Kyocera KX16

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Kyocera Candid
Manufacturer Motorola
Compatible networks AMPS 850, CDMA 850 and 1900


screen = 128x128 pixels, 65,000 colors
Dimensions 3.54" x 1.89" x 0.98" (90mm x 48mm x 25mm)
Weight 3.90 oz (111g)
Connectivity 1xRTT, WAP 2.0

The Kyocera KX16, sometimes referred to as the Kyocera Candid, is the first clamshell-style camera phone from Kyocera. Features include:

  • VGA (640x480) camera with LED flash and self-timer
  • LCD color display with 128x128 pixels supporting 65,000 colors
  • BREW downloadable games
  • EMS and picture messaging
  • Monochrome external display
  • 500-name internal address book

Other technical data include:

  • Form Factor: Clamshell
  • Stub Antenna
  • Battery Life: Talk: 3.50 hours, Standby: 170 hours (7.1 days)

The Kyocera KX16 is a relatively basic CDMA phone with a digital camera, speakerphone and voice-dialing. It's an above-average phone for entry-level users.


The phone has been distributed in North America by the following carriers:

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