Kyocera is a trademark in which Europe never really broken. Most people know it, but there almost nothing. The Kyocera Neo E1100 flip phone tries to make the already saturated mobile phone market by means of a very tight design. Though you may think there's no external display, there is a hidden screen that runs vertically to the left of the light pipe. Typically we're not big fans of hidden displays, and the E1100's seems awfully small, but in this case it seems to work well with the handset's sleek design. Another unique feature is the reverse hinge, which causes the Neo's front flap to fold behind its rear face when the phone is open. We first saw a reverse hinge in the Sony Ericsson Z600. Though on that handset we complained that the hinge rubbed against our face, we've gotten used to the feature as it has shown up on more phones. Inside the Neo there's a 262,000 color display a set of flush controls navigation keys. The size and weight of this mobile phone are 89.5 x 52 x 16.7 mm and 90g. The laptop is capable of operating in CDMA networks 800/1700/1900. It is necessary to note the presence of the 1.3 MP camera.