Kyocera G2GO M2000

The Kyocera G2GO (that's pronounced "good to go") M2000 is a slider phone with a QWERTY keyboard. On the whole the design is promising, though the keyboard is a little cramped. The M2000 will be coming to Virgin Mobile as the X-tc.
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Kyocera G2GO M2000

The M2000 has an accelerometer that will change the display's orientation as you rotate the phone. Using the numeric keys to dial in this position felt a bit awkward.
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Kyocera G2GO M2000

The M2000 had an eye-catching display. Below are the tactile navigation controls.
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Kyocera G2GO M2000

The M2000's camera lens and speaker sit on its back.
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Kyocera G2GO M2000

The M2000 has a slim design.
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Kyocera Laylo M1400

The Laylo has a bright display that reaches almost to the edges of the phone. Slide up the phone to expose the keypad.
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Kyocera Laylo M1400

The Laylo has a vanity mirror on the back its sliding face. You can use the mirror to take photos with the camera.
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Kyocera Laylo M1400

The Laylo has minimal exterior features. Just a camera shutter sits on the right spine.
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Sanyo SCP-2700

The Sanyo SCP-2700 offers a full keybord for messaging. It comes in two colors: blue and pink. The latter has a floral design around the display.
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Sanyo SCP-2700

Both colors have a checked design on the back. The camera lens and speaker are at the top side.
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