Kyocera Intros Two Entry Models
Sep 12, 2006, 1:32 PM by (staff)
Kyocera announced two entry level CDMA handsets today. The Kyocera K132 (shown) is a clamshell with an internal antenna and color display. It is meant for carriers around the world including the US. Features WAP, BREW 2.1 and speakerphone. The company also announced the K122, a candybar style phone with a greyscale screen for Asia and other developing markets.
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Granted the only pics of this phone I've been able to locate are not the highest quality (I found a pdf article on kyocera's website), but all I see is some big button logo declaring the model name (K132) with some REAL...