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wm_8-31-2011 2-46-26 PM

It looks like Kyocera is giving this Android thing another go, this time in the form of a mid-range device set to hit Sprint on September 9th called the Milano. Sporting a 3-inch display, 800MHz processor, 512MB RAM, and Android 2.3, the Milano is nothing amazing, but if you're not looking for a powerhouse like the Epic 4G Touch, then this little daisy should work out just fine.

wm_8-31-2011 2-46-26 PM

Not only that, but it won't break the bank, either -- the price is as small as the phone, at only $50 with a two-year agreement. Sounds like the perfect little phone for the youngster in the family.

Anyone interested in picking on of these up?

Thanks, Captain Anonymous!

Cameron Summerson
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  • Chillz

    The fact that the symbols are over the hardware buttons is awful. Really? dots?

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      In its best traditions, this is one of the ugliest phones I've ever seen. Kyocera never disappoints.

  • Rudy

    Why get this crap if you can get a Nexus S 4G for $30 on Sprint's website.

  • Raphael

    There is really no room in the market for intentional "low end" smart phones because last year/last 6months "high end" gets discounted so much they fill that role. Why would someone ever get such an underpowered device as a smartphone on a 2yr contract? Another good example is why does sprint release the samsung conquer 4g when they have the nexus s at the same price or cheaper??? Someone please tell me any of this makes sense?

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