Other than the Milano, Kyocera has another phone that is available from Sprint, it is the Kyocera Brio that comes in the candy-bar form factor. It is aimed at families and entry-level text messaging fanatics with it’s candybar-style design, a full QWERTY keyboard and a 2.2-inch QVGA display with a 240×320 pixel resolution. Other entry-level specifications of the Kyocera Brio includes a 1.3-megapixel camera to share photos of fun times with friends plus it also comes with a WAP Mobile 2.0 Browser for surfing the web.
It measures 113.5mm x 60.2mm x 14.5mm (4.47in x 2.37in x 0.57in), and weighs 105g (3.70oz) which means its just the right weigh for your pocket, it supports Sprint’s Mobile Email Services and it has a 870mAh battery. The new Kyocera Brio is already available online as well as in retail stores for the cost of $49.99 after a rebate with a new two-year agreement.