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.
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