Kyocera Intros a Trio of New Handsets
Today Kyocera announced three new phones for the U.S. market.
- SCP-6760 Incognito: This Sanyo-branded handset is a sideways clamshell that has both a touch display and full QWERTY keyboard. Its main display measures 2.6 inches and has 240 x 320 resolution. It also has what Kyocera is calling a "glow-thru" keypad and OLED secondary display. The Incognito features 3G, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, a 2 megapixel camera, and support for microSD cards up to 16GB. It runs Sprint's OneClick user interface, has threaded messaging, and supports an array of Sprint services. It will be available from Sprint on November 30.
- S2300 Torino: This bar-style messaging phone has a full QWERTY keyboard, 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, threaded messaging, speakerphone, and has 1xRTT data. It should be available in February.
- S1310 Domino: This monoblock phone is a tri-band CDMA device that is also limited to 1xRTT data. It features Bluetooth 2.0, WAP browser, speakerphone, and basic SMS/MMS messaging. The Domino will launch in December.
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.
T-Mobile Last Major US Carrier to Offer Kyocera DuraForce Pro
T-Mobile today added the Kyocera DuraForce Pro to its roster of Android handsets. The phone has been available to AT&T and Sprint customers since last year, and to Verizon customers since January.
Verizon Now Selling the Kyocera DuraForce Pro
Verizon Wireless has added the Kyocera DuraForce Pro to its lineup of rugged handsets. The phone is available to Verizon customers starting Jan.
This is gonna bug me...
This phone is really sick, truly a different step for Kyocera-Sanyo
Im so glad sanyo is releasing a genuine 3g phone that doesnt suck!
This phone has a keyboard thats clackier than the env3 in a good way, a little square but a good feel in hand.
Threaded texting is key...
I have had two Kyocera phones...