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Verizon Launches Kyocera KX2

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Nov 23, 2004, 8:26 PM   by (staff)

Verizon Wireless today began selling the Kyocera KX2 (Koi). The KX2 is Kyocera's first camera phone. Sporting a swivel design, the KX2 includes a 1.2 megapixel camera with LED flash, video capture, and a lens cover. A large display, BREW, and speakerphone are also included. The KX2 has been available in Argentina since September.

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Nov 23, 2004, 11:46 PM

First Impressions

This phone was on display in a Verizon store on Monday of this week. I had a chance to play with it a bit. My early impression is that is feels very 'plasticy', is very light and feels like the top 1/2 will come flying off at some point if you are not gentle with the phone. It did not have a $150 feel to it. Quite honest, that alone discouraged me from being interested in its features.
I work for Cingular, but $150 is not bad for a phone with these features, but, once again, you can get a different impression by feeling and playing with the phone. The way a phone is built will tell you a lot about it. I've never liked "plastic" fe...
I'm sure the price will come down soon. Kyocera isn't known for high-end phones (with the exception of the 7135). My question is how long this phone will be on the shelf before Kyocera issues another battery recall....
Its definately cool phone, i dont know if takes good pictures because I haven't uploaded any to my computer--this is the best way to tell if takes good pictures or not otherwise all you are testing is the display resolution. For example, I have vox 89...
Shocked we have this phone in stock it is ok,does feel cheap and is surely not worth the money, but it is a nice phone
I just got this KX2 Koi yesterday (I was within my 15 day trade in limit with verizon wireless, and traded in my LG VX7000)....
I think this phone has a lot of neat features, but it seems to take longer to operate. One thing I noticed when taking a ...
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