Kyocera Intros Two New Low-End Handsets
Today Kyocera announced two new entry-level devices. Both use CDMA technology.
- G2GO M2000: This evolution of the M1000 is a sideways slider with full QWERTY keyboard. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display that auto-rotates with an on-board accelerometer. It also carries a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, numerous voice-activated features, and supports microSD cards up to 8GB.
- Laylo M1400: This traditional slider has a 2.2-inch display, VGA camera and Bluetooth 2.0.
Kyocera Flips Out Over LTE-Only Cadence Feature Phone for Verizon
Kyocera this week announced the Cadence, a flip phone for Verizon Wireless that supports LTE but not CDMA. In addition to LTE, the Cadence sports WiFi with voice over WiFi and HD Voice for clearer phone calls.
T-Mobile Adds Kyocera Rally to Prepaid Lineup
Kyocera today announced the Rally, a bar-style feature phone for T-Mobile's prepaid business. The Rally is a traditional cell phone that includes a 1.8-inch screen and a physical key pad for dialing numbers.
Kyocera Shows Off the Hydro Air, Bound for AT&T
Kyocera has revealed the Hydro Air, a new waterproof smartphone headed to AT&T's prepaid GoPhone service, on its web site. The Hydro Air features a 5-inch quarter HD (960 x 540) display that supports wet-finger use.
Motorola Debuts the Entry-Level Moto C and Moto C Plus
Motorola today unveiled two low-cost Android smartphones, the Moto C and Moto C Plus (pictured). Both phones are intended to serve as entry-level handsets for first time and/or cost-conscious buyers.