The Kyocera 1155 marks as the second tri-mode CDMA phone available from Kyocera’s 1100 lineup of devices. With this series of entry-level, no fuss devices; Kyocera has been able to achieve something that sparked other phone manufacturers to create a similar experience with their products. As an entry-level device, the 1155 comes equipped with basic features such as two-way text messaging, an alarm, and a calculator function. It describes itself as a humble phone with no extra special features—just the basic features that every phone user requires from his device. The 1155 has dimensions that measure 4.72 x 1.89 x 0.95 inches and a weight of only 4.34 oz. It has a display capable of showcasing 5 lines of text. Additionally, its phone book capacity can store up to 200 phone numbers with 5 numbers per entry. The phone comes pre-equipped with a game called Brick Attack and is able to support both English and Spanish languages. Thanks to its 975 mAh Li-Ion removable battery, the 1155 is able to last up to 3.8 hours of talk time and a total of 144 hours in stand-by mode. Released in 2001, the Kyocera 1155 is a very simple device that provides the basic phone functions needed by any user.
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