Review: Kyocera Milano for Sprint
The Milano uses the the stock Android media player. It is bare bones, but it does get the job done. You can sort through your playlists, artists, albums, and songs easily enough, and album art comes through properly when tagged to the music. The media player can be sent to the background while you do other things such as browse the web.
There are no third-party music applications preinstalled, though they are easy to find in the Android Market.
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The Milano has minimal video play back features. Only the stock Android YouTube player is on board out of the box. You'll need to download third-party apps to handle side-loaded video content. The small screen, however, doesn't make the Milano the best playback device.
Hands-On: Kyocera Milano for Sprint
The Milano is the newest Android smartphone from Kyocera. It features a sideways sliding keyboard and a compact form factor, but it is more QMD than smartphone.
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