Sprint’s Kyocera Milano has been available for less than two weeks at this point, yet the Now Network is busy prepping the smartphone’s first ever price drop. Not that the Milano was expensive to begin with though. It launched with a price tag of $49.99 (with a new two-year contract naturally).
And starting on October 2, Sprint will give you a brand new Kyocera Milano if you agree to part with just $29.99 of your hard earned dough. In usual circumstances, a $20 price cut wouldn’t be much to celebrate, yet in this case the price has almost been halved. So if you like lower-midrange Android smartphones with physical side-sliding QWERTY keyboards, this one may just be for you.
The Kyocera Milano runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and has a 3-inch 240×320 touchscreen, Wi-Fi b/g/n, a 3.2 MP camera, 512 MB of RAM, GPS, Bluetooth, a 3.5 mm headset jack, and microSD card support (with a 2 GB card being preinstalled).
That’s certainly quite far off from the high-end of the Android smartphone range, but may be a perfect fit if you’re after your first smartphone.
Via Android Central
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