have here is both waterproof and dustproof, but all these are making it attractive enough for those first time users of smartphones that we have told you about and nothing seems to indicate that it is a potential choice for seniors as well.
So, as our source mentions, that’s the ideal moment to tell you that Kyocera Urbano L02 comes pre-installed with a variety of health-centric apps including daily step counter, not to mention those three special apps that transform the user-interface of the operating system from simple to generic Android UI where icons can be magnified by no less than 1.75X the standard size of Android. Is this good enough for its potential elderly users? We think that it might be, but let’s just wait until Kyocera Urbano L02 hits the stores in early February.