Kyocera Messaging Phone Revealed
Jan 1, 2006, 10:15 PM by (staff)
The Kyocera KX21 Storm looks like a traditional candybar phone with a loop antenna, a standard numeric keypad and small screen. However like the A630 and VX9800, the Storm opens to reveal a large landscape screen and full QWERTY keyboard with a large D-Pad in the center. Although FCC documents containing specifications are still unavailable, pictures also show the Storm has a digital camera with an LED flash. Rumors have been circulating that this phone will be announced at CES.
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I think I just threwup in my mouth...
...this thing couldn't be uglier. I've wanted a QWERTY phone like the A630 ever since Cingular pulled its support for the A630. This however won't cut it unless its a bag full of candy.
You'd rather ...
it's original, i wish it would be a cingy phone i'd get it. espically if it has mp3. but kyrocera hasn't done any american gsm phones so more than likely not.
and the a630 was bs.
The Website below shows it branded for Virgin mboile.
http://us.gizmodo.com/gadgets/cellphones/kyocera-kx2 ... »
Sorta reminds me of the n-gage