The Kyocera K312P has a simple design, but it's hardly unattractive. Read full review
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The K312P looks a lot like the Kyocera Cyclops. It shares the same external display and camera lens. Read full review
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The K312P has an ordinary rear face, but its vertical display is uncommon. Read full review
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The volume rocker and camera shutter sit on the K312P's left spine. Read full review
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The K312P fits easily in a pocket or bag. Read full review
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The K312P's keypad is flush but it remains easy to use. Read full review
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The K312P soft touch skin gives it a comfortable, sold feel in the hand. Read full review
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The K312's camera comes with a flash. You can use the mirrored ring surrounding the lens for self-portraits. Read full review
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