Kyocera Announces Entry-Level Phone
Jun 2, 2005, 1:52 PM by (staff)
Kyocera announced a new entry-level candybar style phone today at the BREW Developers Conference. The Dorado KX13 is a slim bar phone with an integrated antenna. The Dorado has a large color screen - much bigger than Kyocera's other recently announced entry-level models. The screen and phone are designed to appeal to game and content conscious young users. It also features a speakerphone and LED flashlight.
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No, I dont' really expect verizion to pick it up, I just think it would be a smart move on their part.
I can't wait to see this phone come out for Verizion, Altell, USCC or whatever smaller carriers deside to pick it up.
No, I dont' really expect verizion to pick it up, I just think it would be a smart move on their par