The Kyocera Zio is the first Android phone from the manufacturer, introduced at CTIA 2010 in Las Vegas. The Zio is meant to attract typical phone users looking for an affordable phone that can do more - first time smartphone users perhaps.
The Kyocera Zio is on the lower end of the Android phone spectrum but still sports a 3.5-inch screen (WVGA), 3.2MP camera, Bluteooth, Wi-Fi and MicroSD slot and is powered by a 600 MHz processor.
The most attractive element of the Zio will likely be its price - presumably launching around the $200 range without a contract of any kind. The phone is CDMA and launched on Cricket and also on Sprint as the Sanyo Zio.