08
Sep
kyocera milano

Just in time for its September 9 release, Sprint has officially announced the mid-range Kyocera Milano. The specs can't match up to some of Sprint's heavy hitters like the EVO 3D and Epic 4G Touch, but it's certainly a step up from some cheap feature phones:

  • 3" display
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • 800 MHz processor
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Android 2.3
  • Sprint ID
  • 1490 mAH battery

It also includes an "Eco Mode," which appears to be custom software by Kyocera designed to help manage battery life - probably not much different from many apps in the Market that already do the same. The Milano will be available starting tomorrow for $50 on-contract, after a $50 rebate.

kyocera milano

Source: Sprint

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