Kyocera K822 is a dual-band CDMA phone in clamshell design with internal antenna and advanced music features. It has music-dedicated keys on the front cover, a player supporting various formats like MP3, AAC, and WMA, FM radio, and stereo speakers for music playback. The phone's memory is expanded through microSD cards, which makes it capable of storing hours of music in digital format. Both internal and external displays are color and the camera is 1.3 mega pixels with flash. The phone will support downloadable applications and games, based on either BREW 3.1.4 or JAVA MIDP2.0 (depending on the carrier).
series are mid-level CDMA clamshell phones with internal antenna. The K320 has VGA camera with dedicated key, which is also able to capture short videos. Speakerphone is included for hands-free talking. There will be a version with Push-to-Talk capabilities. The K320 has color internal and greyscale external display, operates on Kyocera's pinwheel user interface, and measures 3.54 x 1.81 x 0.92 inches at the weight of 3.4 ounces.
is based on the K320. It improves the camera to autofocus 1.3-megapixel one with options like color effects, frames, multi-shot, self-timer, and white balance. The external display of K340 is color one with Picture ID functionality. It has advanced voice recognition features, speakerphone, internet browser (WAP), and BREW 3.1.4 at the same size as the K320.
Kyocera also announced the K352
, which is for international 800MHz CDMA markets. It is in bar design with 1.8 display, VGA camera, and music-dedicated keys. K352 has 256MB of on-board memory, USB2.0 high-speed connectivity, and ships with stereo headset