Kyocera Remixes The Slider, Adds New Phones
Mar 14, 2005, 11:11 AM by (staff)
Kyocera announced 4 new CDMA phones today at CTIA. All of the models are expected out in the third quarter.
- Slider Remix KX5: A Slider style phone that builds on the feature set of the KX2, adding music and a better screen. Features a 1.3 Megapixel camera with built in flash, a TransFlash slot and an mp3 player. Also features a new 262k color 176 x 220 screen.
- KX9: A entry-level clamshell phone with dual displays and BREW support.
- Topaz KX7 and Prisma KX17:Two low cost phones designed for emerging markets, namely Latin America and India. The KX7 is a clamshell model and the KX17 is a candybar with integrated antenna.
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Verizon Now Selling Kyocera's DuraXV Handset
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the slider remixed
Plus, the current slider was popular and (badly) needs this update. crossing my fingers!
Latin America and India...
The plan is for the CDMA network to become the domes...