These remind me of the new Knipex "Installation Pliers" they introduced last year. Klein getting a bit nervous? I don't see why. These types of pliers are neither fish nor fowl to me.
I won't buy long nose pliers with a cutter in them. Long nose pliers are at their best when their jaw tips can come together cleanly. The cutters make this impossible in most cases. If you look at the second photo in the OPs post you will see what I mean by the tip separation. I note that Knipex has managed to get their tips to join cleanly. Still not a fan of the style. I use the discontinued Klein D314-8 long reach, long nose(really a short nose comparatively) with no cutter. They are made for holding and locating small parts and bending and holding wire where you want it and not for cutting cable, stripping conductors, etc.
Some like the heavier Klein models with cutters and other features and these will likely appeal to them but I would just as soon use a diagonal cutter for cutting and a wire stripper for stripping. Is it me or do the jaws on these new pliers(both Knipex and Klein) look a bit too long to be balanced very well? Just wondering since I have not used either one.