After showing the anemic K122 and K132
and CTIA, it looks like Kyocera's out to remind everyone that they haven't lost their taste for the mid-range, announcing the K352 candybar in Venezuela. The CDMA musicphone's claim to fame is clearly its 256MB of internal storage -- which it'll need every last kilobyte of, considering it lacks any sort of expansion. Other notable features (if you can label them such) include a VGA cam, dedicated music controls, a spiffy red exterior, and six built-in songs licensed from Venezuelan band Voz Veis
. Look for the K352 initially on Venezuela's Movistar network (no surprise, considering the bundled tunes) with global availability forthcoming.