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Kyocera Entry Level Slider “Milano” Comes To Sprint September 9th

Well there you have it folks, Sprint is launching a phone September 9th and it’s not the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Samsung Galaxy S II will arrive at Sprint September 16th. What Sprint is getting is an entry level Android slider called the “Milano”.  No big magic show, no hocus pocus, no dual screen. However it does have a qwerty slider.

As Joe over at SprintFeed points out, people that want a phone that just does email, surfs the web and downloads apps, this is the ticket.

The Kyocera Milano looks to be a solid device for the entry level set.  Enthusiasts you’ll only have a week left to wait for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch once the Milano launches on the 9th.

Here are the specs:
Android 2.3 Ginerbread
3″ Touchscreen
2gb MicroSD card included, and of course supports up to 32gb microSD
800 mhz processor
512mb RAM/512mb ROM
1340 mah battery

This is also a 3G only device.  It will be in Sprint stores and retail partners next Friday!

source: Sprintfeed

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