Kyocera Showcases Latest Mobile Phones At ITU 2006
Kyocera Corporation and its group companies are exhibiting at the ITU 2006, held from December 4 to 8 in Hong Kong, with the focus on a display of CDMA mobile handsets. The products in the booth have been selected to present Kyocera's 'design concept' towards the mobile communication terminals.
For the Japanese market, as a general trend, handsets are becoming larger due to the increasing variety of functions. Two of the terminals offered by Kyocera this year are lightweight and slim in response to user opinions, while being equipped with enriched functions and wide clear displays. The A5521K model released this spring is squeezed into a package of just 18 mm thickness, and the brand-new W44K has drawn the attention of the market for its mere 15 mm depth.
San Diego-based Kyocera Wireless Corp. offers a strong line of miniature and cutting-edge terminals mainly for Americas and a part of Asia. K612 (Strobe/Switch_Back) is intended for young and trend-conscious users. The compact and ergonomic sleek clamshell design is suitable for talking, and users can also enjoy smooth message communication using the hidden QWERTY keypad.
Source: Kyocera Corporation
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