byMichael Caputo||November 19th 2006 at 9:12pmNovember 19th 2006 9:12 pm
Not everything can be cutting edge now-a-days and maybe the LG VX8600 just isn't your cup of tea. No worries, we've got you covered; here comes the the Kyocera K323. Feature-packed it's not, but the clamshell can still hang with the best of the (low tier) lineup with an all-digital dual band radio, VGA camera with flash, 65k inside color screen, speakerphone, Bluetooth (no OBEX profiles folks), and support for VZnavigator. Look for it sometime mid-January for a reasonable $220 at full retail, $150 on a one year, and $100 on a two year contract before the mail in rebate of $50. Check after the break for a posterior shot!
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