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Kyocera Strobe unveiled today
Date: 05 January 2006
Kyocera Strobe unveiled today
Kyocera Wireless, a leading global manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, today unveiled the new Strobeâ„¢ wireless handset at the Consumer Electronics Show. Strobe features a curved, stylish candy-bar design that opens lengthwise to reveal a second color display and full QWERTY keyboard inside, making it ideal for text messaging, email and instant messaging (IM). In consumer testing, Strobe has drawn raves from younger demographics, impressed by its combination of fun features, style and an expected price-point below other similarly featured devices on the market today.

Kyocera Strobe - Some feature and specifications:
- Dual-color displays
- VGA camera with flash and 5x digital zoom
- Hidden QWERTY keypad
- Email, MMS, EMS, SMS, IM
- WAP 2.0 and Java
- CDMA2000® 1X and AGPS/E-911 capable
- Organizer
- Speakerphone
- Size: 4.25x2.05x0.95 in (108x52x24 mm)
- Weight: 4.0 ounces (115 grams)
- Talk Time: Up to 3 hours (standard battery)

Strobe will reach the retail market in Q2 2006 and wireless service providers who offer the phone will set their respective retail prices. For more information on Strobe or other upcoming phones from Kyocera Wireless, visit
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