Review: Kyocera Milano for Sprint
The Milano supports mono and stereo Bluetooth headsets. I had no trouble pairing with either. Sound quality through mono headphones was good, on par with the standard voice calls. Quality through stereo headphones was also good. It also connects with computers and/or other phones for pushing files around.Clock
The Milano offers the standard Android clock on the lock screen, which is visible when the device is first woken from sleep. It is a nice, large digital read out that's easily visible everywhere except under direct sunlight. It can't be customized, though.GPS
Google Maps is the only included option for mapping and navigation needs on the Milano. I enjoy Google Maps and think it does a great job of providing directions. The Milano's GPS unit was able to locate me fairly quickly and accurately, but Maps runs fairly slow on the Milano and I found it unreliable for real-time navigation in NJ as it just couldn't respond to the moving vehicle fast enough.
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