Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Kyocera phone : Launches New Phones

Kyocera has announced three new cell phones for different types of users. The Kyocera Xcursion KX160 a clamshell, Kyocera Slider Remix KX5, and Kyocera KX12 are all very different looking and acting phones.

Kyocera Wireless Corp., a leading global manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, today announced three feature-packed new wireless handsets and numerous exciting accessories to enhance the mobile experience while continuing Kyocera’s commitment to provide some of the easiest to use handsets on the market.

The portfolio, displayed at the CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2005 trade show, showcases Kyocera’s renowned ability to create feature-rich, affordable and easy-to-operate CDMA mobile handsets for a wide range of users. Kyocera’s new handsets include the Kyocera Xcursion KX160 clamshell cameraphone featuring Bluetooth® wireless technology, a new version of the Kyocera Slider Remix™ KX5 that adds Bluetooth functionality, and the Kyocera KX12, a ruggedized walkie-talkie device. Kyocera also introduced a number of new accessories with Bluetooth wireless technology for hands-free communication - including a headset, an installed hands-free car kit and a portable hands-free car kit - in addition to a music controller with stereo headset, a Push-to-Talk headset and a walkie-talkie dispatch button.

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