Two Kyocera Phones Launch with MetroPCS
Today Kyocera announced the availability of both the Laylo and Domino from MetroPCS. The Laylo is a slider with a 1.3 megapixel camera, mirror and Bluetooth 2.0. The Domino is a candy-bar phone, also with Bluetooth 2.0. Both have WAP browsers and can run BREW-based apps that are available from MetroPCS. The Laylo costs $100 before rebates and the Domino costs $70 before rebates.
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