Kyocera MP3 Real Music
Download Real, Polyphonic, and Monophonic Sounds
With your Kyocera phone you are ready to download new ringtones. Individualize your contact list, know who’s ringing you and get your groove on, all at the same time. The Kyocera ringtones site asks for your cellphone model and lets you know what ringtones fit your phone. Selections are limited to some well-recognized hymns and theme songs.
Pioneer in Swivel Face and Push-to-Talk technology
Prior to 2000, today’s Kyocera Corporation was still known as Qualcomm. Remember that Japanese electronics giant? Since then Kyocera has spun out into global markets including the U.S.-based subsidiary Kyocera Wireless. The company specializes in delivering trendy and tricked-out mobile phones and related wireless accessories to the North American market, both professional and personal. The company features youth-centric mobile devices that appeal to multimedia sensibilities and globally savvy tastes.
As a foundation for its ultra-hip and technologically advanced devices, Kyocera also develops new levels of wireless networks. Advanced CDMA, code division multiple access, networks allow high numbers of wireless users to use the airwaves all at the same time with ever increasing speed.
A few of Kyocera’s signature additions to the mobile phone race include: swivel phones, 1.3 megapixel built-in cameras, push to talk technology, and CDMA-enabled phones. Customers may shop Kyocera phones by form-factor:
Slider and Signature Swivel Styles
- Amp’d Jet and Angel kicks up your look with a solid black body and backlit navigation wheel. Loads of extra memory, a camera, and audio elements.
- Slider Sonic is designed for the music addict. Built-in audio handles multiple formats and the large display delivers cutting edge graphics.
- Slider Remix delivers all of the above: camera, audio player and Bluetooth technology.
- The Koi zips up a snazzy array of signature Kyocera features in a compact slider. Customers get a high-quality camera and video recorder, plenty of storage, and an audio player.
- Slider is the basic in a classy package.
- The K132 is one of Kyocera’s newest models; it sports a sophisticated business blue body with touchable matte finish. Much more than the basics and includes a GPS locator and web-ready to download games and ringers.
- Cyclops sports red backlighting which already sets this small device apart. A 1.3 megapixel camera and instant messaging features included.
- K320 bundles camera and MP3 ringtones that appeal to multimedia mavens.
- Oystr features a bit of everything under its clamshell hood. You get camera, ringtones, online messaging capabilities, extra wallpapers and graphics, voice activation and GPS locator, plus.
- The Strobe/Switch_Back can be flipped around to access a small QWERTY keyboard. Then you get camera and all the web apps you could want.
- KX9a and KXe models provide souped-up basics in a sleek flip package.
- Xcursion delivers Bluetooth technology, high-end camera with super graphics.
- Candid model delivers exactly what it sounds like—instant camera accessibility.
- Topaz features a minimalist design with more features designed for the cool professional, including web accessibility, messaging and speakerphone.
- Milan is a classy basic with voice activation and a few other lifestyle apps.
- Soho is artsy with colorful flip covers that express your mood.
- Opal is aptly named for its soft opalescent backlight that’s sure to turn heads.
- Kyocera Smartphone will seduce the savviest businessperson. Professional pda-style design with everything but the kitchen sink. Also for downtime; MP3 player and games.
- Totally basic and no frills K122.
- New K352 has a huge display, built-in camera, and a big MP3 player.
- Need a feature-rich walkie-talkie model? The KX12 and the KX440 both wrap a tough, weather-resistant shell around speakerphone, GPS locator and some other small business functions like calendar, alarm and calculator.
- Prisma is ready for downloadable individuality, such as graphics, screensavers and ringtones.
- Dorado packages a heavy-duty battery as well as a unique flashlight feature.
- Energi comes with colorful “face plates,” built-in flashlight and long-life battery.
- Aktiv is built for the rugged outdoorsperson. Bright yellow details enhance this model’s individuality. Download ringers, wallpapers and screensavers.
- Blade is as much tricked-out lightshow as it is cellphone. Packs multimedia graphics and customizable ringtones.
- Phantom is similar to Blade in features, but comes with a set of colorful faceplates.