Kyocera Oblique Revealed as Milano, Headed to Sprint

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A leaked Sprint ad shows off the carrier’s continuing relationship with Kyocera, which will bring Sprint a new Gingerbread-running Android early next month.

The Kyocera Milano is a QWERTY slider that we last visited as the Kyocera Oblique that made its FCC appearance a few weeks back with Sprint bands in tow. The hardware is nothing to get excited about, with an 800MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and 512MB of flash, but the price isn’t bad: about $50 on-contract.

Look for the Milano to have a compact three-inch display (no word on resolution, but our money’s on HVGA), Swype for if you don’t feel like whipping out the hardware keyboard, and a 2GB SD card. If you’re looking for 4G speeds, keep searching, for the Milano tops out with EV-DO 3G.

Just as we expected when the phone was called the Oblique, the Milano will arrive on September 9.

Source: Android Police

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