Review: Kyocera Milano for Sprint
The Milano uses the stock Google calling and contacts applications. From the home screen, press the phone icon and the dialer pops open. There is a large number pad in the middle of the screen, and there are four tabs along the top to access the call log, contacts and favorites. The Milano offers haptic feedback when you dial numbers on the touch display.
The Milano will import all of your Google and Exchange contacts if you have them. The basic Android contact app works well, and holds plenty of data about each contact, including up to four phone numbers, two email addresses, home address, work address, fax number, notes, etc.
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