Kyocera today introduced two CDMA phones at CTIA 2009. The G2GO M2000 and Laylo M1400 are both slider handsets. The Kyocera G2GO M2000 features a slide-out full alphabetic keyboard and a 2.4-inch display. The phone supports e-mail, speakerphone, 1.3MP camera, microSD card slot, WAP browser, Stereo Bluetooth, 3G support and a music player.
The Kyocera Laylo M1400 has a slide-out standard numeric keypad with a 2.2-inch display, Bluetooth, 500-contact phone book, VGA camera, speaker-independent voice recognition, speakerphone, WAP browser, and a voice memo recorder. There is nothing special with these sliders. No word on pricing at this time. [Gearlog]
Virgin Mobile offers the X-tc from Kyocera, which has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard for heavy-duty IM and SMS messaging. The handset also offers a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth with stereo audio, dedicated music controls and microSD storage. If you are interested, you can purchase the X-tc phone for $99 prepaid. [Electronista]
Mobile phone manufacturer Kyocera claims its new Kyocera NS01 as the first real “belt” phone. What makes the NS01 special is that it has an integrated belt, so you can easily bring the phone wherever you go. The NS01 is currently available at AU and features a 2.8 QVGA screen, a 1.97MP camera, and e-wallet. [Akihabara]
Kyrocera will be releasing the Adreno S2400. It offers bluetooth 1.2 and voice dialing, text and multimedia messaging, basic organizer, a speakerphone, a WAP Internet browser, voice memos, a vibrate mode, and a 500-contact phone book. The display is rectangular with a rectangular frame and below it are the boxy navigation array and keypad buttons, and can support BREW instead of Java. [MobileWhack]
Kyrocera will release the new Neo E1100 which features a 1.3 megapixel camera, an internal 262k color display, flush keypad, bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, speakerphone, voice recognition, MP3 playback, and a 2.5mm headphone jack. No word on pricing or availability but hopefully they hurry up with that. [OhGizmo]
Kyocera will be dropping a new cell phone called the Lingo M1000. The Lingo M1000 features a 1.3 megapixel camera, bluetooth connectivity, EVDO support, POP/IMAP email support, BREW 3.1.5 platform for Java downloads, GPS navigation, and a voice recognition capability. No word on price just yet or when this one will be releasing. [Cell Phone 9]