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…

Kyocera KPC680 EV-DO Rev. A ExpressCard lands on Verizon

Verizon just launched the new Kyocera KPC680 ExpressCard allowing interested parties to access the carrier’s fast EV-DO Rev. A network and take their Internet work/play with them, wherever they are. According to the official release — which follows after the jump — BroadbandAccess users can expect average download speeds of 600kbps to 1.4Mbps, and upload…

TelePark buys Sanyo’s mobile phone sales division

Wow, it really looks like Sanyo is offloading all of it’s mobile phone divisions. The latest mobile phone arm to take new ownership is Sanyo’s mobile phone sales division. TelePark Corp. has ponied up 4.8 billion yen ($41.6 million) to Sanyo for the mobile phone manufacturer’s sales department. We should make it clear that TelePark…

Kyocera prepping to buy Sanyo’s mobile phone division

Remember when we told you that Sanyo wanted out of the mobile phone manufacturing business? Well, it seems they’ve found a suitor to take their not-so-blushing mobile phone division off their hands. Kyocera is reportedly in the final stages of negotiations to buy Sanyo’s in-the-red handset business. If the acquisition goes through, we could see…

Kyocera Develops Near Field Communications (NFC) Technology

Near Field Communications (NFC) technology has really been getting some push from developers recently. The new Bluetooth 2.1 EDR protocol made some provisions for NFC technology to make pairing your Bluetooth 2.1 devices as easy as bringing the two together. Now Kyocera is developing this tech to free us of our wallets. Kyocera showcased their…

Virgin Mobile adds Kyocera MARBL to its offering

Virgin Mobile announced the availability of a new cell phone to its customers in the US. The Kyocera MARBL is the carrier’s low-cost, low-end – yet sleek and stylish clamshell device, that boasts a color display, a two-way speakerphone, and rounded keys for easy texting. The new device weighs less than 3 ounces, measures .8…

Kyocera unveils 5 new phones

Kyocera, a leading manufacturer of CDMA devices, just announced five new-look handsets from its 2007 product lineup at the CTIA Wireless 2007 trade show. Let’s start by introducing each one of them briefly…

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