Kyocera introduces the Incognito SCP-6760, Torino S2300 and Domino S1310

Kyocera introduces the Incognito SCP-6760, Torino S2300 and Domino S1310
Kyocera has introduced three brand new handsets, the Incognito SCP-6760, Torino S2300 and Domino S1310. The three are coming to the US exclusively and rolling out in the next three months.

The most interesting of the three is the Incognito that will soon appear in Sprint´s product catalogue branded as a Sanyo device. This is a clamshell phone equipped with 2.6-inch touch-sensitive screen with QVGA resolution and full QWERTY keyboard. Its front side sports an OLED display that Kyocera calls “glow-thru”. The other specifications of the Incognito SCP-6760 include 2-megapixel camera, 3G support, Bluetooth and microSD slot. The handset is expected to hit the shelves really soon, on November 30.

The other two come in classic candybar from factor and it´s still anyone´s guess what carriers they´re to be released through. The Torino S2300 has QWERTY keyboard, 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and threaded messaging. It should appear on the market sometime in February 2010. The Kyocera Domino S1310 is the simplest of the three, offers Bluetooth, WAP browser, basic text composing functionality and is expected to become commercially available in December this year.

via Phonescoop


1 Comment

1. Jyakotu

Posts: 867; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

IMO, I think that the Torino S2300 should go to Virgin Mobile because it reminds of the X-tc, but it's just in a more traditional appearance. As for the Domino S1310, it doesn't really matter who it goes too, but it seems like a good Cricket phone.

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