Kyocera Neo E1100 Video
Kyocera Neo E1100 Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Kent German [phonetic], senior editor here at www.cnet.com.
>> I'm here in Los Vegas. It's CTIA 2008. I want to show you the Kyocera [assumed spelling] Neo 1100. It's one of the three new phones that Kyocera has introduced here at the show. This is really the top of the line that Kyocera's introducing here. You can see, it's very thin. We have a little light, strip [assumed spelling] that goes down the middle. They call that a light pipe, and it does flash, you know, comes on, if you're getting a call, and comes on at other times. You might think that there's no external display, but there is one, it's just hidden behind the front face. Have the camera lens right here. Here in the inside, we have a nice internal display. A pretty bright and color phone [inaudible]. Now, [inaudible] controls and keypad buttons are pretty flat with the surface [assumed spelling] of the phone. But there is a little bit of a definition, which is nice. It does have bluetooth, has a camera, and some other high end functions. But really this is just a solid mid to upper range phone, and it does have a pretty, attractive design, as I said. I'm Ken German, at CTIA 2008.
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