Kyocera has unveiled two new mobile phones at the CTIA 2009 show. Both will feature a slider configuaration.
The first model, the G2GO M2000, includes a full QWERTY keyboard - ideal for those users who like to frequently text or use email. The phone also includes an accelerometer to quickly change form portrait to landscape mode plus dedicated music keys. The mobile, which has a 2.4 inch QVGA screen, also includes Bluetooth, a MP3 player, voice recognition, a 1.3-megapixel camera plus microSD slot support for an extra 8GB of external RAM memory. Measuring 113x52x17mm, it weighs in at 120g.
The Laylo M1400 includes a 2.2-inch display based upon a QVGA resolution plus Bluetooth for short range wireless connection and a VGA camera of indeterminate specification, according to the Businesswire website. Measuring 94.7x46.7x17.0mm, the Laylo weighs in at 90g.
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