has come up with two new phones here at the CTIA event. The first one is eccentrically called G2GO M2000
, as the manufacturer explains it should be pronounced “Good-to-Go”. The G2GO M2000 is a side-slider with full QWERTY keyboard and a “huge” 2.4-inch QVGA display. A 1.3-megapixel camera is also on board, along with a microSD card for up to 8 GB of additional storage space. What’s interesting about the phone
is that when you slide it open, you should still hold it in vertical position if you want to dial a number, as otherwise you will see the number keys turned at 90 degrees.
The second handset is also bearing a quite interesting name – Laylo M1400
. This one is more on the simpler side, offering a 2.2-inch QVGA display, VGA camera and Bluetooth 2.0. The Laylo M1400 is a slider, utilizing a standard numeric keypad and everything that’s typical for a basic phone.
Well, not such a great start of the show, but you know – innovating is hard these days. On top of that, Kyocera would still not give out information about the release dates and prices of the new phones, as well as the carrier to deliver them.
source: Kyocera via SlashGear
The Laylo M1400 is a simple low-end slider
The number keys of the G2GO M2000 are turned at 90 degrees