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.
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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