CTIA 2006: Kyocera 132 Video
At CTIA 2009, Kent German takes a look at the Kyocera Laylo M1400, a basic slider phone with a simple design.
Catch the latest news and the hottest trends in cell phones, as CNET reports live from the 2007 CTIA show in Orlando.
Cricket's Kyocera Kona is aimed for users who need just the basics, and features a 2-megapixel camera, Internet connectivity, and a nostalgic flip-phone construction.
This slider phone has similar features to the Krzr but has been optimized for mobile imaging, enabling the user to make edits straight from the phone. Get a first look from the CTIA 2006 fall show.
The Kyocera Strobe offers a funky design and a full QWERTY keypad. Get a first look at it from the CTIA floor.
Get a first look from the CTIA floor at the Kyocera K352 MP3 phone.
The CTIA Fall 2011 show kicks off on Tuesday, and Nicole and Jessica are in sunny San Diego to bring you all the latest announcements and hands-on with new devices. Lucky for us (and you), Jessica had a few spare minutes between prepping the show and devouring some sweet desserts to call into dreary San Franciso to give us a preview of what to expect from the show.
The Kyocera Marbl for Virgin Mobile is a new, simple cell phone with a flip-phone design but no external display.
From the Fall 2006 CTIA show, Kent German shows off the Krzr, a thinner version of the Razr phone, with updated software and design, enhanced phone book, new media player and 2.0 mega-pixel camera.
A preview of two new and slender UTStarcom phones from the CTIA fall show.