Not only did we found the Kyocera Oblique on FCC, we also have leaked snapshots of the device in black and pink versions. The devise is rumored to take Samsung’s Intercept place on Sprint this fall.
The full QWERTY keyboard handset features a 3.2 megapixel camera and a low-res QVGA screen. It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Just like its forebear, Kyocera Oblique comes with EV-DO Rev. 0 (as opposed to Rev. A) only, which means that the device will limp along the Now Network when you're not within range of a Wi-Fi hotspot. But it supports Bluetooth and 802.11n.
Handsets appearance on the market is expected on September 11th.