Kyocera Milano's price sliced to $29.99 after contract and rebate

Kyocera Milano's price sliced to $29.99 after contract and rebate
As we reported, the Kyocera Milano was just launched on September 8th. After less than 2 weeks on the market, a leaked Sprint internal document shows that the carrier is cutting the price of the phone by $20, down to a price of $29.99 after a signed 2-year contract and a $50 rebate. Before the latest price cut, the Milano was priced at $49.99 with a 2-year pact.

There is no confusing the Kyocera Milano with your typical high-end Android phone. The device is equipped with a 3 inch screen with resolution of 240 x 320 and is driven by Android 2.3. A side sliding QWERTY keyboard is aboard while a 3.2MP camera on the back captures video. Under the hood is a  single-core Qualcomm MSM7627T clocked at 800 MHz. 512MB of RAM is included along with a microSD slot for those who want to expand the storage on the device.

$29.99 is not bad at all for an Android 2.3 flavored device, but if Sprint keeps dropping the price it soon will cost less to buy the Milano handset than a package of Pepperidge Farms Milano cookies.

source: AndroidCentral
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