High-frequency sounds are emphasized to increase the volume and articulation levels.
This is recommended if you feel it hard to hear the caller's voice.
Small sound remains as-is while loud sounds are lowered.
Set this when you are bothered by loud sound.
High-frequency sounds are lowered to reduce high-pitched sounds.
This is recommended if you want to lower high-pitched sounds.
au VoLTE is supported, delivering more realistic voice sound that is easier to hear.
The original KYOCERA function that uses sound and vibration on the entire screen to deliver the caller's voice is installed. By covering your ear with the screen portion of the mobile phone, surrounding noise is blocked allowing you to clearly hear the caller's voice from your mobile phone even in noisy locations.
The LCD screen is larger with higher definition than those of the existing models (Simple Phone K012). Photos and characters in the screen are big and well-ordered.
The large clock helps you see the time with ease.
Sub display (when the backlight is turned on)
Characters in the menu are big and easy to see.
You can find a function you want to use with ease.
Icons for the battery level and signal strength, and other icons on the standby screen are big and easy to see.
The flat keys are easy to find when you touch them thanks to their clear-cut form. Large characters are depicted on the keys. The keys are easier to press and characters are easier to read, resulting in improved usability.
The mobile phone is hard to break even if you should drop it when taking it out of your pocket or bag, so you can continue to use without worry.
Waterproof and dustproof performance offers use without worry even when the mobile phone gets wet due to sudden rain or dirty from dust and dirt.
The mobile phone is equipped with a camera of approx. 8 million pixels with higher resolution than that of the existing models (Simple Phone K012). Enjoy yourself by taking beautiful photos with the camera.
This function reduces blurring of photos caused by camera shake, leading to fewer mistaken shots.
If your finger enters the camera frame, a warning screen is displayed.