Sprint has launched two new budget phones: Android 2.3 Gingerbread powered Kyocera Milano and the messaging-centric Kyocera Brio. Check out the more details about the official launch and availability of Kyocera Milano and Kyocera Brio.
The low-range spec’d Kyocera Milano handset runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, 3-inch display, 800MHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM, 1340mAh battery, 3MP camera and more. Check out the full specifications and price info of the Kyocera Milano Android smartphone here.
Kyocera Echo, the dual-screen Android Smartphone for Sprint has started receving the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update 2.002SP starting August 10. This is the second roll out of the update as the initial roll out was pulled immediately after the release upon complaints from the handset owners about the bugs in the update.
Sprint ‘s new software update 2.002SP roll out for the Kyocera Echo handset from August 1st, will bring the most-awaited Android 2.3 Gingerbread flavor, along with the other enhancements and bug fixes. Check out the download instruction for downloading the Gingerbread update on Kyocera Echo handset here.
Check out the features, full specifications, availability, and the price info of the Sprint branded PTT CDMA based Kyocera DurMax phone, which is having Direct Connect feature, internal & external displays, 3.2MP camera, microSD card slot, 1GB card in the box, 2.5mm audio jack, and much more.
Direct Connect featured Kyocera DuraCore rugged handset has got 2-inch internal and external displays, 3.12MP camera, 1GB card pre-installed, microSD card slot for memory expansion up to 32GB, and much more. Check out the remaining features, full specifications, availability, and the price info of the Kyocera DuraCore PTT CDMA handset here.