Kyocera Milano

Sprint this morning announced the Kyocera Milano, a phone we outed a week ago in the Sprint Playbook. The Milona looks to be a mid- to low-end Android smartphone, with a 3-inch display, Android 2.3, a 3.2MP camera and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It weighs 5.6 ounces and has a 1490 mAHh battery, and 512MB of RAM and ROM.

It's also got a battery-saving "Eco Mode," and the Sprint ID custom themes.

The Kyocera Milano will be available Sept. 9 for $49.99 after two-year contract and $50 rebate.

Source: Sprint

Kyocera Milano

There are 7 comments

S_C_B says:


McPlot says:

It looks like a Microsoft Kin....

kline83 says:

I wish they still made five row keyboards like the g1 miss that keyboard

hmmm says:

Not sure why anyone would get this over the Shift when you can find the Shift for as cheap a lot of the time.

Robbzilla says:

It's a little smaller, which might appeal to some. Plus, it's Eco friendly, so the tree huggers won't feel as bad about it. I'd take a Shift any day over this, but then again, I'd be buying the biggest baddest phone I can get my grubby little paws on. For a kid, or a woman with smaller hands, though, this looks pretty comfy.

randy mullis says:

How come this low end phone can ship with 2.3 but "high end" phones like the thrill can't? I just dont get it.

This is perfect for teens who constantly drop or lose their phones. They don't cost much.