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Japanese design appliance maker Balmuda to release 5G phone with Kyocera, SoftBank

Friday 14 May 2021 | 14:43 CET | News
Balmuda, a Japanese maker of small appliances and computer accessories, has announced it will release a 5G handset in November, together with Kyocera, the Verge reported. The device will be sold by SoftBank as a carrier model and by Balmuda in an unlocked version. The design company normally sells air purifiers, humidifiers, lights, speakers and rice cookers, among others.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Kyocera / Softbank
Countries: Japan
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