Kyocera announced three new phones for the U.S. market, with two of them targeting heavy texters. From left to right, they are:
- SCP-6760 Incognito – it’s actually a Sanyo-branded sideways clamshell that combines a touchscreen (2.6-inch QVGA) with full QWERTY keyboard. In addition, there’s the so called “glow-thru” keypad and OLED secondary display, as well as 3G radio, Bluetooth 2.0, 2-megapixel camera, threaded messaging support, and microSD memory card slot. Sprint has picked up the Incognito and will start offering it on November 30th.
- S2300 Torino – another QWERTY phone, this time in candybar form. Specs include a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, threaded messaging, speakerphone, and 1xRTT data. It should be available in February 2010.
- S1310 Domino – basic candybar with tri-band CDMA radio, 1xRTT data, Bluetooth, WAP browser, speakerphone. Should be available in December.
And that’s it from Kyocera. Nothing high-end-ish, just something for the mass market.