The slower processor, low-res screen, and diminutive feature list make for a slow phone that doesn't look great or offer much.

- Eric M. Zeman , Phone Scoop 

For a budget smartphone it runs fairly smooth and has a great keyboard for tapping out texts and emails.

- Brian K. , PhoneArena 

Specs summary

Screen
3"

The Kyocera Milano's screen is 3 inches with 240 x 320 pixels resolution.

Processor
800MHz

There is a Qualcomm MSM7627T 800 MHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system (OS).

Camera
3+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 3+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
512 MB

Internal memory is 512 MB. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
1490mAh

The phone is powered by a 1490 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Kyocera's performance ratings are 459 minutes talk time.


Prices (Where to Buy)


Kyocera Milano Prepaid Phone, Black (Kajeet)

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from eBay

  • Condition: New
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  • Contract: No
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  • Condition: New
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Contract: No
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from eBay

  • Condition: New
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Contract: No
  • Located in: USA


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A good voice phone, has good battery life, and a great keyboard for pecking out messages but it excels at little else

from Phone Scoop (4 years ago)

There are two basic selling points to the Kyocera Milano: 1. It costs just $29.99 on contract; and 2. It has a keyboard and Android. That's it, though.While the Milano is a good voice phone, has good battery life, and a great keyboard for pecking out messages, it excels at little else. The slower pr... More

There are two basic selling points to the Kyocera Milano: 1. It costs just $29.99 on contract; and 2. It has a keyboard and Android. That's it, though.

While the Milano is a good voice phone, has good battery life, and a great keyboard for pecking out messages, it excels at little else. The slower processor, low-res screen, and diminutive feature list make for a slow phone that doesn't look great or offer much.

This underpowered phone runs native apps poorly. Hardcore gaming apps? No way. The camera software has great features, but is slow and takes horrible images.

In the end, if you're looking for the most basic smartphone and don't plan to use it for much more than calling and messaging, the Milano could work out for you (but then so could a feature phone). If you want more from your device than the basics, I highly suggest you pony up a little bit more cash for a phone with a bit more horsepower. Sprint offers plenty for $99.99, several for $49.99, and even some for free.

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It's not a perfect phone by any means

from PhoneArena (4 years ago)

The Kyocera Milano is not a perfect phone by any means. For starters the screen is very poor by just about any standard, which is a big component of the user experience. The processor is a mere 800MHz and memory is just half a gig. All of that said, for a budget smartphone it runs fairly smooth and... More

The Kyocera Milano is not a perfect phone by any means. For starters the screen is very poor by just about any standard, which is a big component of the user experience. The processor is a mere 800MHz and memory is just half a gig. All of that said, for a budget smartphone it runs fairly smooth and has a great keyboard for tapping out texts and emails. Smartphones are no longer just for the sophisticated and the suits, and this phone is squarely aimed at the teens and tweens who want a bit more from their messaging device but don’t want to spend a lot of money.

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