CTIA Fall 2008
Kyocera didn't make any official new handset announcements at CTIA, but did have three phones in a glass case that will be announced later this year. The Kyocera booth staff gave us a walk-through of the devices. One is a follow up to the E1000 messaging device. One is an entry-level flip and the third is a low-end bar-style phone. You can watch it here:
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