The Kyocera Candid KX16 is a colour clamshell phone that can be converted into a mobile gaming handset and will be targeted to International and US CDMA carriers. With a style and affordability that will appeal to many users, the features include external caller ID, VGA camera with flash and digital zoom, speakerphone, voice-activated dialing and a raised keypad for increased texting speeds.
The camera features a front-facing lens and flash, this will allow you to snap a photo quickly while moving without the worries of blurring. A 5-step digital zoom goes from 160 x 120 resolution to 648 x 480. It also supports multi-shot mode, auto-focus, self-timer, white balance, colour effects adjusting and fun frames.
More on the gaming features; with the Alienware game pad, the KX16 will allow its users to play Java or BREW games with a more console-style feel to it. The Alienware Gamepad is due out this fall (sept/oct) and will sell for $29.95, however the Gamepad will be bundled with the KX5 Slider this fall before the KX16 hits the street.