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Kyocera NS01 phone - the first Belt Worth Phone

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Kyocera NS01 phone - the first Belt Worth Phone
  

Kyocera NS01 is a phone that can easily be mounted onto your belt without the restrictions of a leather synthetic case. The phone features a belt so that users can attach the device to their waist.


Kyocera NS01 is a basic mobile phone with a 2.8-inch 240400 ASV LCD main display, a 0.5-inch external display. The phone features a 2 megapixel camera, large keypads and internal memory of 100MB that can be extended upto 4GB via a microSD card.

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Re: Kyocera NS01 phone - the first Belt Worth Phone

The NS01 has InfraRed connectivity and also features e-wallet. The Kyocera NS01 will be available in three colors black, white and lime. The phone will arrive in Japan at some point but no idea about the price yet.
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Re: Kyocera NS01 phone - the first Belt Worth Phone

Do we really need belts attached to our phones? Are people stealing more phones? lolz....

People like such new stuff. Its good that mobile industry is experimenting new inventions. Keep It Up!
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