Kyocera launched three new phones at CTIA, the Xcursion KX160, the Slider Remix KX5 with Bluetooth, and the KX12 walkie talkie phone. The Xcursion KX160 is a clamshell with Bluetooth, a VGA camera with flash and 5x digital zoom, an external color display, as well as an internal 128 x 160 color display. Complete with a speakerphone, the Xcursion KX160 will be out in November this year.
Next is the Slider Remix KX5, which isn't anything new, except that this one has Bluetooth. Everything else is pretty much the same: music player, 1.3 megapixel camera, microSD slot, uses Tranflash memory, 262k color display. This will also be available in November this year.
Finally there's the KX12, a very nice-looking ruggedized walkie-talkie phone. It'll be utilizing CDMA push-to-talk technology, and comes complete with front-ported loudspeaker, an internal antenna, and rubberized side grips for increased durability. Also has a built-in flashlight for emergencies. The KX12 will be available Q1 of 2006.
Live photos of the Slider Remix KX5 and the KX12 after the jump.
Press Release [Kyocera]