Sprint’s newest entry level Android phone, the Kyocera Milano, was originally released just two weeks ago on September 8th. Of course it didn’t get the huge fanfare that the “Android Community” gives a device like the Sprint Epic Touch 4G, but the Milano isn’t geared towards that group.
The Kyocera Milano, and phones like it, are geared towards customers that want a phone that does email, makes phones calls, texts and has apps. This is definitely one of those phones. It’s also a power house messaging phone with a full sized qwerty keyboard that slides out. The rest of the entry level specs include a 3 inch screen, 800mhz processor, 3.2 mega pixel camera and 512mb of RAM.
The upside to the Kyocera Milano is that it runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Naturally we hope all Android devices sell well, and that’s probably why Sprint has already planned on reducing the price of the Milano to just $29.99 which is $20 less than the $49 original price tag.
If you know someone looking to lightly make the switch to Android, this may be the phone to consider.