Kyocera this week revealed three new CDMA phones, plus its first-ever lineup of GSM phones. The GSM phones will be aimed primarily at Latin America, while the CDMA models are US-bound. The company also announced that its acquisition of Sanyo’s phone business has now been finalized. All three new CDMA phones are tri-band models supporting AWS, with Bluetooth and a clamshell form factor. Other features include:
- Neo E1100: Sports a light-up stripe around outside, hidden OLED outer display, QVGA main display, speaker-independent voice dialing, BREW, and 1.3 megapixel camera.
- Mako S4000: Dual color displays, BREW, and VGA camera.
- Adreno S2400: BREW, external display, speaker-independent voice dialing, and speakerphone.