Bundle of New Phones Coming to Japan from KDDI

Thirteen impressive new phones are coming down the pipe for Japanese service provider KDDI. Here’s the breakdown: Casio Exilim Keitei CA003: 12 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, autofocus, image stablizer, and 20 images/second rapid shot Sharp Aquos Shot SH003: 12 megapixel camera, FM transmitter, transfer and view Blu-Ray movies Sharp Aquos Shot SH006:  12…

Kyocera Concept Changes Display Based on Activity

On top of showing a fancy foldable UMPC concept, Kyocera has some design photos of a phone called the NXT with a context-sensitive display. Controls change depending on whether you’re playing a video game or watching a movie. The real usefulness would rely on how seamlessly the phone transitioned between modes – after all, there…

Kyocera Communications Inc. established in San Diego to integrate the company’s wireless device business

At the CTIA, Kyocera Corporation announced the formation of Kyocera Communications Inc. (KCI), as a “next step in the global integration of Kyocera’s wireless device business.” The new company will be headquartered in San Diego, and will comprise the combined sales, marketing and service functions from Kyocera Wireless Corp. (KWC) and Kyocera Sanyo Telecom Inc.…

Virgin Mobile Kyocera X-tc Launched

The Kyocera X-tc on Virgin Mobile spotted last month is now available to order for $99 off contract, and butting heads with the recently-launched Alltel Banter/Sprint Rumor 2 for discount texting supremacy. Spec-wise, the sliders are in the same ballpark, so plans will really be the dealbreaker on those considering both devices. QVGA display with…

Kyocera jumps into GSM market; Announces 4 handsets

Kyocera announced its entry into the GSM handset market with four new GSM phones. The new devices will launch initially in Latin America, where a number of CDMA service providers recently switched to GSM networks. Four handsets are: E4600 – slider-shaped quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) device; features MP3 player, 2-megapixel camera with video record/playback, Bluetooth, expandable…

Kyocera unveils three CDMA phones

We always envisioned Kyocera as a low-end handset maker and they seem to like just the way it is. That being said their latest CDMA line-up doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone. Few lines are tweaked, but basically all their new phones are considered low-end. Let’s roll: Neo E1100: 2.2 inch QVGA display, Bluetooth…

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