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Kyocera CTIA slide show

Check out all the new Kyocera phones in CNET's CTIA slide show.

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Kyocera Neo E1100 Kyocera

Kyocera kicked off CTIA this morning by unveiling three new cell phones. The Kyocera Neo E1100 is the most high end mode trip. It offers a sleek flip phones design with a few unique touches on its front face. The feature set isn't terribly advanced but you will find Bluetooth, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a 262,000-color display and a speakerphone. The Kyocera Mako S4000 is a trim flip phone with a VGA camera, voice dialing and a speakerphone. It won't wow high-maintenance users but it does more than just make calls. Finally, there's the Adreno S2400. Designed with simplicity in mind, the Adreno has a minimalist design with a functional feature set. Check out our Kyocera CTIA slide show for a closer look. Also, see Kyocera's new GSM handsets.