Video Tour: Kyocera Neo E1100
U.S. Cellular scores the Neo E1100 from Kyocera. Find out if this entry-level flip is or isn't all that much to flip out about.
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Here is a video tour of the Kyocera Neo, available from U.S. Cellular. The Neo features a 1.3 megapixel camera and customizable "light pipe" to alert users to incoming calls and messages. You can watch our video here:
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