Kyocera has unveiled two new CDMA phones at the CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas: the full QWERTY keyboard equipped G2GO M2000, aka Virgin Mobile Kyocera X-tc; and Laylo M1400 slider.
The first of the two looks more interesting, thanks to the mentioned keyboard, which makes the device a texter’s dream phone. Other specs include 2.4-inch QVGA screen, media player with dedicated music keys, 1.3 megapixel camera, built-in accelerometer (for auto-rotation, I guess), Bluetooth support, and of course a microSD memory card slot. Size wise, the G2GO M2000 measures 113x52x17 mm, and has a weight of 120 grams.
As for the slider device, there’s a 2.2-inch QVGA screen on board, Bluetooth, VGA camera, and the speaker-independent voice recognition. In terms of size, the Laylo M1400 has dimensions of 94.7×46.7×17.0 mm and weight of 90 grams.
While we know Virgin Mobile USA will launch the Kyocera X-tc later this month, we’ve no idea whether some carrier will pick up the Laylo. We’ll certainly have more to share in the coming weeks…